You are being devious Alfista to try and deflect from the reality of the risk here.To avoid any doubt let me clarify a few points:
~I never sided with Del - i kept an open mind on him as he appeared to be in possession of some information due to several things he mentioned at the time ~i think you will always find that my posting history has supported a balanced and realistic view of our prospects here just as it does now ~i do not enjoy reading one sided and imo unrealistic posts such as you make every day.They lack credibillity as you have never recognised the risk and catalogue of management failures that others such as i have pointed out. Far from acknowledging that you have consistently tried to discredit anyone who does not share your rosey tinted view of things here.
I bought plenty of shares last year and said so at the time - however unlike you i wont lie about how i see things.
I see. So, when the investor joins in with a now banned uber ramper, who knew about actions taken to inflate the value here in a way that the BoD thought illegal, then that is an informed point of view? Informed by who? Or was it rather letting the share price dictate mood swings? Tunnel vision is barely different to determinedly consistent. Emotion? Naah it is just money, quite a lot I'll grant you, but by no means all eggs in one basket. Had a very good week elsewhere as it happens.
"it is totally different that you were expressing at the back end of last year"
Personally I think that someone who can change their view on a company is an informed investor making informed decisions to circumstances and facts available at that time - a better trait IMO than being emotionally attached with tunnelled vision.
Nevertheless the idea that the exposure created by the mention in the World Economic Forum is a valid and acceptable topic for discussion. It relates to Provexis directly, it is a shared accolade with DSM, and as such its mention on these boards is surely welcomed by any sensible holder.
Really do not understand your point of view, it is totally different that you were expressing at the back end of last year, when you were allying yourself to Del. Inconsistent. Do you suffer from mood swings?
Quote Alfista "As Fruitflow continues its development path, with rising consumer awareness globally created by modern media, some of those folks may realise the revenuestream that is currently growing, and recognise that such a revenue stream is investable. Not yet, ..."
We will only appear investable when it is apparent that we aill not incur further (and potentially crippling) dilution via the EFF.
It is clear to all that that is NOT the case at present and that is why the sp languishes where it is - at virtually a 5 year low.
Only trade so far is on ISDX, at .775. A couple of buys yesterday at .875 so that seems to be the range. I guess the next move could be down, for the same reason it rose, no reason. Update in July, a few pointers there hopefully, but I see no pressure in either direction lately, just trading ranges.
Is it possible to put a calm observation about the World Economic Forum news without a petulant retort? After all, we aren't schoolkids in the playground are we.
Such background exposure creates more awareness of little old Provexis. The delegates of the Forum, and those who receive newsletters and articles, can read about the successful collaboration between tiny Provexis and giant DSM. I imagine that the main thrust of their argument is that both parties need each other in order for good ideas to be developed commercially. As Fruitflow continues its development path, with rising consumer awareness globally created by modern media, some of those folks may realise the revenue stream that is currently growing, and recognise that such a revenue stream is investable. Not yet, nobody has suggested it would have an immediate effect, but each and every member of that organisation is, by definition, an investor. That is why I welcome such news, no other reason.
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