Hmm, those investors didn't stick around very long, did they? If you are holding for .25 then you are waiting for MCET to be a billion dollar company. good luck with that!
Newmin is 76, they have 1.1 billion shares to issue. Newmin is the only employee to receive a salary of over $100K, they have two full time employees. You should be able to see the time line from that.
This was touted to be "the hugest news ever!". i am not sure how it could have been missed. Maybe it really doesn't mean anything after all? MCEt will stay active at least until they run out of shares to issue to suckers. I wonder how many shares have been added since the last count of 3.9 billion?
You are clearly new, there is nothing meaningful about MCET, just read the filings and watch out for pumping lies. Or don't, good luck!
I seriously doubt MCET has done anything illegal. You should sue yourself for being stupid enough to fall for it.
No patents, products or drugs. One meaningless application. MCET still has only one patent directly assigned to them. the rest of them, well, look carefully.
showing up today in my account as EPRS. Cost of $51.90, currently $9.71 on about 200 shares traded. I will watch today and just may pick up a few shares. its' only money.
No. Phase I starts with human administration.
hah! I am likely a bit higher than you. I am stupidly thinking that they have revenue, lots of insider ownership and positive results from their animal parkinson's trials. Could be a buck next year! I know, the brown acid is a killer, but it seems to help.
Oh, Newmin is not getting that rich, LaJolla is perhaps. The primary function of MCET over the past few years has been only to be listed. A fully reporting company, so that they can play their pumps and dumps. If you actually read the filings then you see that there is nothing there. I sure wish I could short MCET, I do not understand the reason it goes up, but I certainly know that when it does, it will surely come back down. Now that MCET is on the pinkies they don't have to report anything. I wonder what happened with the non-performance letter from Rutgers?