" LQMT is of course a gamble. No one should have money invested in this who is worried about losing it. When I go on vacation I spend money I don't need otherwise I wouldn't be on vacation." So you are on vacation and gambling, which is why so many insiders make money. Why don't you post on a vacationsareus type of message board. This is a stock investment board. Would you be shocked to learn that you could have invested here with the odds in your favor of not losing one dime? That is how a few people but not you, do it.
IN any event, you are too young (if only at heart) to lecture. Best of luck.
bard, you might want to read up a little on your Michael Lewis, who explains the difference between gambling at the casino and investing in stocks.
What happened to the $1million+ Chinese money? Seems like if it went anywhere, it went to REGRF, not RGUS. How does that make you RGUS retail holders feel? Well, if there are only two or three of you left, and insiders can shift the money between the interlocking entities, guess which shell will be pea be under? This is a hoot.
Darth, even if Visser sells its shares, it still has rights to the IP prior to the settlement agreement and can compete with LQMT, much like Apple, that has no shares but rights to the CE IP. Do I understand that correctly?,
Even with all the news in recent months, this is still trading under the R/S adjusted price. The big buyers did not come aboard as expected, because there is nothing here to support more value than pre R/S price.....but the much higher downside is a gift to any shorts that decide to take this on and blow away the retail longs (that post here). Insiders do not share your fate. They can always issue themselves more subscription rights. They will not issue them to you. Hi Jham. So I guess you are an insider.
Well let's see, still under water from the reverse split. What happened to all the major investors, even institutional, this was supposed to attract? I know, they are buying in tiny amounts over time, so as to keep the price down. Boy, do I feel dumb, I should have known that was the reason. LOL.
No matter what they do near term, short of a miracle, they cannot outrun the accumulated losses and the half billion and growing share count, rendering reverse splits and even more dilution a near certainty. 1 or 2 Engels and no major contracts is the exclamation point. Longs are in for more punishment, who cares what happens to penny stock day traders (they never lose money), insiders get all their shares replenished either way.
If you are long and in the hole now, just wait. It gets worse. JMHO.
Oh for Pete's sake, you really think that arrowheads are the way to the future for this company? Stone age
nonsense. The application for medical, electronics, space, anything but neandrothal cr##. Please.
More news out today and the shareprice stays well below the R/S price. This was not the mouse that roared.
Steve: Because by the time they get through the sequences of dilution and reverse splits, the hole they dig will make your ownership in the company so tiny you will never see daylight. Be sure and average down while you are at it..........lol.
"the manufacturing goes back to liquid metal" Nonsense. There is no obligation for Apple to use LQMT
for manufacturing, complete fabrication by whoever posted it.
Darth: Especially a tactical knife, will eventually lose its edge through hard usage. I guess it would have to be ground on special machinery? Can it even be sharpened, or does it have to be replaced? Just wondering how practical it is for this application, presumably the order would imply there is an answer to that.
As predicted, underwater again from the R/S price, and on the way down from there. What is there to stop it other than the usual occasional "news" pump, then more dilution and insider deals. Way too early to come in here long unless your priority is a zero cost basis.........opportunity may be in the works here. watch carefully.
solracp26 "get to a zero cost basis on volatility" ..and that's what exactly" In simple terms, early biotechs are highly volatile so you buy in low and when the price doubles you sell half of your shares, and create a zero cost basis so you don't have to worry about taking a loss when things are bouncing around again. In other words, you are playing with "house money". That should be the first priority here in my view. I currently have a zero cost basis, might sell some at $.40 but not all, I will just hold to see where it ends up. So I am long, but
really can't really lose since my money is off the table. Looking at it another way, I am playing with your money,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Of course, you blame it on shorting. Sorry, you missed yet again. Look at my posts, I have called this time and again (well give me 90%, you guys not so much). It is not about shorting. It is what to expect and how to buy long,
get to a zero cost basis on volatility, then sleep at night when the traders/wannabes/and groupies are having schizophrenia. Best of luck.
solracp25.........uhm, well, how did this pump work out for you? "It touched 4.24 (pre R/S equiv) and 200 DMA ...expect a bounce from here. Warrants/shorts exhausted"
What if the tactical knife shatters? Is anyone conversant enough with liquid metal to know for sure it will deliver a superior product?