Despite what you will always believe I did not try to drive down the price...
The company did state in it's filings at the time (8/16/16) that that losses will continue for foreseeable future and additional financing of millions is required. In present time that appears to have changed.
I see that you're going to go with "deniability" - so it's not self-denial, after all. Yeah, you and I and anyone who can point so something in a company filing ALL know that the statements you refer to are boilerplate statements, and the ones that you point to here - from the S1 filing - are absolutely REQUIRED by the SEC - or they won't even allow it to be EFFECTive. Similar statements in financial reports and press releases are also required by the SEC for safe harbor. You knew that when you posted.
This is garbage. Go back and look at your first 50 posts and refresh your memory on how you came to the PGUS board. If you want to continue on this line by now downplaying ProGreen's value while you load up for a flip, and try to set up for a pullback if you can get others to buy your line on 100% to 200% so you can do it again... fine, trade your own way, but don't expect ME to buy your line.
Regarding your earlier comment about my quick response on updates - I told you then that all it takes is to pay attention. If you follow the twitter @ProGreenUS, you'll already be ahead of most, but if you're long on a stock it's pretty easy to set up for frequent checks wherever the company posts info... blog, news page, project pages, whatever. I've got bookmarks on my browser for checking these things easily on a daily basis. With 6-digit investments, you can bet that I keep a close eye on my two heavy-hitters:
But then, I guess if your DD process involves bashing a stock until you get long holders to give you all the details, it's understandable why setting yourself up in this way just never occurred to you.
"Cease fire"? There's no 'firing' from my end. I'm just not buying your line. I'd rather that we all work together to help get the word out about the value here so the company can benefit from a respectable valuation with financing going forward - for emerging growth businesses, this has a lot to do with how fast a company can grow while maximizing shareholder value. Point here is, public companies are public for a reason - raising capital for growth - and the valuation (call it the Market Cap here) is always an important factor. This is WHY we have the opportunity to invest and ride along for capital gains on the growth curve. With ProGreen, this is a virtuous cycle, compared to the vicious cycle most commonly experienced with penny stocks. The fewer "investors" we have trying to "play/manipulate" the stock, the better for all investors and other stakeholders.
Being a team player doesn't have to mean drinking Kool-Aid, it can mean joining other believers in a company to help it succeed instead of taking advantage of those who can be spooked easily or played and preyed upon. Someone like yourself who can spout details about the 7-digits for various types of patents and can understand details found in financial reports and other filings, etc., etc... can surely understand this. Your choice. Contribute "constructively" - ADD value - or be a parasite. Not too late to change.