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ChromaDex Stock Message Board

From: Ronald S.
Sent on: Friday, November 30, 2012 6:52 AM
Look at this guy posting on the ChromaDex message board on Yahoo and look at the stock graph.

Read em and weep. The company lost another $9.9 million.

By skepticinvest . Nov 8,[masked]:03 AM . Permalink

These numbers are even worse than I expected. No company can continue losing more and more money every quarter and stay in business for long. All of you phony, company paid hypsters can spew your lies and absurdities, but the bottom line is, as my grand father used to say, you can not polish a turd.

The PRNews press release is deceptive, innacurate and full of lies

By skepticinvest . Nov 8,[masked]:37 AM . Permalink

The press release, submitted by the company management, is irresponsible and possibly even fraudulent. The statement that income increased by 99% is a flat out lie. It was only NET income, that is income minus promotions, that increased from a virtually non existent base figure, by this amount. Earnings fell actually, and rather dramatically. The word NET was intentionally omitted from the press release to make it appear as if the SEC filing reported a big increase in real income. This is misleading and untruthful.

Furthermore, and an even more egregious omission, is the entire point of the SEC filing itself, the fact that losses increased from just over $5mill to almost $10mill. The SEC needs to have a look at this press release. It is misleading, inaccurate, incomplete, and mendacious. This is outrageous. I can not imagine that the company attorneys approved of this release.

CDXC is distributing false and misleading press releases

By skepticinvest . Nov 9,[masked]:38 AM . Permalink

The company is continuing to disseminate articles to the press in which they claim that that their SEC filing showed a 99% increase in Revenues. This is a lie and blatantly false. The company is intentionally omitting the word "Net" in their releases to mislead and misrepresent their revenues and earnings. They also omit the fact that they lost another $9.9 million in the reporting period.

This misinformation has almost certainly led naive investors, and probably some less naive ones, to purchase the stock of a company which one would have reasonable cause to believe from the press releases, was growing at an extraordinary rate, and was profitable, when in fact, nothing could be further from the truth. I look forward to a plethora of litigation against the company by investors who were misled.

Re: Re: Re: Re: CDXC is distributing false and misleading press releases

By skepticinvest . Nov 15,[masked]:42 AM . Permalink

For a secondary to succeed there must be buyers, not the computer churn that passes for volume on a daily basis with this stock, but real buyers with real dollars. Given the state of the company's finances, the failure of its key products in the marketplace, the disappointing results of the cholesterol study, which, was re-branded a heart study, the loss of two sets of professional managers over the past six months, and no prospects for profitable utilization of the cash, if it were to be raised, it is frankly hard to conceive of a secondary achieving anything other than driving the share value to near zero, and putting more cash in the pockets of management. This will likely be the death knell of the company. What they need are sales and they simply are not there.


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