There are still wrinkles to keep at bay and foodstuffs. They shouldn't have squandered a Brazilian dollars on Moema, but they'll pull through. They're in a quiet period right now.(between conference calls)
Each year we get a year closer. The Foot Dragging Administration will do their job in their own sweet time. Perseverance and patience will eventually reward patient shareholders. Practice deep breathing, but don't hold your breath.
Everybody is running away ecause talking heads are warning of low oil prices to persist through 2015. With PWE's level of debt that kinda puts them in a bind. The Saudis can afford to pump cheap oil with an $800 billion cash reserve.
PWE might be better off growing marijuana for the next year or two and selling THC oil instead.
I can't bring myself to sell at such a huge loss, so like many I'm caught in the headlights hoping against hope that oil will rise enough before PWE has to cry uncle. For the lower and middle classes, these lower gas prices are a mini tax break for the masses. If it spurs more driving, maybe demand will take up the slack. I guess that peak oil thesis needs revising.
Yes, I think batteries are already pretty magical and will get more magical as they improve. I don't want to breathe toxic diesel or gas exhaust fumes or listen to they grumbling of noisy engines. Electric is the way to go.
From your fantasy to God's ears. It's not impossible, if FDA fast tracked it. We and God know it should come standard with every dialysis machine in existence and be first line of defense in any viral outbreak.
Maybe the Foot Dragging Administration will do the right thing for a change.
It's all there on their website. They're entering the 5th year on at least one of the ANDAs and by June and August, two more enter the 5th year since FDA submission. No telling how long the Foot Dragging Administration might take for final approvals. The company should grow marijuana while they're awaiting approval.
macroaxis, a website that gives odds of financial distress within the next year, gives SZYM a 68% chance of being in financial distress in the coming year.
Many of us were lulled by the Chief Obfuscation Officer and the rosy picture framing of Mr. Quon. Frank&laura, I wish I had your optimism, but the huge upside is not reflected by insider purchases yet.
Yes, they're making money, but they're not profitable. The market often forgives that as long as there's a lot of growth.
If any group should know about the huge upside it would be the insiders and they haven't stepped up yet. Brazil isn't a great place to do business, it ranks 120th on the business friendly list.
In the U.S. you have until the last business day of the year to sell and record a loss, which this year is the 31st, next Wednesday.
I used to think of Solazyme as the Apple of Algae, so maybe it's now like Apple in the past when it traded at the equivalent of today's prices. I'd be fine if it morphed into the Google of Algae too.
Algae has so many uses that Solazyme isn't even involved in yet. They could make lectins from algae that capture viruses and exosomes from cancers and provide them to supply the hemopurifiers that will one day be ubiquitous in treating infections, cancers and purifying transfusable blood.
If only an Elon Musk was running the show, the company might inspire more confidence.
Hopefully they can weather the current difficulties and find a way to profitability.
It got down to .34 in 2002, so anything is possible. With heavy debt, a devaluing currency, a tough business climate in Brazil and global weakness in growth, we have a perfect storm.
Try 15+ years. Aethlon Medical was founded in May 1998!
I tried that with Worldcom and it didn't work out so well. We may have to hold bake sales to keep it going. Of course we'll bake everything with algavia flour.
Tesla buyers don't worry about gas prices and the same with most electric car buyers. It's about sparing the air, less maintenance and saving the planet than saving money.
How can PWE hold even these levels if oil continues to drop and stayed dropped? A very challenging environment indeed. As tempted as I am to average down, I think I'll wait. I think they're foolish for not at least temporarily suspending the dividend until oil prices stabilize higher and they've substantially reduce debt further.