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skiselev81 140 posts  |  Last Activity: Dec 18, 2014 4:44 PM Member since: Aug 13, 2003
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  • Reply to

    The good thing about buy and hold on the $id

    by jml1968 Sep 26, 2014 2:09 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Sep 26, 2014 6:57 PM Flag

    you'll be "cost averaging" down to zero, when they announce BK. Cheers.

  • Reply to

    The good thing about buy and hold on the $id

    by jml1968 Sep 26, 2014 2:09 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Sep 26, 2014 9:00 PM Flag

    yes, debt is way too high, hence my point. Also, steel prices continue to be a problem. I wonder what happens to steel when graphene takes over and becomes commercialized in a few years. A whole industry will be gone, namely steel and iron.

  • Reply to

    I listen to P everyday for hours

    by gusthetrader Sep 26, 2014 12:31 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Sep 27, 2014 12:33 PM Flag

    Yahoo has a lot of other issues to worry about, streaming music is far from the top of their list. Especially with money-losing companies and extremely intense competition. Soon, you will see some of the lower tier players offering free streaming service with zero commercials in order to lure listeners away from the likes of P. That will, essentially, be the dead of P as a "going entity".

  • skiselev81 by skiselev81 Sep 29, 2014 1:42 PM Flag

    No one on the message boards, price crumbling, fundamentals deteriorating...man what pain owning this trash....

  • Reply to

    Graphene

    by michaelberlin29 Sep 23, 2014 8:33 AM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Sep 29, 2014 1:52 PM Flag

    yes, however, graphene won't be commercialized for another 7-10 years...we're too far away. This little graphite company may not even survive until that point...huge risk here as they're burning through cash like crazy and who knows if they can keep selling stock going forward like they have been recently...

  • skiselev81 skiselev81 Sep 29, 2014 3:39 PM Flag

    this week you will see their "target" moved to $100...its very simple to do that lol. LOL indeed btw! Nice little trap here for the short players...commodity camera company selling for over $11 BILLION???? Let's party like its 1999!!!!!!!

  • skiselev81 by skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 1:56 PM Flag

    And go to $0.50 and never come back...scams belong where they belong...off the exchanges.

  • skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    professional shorts in this name will not cover until $50 or less. These people, like, understand this non-sense very well and have seen it a million times throughout our careers. Peak multiple at peak earnings is the situation here. Both will compress very hard next year. Good luck on your "long" position, you might need it. Don't forget to beg Coke to "buy" this non-sense out.

  • Reply to

    ATRM going higher

    by mznjnetsoldtimer Aug 21, 2014 3:44 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 7:48 PM Flag

    how's that $11 bucks lookin'???

  • Reply to

    Shelf for $100 Mil.

    by choco_berg Aug 31, 2014 9:05 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 6, 2014 12:53 PM Flag

    why do you think they filed the shelf then? They must know they need to raise cash and dilute us. The market is telling you something is not right; while the uranium spot price is moving up, this trash is sinking into the gutter. You should know by now that the market is driven by insider trading, hence it is clear the "privileged ones" already know whats about to happen, and it does not look pretty for those of us sitting, taking a beating, and waiting for the "news" to come out...

  • skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 6, 2014 8:02 PM Flag

    over $15 BILLION market cap for $700 million in revenue, negative earnings and no cash flow for this fiscal year??? hahahahahhaahaha.....lets party like it's 1999!!!!!!!!!

  • Reply to

    About to break $1

    by skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 1:56 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 7, 2014 3:24 AM Flag

    sure sure...beverages sales up bla bla bla...how about we address the more important issue of the Company's financials being cooked for years?? I don't want to short anything and I'm not short this scam, i'm just #$%$ off that there is no protection for smaller investors like us from such fraudulent activities as the one in front of us...why are these scams allowed to trade on the US exchanges????? Leading to millions of $$$ transferred from unsuspecting American investors to Chinese scam artists...simply amazing. Where are the regulators and governing authorities that are supposed to oversee such non-sense??? Perhaps they are all on vacation, at the expense of American taxpayers....

