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Randy76   Friday, 12/30/16 04:06:18 PM
Re: 2014turnaround post# 22816
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Yes. Stocks go up and down. If you're patient, you'll see it go back up again, maybe higher. DLCR didn't begin churning out wood until fall 2016. They didn't begin filling orders until winter 2016. We won't see revenues from those orders until Spring 2017. That's how a business operates. One foot in front of the other. No business happens all at once. When the stock was at $.008, DLCR was in it's R&D stages. It dropped due to convertible notes that were sold so the company could obtain the financing necessary to pay for expenses leading up to operations.

Where do you think a company just starting out, with no profits would get the money to erect its operational base so that it can make profits in the future?

They can't make something out of nothing. You have to spend money to make money.

That's what the OTC markets are for:
Companies without enough capital to list on the major markets.

What don't you understand about this? It's normal business practice.

If you hold onto your shares that may or may not have helped the company obtain financing, when the company becomes profitable, you'll be rewarded by a skyrocketing share price. That's the idea at least. It's called an ROI, a Return On Investment.

If you bought in and the stock dropped, that's on you I'm afraid. You don't have to take the loss, you can hold and wait for the PPS to recover. You're responsible for your investment decisions. That's part of being an adult. Accepting responsibility for your choices.


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