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swarmshepherd 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 28, 2014 6:59 PM Member since: Apr 30, 2013
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    by capntrps Aug 28, 2014 11:55 AM
    swarmshepherd swarmshepherd Aug 28, 2014 6:59 PM Flag

    First of all this deal replaces previous. Its over 3 years so takes company farther. Second it is the best form of financing for a company in the position of LQMT. Better than Debt for everybody and a much better sign. That Aspire researched this company / this segment / talked to management and did their dd to invest 30 Million is a GOOD sign. (Compare to trying to learn from the half baked no-knowledge-base here :)

    If we trust management & believe the potential is real then this is a GOOD & positive development, if we don't, well..... then what are you doing here?


    Sentiment: Buy

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    SEC From 4 just posted

    by darth_trader_92660 Jun 23, 2014 10:49 AM
    swarmshepherd swarmshepherd Jun 26, 2014 8:31 PM Flag


    when I go to OTC board and count down a few buttons I see "Short Sales" for LQMT,
    they are listed for Jun 13, 2014 at 547,125 shares - not much.

    fyi - I don't know or care or think you are short, but if you are really going to continue to try and play the "resident expert" role here, you oughta have your really basic facts straight?

    Somebody I know that is doing all his own basic research, modeling different scenarios, and getting down first hand to the financial nuts and bolts and details of patents and such - and he has become more and more excited, not less over the last weeks. Whereas you insist that there is no money to be made from AAPL he has concluded that AAPL would have to at least buy the material from Materion and there for would be paying LQMT some sort of royalty that way. You claim the opposite. I'd like to 100% get to the bottom of this one.

    And :) BTW I looked up that Mercedes model - it looks alot like the one my dentist drives - why not? Seems to me to reflect SOLID GOOD TASTE and appreciation for Excellent World Class Engineering. Would not want him picking up Engel executives at airport in an old pickup truck? :)


  • to long term investors.

    But perhaps exactly the right message if we realize that everything is only now coming together in one place under their control....

    Of course would have liked a 'sugar drenched energy drink of apple using lq for blah blah' announcement to, but I think the '28 lessons' had to be learned from and longer term adjustments made. That's what has been happening and the company is in good enough financial shape to make things happen, NOT looking for more money / dilution.

    So investors for investors that have been with this company looking for a quick fix ( like the last individual to ask a question :) ) are not going to be over-thrilled (as in didn't I hear this a year ago?) but for newer and potential investors the message may sit about right.

    I'm okay with it, it reflects what they believed already many months ago. Its basic, and it seems right that having more control (w/o wisser) and everything demonstrable under a single roof... this seems like REAL progress to me, not the re-assignment of focus on some new holy grail....


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    by hecknutson Aug 8, 2014 11:33 AM
    swarmshepherd swarmshepherd Aug 8, 2014 4:55 PM Flag

    very interesting. rather a dated event (July 9). but rather what one might expect some fine day? bought shares without knowing for sure if it was liquid metal (?). 'beautiful' deception or great news, not sure, but either way an interesting change to the usual postings on this board imho :)

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    Apple logo from LiquidMetal

    by bob10697 Aug 24, 2014 8:47 PM
    swarmshepherd swarmshepherd Aug 25, 2014 8:46 AM Flag

    Hey, not sure how this is supposed to all fit, but INJECTED MOLDED labels seem to me to make very little sense. No sense from handling perspective at all from the problems of ejecting, the problem of handling down stream, the problems/costs of production just all seem wrong. Any real quantity of labels, again, as far as I can think, will need to be handled as an inline process which seems 'wrong' for amorphous materials - I doubt the material can be "stamped out" of a rolling sheet.

    Overall, of all the applications I've heard of, making labels seems the weakest and most illogical. Maybe even a tad phony? Would love to hear otherwise from somebody that thinks they know something.... my industrial background in plastics and metals is dated for sure.

    Don't get me wrong! I'm a believer in the potential of the material, and hope that Dental / Defense / Aerospace are only the beginnings, and would also love a "home-run" by way of Apple in near future, but it seems much more likely to me that there will be a nice, trickle at first, stream of applications that replace highly tooled parts with injected molded parts. As the price of the material comes down, and as expertise grows, as sales efforts and "the word" spreads by way real parts doing a superior job this grow and grow.... all getting set up to start soon.

    ...and that's plenty good enough for me !


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