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From: Kevin Podsiadlik4/12/2019 2:18:23 PM
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If extensive research on the short interest changes from 2013 was a deliberate attempt to bore me into leaving the main board again, then mission accomplished.

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From: DashernComet5/1/2019 12:31:26 PM
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Does anyone have an idea who is the new PR firm for RFI that Joe mentioned, in a passing glance, during the August 2018 conference call?

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To: DashernComet who wrote (152)5/2/2019 11:05:28 AM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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Thinking they might be a stock promotion firm?

Regardless, earnings still a week from Tuesday so no rush to get short. I would love a crack at this over $5.

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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (153)5/2/2019 12:45:21 PM
From: DashernComet
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Yes, I think a stock promo company is a possibility. There has not really been anew news. Lot of rumor on SI, but who reads it? The recent high volume is the tell.

I agree, let this run north of 5 before shorting. Trend is your friend. I expect same old same old on the Loss Report.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (154)5/2/2019 6:51:25 PM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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Wellll.... gonna kick myself if that was the top, but it's kinda random for it to die on the same no-news it ran up on, more than a week before quarterly. Still, I never plan to make a year off of a single trade, so in the greater scheme it's just one more ticker, just one I'm very familiar with.

We'll see where we are in a week or so.

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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (155)5/9/2019 12:21:40 AM
From: DashernComet
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Disappointment Report and CC are due out next Tuesday.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (156)5/14/2019 4:29:24 PM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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No surprises, reduced operating losses came entirely from reduced operating expenses, which was the result of using stock options as currency. Disappointing that the market had to fall over the two weeks going into the report so that the shorting opportunity was not so good, but what are you gonna do.

Same time next quarter then?

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From: DashernComet5/23/2019 10:39:19 AM
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Dixon acknowledged that she made a mistake.

Message 32162305

I don’t recall that EVER happening before.
Ah, the exception that proves the rule.
LOL

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From: Kevin Podsiadlik7/5/2019 7:58:23 PM
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So this got tweet into my anonymous stock-oriented Twitter feed. Someone did finally notice REFR after all!


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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (159)7/30/2019 9:47:01 AM
From: DashernComet
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This 33-year chart of REFR teaches a valuable lesson—the fact that a company has little or no chance of scaling up its technology does not mean a quick trip to zero.
I am amazed at how many zombies I see still standing. PRKR stands out. One of the apparent inefficiencies of capitalism is when the stock market is up (“excessive exuberance”) any half-assed idea will get funded. When I sit in on early stage funding requests now, i feel a sense of, “I’ve seen this before” from the Dot-Com boom 20 years ago, when anyone that could “fog up a mirror” got funded. What a waste of resources. What does work about capitalism is the pendulum always swings back to correct inefficient uses of capital.

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