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smallercap 21 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 18, 2014 3:08 PM Member since: Aug 14, 1998
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  • Reply to

    NOL value ?

    by mn1819 Aug 18, 2014 11:45 AM
    smallercap smallercap Aug 18, 2014 3:08 PM Flag

    because of the scorched earth policy employed by the companies they are trying to license, along with Obama's sympathy's to there cause. Patent law is a wont be easy!

  • Reply to

    rochester democrat and chronicle

    by hubby_14508 Aug 7, 2014 6:49 PM
    smallercap smallercap Aug 7, 2014 7:30 PM Flag

    Before the year’s end, UniPixel Inc. expects its much-delayed touchscreen sensor effort with Eastman Kodak Co. will be up and running.

    “We’re definitely on the right track,” Jeff Hawthorne, CEO of Texas-based UniPixel, told Wall Street analysts in a conference call Thursday.

    Kodak has two separate partnerships with outside companies looking to print touchscreen sensor films — Rochester-based Kingsbury Corp. and UniPixel. UniPixel and Kodak announced the joint effort in 2013, and had expected at the time to be up and running by end of that year. But the project, which includes a joint Kingsbury/Kodak plant at Eastman Business Park with Kodak engineers providing some technical expertise, has been plagued with delays.

    Hawthorne said that UniPixel is in the final stages of work before being able to turn out significant volumes of its InTouch film. In June, the company said it had moved from producing such films in its lab to testing out its full roll-to-roll manufacturing process. The plating work is done in Texas, with the printing, final testing and packaging done in Rochester. Hawthorne said the pilot plating technology is being moved to Rochester.

    “The second quarter was a pivotal quarter for us,” Hawthorne said, adding that the Rochester line is now turning out “appreciable quantities of sensors” for customer testing.

    The company has sent numerous samples to one computer tablet company for its review, Hawthorne said. And in recent weeks, it has shown samples from the pilot line to a number of touch module suppliers and equipment makers in Asia, he said: “All have requested InTouch samples.”

    Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke said earlier this week he expects to see “tens of millions” of dollars worth of sales this year from its touchscreen sensor film work. He did not say whether it would come from both UniPixel and Kingsbury efforts.

    Such sensors come under the umbrella of Kodak’s functional printing business arm, that being one of the area’s of business the company has

  • We are approaching 2 years and 20/sh in restatement expense! That would of made a fine dividend. Good lord someone's head should roll, at the very least!

  • smallercap smallercap Jul 23, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    yup trapped like rats with the stock at all time lows and up 99.9% staying short. Yup we are really in harms way...pathetic fool!

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 26, 2014 6:18 PM Flag

    you dumb fool. The shorts are not to blame for your losses.Your CEO, executive officers, and esteemed board of directors are your enemy. Short sellers were the red flag you chose to ignore.And the fact that your dumb enough enough to invest in these characters and then blame the shorts speaks of your ignorance! "support the company" ...stick to delivering your pizzas before you loose all the money mommy gave you.

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 22, 2014 10:29 PM Flag

    Ignorant fool, perhaps you should read the 2013 annual report instead of posting your nonsense 24/7. Maybe do a little due diligence. Hanover was just a small part of there debt, even paid out via massive dilution, the company is still insolvent. Shareholder deficit is north of 200 million, revenue is negligible, and horrific losses as far as one can see. And there are dumb day traders like you..... lazy, ignorant, degenerate, gambling fools, that rely on the greater fool theory to make a buck. You pile in a crooked Bermuda based Greek shipping company of all things, and then blame short sellers for your ignorance and incompetence.. Go F yourself you worthless pos. You and your criminal shipping company both! Losers tend to find each other.

  • Reply to

    ****This is Why Nasdaq Halted trading *****

    by jamesonpetry Jun 20, 2014 7:52 AM
    smallercap smallercap Jun 20, 2014 8:48 AM Flag

    Then you woke up and faced the reality that the company you own is run by by charlatans/cons, is very much insolvent and may never again trade on the NASDAQ. Getting other DUMBS to see it your way wont change the spot your in!

  • Reply to

    NEWL is like 00 on the roulette table

    by alien_cadavers Jun 19, 2014 6:26 PM
    smallercap smallercap Jun 19, 2014 6:35 PM Flag

    don't kid yourself. Made good money shorting this toxic junk. Now the party appears to be over. Shorts cleaned up on this nonsense big-time, and we are even more #$%$ then the DUMBS, now that NASDAQ intervened in this cash cow. The greatest short I have ever seen....not even close. We may never see such a bird again.

