Actually Jane, I'm writing a book about people who can't spell . Lucky me, you've turned out to be an excellent specimen! My next topic will be people with no grammar skills and you've already got a head start on that list. Then, I'll look into people who can't answer simple questions. You're sure to get that listed started.
You know Janesixsevens, some well-meaning folks, like you, just don't know that they do more harm than good. Why do you think your insane rants help PLSB when they are a turn off for most rational people? Do you really think that your continual unsupported drivel actually attracts people to PLSB? I never said PLSB was a lemon: you did!
On further investigation, the SA report by Vineet Dutta was just a rehash of Goldman Small Cap's report of 2/5/13.
"The Fun Is Just Beginning -- The News Will Be Fast And Furious, From Here On Out" said Jane777777 on 10/30/13.
So, now it's next year?
Did you read point #3?.
With its exciting prospects, you'd think that the stock should be doing better. Yet, here it is at $0.69, less than 1/2 its high of $1.48. So, what's the problem?
In a word, CREDIBILITY
1. All of the glorious prognostications in the paid-for "research reports" may well eventually come true but, will they sell $30M this year as predicted in February? By July, Northland said $5.3M.
2. Baxter sold Pulse almost ten years ago (2004). The reasons may be valid but, there's been no explanation of why it has taken so long to get going?
3. Even its fans on this board have no real information to provide except rah-rah.
I expect that as only improving actual results get reported the stock will respond accordingly.
And, the Q3 report is due in 2 weeks.
In the meantime, don't look for much.
I have no idea if posters here know anything about PLSB but, given wooglin's very astute evaluation of "analyst following" limitations, I'll presume that if you're on this board it's because you have some real interest in this company.
Baxter sold Pulse on 8/27/04 -- over 9 years ago. Yet, the start-up seems to have been delayed until 2012.
With no perjorative intent, what took so long to get going?
It now looks like they are making real progress.
geart - I saw the SA report. Was looking for something more recent. Northland Securities might be following the company?
"Investors" is very misused term. Nobody but day-traders worry about daily price action. Instead, real investors hope for opportunities to add to their holdings at cheap prices over several years.
How come you guys are so lucky to get these wonderful buying opportunities? In a year you'll be rich and look like geniuses!