First of all, there are not 3 billion outstanding shares. As of the last 10Q on May 16th, there's about 1.3 billion. Is that a lot? Yes it is. Does that mean we can't make money off this stock? Of course it doesn't!
Products mean nothing??? Did you see what happened in October when they got the contract for ONE....yes, ONE....PBIS-2000 unit? The stock only shot up over 700%!!! ON ONE UNIT!!! Why? Did they sign a contract that guaranteed huge profitability? No. Did they at least make enough to erase their debts? Ummm, I don't think so! You mean they're still deep in the red??? Actually they're probably deeper! Then how the hell did it jump so high???? You scratching your head yet???? LMAO @ U!!! Welcome to sub-penny land dude! We don't play by large cap rules here. We don't need to crush earnings estimates to see this thing rise, because there are no estimates. We don't need to be in a favorable PE ratio range, because we're not even profitable.
The longs here that have made money on this thing will tell you that if the stock price plummets, you better be ready to plop more of your hard earned money to average down....way down. Or if you're really lucky, you enter in at THE bottom before the next big pop. And pop she will....it's just a matter of guessing when. I've been in this stock for about 2 years now, and each year there's been at least 1 or 2 doozies where you can cash in on a GOOD chunk of change. Oh yeah, and they were flat broke when I first got in too. They'll be around for another 2 years, and then another 2 after that. And they may still be flat broke. But fortunately for us the concept of buy low sell high still applies nonetheless. Doesn't matter if the OS is 1 billion or 5 billion. I know some gamblers on here that have been here as long as I have and have reaped some benefits, and I can tell you we're not even flinching. ;) Question is do you have the stomach to buy low....then lower....then lower still? You don't have to answer that for my sake.