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From: DashernComet11/20/2019 9:48:01 PM
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So a new article has been posted on Seeking Alpha touting the opportunity in REFR.

seekingalpha.com

And this knucklehead is a “big stock guy” that “avoids small caps”.
So, he is a paid tout.

Season for Loss Capture on the “Dogs of 2019. So the folks that are stuck at $4.00 and up will be doing tax loss selling next month. Great timing on an article to pump this dead as a rock POS.
Product Price Regression to the mean is not a growth model that gets you To profitability. The “brag” in the article is the total volume of SPD year to day exceeds the volume of last year.....but the revenue is static with last year...SO MUCH WINNING.
AND OPERATING COSTS ARE THE SAME AS LAST YEAR.

And Joe H has to keep what is or IS NOT happening secret. No one has to tell REFR until they “do it” ( or could they just use SPD and not tell anybody? Sort of “you didn’t sin until you get caught?”

Sell short at anything around $3.50 and cover at $2.50 in late Dec. Then enjoy a very nice vacation in the cold winter months.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (164)5/8/2020 7:53:44 PM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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Another quarter in the books, still no news, and financials going backwards if anything. So naturally the stock is soaring.

Without even peeking at the main board I'm going to guess Harary dropped a hint about something yesterday and the clever shareholders figured it out and know what's coming. The fact that it's probably not actually coming is a minor matter, pure speculation now and old news by the time it can no longer be denied.

Five quarters down, one to go on the bet. Time flies when you're a professional bagholder.

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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (165)5/11/2020 10:46:10 AM
From: DashernComet
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KP,

Finta remembers your bet. And he pretty much admits he is losing.

Message 32702865

”Financials going backwards”

Same as always, According to JH, from the CC transcript, ‘at the current burn rate we have enough money to last 34 more months.’ or six quarters until a going concern memo from the auditor.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (166)5/13/2020 12:02:03 PM
From: Kevin Podsiadlik
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‘at the current burn rate we have enough money to last 34 more months.’ or six quarters until a going concern memo from the auditor.

That won't concern the stalwarts. Six quarters away from the going concern letter is pretty much status normal. There always seems to be another sucker out there willing to toss them a few more million without thinking to look into things like just how many rounds of funding this company has done over the years, or comparing notes with past investors...

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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (167)5/19/2020 6:49:16 PM
From: DashernComet
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Don’t you love how this story is so predictable?
Kind of like reading Louis Lamour novels. Same story, different character names (but they act the same), different location, same punch line. Read one, you’ve read them all.
But the Longs at the Happy Board are as excited as a school girl asked out on her first date. I wonder what “Biff” has in mind for her?
Currently they are all convinced they are going to end up on the Russell 2000 when it resets. And next year they will get dumped from the R2K and land at a $1 again. What fun to watch a story repeat.

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