Here is a scenario derived through logical deduction explaining how BLDV will be going to the NASDAQ to bring huge share price appreciation. I was asked to explain why I thought at least 100 times greater from these levels so below I explained why. I was informed that BLDV will be going to the NASDAQ very soon. To first further understand the details of what I was told and by whom, read the post below: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=28802367
Below is a company that fits the description as a potential candidate very well that was discovered by a poster by the name of “Aussieland.” This company is Nexgen which trades on the OTCBB under the ticker NXGNF. NXGNF has just gotten delisted from the NASDAQ and trades on the OTCBB and fits the bill for only being a candidate. There are many other candidates, but for simplicity sake, I will use NXGNF because of how it closely resembles the game plan for have operations in Belize as do BLDV. Focus more on the “concept” and not so much on the “candidate” for reverse merging.
This means that for every 5 BLDV shares you buy, you will get 1 share of NXGNF. So if you buy 1,000,000 shares of BLDV, you will get 1,000,000 ÷ 5 = 200,000 shares of NXGNF exchanged out to be your new position.
Here's the deal though. When those 205,000,000 Shares of BLDV go into those 42,720,998 Shares of NXGNF, those 205,000,000 Shares of BLDV will be injecting into the 42,720,998 Shares of NXGNF some biodiesel valuation that would immediately cause all NASDAQ Initial Requirements to be met. NXGNF will immediately become a NASDAQ company. This is to include the meeting of the $4.00 per share Bid price that is to be maintained for 30 days. The above is what I was told to happen to BLDV shareholders by the BLDV CEO. He would not confirm with me the actual name of the company, but he did confirm with me the process of which I just explained for what will happen to BLDV shareholders. So I say again to focus more on the “concept” and not so much on the “candidate” for reverse merging once the actual company is announced.
BLDV last closing price was .0031 per share. This means that when you buy 5 shares of BLDV at .0031 per share, you will pay .0155 in cash. In return, you will get back 1 share of the new company on the NASDAQ worth $4.00 in cash.
So, for every .0155 you pay, you will be given $4.00 back in return.
$4.00 ÷ .0155 = Equilibrium Ratio 258 = Equilibrium Ratio
This means that the current price for 5 BLDV shares is 258 times below its equilibrium price of a $4.00 value for its share distribution amount. To get the BLDV equilibrium price, multiply the 258 by the current price of .0031 per share to get what’s reflected below…
258 x .0031 per share = BLDV Equilibrium Price .79 = BLDV Equilibrium Price
This means that BLDV should theoretically be bought up until .79 per share since .79 per share is where buying 5 BLDV shares would equate or nearly equate to the $4.00 value that will be given for the exchange of the one NASDAQ share.
The reason why the thoughts above work is because of BLDV reverse merging into the OTCBB stock while injecting increased valuation to then position the company to meet NASDAQ Initial Requirements. If the OTCBB company was reverse merging into BLDV, then the magnitude of these gains would not be near the same.
This is why you see and hear of some reverse mergers that move from powerful underlying reasons versus those that don’t move for the known basic reasons.
Let’s further analyze this to fully understand the magnitude of what is happening here with BLDV from buying realistically more than 5 shares of BLDV. So, if you spend $3,100.00 to buy 1,000,000 shares of BLDV, you are going to get 200,000 shares of a NASDAQ company having a minimum of $4.00 Bid price valued at $800,000.
$3,100 = .0031 x 1,000,000 shares of BLDV
$800,000 = $4.00 x 200,000 shares of NASDAQ Company
$800,000 ÷ $3,100 = 258
That means that you would have positioned yourself to have gained 258 times more than your initial investment of $3,100 for 1,000,000 shares of BLDV while at .0031 per share.
Again, the above is what I was told to happen to BLDV shareholders by the BLDV CEO. He would not confirm with me the actual name of the company, but he did confirm with me the process of which I just explained for what will happen to BLDV shareholders. So please understand that I used NXGNF as part of the example to help paint a visual of how it could happen, but I have come across many other stocks that could logically and some even better fit the shoes just the same within reason.
The beauty of the above thoughts that I posted is that the framework could be used no matter what company it is that BLDV would be reverse merging into in going on the NASDAQ. The same process and logic would apply regardless. The BLDV CEO told me that all of this should be happening very soon as I know that soon is in the eye of the beholder, but I would still guess that soon would be sooner than we all think.
Below are two key posts that I think all should understand as the price could really take off because of a confirmed “official” short position that must be cover before BLDV goes to the NASDAQ and a post explaining how BLDV has already solved how they will not be affected by the Economic conditions that many of the other biodiesel companies are affected by.
Bottom line, General Norman Schwarzkopf would not had interviewed and aired a TV special on what BLDV is doing in the biodiesel world if BLDV was not legitimate. This interview with Quincy, the BLDV CEO, was with other BLDV TEAM members too such as the Belize Prime Minister Said Musa and the Dr. Gerald Riskowski who is the professor and department head of the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at Texas A&M University as indicated to view within the link below: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=28842130
Something very big is quietly going on here with BLDV as the players are not doing all of this to simply play games within the market. They are for real!
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I know the guy who posted that on ihub... well i don't actually know who he is etc, but for the past few years he brings DD hardcore and it's made some money for me on quite a few stocks. he does not waste his time to pump. but realize its a pink and with a pink come a lot of crazy runs up and down and most are scams:) so with that said always use your own judgement, risk can equal big reward but also huge loss if you risk too much. I have 200k of this that im totally comfortable losing if it goes sour, but I will double down if we go under 4. GL
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the sad thing is people dont realize that the big gainers that go 1k's % up, happen without any knowledge it seem. one day .0001 next day 1.00 so anytime things happen like this I learned to sit back and watch unless ialready hold then you bals at about 500% profit lol. Im still waiting for that day as well. like juice said who cares if its true just play the hype and run like hell. these are hard to hold for long term because what happens is the news fizzles out and the price drops like a rock. too fast to bail a lot of times.
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