Don't forget the siphoning off of profits to way overpaid management.
I don't think they're going bankrupt though. Copper will be in high demand with the massive electrification of transportation that is underway.
Based on management's non-responsiveness to the situation, I can only surmise that they have no hope or intention of ever marketing the hemopurifier. Why else would they not care that the "hemopurifier" name has been infringing for the last 5 years? My understanding is that if a company makes no effort to protect a trademark over a long enough period, they can lose it.
Perhaps the goal is to get the device approved and then gift it to the world, much like Salk's polio vaccine. I just didn't realize in the beginning that I was donating to a non-profit organization.
The important thing is that one day it gets approved and can help save lives.
Every time I post about the hemopurifier veb cite it never shows up. I keep trying to draw attention to it because it's a wrong that Aethlon has never made right.
Here's hoping this one sticks.
Aethlon is Mom & Pop minus any pop in stock price. We need a celebrity spokesperson/lobbyist. An anti-viral, exosome capturing device like this should have gone viral and be in wide demand. Instead it languishes languidly in a lagoon of losses.
They appeal. If they lose on appeal, they pay up and do an inversion and domocile in the Caymans or somewhere more friendly. Losing on the tax bill is already priced in to the stock as far as I'm concerned.
Unfortunately it drags on for a couple of years.
I agree, if you're talking about August 2020. By then the FDA will have approved a few of their generics, maybe even Rexista.
They should probably focus a lot more effort on Rexista. It may end up getting approved before anymore generics do.
Generics are second class citizens of the FDA. They just don't have the womanpower that is so sorely needed.
Sure does. And the Real could drop more than it has already too. I heard a talking head say they needed to clean up corruption, not to mention the bureaucratic morass that is part of the cost of doing business in an unfriendly business environnment.
Steel yourselves as they iron out their troubles with concrete solutions. Puns intended.
The knife is falling once again. The worldwide recession is not helping. We need a worldwide infrastructure repair. Put people to work and fix our crumbling infrastructures. Go Bernie.
I'm still breathing the hopium. If the algae can be coaxed and cajoled into doing our bidding, then I support the effort to get us there. It's a worthy pursuit. There's a learning curve and hopefully we don't go broke before we learn and implement all that's needed to succeed.
The only thing I find discouraging is that insiders aren't putting their money where the algae is, nor is the company buying back shares because they feel it's undervalued. Of course they need the money just to keep things going and perhaps to fendoff some of the lawsuits.
It seems that it might be worthwhile to get your tau proteins scooped up by the hemopurifier before they get tangled up in the brain. Make it standard treatment post concussion.
Didn't Mr. Joyce play football in the NFL?
A lot of folks who might not otherwise buy iPhones outright will go for this and others who just want the latest greatest with security of Apple-Care and no hassle having to sell their phone when every new one comes along.
They've come up with manufacturing processes that use much less silver and in some cases no silver in the panels. I don't know how soon these panels will materialize on a large scale though.
Excerpt from MarketWatch: "Adesto, which makes memory products for Internet of Things applications, said its revenue hit $49.7 million and $41.5 million in 2013 and 2014, respectively, and it reached a net loss of $8.2 million and $8.9 million in those years. Its revenue decreased to $20.3 million and its net loss to $4 million in the six months ended June 30."
Looks like their revenue is on the decrease. So, TINY might be wise to cash out most of their investment.
I suspect that many vegans more often tend to look for organic ingredients which the formulators don't seem to be offering at this point.
They've never turned a profit and every investor here is praying they make it. We're the faithful.
They're very transparent about their ingredients. It's a weird choice of product name, but many probably don't know about the 1973 movie Soylent Green. I would like to see more organic ingredients.
I would think that Solazyme could come up with a formulation of their own. Perhaps call it Soylazyme. ;-)