Gatorturtle Monday, 05/27/19 01:34:41 PM Re: myjo post# 13170 Post # of 13564 Thank you for inadvertently helping make my points. 1. Large multi national companies have the capital and staying power to wade thru the bureaucratic process Not so easily done by a start up especially in a highly regulated field like medical devices. Making an investment in a one product company like gthp with no major backing or cash flow from other product sales or corporate divisions even riskier. So accept the odds of success in penny stocks just like you do when you walk into a casino. 2. About the only thing most people can do to change the regulatory hurdles that keep many good start ups from succeeding is to voice the need for faster track alternatives( pros and cons to that too) to those who can make changes That would be your congressional representatives 3. Ranting at the CEO and other stockholders who would all like this to be successful too, doesn’t change anything Making a reasoned argument to the right people for providing better ways for innovative and cost saving medical devices to become available might have a very slim chance of making a difference.