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The company has never before had recurring volume

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KanadienEh   Sunday, 10/11/20 05:25:40 PM
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The company has never before had recurring volume orders... it has never before had the capacity to produce product for recurring volume orders.

Tuesday is T-22 (or less).

We know what we know. And what we know is that we're a component of a web and that we get a piece of any web drippings that fall into our marketplace.

We also know that we have recurring volume orders that are specifically attributed to our division and marketplace.

As well, that Eontec has been proving LM in the Chinese market for a year or so now.

That those provings are the major web drippings we are waiting for... companies using LM in the Asian market who naturally want to roll it into global market.


Today is T-24.

Six months ago...this was all still fantasy land.

Then the last quarterly came out.

Fantasy switched to a wild reality and now we have had the water torture of 90 days waiting between quarterlies.

This company had inherant patent value. It has cash in the bank and US real estate earning rent.

By any valuation matrix, with actual, volume commercialization, this is now worthy of investment bank reading and review.

Anyone predicting lemons for earnings is not only ignoring the transition from dream company to commercialized concept, they are also projecting.

Hold on to them shares folks. Halloween is coming...but don't let any ghosts or erratic trading patterns scare you out your profits! !

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