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  • $BSTG - Long zimmyzee - Thanks for keeping us up to date on this relatively low profile company....

  • $BSTG (long) Hi jking, The catalysts I referred to wouldn't be found in the very useful https://biopharmcatalyst.com What I'm referring to (and what Dr. KSS has also pointed to in the past) are more minor catalysts -- but never-the-less important to this tiny, pre-clinical stage company. Largely given-up-for-dead, just a hint of good news has the potential to swing the stock price. 1)...

  • zimmyzee - a P.S. to the "couple catalysts" you mention. I have looked through the FDA Calendar and haven't found any there. What am I missing, and where? jokin...

  • $CTEQF - HN, you have by far done enough and just not $CTEQF. Your evaluation of the claim maps and where drilled for Juniors in AG&AU is excellant. Something a 15" laptop wouldn't work well for. Your posts to date concerning RFs' brilliance in managing CTEQF has convinced me to double my position in CLQ. RF knows that the SP needs to move. I'm going to look at $PTNUF SP is USD .07...

  • I think the Airbus thing is closer than they let on, although it will start with interior components before they start building plane fusillages from it. Less barriers to entry for ground vehicles. Ford already uses aluminum in the F-150, their best-selling truck....

  • Multotec will well deserve a cut. They have the contacts, expertise, infrastructure and customers in African mining. Look at their services...they specialize in helping miners solve problems and lower their costs. Perfect partner for CleanTeQ in African mining. They just proved it by delivering the Oman contract, which in the scale of things is an hors d'oeurve....

  • Alan...shipping costs...I wouldn't worry about it. Most of the manufacturing will likely be in China, or in a country convenient to the installation. It costs about $3000 to ship a 40' container across the world. You can be sure the logistics guys at CleanTeQ will figure it out....

  • $CleanTeQ...from here onwards, I will try to stick to new facts as they come to light. I have stated the bull case for CleanTeQ as strongly as I can, and I believe in the company; but I could be mistaken, the thing could be a dud, and I am not here to be a cheerleader for CleanTeQ or to persuade the skeptical. I am just calling out what I think is an insane opportunity. The time has now come to...

  • Alanh...I think you are correct in that for the near term it is likely that Cleanteq will be mostly considered as a cobalt/nickel speculation. That is one reason we should be able to continue to accumulate at low prices for a while, the water thing and scandium are given little consideration, and there must be disbelieve and skepticism about the mineral recovery aspects, which are surely very comp...

  • $No Ticker Gregg Allman: "I am no angel" https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NWNKHi2joJE Now you are...RIP...

  • RIP, Gregg Allman. Apparently he had HCV and a liver transplant in 2010. One wonders if his death is related to complications from having HCV for a number of years....

  • It's blatantly obvious he's a full-fledged moron. Only a bonafide "sheep" (or a political "shepherd") could connect the search for financial truths with (for the first time in US history) the electoral victory of a true political outsider. If he really believes that he's a critical thinker then he's a stark illustration of Mark Twain's statement, "It's easier to fool people than to convince them ...

  • Here are the KsS stocks I found that have option plays - Zfgn options play - Jan 2018 options. Confirm when trial results will be out. Stock should retest high teens, 20's if data is strong like previous drug? Halo options play - accumulate 20-25 leaps for buyout play. Expecting buyout in next 18 months for 7-10b. Save money to buy the next options out in December for timing safety A...

  • $???? Hi everyone, I was just curious if someone could shed light into any knowledge or science behind PHMGH, active ingredient in AKWATON (patent pending). It seems to be a green solution at disinfecting. I'm a culinarian (shout out Chef Jean Ekobo, long $ONOV), so I have a huge learning curve trying to understand the information here. My question is based on this compounds makeup and history, wh...

  • "Little of that pertains to the Taiwanese, who sometimes adapt and change more rapidly than Americans do." Thanks, Dr. KSS. Glad to hear that....

  • You've got to be in awe of the writing skills of newsletter ad copywriters. They're almost as good as the "main stream media" in the ways they bend and obfuscate in order to convince the trusting souls they target. They would clean up as fiction novelists....

  • Near term the market will react to cobalt and nickel. Scandium won't get much credit till Airbus or Mercedes or somebody does a big offtake deal or announces a product using it. My opinion only....

  • Alanh your points are valid but you are not considering them as potential profit centers for CleanTeQ, which they will be. When an IBM or Cray system has a problem, who gets the job to repair it ? Do you think it is done for free ? CleanTeQ will have very profitable service agreements. You can bet on that....

  • NVDA is still recommended as of May 13...

  • $CTEQF...CleanteQ...as enthusiastic as I am, I do acknowledge that there are risks. In descending order of probability I consider: Something really bad happens to Robert Friedland. World War Three occurs and we all get blown to smithereens and our 401Ks and portfolios disappear in a toxic cloud of radioactive dust. Globalists take over and confiscate everything of value. The vaunted...

  • Can someone answer for me what this statement by TGTX means, and do you think it is positive move for this company, especially before ASCO. Thank you....

  • Multotec doesn't need or want them all. Five or ten big ones in a year would be just great. And remember that Multotec knows the African market, and which mines have which problems....

  • Alan...CleanTeQ is on record predicting major offtake agreements THIS YEAR in cobalt and scandium....

  • I do not have all of the answers on the various streams of income. And yes, I am pretty excited about CleanTeQ. And I do not claim to have definitive information, I have only what you or anyone else can find publicly. But here are my impressions: In the case of the done China deal for urban water treatment, they get a fee PER CUBIC METER OF WATER PROCESSED. That one is easy to understand, rig...