  • Reply to

    New Estimates

    by southbuckeye Oct 7, 2014 10:52 AM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 7, 2014 2:28 PM Flag

    if you did not know this already, let me tell you how this works. take it for what it is, but this is coming from a former sell-side analyst on the Street, so I know how this game is played. The "analysts" that "cover" this stock are fully reliant on the management team basically dictating their paycheck. In other words, the analyst makes money when his brokerage either sells/buys the stock for clients (commissions), or their investment banking department makes revenue from secondaries, or any other capital raises. The analyst also takes the management team on the "roadshow", to see large institutional investors in their offices. The brokerage also gets paid for that either directly or indirectly through higher trading volume. Therefore, there is a complete conflict of interest, since these so-called "analysts" are working to help the management team create more wealth by pumping the stock as much as possible, and creating make-belief "research reports", in which they write beautiful fairy tale stories about the "growth prospects" or whatever else non-sense they make up to sell the story (which is what I did for years). So they work in tandem to, ultimately, rape the main street investors and lure them into buying this non-sense at peak valuations, so their institutional client base (from which they make direct commission revenue), can sell out their stakes (which they bought at trough valuations a few years ago) can get out and sell to the uneducated idiots that buy at the peak. That pretty much sums it up, any questions???

  • Reply to

    New Estimates

    by southbuckeye Oct 7, 2014 10:52 AM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 7, 2014 2:38 PM Flag

    oh yea, and to finish the point to answer your question. The reason estimates are so low is because all these so-called "analysts" are low-balling their estimates on purpose so these so-called estimates get blown out of the water when they report, and these "analysts" can publish notes the next morning with headlines "estimates blown away, business surging (when in reality yoy comps still DOWN) better than we expected, BUY the stock...upgrading to very strong super-duper buy and raising "target" to $400 roflmao!!! That's why the estimates are so low, as you point out....to create a so-called "blowout" quarter and lure more main street in so their institutional clients can sell out with huge profits...

  • Getting killed today...fate of SPU is shown to us, bagholders, through yet another scam with ticker ZOOM, haha! I love it!!!!

  • Reply to

    About to break $1

    by skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 1:56 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 7, 2014 3:41 PM Flag

    is that the code word for the insider's pockets??

  • Reply to

    New Estimates

    by southbuckeye Oct 7, 2014 10:52 AM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 7, 2014 9:00 PM Flag

    KO management is in a desperation mode, not sure if you fully understand what's going on there. Management's options are based on strike prices, which are almost where the stock is trading, hence worthless. They, the management, need to find new avenues of growth for the co. in order to make millions (as is the plan being part of management team for such a brand). However, the soft drink market is a dying breed globally. Their options are done unless they figure out a way to push new growth prospects and increase revenue. Therefore they, like headless chickens, are running around blindly "investing" into any drink category outside of soft drinks, anything they can grasp their fingers on. Same story was with MSFT a few years ago when all of their so-called "investments" ended up being written off their books (please read more to educate yourself on the history of MSFT mess-ups over the past decade). This is a similar situation: pure desperation. That's why the Monster "investment" and that is why this non-sensical "investment". KO management is clearly buddy buddy with Goldman (of course), so it makes sense that Goldman initiates on this junk with a BUY at peak valuations. I have not checked, but I would not be surprised if that Hong chick also covers KO (or one of her "analyst" buddies at GS does for sure). Anyway, do your dd before you get suckered into this new bubble....

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • And bye bye Nasdaq exchange....time to go to pink sheets and for the company to go dark...and oh yea, as predicted, $0.50 is on the way. Cheers!

  • Reply to

    About to break $1

    by skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 1:56 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 8, 2014 12:38 PM Flag

    to assume that business executives running a company do not understand anything about finance or accounting is absolutely absurd. The CFO got his degree in finance from Univ of Leicester in England. What do you think they were teaching him there??? How to chew on nuts and scratch his scrotum?? On top of that, he's been the CFO for a few other companies prior to SPU. Your idea of these people not knowing anything about finance is, unfortunately, absolutely absurd and holds no merit. From purely a logical standpoint, that is. However, you can believe whatever you want, as the price continues to collapse closer and closer to $0.

  • Reply to

    About to break $1

    by skiselev81 Oct 3, 2014 1:56 PM
    skiselev81 skiselev81 Oct 8, 2014 1:03 PM Flag

    "A CEO with no prior public business experience or education can be surrounded by tons of intelligence and talent but similar to our president, if you don't follow their suggestions, you have a a fiasco."

    H. K. Xue received a bachelor degree in business management from Lanzhou University of Finance and Economics in July 1995.

    Directly from their website...no education huh? Also, to say the the CFO is an "employee who takes care of books" is the biggest non-sense I've ever read. Are we talking about a mom and pop candy store here?? Or a publicly traded/listed Company with a supposed $100 MILLION in cash sitting in the bank?? I'm confused here perhaps...Let's be real, these guys have relationships with investment banks that consult them on everything related to their stock and all other financial matters...I used to work for a bank and know how this works very well...these people know very well about everything you have said...

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