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EnWave Corporation V.ENW

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Diversified Industrials

EnWave Corp is an industrial technology company engaged in the development and commercialization of radiant energy vacuum (REV) drying technologies for creating dehydrated food and health products in North America.
Price: $1.37 | Change: +$0.05 | %Change: +3.79%
Volume: 9,150 | Day High/Low: 1.37/1.32 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.90/1.10

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RE:RE:RE:stock is starting to break out

I've been on board since $0.30 and I haven't given up. Something has happened so buckle up!!!!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:stock is starting to break out

Odd. The co CEO gets showen the door ans the stock jumps . Loved to be a fly in the room.  rate and reply
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RE:stock is starting to break out

Something is happening... was hoping for to find more information here since I haven't noticed any news.  rate and reply
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stock is starting to break out

Looks like the stock is taking off, perhaps in anticipation of good news that is expected for the next couple of weeks. A deal with Hormel and/or a private label retailer would bring EnWave into a...read more
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I think the cheese snacks will get more and more traction. This is just such a great product and with every bit of visibility/shelf space it gets, it 'll get more popular. Personnaly I think a deal...read more
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Well, hopefully John can close the Gay Lea cheese deal before he goes.  rate and reply
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$2 by end of Aug.

I figure if they land a few cheese deals that should get the stock up around $2.  rate and reply
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RE:.90 by august

Created a new account just to post this unsupported tidbit? If it comes down any significant amount I'll be picking some more up. In terms of startups they have won some contracts with brand name...read more
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.90 by august

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Just spent about $50 on Mooncheese in the last month, shipped to Barrie Canada. I love the snack, my kids like it in there school lunch. Its a no brainer, just have to get it out there. In having said...read more
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I think you're right, big companies have a tendency to be a bit more bureaucratic and slower in their decision making. Also, we clearly see the impact a commercial licence deal in one sector can have...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Gay Lea

Super huge companies often have a hard time doing anything quickly. If for no other reason than it isn't used by their peers yet so there is no ego driven need to get there. You know, when they play...read more
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RE:RE:Gay Lea

I have many shares and am not a basher but I think we need much more than another dried cheese snack..Some big guy or two has to get on board to move this stock/////3 or 4 years and nothing from...read more
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RE:RE:RE: Support broke!!

Support broke long time ago. .80 soon.  rate and reply
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RE:Gay Lea

Indeed, Gay Lea signed and paid for a six month extension of their Canadian exclusivity to rev-dry dairy products beginning of this year. Perhaps some big private label retail orders for the dried...read more
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Gay Lea

I believe Gay Lea has till the end of June to decide if they want ghe rights for a Cheese product in Canada. The clock is ticking.  rate and reply
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RE:RE: Support broke!!

it always had. Who are you trying to kid?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Longer Term - Dividend Prospects?

Appreciate the thoughts Jim. I do have some of this in my RRSP and Id be more than happy if it just kept growing for the next decade or two.  rate and reply
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RE:Longer Term - Dividend Prospects?

With potential yearly revenues of around 50 million $ within a couple of years, a conservative 10% revenue growth rate from then on and a rapidly increasing part of that thanks to royaltystreams (see...read more
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Longer Term - Dividend Prospects?

Continuing the recent conversation about potential for growth and profitability I have to wonder if there might eventually be the prospect for dividends. Possible supporting factors...read more