What part of "low volume" and "bid / ask range" don't you understand?
This company is BROKE! Check their latest financials, they're burning cash when they should be building sales and brand recognition. They can't advertise because the don't have an advertising budget. These "agreements" don't mean squat. PLSB is hardly generating any sales from the 20,000 outlets they already have -- I did the math on this last year. Check the case count vs. the number of stores. Stay away from this crap, learn how to play blackjack, the odds of winning are way better than this thing.
Hey, Baldy is back! The dilution you were talking about back then had to do with the existing warrants, this is a whole new finance deal. Either way its a moot point -- they're out of money. Yates keeps yammering on about Mexico but he can't afford to do one iota of advertising here in the U.S. They've had two years to get this product off the ground and it ain't sellin'! There's no brand presence. Look at their stupid coconut water campaign; do you realize how many ESTABLISHED brands are already out their competing for shelve space? I counted eight about six months ago.
I gave PLSB some time to stumble and run but there was no follow-thru on sales from 2013 into 2014, that killed it for me. Bailed out back when they were still trading around 42-cents. It was just a gamble but that's the LAST time I ever throw money at this junk -- could've done better at the blackjack tables. Should have paid closer attention to that reverse merger with Darlington mines, big red flag waving in my face, kinda ignored it. Stocks that go public using this method are always scams. Oh well, at least the cap loss proved useful at tax time.
Another red flag was Gates suspect background; I didn't realize just how dodgy this guy was until after getting into the stock. Was really looking for another pump & dump move but it never happened. Even the pumpers abandoned this POS. All the other cheerleaders have dumped & left the board. A few of them (like your sweetheart Jane) still post on Investor's Hub
Wow, can't you just feel the electricity crackling in the air over latest announcement about finding a big distributor in Mexico? Let's see -- yup -- a whopping 18,000 shares traded today. The train is leaving the station, folks -- ALL ABOARD! CHUGGA-chugga-chugga, CHUGGA-chugga-chugga --- woo-hoooooo!
Distribution deals do not automatically imply sales.
Jane, Jane, Jane, where ar-r-r-r-r-r-e yooooooo??? You've been conspicuously absent of late. Don't tell me you've sold out and left us? Am I the only one posting on this board? Don't force me to start responding to my own messages, things could get really nasty as I suffer from multiple-personality disorder.
First lesson on spamming a stock: use the correct symbol! It's MINE, not $MINE. Not that it makes any difference, even a non-existant company makes more money than this one, LOL,LOL!!!!!!! This is what PLSB is going to look like by the end of the year.
This "stock" has no listed market cap, and nearly a FOUR BILLION share float. You'd get a better payout from a slot machine at your local indian casino. Go back to spammer school and take notes so you won't forget.
Thanks for writing, though. Hardly anyone posts here anymore, even Jane has given up trying to pump poor poor PDS. Hey guys, let's have a contest to see who comes up with the best new beverage ideas to submit to Pulse, you know, to help boost sales! I'll get the ball rolling with some of my favorites:
Fruit & dairy drinks:
Yellow Snow Lemonade
Road Kill Root Beer
Fur Ball Berry
Mystery Milk (currently not FDA approved)
Tossed Cookies Chocolate Surprise
Curdled Milk Limeade Blaster
Unique adult functional drinks:
Standin' Tall (special ED formulation just for men)
Not-Tonight-Sailor-That-Ship-Has-Sailed (special formulation for women)
Are-You-Finished-Yet? Frozen Coffee Blend (for men or women, but mostly women).
Come on gang, throw some ideas out there, lets all get behind Pulse Bev and push!
Curious as to what's so magical about $5.00? PDS hit the $5 mark four times over the past month, did you add to your position on any of those occasions? Traded in the $5.00 - $5.25 area just this past Monday, did you buy then?