"This stock and industry needs cash to expand and meet demand."
Are you suggesting that GRNH will be selling additional shares soon to raise said cash?
"...finding the company/companies willing to come together and really cement their status with a clear advantage will be the ones to invest in..."
Well given your propensity to spam risingbullstockalerts, I have to imagine it would be the source to identify such companies? (otherwise why would you keep posting about that "resource"???)
I assume there are many companies waiting in the wings to take advantage of the green revolution; they are biding their time, since not much (yet) has really happened relative to scalabilty. Who knows, larger companies with financial resources may acquire some of these mini-micro caps!
okay, I had a few typos, but I do know the difference between "to" and "too".
"New Highs Coming..."
Sure is fun to post, isn't it?
So how soon so you expect FWM to achieve a "new high", or in other words, how soon will FWM's share price increase more than 140%???
Love it when longs have run out of ammunition and their only recourse is to plull the short card.
P.S. you had too many "to" mistakes to count LOL.
I guess I missed the segment when Obama spoke about weed LOL.
IMO, weed will be legal in all of the US SOME DAY. The challenge will be which POTUS will want to stick his neck out on the issue? I don't see Obama as the one. Bummer.
Re New Hampshire: legalization is not a slam dunk given the govenor's statement that she will veto any attempt to legalize weed. Double bummer.
Haven't I heard or read the following a few times / for a few (okay more than a few) years???:
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SunOpta, Inc. (STKL) - is a company to watch in 2014. With revenues of over $1.2 Billion and profitable, this under known company is about to be discovered by investors everywhere.
I generally agree with the PR. Points taken off for #$%$ writing; incompete sentences etc. (Sad that the youngsters got short changed when it came to learning how to write.)
This post is a good example re. being entertained.
Post states the company has $4.2M in cash (is that million or $4,200 LOL).
Yet the market cap of GERS is $456,230.
The top two "executives" each were paid $250K (presumably for a year of work) or MORE than the market cap.
Can speculators make some money on GERS? Sure.
Restructuring appears to be positive.
Of course, it was the FRAUD (you know, the one some felt was no "big deal") that precipitated the need to do the expensive "deal" with Oaktree (still is expensive: "prepayment premium")
"Net proceeds from these refinancings would be used to repay outstanding indebtedness under Diamond's existing credit facility, and to redeem Diamond's senior unsecured notes due 2020 held by Oaktree, including a prepayment premium. The Company expects that the proposed refinancing, if completed, would lower its cost of debt and provide greater flexibility in its capital structure."
Of course, on the ex day, the share price is adjusted (downward) to reflect the fact that buyers will not be receiving the next div!
I'm aware this juvenile post was directed to another poster who also objects to your constant SPAMs...
How much do you get paid by risingbulls on a per post basis?
Second question: are you proud of being a paid SPAMMER?
I guess a job is a job, but is SPAMMING a message board really a job???
I'll ask "alisodersten" how much do you get paid for pumping risingbulls??????
I'll ask "asisodersten" are you a human being or a SPAMBOT?
"Someone else controls your money and you're angry about it."
So she should be kicking and screaming at the trustees? THAT would be fun to watch!
Again, are you a human being or a souped up SPAMBOT??? (I say the latter; what do you "say")
Note to compensation committees: DO NOT base compensation mostly on EPS, since earnings can be massaged short term for better results, or in the case of DMND (which DID base most of senior management's comp on EPS) the attaction of a larger compensation package based on EPS lured senior management into FRAUD.
Yes, this is mostly in the past, but it was a disastor--or in other words, a VERY BIG DEAL.
You writing to me? I've been following DMND since day one of the Pringles announcement. Waited to buy until about TWENTY THREE MONTHS AGO (too early!.
So there you go: I am "on board".
Now back to the subject (admittedly the PAST). Apparently it was not clear to some, but was to me, that the S.A. author was citing DMND as a case study to show how shrewd investors might have been able to catch what was happening at DMND. Yes, the FRAUD was a BIG DEAL. (again, past tense, but since the uniformed poster "thought" the fraud was not a big deal, I felt a response was in order). DMND, the company was cooking (and cooking the books), then it announced it would become the SECOND LARGEST SNACK "FOOD" COMPANY by acquiring Pringles, by using its artificially inflated shares as paymennt. The market LOVED the deal and the shares surged to around 90 bucks. Problem was the company's financials were BOGUS. Due to the shifting of payments, EPS were falsely inflated. Had REAL earnings been reported, I dare say the shares would never have achieved 90 bucks and perhaps DMND would not have been able to structure a deal to buy Pringles. As we all know, once questions were asked, it became clear to ME that the Pringles deal would not be consumated; please note that MANY posters at the time thought the FRAUD was not a "big deal" and wrongfully believed that the deal would get done...some of those also wondered if DMND has simply "suspeneded" its dividend LOL.
Result of FRAUD: No Pringles deal, dividend GONE, the company had to pay ten times their ususal audit fees--approx $16 million--to restate/clean up the financials, a large financial penalty was assessed. DMND lost Wall Street's confidence. Once the books were cleansed, DMND had no choice but to seek extremely EXPENSIVE capital via Oaktree--more debt wonderful, no?
Yeah, I'd say the ramifications of the FRAUD were a BIG DEAL.
cactus, I enjoy reading your posts; you are thinking!
It is a travesty that MJ has had Schedule One status. This hopefully will change, but I'm not holding my breath. Some day weed will be legal in all of the US, simply due to the tax revenues that will be generated. Remember why prohibition was rescinded: the gov't missed the tax revenue!
I'd be VERY surprised if Obama said anything about MJ tomorrow night. Why would he?