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Tandem Diabetes Care (TNDM): Pumping Up Risk

by Sonya Colberg, Senior Editor, 4/19/2018 7:24:10 AM

TheStreetSweeper issues an alert for investors in Tandem Diabetes Care (TNDM)!

The San-Diego based company has launched five versions of its insulin pump amid $477 million in losses since inception a dozen years ago.

The stock has shot up and is now positioned to plunge as risks escalate, including:

*A raft of $3.50 warrants for over 9 million shares pose significant dilution potential and stand to increase the hefty $337 million market cap.

*The CEO has recently taken advantage of the high stock price and warrant opportunity to sell stock through his trust.

*Tandem is a small, undifferentiated player in a field dominated by Medtronic.

*Heavy weights J&J and Roche have transitioned out of the insulin field, amid heavy competition, making Medtronic their partner-of-choice.

* Tandem is investing in more sales people and commercialization, which will require fresh infusions from more dilutive financing.

*Big banks, retirement funds and other institutions show very minimal interest in the stock .. and positions have plunged by 7.7 million shares.


Odyssey Marine Exploration (OMEX): Drifting To The Bottom Of The Sea

by Sonya Colberg, Senior Editor, 4/17/2018 7:32:25 AM

TheStreetSweeper issues an alert for investors considering Odyssey Marine Exploration (OMEX).

The Tampa, Florida company once lured investors with swashbuckling explorations of gold-laden shipwrecks. But now, as a mundane marine service company, focus has turned to the unapproved plan of dredging seabed phosphate off the coast of Mexico.

Odyssey has already run through $235 million of investors’ money and the investment risks are blowing up:

*The stock has shot up more than 200% since mid-March. This unwarranted, dangerous increase positions the stock to suddenly unwind.

*The company is debt-riddled, cash-poor and rapidly burning existing cash.

*Annual revenue has dropped to the lowest level in over a decade.

*Odyssey just sold more assets. Most of the few remaining assets have been pledged to lenders.

*Odyssey refuses to disclose estimated massive costs of the Don Diego project.

*The biggest short-term harm to current shareholders would be if Odyssey really did get the Don Diego permit. Exploding costs and tremendous dilution would crush shareholders.


JAMN Finally Spills the Beans -- And It's an Ugly Mess

by Janice Shell, 6/2/2011 10:32:51 AM

* Editor's Note: Readers can access links to additional backup documents for this story by clicking here for TheStreetSweeper's original investigative report on this company.

Late Tuesday afternoon, after missing earlier deadlines, Jammin Java (OTC: JAMN.OB) filed a long-awaited annual report packed with enough eye-opening news to keep investors up all night. That mandatory filing, unaccompanied with a cheerful press release heralding its arrival, served as a painful wake-up call to shareholders already burned by a rapid plunge in the company’s stock price.

To be sure, the 10-K offered investors little reason to sing. For starters, the filing reveals, this once-hot “coffee company” sells no coffee of its own at all. JAMN relies on a supplier based in frigid Canada – far away from the tropical Jamaican home of its co-founder Rohan Marley – to provide the company with an actual product to sell to its customers instead.

Back in April of 2010, JAMN inked a “supply and toll agreement” with Canterbury Coffee of British Columbia that gave it access to some brew. According to that agreement, JAMN relies on Canterbury to fulfill every role – save a minor one – normally satisfied by a firm that classifies itself as a coffee company. Canterbury purchases the coffee beans. It roasts them. And it then packages them in bags supplied by JAMN – the company’s only real product – for sale to the public.

JAMN signed this deal more than a year ago, right before Shane Whittle – a notorious Vancouver stock promoter – officially resigned as CEO of the company. But the company never mentioned that agreement, seemingly material enough to warrant at least a quiet 8-K report, in a single regulatory filing until now.   

Jammin Java (JAMN): Hot Stock ... Bitter Aftertaste?

by Janice Shell, 6/2/2011 10:30:25 AM

It’s time to wake up and smell the coffee! That’s exactly what Jammin Java (OTC: JAMN.OB), a heavily promotedcoffee company, and – for very different reasons – TheStreetSweeper would like investors to do.

Since the beginning of the year, JAMN has miraculously risen from the ashes of the “Grey Market” graveyard to become one of the liveliest – and richest – stocks in the entire microcap arena. JAMN has seen its stock shoot straight toward heaven, soaring from 55 cents to peak above $6 a share on massive daily volume, with its market value nowtopping $355 million despite the company’s limited resources and operating history. (As covered in more detail below, two of the Internet tout sheets pushing JAMN the hardest effectively vanished -- disabled by their Internet servers -- on the day the stock’s trading volume exploded past 20 million shares.) 

JAMN stands out for its powerful connections, the first loudly celebrated by the company and the second – involving a notorious stock promoter – carefully hidden from view.


CCME: Few Signs of Life at 'Healthy' Chinese Firm

by Roddy Boyd, 3/23/2011 9:30:34 AM

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