check out Bill Connors. He graduated from Princeton and earned a masters of business at Wharton. he built and sold the company Entrust. He was recently elected to the board of Inuvo!!!
Few pieces of positive information- Tocqueville management fund is a new shareholder with 1.9 million shares. They are a major fund. Insiders are buying. market cap is less than revenues and the company is profitable. Volume picking up-accumulation taking place. Peers have much higher market valuations. Their redirected business model is succeeding. Reasonable price 7-$10.
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i sold at 9.34 and made a hefty profit so if that makes me an idiot so be it. I guess in your loser world 32 million shares overhang at .84 is a non-issue. YOU ARE THE LOW LIFE MORON
don't have a link but if you go to nasdaq website and view s.e.c. filings it is under most recent 8k
I was long until I saw that and sold this morning at 9.34
Just for your own edification, it's you're not too bright, not your.
I guess bashing with facts suggests to you I am short. I am not short the stock. I just figured that novice investors should be informed by others who are not either blinded or paid promoters or just not educated,
Be careful what you misrepresent-it could be viewed as fraud. 6 months ending June 30th 2014 was per 10Q 8.5 million dollars in sales and a loss of 3.6 million. You revenues are off as is the profit. So either you don't know how to read a financial statement or you're clueless or just a promoter who doesn't care about facts. Fully diluted shares is 381 million.
If you go to the NASDAQ website and type in sltd information pops up. Look at the 10q's-quartely reports and then you will know why there are promoters in our midst. Tons of 10% convertible preferred, 87 million shares issued between .02 and ,10 and 300 million outstanding. The stock was beaten down after a reverse split so running it up to .20 wasn't hard with some promotion. But make no mistake, if you invested at .02 and could sell at .08-.20 wouldn't you as an investor in a pink sheet company?
Can sltd trade higher? Yes. Look at nvlx, which also used Marketwire to promote the stock. If promoters have enough of an interest they will pump up a stock.
I made the mistake of blindly buying this then I sold for a small loss. I was impressed with the ceo's credentials but then wondered why he would capitalize his company with so much dilution. The answer is he had no choice. So why did Sun agree to back into the shell with 300 million shares outstanding? That is the million dollar questions that only Sun insiders can answer. I'm sure there is an out clause in the agreement.
You clearly have some form of an agenda. Misleading investors and attacking a person with legitimate concerns and questions about the viability of the company unmasks your lack of integrity. So Sun sold their company to pink sheet penny stock company and they are profitable and doing 35 million in revenues for 1.2 million dollars and that makes sense to you? Have you read the contracts? Seen audited financials? Are you a promoter? Have you analyzed this alleged breakthrough technology or did you just watch the paid presentation online? One thing is for sure, those funding at .02 have already hit a grand slam at these levels.
Semprius, a Henderson North Carolina company that is private and has created 250 jobs has a technology that retains 35% more in energy. Let's see if they reverse merge into a penny stock shell.
I bought sltd and was actually high on i until I read the post of all the debentures at .01 and .02. I wondered why the company would dilute the shareholder to the extent that fully diluted there is something like 170 million shares outstanding. Why not do the raise at .10 and have 5 times less shares outstanding. I realize that funders dictate price and they actually short stocks to lower the offering price. So I guess it comes down to the company and its future. From what I can tell the acquisition was a good one but if that is all we have, a Northern California solar power company and a public company with a market cap far in excess of what sltd paid for the acquisition then the upside is limited. I guess it all comes down to the technology that they claim they are developing which increases a greater retention of the sun's rays. Any opinions?
600 million in revenues and losing a lot per share with a market cap of 6.7 billion. Let SLTD ramp up revenues and enter into a partnership and what are the guesses out there for price?