Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Six Days a Week

GERS extension approved HERE
I also read between the lines "you are expected to start working Saturdays if you need to."

This "to and including" may be an interesting signal . . . or just my imagination?

SkunK

In the meantime most of us are already on an Eight Days a Week schedule.

90 comments:

Anonymous said...

cant wait for n0b0dy cry again. what new story lol you poor kant trade and wife used ..suckerrr

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

.0008

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Anonymous said...

Greenshift is awesome!

Anonymous said...

I invested in gers a couple months ago. Its had a few scarey moments where their stocks would go low but they pickback up just like any other company!

Anonymous said...

Gers is a could company with a great cause

Anonymous said...

GERS  FollowGreenShift Corporation 0.0007+0.0001 (16.67%)3:11PM EST

Slashnuts said...

ANDE Earnings Release Confirmed After the Bell Today!$!$

Conference Call is tomorrow morning...
It's going to be another record breaker for one of GERS' largest licensed customers.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$!$

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Anonymous said...

.0008

Anonymous said...

Congrats to gers! Go gers!

Anonymous said...

bid ask 407 to 1

Anonymous said...

biodiesel rules

Anonymous said...

I bought a gas burner and it blew up left me stranded on the highway.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Good buy 7s
hello 8s

Anonymous said...

0.0008 0.0002 33.33%

Anonymous said...

GERS UPGRADED TO BUY IN MY ACCOUNT

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Green Plains has entered into a license agreement with GS CleanTech Corporation, a subsidiary of GreenShift Corporation, to utilize its patents and pending patents"

Anonymous said...

does this stock ever stop going up?

Anonymous said...

my gas burner broke down on the highway 2. The parts in a gas vehicle aren't as strong as diesel vehicals

Anonymous said...

GERS 0.0008 +0.0002 +33%

Anonymous said...

I finally found a cheap green stock!

Anonymous said...

For 50 more cents for diesel you're getting a vehicle that will last you hundreds of the thousands more miles than a gas vehicle and you're getting way better mileage so the diesel and parts are pretty much the same as paying gas. It pays for itself if we can invent a fuel that cost less to makeand it's simple as 123and if its something we van dig out of the ground then why don't we use it

Anonymous said...

biodiesel engines run cleaner an last longer. Gers is a no brainer

Dr. GreenThumb said...
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Dr. GreenThumb said...

Hello My Name is Dr. GreenThumb

If you didn't buy this stock then u r dumb
Go drown your sorrows w/ a bottle of rum
Watching it gain will make your brain numb

ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah ooh aah

Anonymous said...

Wow nice close!

nobody123789 said...

Hearing from decimal penny flippers that want to unload for a few grand on your money.

Anonymous said...

I hate the beatles.

Anonymous said...

Shorts are dead.

Anonymous said...

Guess what's up?

Anonymous said...

Going higher.

Anonymous said...

I actually think YA may have been selling and GERS or Kevin's aunts and uncles have been buying on the open market. Just a guess.

nobody123789 said...

They cannot do this without filing a form for insider trading.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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nobody123789 said...

Do you have that sickening feeling that occurs when an elevator descends too quickly? If not, looks like you will soon.

nobody123789 said...

Is 700:1 ASK to BID a record?

Anonymous said...

i was korrect n0b0dy cry again on board what a suker. learn to trade npot cry and loose on stocks

Anonymous said...

The only sickening feeling I get is when I read Nobody's posts. Same crap, over and over and over....

Ok Nobody, ready for your NPD response now...

nobody123789 said...

Its only crap if you are a believer.

nobody123789 said...

Truth is crap, crap is truth. Say it 100 hundred times, maybe you will feel better, not smarter but better.

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Anonymous said...

Bid $10,200 Ask $3,500

Anonymous said...

Went to use IHub's data tools, the only TOOL listed was Nobody.

Slashnuts said...

ANDE Extracts New Record 85.1M Pounds +45%...

“I am proud of our 2013 results and the team we have here at The Andersons,” CEO Mike Anderson stated. “The Ethanol Group had exceptional results; they worked to simultaneously optimize margins, yields, production rates and co-product sales. Quite simply, the Ethanol Group hit the ball out of the park.

