I sold out my long position, so take it as a buy signal.;-)
I don't like that the Canadian government wants 100's of millions of dollars from them. It's probably a couple of years away before we get a decision, but it's a risk I don't want. I'd rather just buy silver at this point.
Good luck to the faithful.
Thanks kazansky. I wanted to hear that CRA was way off base and had no case, but you might very right.
CRA tells them they owe hundreds of millions and they say no, we followed the law. Is it really so subject to interpretation and misunderstanding? I don't see any knowledgable disinterested parties weighing in with opinions on how this plays out. If SLW has to cough up what CRA says they do, then the sue happy lawyers will surely pile on. Why did it take CRA years to notice? It's highly suspect.
Actually, it's more like 43.31% chance of bankruptcy as of now according to folks that actually gauge these things. You're off by a very wide margin. Eventually societies have to rebuild/repair deteriorating infrastructure and the likes of SID will recover.
That'd be cool. Then only about another 3 year wait for FDA to make their decision. Time to overdose on more shares.
I'm scaling in with very small buys, not pre-market. I think the negativity is overdone, but may persist. Of course once the numbers are out, if they're good, they'll say it's unsustainable. Eventually someday, they might be right.
It means more electric cars are being sold and some day in the future there will be more electrics than ICE vehicles being sold.
Macroaxis rates it a 'hold' at the moment with a 55% chance of bankruptcy in the next two years. I would like to see a much less greedy management and a divestment away from oil/gas.
Thanks. It came up when I typed in "follow your heart" and nothing else. I used to use Follow Your Heart's "Grapeseed Vegenaise" which was wonderful. But alas, I've decided not to eat ANY added oils unless they're part of the whole food.
It's unfortunate that algae doesn't have any positive sounding synonyms. I mentioned "Thrive" cooking oil to a friend and she responded with a "yech" when I told her it was made from algae. It can be challenging to overcome peoples' mindsets. Algae is actually quite beautiful.
I don't see it on Amazon. I think they should change the recipe and substitute the carageenan ingredient with one acceptable to folks with IBS. I don't have IBS, but I avoid products that have carageenan.
If you can put that much money at risk, I'd say you're already wealthy, even if you bought it all at 50 cents.
I have, and I imagine I'm not alone. It's just too hit and miss as to whether it will work or not. In my case mostly not. I don't want to be the guy holding up the line. Back to the old card method for me.