RE:RE:Is Orbite about to be "DWEK'd?"
Smilor, I wouldn't waste my time trying to figure another's motivations for posting at a penny stock chat forum. I mean we're not making a difference in any way with each of our scribblings, it is just communications from one of many who wish to obtain a soapbox from which to post their views.
As I have said on this forum many times, I will sell only when either: a) I am in profits or b) I believe that they have absolutely no chance of returning my investment back to me. This company, while severely misplaying their hand, still has a "puncher's" chance of hitting it big, and I might as well be there if and when it happens.
I might point out that the "go to zero" refers to if the financing is not obtained, nowhere did I say that Orbite would not get financing, I said that I don't believe that when it comes it will be involving Glencore or Veolia participation, and threw out the possibility that such financing might have to come from one such as Joe Dwek.
As others have said here and elsewhere, and I happen to share this view, Glencore and Veolia seem to be just sitting there waiting for Orbite to fail, so that they can pick up the technology for a pittance. I say that if Orbite management comes to that same view, a short term financing from a "Dwek" type lender might be preferable to being fed to the wolves. Considering the dire spot the company is in now, they just may have to pick their poison.
Finally, I refuse to play the motivation game- who knows why one writes on the forums, no one really knows each other, and can't prove anything one way or the other- we can't go throw darts at the pub or step out back and settle disputes the old fashioned way- we are all just 1's and 0's on a server somewhere, unless we get really bad and end up like the coffintrader, so I will just write what I want and when I want. After all SH provides this free forum to all- longs, shorts, bulls, bears, shareholders or not. All are welcome! We can always use the ignore button if another's viewpoint irritates us too much.