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 17, 2014 10:25 PM Flag

    you have a better chance of meeting god! Your share count is up 12 fold since the last spike and rising fast But Ill double my short position on any meaningful spike, so by all means bring it on. I sleep very well shorting the very worst, most toxic, most shareholder destructive businesses on the planet! Thanks for asking ..dumb day traders blaming short sellers for there incompetence is a riot! Stick to your pizza deliveries!

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 3, 2014 10:26 PM Flag

    the very best short there ever was. Unlike most shorts, newl is the short that keeps giving and keeps going, it never seems to end! its a unique bird of which we may never see again.

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 3, 2014 10:20 PM Flag

    are you kidding me. Never has a short seller had such sure thing. Its like printing money over and over and over. We just ignore the noise and the urge to cover...learn to appreciate the bounces, and dread the day it ends,via delisting, or bankruptcy. My only gripe is with the wire houses charging like loan sharks for stock loans. I mean E trade is at 60% interest for short shares. That is just crazy and tells you all you need to know as to how this ends, and the demand for shares to short!

  • Reply to

    NEWL is unlike anything else on the Nasdaq

    by smithts777 May 31, 2014 3:27 AM
    smallercap smallercap Jun 1, 2014 6:36 PM Flag

    We assign no value to the equity in this in zero value. Your issue is not with the shorts I assure you, but with the pile of rubble you invested in. You own stock in a company that the Devil himself would be proud of. All the ingredients are there from Greece to Bermuda to the mob, fraudsters, insolvency, boiler rooms, #$%$, zero transparency, lawsuits, 20 years of losses and equity destruction of epic proportions, etc etc, and of course a 200 million deficit in shareholder equity. Nice work you dumb day trader. Point your finger up your behind, not at the shorts.

  • Reply to

    NEWL is unlike anything else on the Nasdaq

    by smithts777 May 31, 2014 3:27 AM
    smallercap smallercap May 31, 2014 4:57 PM Flag

    Don't ever feel bad for them! If they want to trade as a substitute for gambling and treat the stock market like a casino, they get what they deserve. By all means! And I'm always there at the other end, making money on the degenerate fools! Plug, Ballard, Organovo, newl and every piece of junk there is! I make no apologies for making money on these idiots! There ignorance and arrogance is extraordinary, and it is only rational and just that they loose money playing fast and loose!

  • Reply to

    IM scamming shorts

    by rchites May 30, 2014 9:02 AM
    smallercap smallercap May 30, 2014 9:27 AM Flag

    thanks for your concern but i think ill stay short. The equity has no value under any scenario. Your only hope in the short term is the greater fool theory of investing..that there are even dumber speculators than you that pile in these toxic stocks. I'm here for the long term, where the economics dictate the outcome.

  • smallercap by smallercap May 23, 2014 11:00 AM Flag

    and back too pennies like always. Scam stock fools!

  • Reply to

    Lots up potential here

    by expert_picks May 22, 2014 12:24 PM
    smallercap smallercap May 23, 2014 9:28 AM Flag

    obviously you don't do your homework. TA stockholders sued there landlord..and won in court. The original terms of the leases would have bankrupted TA by now. There is a huge conflict of interest here and should know what going on when making an investment. I own the stock...but as long as Barry P and there tenant slave situation exists, it is a trading stock for me.

  • Reply to

    I wonder if someone heard a whisper on the ER

    by hardbod775 May 22, 2014 2:53 PM
    smallercap smallercap May 22, 2014 10:30 PM Flag

    A lot of micro and small caps are getting bid up. Not sure if that's a good thing, but its where i invest. Wall street pros do not like seeing it.....

  • Reply to

    Lots up potential here

    by expert_picks May 22, 2014 12:24 PM
    smallercap smallercap May 22, 2014 10:24 PM Flag

    they don't own all those sites Mr wizard, they lease them, at less than friendly rates! Do some dd, and you would understand why wall street has much disdain for there situation, thus the low valuation.

  • Reply to

    VP Malhotra buys 100,00 shares @ $2.14

    by pickbud May 22, 2014 4:58 PM
    smallercap smallercap May 22, 2014 9:52 PM Flag

    was that your 1500 bid at 2.17ah that kept changing?

  • Reply to

    short sellers extend a word you of gratitude

    by smallercap May 21, 2014 9:53 PM
    smallercap smallercap May 21, 2014 10:58 PM Flag

    If God did or does exist, and there is NO evidence to that whatsoever, HE would be on the side of the shorts I would think. NEWL's demise is both rational and just in every way. They are in the business of financial engineering...the business of selling stock. I am just surprised they have lasted as long as they have. At some point........ good riddens to NEWL, your grave has been dug so jump in!

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