One of GERS' largest customers just reported another blow-out quarter, beating analyst estimates again!$!$

ANDE extracted 23.5 million pounds of oil in Q413 which is about a million more pounds than just 3 months ago.

Q413's oil yields increased 24% to 23.5M pounds from Q412 levels.

For 2013, oil yields surged 45% over 2012's 59M pounds to a total of 85.1M pounds.

http://www.andersonsinc.com/wps/portal/corp/newsroom

The Ethanol Group had record operating income of $50.6 million in 2013, compared to a loss of $3.7 million in the prior year. The significant increase in operating income was primarily due to higher ethanol margins, which were impacted by solid ethanol export demand, and lower corn costs. The ethanol plants also benefitted from improved production rates and increased co-product sales of corn oil, E-85 and distillers dried grains. Total 2013 revenues were $832 million, up from $743 million in 2012. The revenue increase was due to both a full year of production at the Denison Iowa plant and an increase in the average price of ethanol. The group’s fourth quarter results were a record not only for the fourth quarter, but for any quarter. The operating income was $26.6 million on revenues of $197 million. During the same three month period of 2012, a loss of $0.8 million was incurred on revenues of $215 million.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$

nobody123789 said...

Today we are seeing both market trading (profit taking) AND dilution.

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nobody123789 said...

People need to start accepting that GERS must give shares to YAGI to meet its financial commitments who in turn dumps them regardless of price. After all YAGI has its profits locked in at the end of the rainbow (closure of current round of litigation). Any other conclusion is in conflict with the events that we have observed year after year and still do today.

nobody123789 said...

People need to start accepting that GERS must give shares to YAGI to meet its financial commitments who in turn dumps them regardless of price. After all YAGI has its profits locked in at the end of the rainbow (closure of current round of litigation). Any other conclusion is in conflict with the events that we have observed year after year and still do today.

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nobody123789 said...

Folks, where is the euphoria, the drum beating? ANDE got your tongue, thunderstruck how our clients do well and we go in the dumpster?

Anonymous said...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
(NPD) is a pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior that shows up in thinking and behavior in a lot of different situations and activities. People with NPD won't (or can't) change their behavior even when it causes problems at work or when other people complain about the way they act, or when their behavior causes a lot of emotional distress to others (or themselves? none of my narcissists ever admit to being distressed by their own behavior -- they always blame other people for any problems). This pattern of self-centered or egotistical behavior is not caused by current drug or alcohol use, head injury, acute psychotic episodes, or any other illness, but has been going on steadily at least since adolescence or early adulthood.

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Slashnuts said...

Pratt (Calgren) $1 Million on Oil Extraction...

GreenShift has been selling equipment from their inventories. I wonder if Pratt was a buyer?

Posted Feb. 11, 2014 @ 12:01 am

Pratt, Kan.

"Of the $10 million in improvements, $2 million went to improving fermentation, $3.5 million to distillation, $1.5 million on two boilers and the cooling tower, $2 million on distiller's grain conveyors and $1 million on oil extraction, Lenagh said."

When Pratt Energy took over the plant in 2013 it was not in operating order and these upgrades were necessary to get the plant in operation.

After sitting idle for five years, the plant is up and running. The first load of ethanol left the plant on Sept. 24 and except for brief shut downs for adjustments, the plant has been in continuous operation, Donaghue said.

On the average, the plant produces 20 truck loads a day that equals 160,000 gallons of ethanol.

The plant runs continuously and is currently making ethanol with a blend of 70 percent corn and 30 percent milo.

Schlyer remains very optimistic about the future. Ethanol did very good in 2012 in spite of the drought and with the growing need for energy independence, it should remain a viable energy source.

"We believe the ethanol industry is here to stay," Schlyer said.

Read more: http://www.pratttribune.com/article/20131217/Business/131219432#ixzz2tDuWPdjR

http://www.pratttribune.com/article/20140114/NEWS/140119729/1001/NEWS

http://www.pratttribune.com/article/20140211/NEWS/140219896/0/SEARCH

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$

Slashnuts said...

