Solar_Express Friday, 12/16/11 03:09:28 AM Re: ih8aloss post# 9468 0 Post # of 63059 Nanowerk: Nanotechnology Nanomaterial Suppliers.. Quantum Materials Corporation (QMC) is now commercializing a low cost quantum dot technology of a superior quality and characteristics. This revolutionary new quantum dot production technique, developed by Dr. Michael S. Wong and colleagues of William Marsh Rice University, Houston, TX., has been acquired under an exclusive, world-wide license. Oue new synthesis method is mass productable using continous flow technology processes developed in conjunction with Access2Flow microreactor technology. QMC's research and development group was instrumental in developing the new scale-up process. http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology/nanomaterial/suppliers_cplist.php?country=USA&subcat1=qd Comments Bill Post 9488 Steve is doing what NO Other company has been able to do for the last twenty years, deliver high quality, economical QD's in quantity that can support commercialization of what appears to becoming a plethora of products. Building the infrastructure for such an endeavor is a massive undertaking of itself. It takes time! Growth of this company will be for many years and I for one plan on taking that 8-10 year ride, in style when finally lets loose from this undervalued price. WTF Where's The Fortune ?? I personally think it's in Washington sitting on a stack of papers at the patent office. It will be really interesting to find out what is happening behind the scenes during this ordeal. You know they have not been sitting on their duffs during this time. So once we get past this hurdle onto the next.. Comments Ripster Post 9060 QMC's Current Non-compliant Issue - Its not easy investors to buy a stock that is a "penny stock" and is "non compliant". Once we begin following the rules, That will change. QMC during intense research and development stage has acted nicely keeping this disruptive technology under raps like a cloaking device buying time taken to bring TQD's product to market. All aspect of all legal obligations and protection copyright and infringment MUST be intact before forward process. Steve will bring the company forward when the time is right. And on the share split - in order to have $1 per share net earnings that would mean the company would have to have what? $120m net earnings? And let's say that you have a net 8-12% net margin - we need to have over 1Bn in revs. And typically a $1 p/sh net will get you a a $15 p/share stock and usually you don't want to see a split (forward) until you get above 50. Once the risks are gone, it will be as Dock stated, none of us will be able to get a word edge wise - at that point we should be sitting somewhere under the sun on a white sand beach sipping those cute little drinks with unbrellas in them..