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wdb1 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 15, 2014 10:26 PM Member since: Jun 29, 1998
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    Only 17 bashing posts out of the last 20

    by zagendaizgud Aug 15, 2014 10:10 AM
    wdb1 wdb1 Aug 15, 2014 10:26 PM Flag

    Half of this country "takes issue with someone for having an opinion about something that is opposite of theirs". They're called Democrats (Although most could more accurately be described as Socialists).

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    How Low?

    by badbilly12 Aug 15, 2014 2:14 PM
    wdb1 wdb1 Aug 15, 2014 10:21 PM Flag

    Billy, I've noticed that, more and more, the press releases are touting the packaging which, of course, belongs to Brett, not Nanologix. That, along with the company refusing to post any financial information, is making me even more suspicious that sales aren't cutting it so the company is laying the ground work for the CEO's golden parachute (selling the packaging or rights to it). I hope I'm wrong in my suspicions but it's hard to fathom any other valid reason for such secrecy of the most basic of information normally shared with a company's shareholders; i.e., sales, revenue, profits.....

    Sentiment: Hold

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    "Supplied product" means what?

    by kjim27 Jun 5, 2014 4:11 PM

    Actually Omar, I didn't make a mistake. There is no rule dictating that something has to be more than one or two sentences to be a story. NNLX supplying product to NASA is a story. "Jack climbed up a beanstalk and killed a giant" is a story. Neither provides a lot of details but both are, never-the-less, stories.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    "Supplied product" means what?

    by kjim27 Jun 5, 2014 4:11 PM

    The volume was over 200,000 that day when it had been averaging about 10% of that. So, it probably reached a few more than 100 people... I think there are probably more than 100 of us on the e-mail list. Never-the-less, that was my point... That people saw "NASA" and got a little excited and bought. Then, realizing there really wasn't any information in the story, people started selling again and the price dropped back to the 10-12 cent range. When the full story follows (if it actually does), I agree it COULD have more of an impact but I wouldn't be so sure about that since we don't know what's in the full story. As I said, it could be VERY positive or it could be a nice fluff piece that earns the company PR points but not much else (i.e., if they're donating the kits for testing - no revenue). On the other hand, one might assume that, if they can now afford to DONATE kits, maybe they're selling enough of them to someone else and that would certainly be a good thing.

    Sentiment: Hold

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    "Supplied product" means what?

    by kjim27 Jun 5, 2014 4:11 PM
    wdb1 wdb1 Jun 5, 2014 10:37 PM Flag

    I suspect that's why the price went back down today. It went up yesterday when people saw NASA in the headlines. But, on reflection, it was pretty clear that there was really no information in the story... We don't even know if "supplied" means sold to or gave to. Don't get me wrong, I think "supplying to NASA" is, at the very least, good PR. But, in terms of revenue or ultimate benefit to the company, the article told us virtually nothing except that there will, allegedly, be some sort of follow-up story. Hopefully that story will actually come and, hopefully, it will provide insight into revenue or potential benefit to NNLX resulting from supplying their product to NASA beyond a 1 day PR story.

    Sentiment: Hold

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