11 Pounds of Oil Per Second...

Collectively, GPRE and ANDE are now extracting 345,000,000 pounds of oil annually with GreenShift's patented technology. I believe this number will continue to climb as both of these licensee's are indicating their continued desire to grow and purchase more plants. Heck, maybe they'll buyout another infringer or two.

345M breaks down to 11 pounds of oil every second, every minute of every day.

GreenShift's success is directly tied to the success of their customers.

Green Plains and The Anderson's are two very successful, well run companies with exceptional management.

Mr. Becker beat Valero to the punch when he purchased the 2 mega-plants operated by BIOF.

With another plant purchase like the BIOF deal, Green Plains will have more ethanol capacity than Valero.

nobody123789 said...

Please help me out here. I do not know what the current market value of a pound of refined inedible corn oil. In the past you provided a value, 34 cents per pound. $0.34 x 345,000,000 = $117,300,000 gross revenues from our two largest, but still just two of our customers. Twenty percent (the last stated royalty) of this translates into $23,460,000 in revenue for GERS from just two of our customers derived from COE. Do you really believe that we will come any close to that projected over all our customers? Have you seen any evidence that we will experience that revenue in upcoming 10K?

Anonymous said...

Practice Tip: Multi-district litigation affords consistency and judicial economy, as well as allowing plaintiffs and defendants to concentrate their efforts in one forum. However, lawsuits that are not settled before trial must later be remanded to the transferring court and to a judge who has had little opportunity to become familiar with the issues.

DHOLE said...

Anon at 4:41: Your point is...?

Anonymous said...

thanks for your posts Slashnuts, very informative.

nobody123789 said...

D',

The poster is providing factual information of another component of this fact: that unless everything goes very well and in our favor we have long tortuous road still ahead before the current round of litigation is concluded. And, according to everything I know not much consistently good will happen until that date. I understand that folks have been following this for years and are getting inpatient (I am too), but we can't change this reality.

Anonymous said...

thanks for your posts Slashnuts, very informative.

Anonymous said...

Fact
95% chance settlement

nobody123789 said...

Unfortunately, the principals at GERS, who know DVG very well, do not share your enthusiasm. I'll take their assessment.

Slashnuts said...

13/450,991 Issue Fee Verified 02-12-2014

Status: Publications -- Issue Fee Payment Verified
Application Type: Utility Status Date: 02-12-2014

portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair


USPTO: GERS patents are valid...

The fee has been paid and this application is in the office of publications. It will be published into yet another corn oil extraction patent shortly. Most likely before the 10K is released.

This patent was actually allowed in July but GERS requested that it be pulled for re-examination. GERS submitted the defendants so called "invalidity claims" from court.

By issuing GERS this new patent, the USPTO has ruled the defendants excuses are a joke, the patents are valid, even after considering the "sale bar" offer to test letter as well as their supposed "fish water" defense.

Good Luck To All!$!$!$!$

Anonymous said...

Fortunately nobody cares for your assessment

nobody123789 said...

Those that cannot stand reality you mean. In this case it is not mine, but those dealing directly with the personalities involved. Inconvenient truths are still truths.

Anonymous said...

Fact
95% chance settlement

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Henry Ford used hemp-and-sisal cellulose plastic to build car doors and fenders in 1941. On video Henry Ford demonstrated that his hemp cars were more resistant to blows from a sledgehammer than steel-bodied cars were.

The basic building block of plastics is cellulose taken from petroleum, but toxic petrochemical compositions are not the only way to derive plastics. Plastics can be derived from plant cellulose, and since hemp is the greatest cellulose producer on Earth (hemp hurds can be 85% cellulose), it only makes sense to make non-toxic, biodegradable plastic from hemp and other organics, instead of letting our dumps fill up with refuse. Hemp hurds can also be processed into cellophane packing material, which was common until the 1930s, or they may be manufactured into a low-cost, compostable replacement for Styrofoam

Anonymous said...

Those that can't stand reality are the ones posting 9 years on GERS message boards

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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flowers

nobody123789 said...

And what have I been saying and what has been happening during those years? It ain't bragging if you deliver.

 
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