I was under the impression that they were no longer sharing the employee information, such as operations manager, but were continuing to list exectuives/directors and SAB members.
TD Ameritrade also shows that on the "Stock Info" page they are in the millions, but when you pull up the Level II it shows the correct numbers. For some reason or another they are adding zeroes.
One question that I have is if anyone has access the the M-22 guidelines. More specifically, what is a 'lot'?
"Representative samples of this lot were tested and found to meet or exceed the performance criteria in the NanoLogix
Quality Control Manual (NQCM) and the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) performance standards in
document M-22, “Quality Control for Commercially Prepared Microbiological Culture Media” when applicable."
What a change in tone! You get the facts about the revenue growth and then completely switch directions.
Maybe it "doesn't suit your paradigm" after all?
You are not sure of my point because I was not making one--I was answering fanboy's question on how much revenue growth has occurred.
And I did not make a growth trend, I just calculated what revenue growth was over a 5 year period, as fanboy had asked for. 200% growth from here would be $192,000 anyways.
That is an important question. Lets see:
2007 YE Revenue: ~$21,000
2012 Through Q3 Revenue: ~$64,000
5 year revenue growth: ~200%+
Search: "War Against Superbugs Likely Unwinnable: Doctors"
Quotes from WHO and a Dr. Arias From UTHSC.
State that accurate detection would help prevent over consumption of antibiotics--seems right up our alley.
I do not see why this is getting "thumbs down." What this shows to me is progress and follow through with a business trip(which a lot of people were complaining about the spending). This seems like good news/progress to me.
About Advanced: [Advanced] serves an audience [of over 56,000] bench technologists, chief technologists, cytotechnologists, generalists, histotechnologists, laboratory directors/managers, laboratory section heads, medical laboratory scientists, medical laboratory technicians, blood specialists, educators and others in the medical laboratory field.
Seems like marketing to me!
They are at ASM through today. We found out the publication was released on Saturday. It is perfectly reasonable to wait until the end of ASM to release any news/PR.
PDE I agree that a company that is experiencing growth should be awarded a much higher P/E multiple--see GMCR, AMZN, GOOG, AAPL, etc...
Also, am completely on the same page as you are on the price of NNLX in the future. Any reasonable long who saw the updates to the "facilities" page late last week and the update late last night should be chomping at the bit to buy more shares. We now have evidence for the sales that everyone--rightfully--has been begging for. We also have the ASM next week that we will be stationed next to Battelle at. To get out now seems like a very foolish mistake to me--but I will gladly take their shares.
"After shipping tens of thousands of plates, NanoLogix has been told by customers that not a single plate has broken."
That single sentence contains a lot of very good news for shareholders.
Also, interesting that they used Anthrax as the test subject when they will be presenting at the ASM in a week.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Sounds good to me! It seems like they are updating the website a lot this past week. Maybe they are getting the website updated for new traffic-- Perhaps this is the week that we get our PR/update/financials?
BS? Why on earth would a cash-strapped company(which you have certainly made clear that you know that it is) order 105,000 empty plates(I am going to guess that is at least $25-50K) that will just sit there?
You can not possibly believe that...
After the updated caption it seems as if my math was a lot closer than yours. A guess just shy of 100k and they post that they have 105,000 plates. For TSA that would be $105k, for BNP that would be $1.05MM.
Though, we have since learned that the picture was taken yesterday, which would make these Q1.
I don't think anyone was grasping at straws. Last night when the picture was posted this caption was not present. Either way, you don't order 105,000 empty plates without a sale in place or a very strong suspicion that you will receive orders.