  • I'd rather by bitcoins....

  • Just another scam video to boost a dead stock and day traders to take your money. These videos are put out by scammers. They buy a million bucks worth of stock the night before and as soon as all their readers start bumping the price they sell off when they make a couple hundred grand. SCAMMERS....

  • Both the scandium and water purification parts of the business are literally impossible to predict, they are blue sky prospects in potential super high growth sectors without any kind of objective valuation. Its what makes this an exciting opportunity if you see the scandium and water potential. And yes, it could take 2-4 years for these components to get fully valuated, if the market wants to a...

  • Long CleanTeQ - CTEQF Scandium (as well as many other base metals) can be recovered/filtered from fly ash generated by coal combustion. Toxic, tricky and costly using current technology but with CleanTeQ’s new process could be another +++...

  • Dr. KSS MD PhD

    Hi Sharon, yes they finally did. I think the issue is understaffing: there is literally one guy for "outreach" projects that cultivate new business in new sources, and my time with him was short because he was headed to the middle east. Apparently a number of Saudi and UAE hospitals plan to get on board with the T2 system. We're planning on talking again probably this coming when we he is back in ...

  • Dr KSS, I remember from one of the phone conversations that you'd been unable to get through to TTOO via phone for an unacceptable length of time. Did they finally return your phone call and give you an acceptable amount of attention, considering how beneficial you may be to their bottom line?...

  • Dr. KSS MD PhD

    A business associate and I have approached T2 because we may have a pathway for them to place their devices in Chinese hospitals, the world's biggest healthcare market. We've conducted a survey of Chinese medical attitudes, and most view the present system of blood cultures and also doing PCR (polymerase chain reaction) on patient blood. This obviously is a flawed view they have. PCR has horrib...

  • TTOO (long). I can' help but wonder if management is to blame for a sagging stock. The employees who posted here are clearly unhappy about a micromanaging, demoralizing leader, who has created real employee churn at the company. Perhaps this is why Dr KSS could not get them to answer his phone call some time back. It may not improve until they get better management. The science was admired...

  • Then theres the scandium. I get it that the aerospace/car industry has not employed this into their aluminum alloys in any quantity for shortage of reliable supply. Cleanteq solves that problem. But it will likely take years before its adopted as a routine component in an Airbus/Tesla etc. In the near term then, the nickel and cobalt will provide the lions share of revenue. If I remember correctly...

  • SoGiAm

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  • $TTOO long-1/3p. Don’t forget T2 biosystems hopes to file their T2Bacteria panel with the FDA the middle of this year, which “is designed to identify the species-specific source of bacterial infection in an average of 4.3 hours from a blood sample, without need for cell-culture. http://www.t2biosystems.com/pipeline/t2bacteria/ We get ever closer to the medical scanner of Star Trek’s Dr...

  • Arch1: ''There is a ready market for certain rare earths/metals they recover.'' I have no doubt youre right but I assume the recovered metals/etc belong to the mine owner not Cleanteq (unless theres a share out deal). So my question was Whats in it for Cleanteq? The kit looks expensive....the fabrication/transportation/construction must cost plenty....its operation presumably needs manpower...the...

  • arch1

    alanh It seems to me their main thrust is removing metal from certain point sources. That is good and needed but desalting is the greatest present need for potable water. I would like to see a head to head test of them against present methods. There is a ready market for certain rare earths/metals they recover. I hold none but am likely to buy into $CLQ as funds become available....

  • $AUPH http://cjasn.asnjournals.org/content/early/2016/11/03/CJN.05780616.full.pdf+html This is a good reference article on lupus nephritis- addresses demographics, biopsy debate....

  • HN: Thanks for all your research....youre clearly excited. You may have answered this before but its hard to recall every pixel. How does Cleanteq profit from thei water purification system? Seems theres a lot of beaks in the bowl. Are they selling the equipment, renting by the hour or taking a % of the product extracted. They say the equipment is portable so some sort of 'by the hour' seems lik...

  • Bitcoin is in itself a "store of value". The number of Bitcoins is limited to 26 Million. Fiat currencies are printed out of nothing in the Trillions!! Backed by DEBT. Bitcoins one have to pay for (store of value). Bitcoins are backed by CREDIT. So all the fear mongering is stupid. People are not going to sell all at once (They paid for it remember). It will become an accepted currency worldwide (...

  • Kevin you're simply not even paying attention to what you're talking about. There's something called a molten salt reactor. It's not for making weapons. The current kind in use worldwide are all designed specifically to make dangerous radiation products: weapons....

  • Kevin you saw him talk about the weapons producing reactors vs thorium ones. Look them up, come to understand what's up with em....

  • I believe Sean is planning to set up elsewhere. Please contact him through his Facebook page...

  • You can contact Sean through his Facebook page and Twitter feeds. Facebook doesnt required a 'follow' to do so....

  • If you would like to contact Sean Hyman, you can do so through his Facebook, or Twitter feeds....

  • DBMD

    Travis it was your initial write up last year about Etherium, that prompted me to exchage bitcoin for ETH. 1800% gain before moving to US dollars. Looking to buy back and I opened a small litecoin position. Major run up on my account value. I do wonder about taxes, and trading out of the currency. Thanks...

  • SoGiAm

    Circulating microRNA-214 and -126 as potential biomarkers for canine neoplastic disease https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-02607-1...

  • What is this? Is it resl,has anyone tried it?...

  • Brings to mind an episode of Sanford & Son I once saw. Lamont tells Fred he's just a dirty ol' man. And Fred? well he just says: That's right! And I'm gonna be a dirty ol' man til I'm a dead ol' man....

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