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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Naturally Splendid Enterprises Ltd. V.NSP

Alternate Symbol(s):  NSPDD

Naturally Splendid operates a certified food manufacturing facility producing plant-based entrees, in the Greater Vancouver region in Canada. The Company has an exclusive 10-year manufacturing, distribution and licensing agreement for Canada with Australia’s largest plant-based food manufacturer. Naturally Splendid has launched Plantein™ Plant-Based Foods in both Foodservice and Retail Channels.

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dontknowmuch (103) | March 06, 2022 02:24 pm

divot111 wrote:
RE:RE:Good time to slip this in.......
It's always about what others are doing while NSP dilutes and erodes shareholder value with imho crapola financials. Insiders still making bank though the whole time but I guess if you want to be guaranteed bank open up a public business. Looking out for number one is not a bad thing. I 'dontknowmuch' about what NSP is doing currently as updating the shareholder does not seem to be priority at the moment but thanks for showing the other successes again. Does anyone know? Always seemingly late to the party. The trick is to get some intel on when the next bandwagon is going to roll through town. Once it rolls down mainstreet it is already too late imho.
Production line? Denny's? Cavlintab (CavaltinibTM)...?    2008 Ford escape?

Self proclaimed stock guru Parry? Hardly

Here are a couple good reads. 7 years ago and 6 years ago respectively. Always do your DD. Anything sound familiar? I love the second title. Wild Success? What happened? Lol 
https://stockhouse.com/opinion/interviews/2015/04/15/naturally-splendid-v-nsp-boosts-brain-trust-to-grow-to-next-level
 https://stockhouse.com/opinion/interviews/2016/06/17/naturally-splendid-v-nsp-the-wild-success-you-may-never-heard
Good luck
 
RE:Self proclaimed stock guru Parry? Hardly
Cash flow positive yet? Hahahaha. How many years does it take when they were closing in on it six years ago according to Goodwin? Derrrrrrr. Pumpetty pump pump! Hahahahahahahahahahaha
 
RE:RE:Self proclaimed stock guru Parry? Hardly
Anyways. Those are just two examples of why I put zero faith and no monies in this CEO and his team. There are many more. Nevermind today's shareprice and shares outstanding. Good luck

 
cparry - July 16, 2015 - Post# 23931414
 
 
Hey “divot111”,

Still stuck in the past I see. I know, I know you lost money on NSP years ago, can’t get past it and can’t accept responsibility for your own decisions. Oh wait, maybe Goodwin hacked your account and stopped you from selling for a profit when you had the chance – shame on him!!

Since you haven't customized your Avatar… this would be a good one for you ;<)

*****

A while ago you said you felt like Trump…yeah you probably should…your four posts inserted on the board trying so hard to be relevant but seen for what you are :<(

*****
Be safe!
 
*****

Living in the sunshine
Always DYODD
DKM

 

RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

divot111 (85) | March 07, 2022 09:58 pm

Not stuck in the past dude. I am just pointing out the type of promotion this company engages in and the results and/or lack of results of said promotions. I picked a couple examples from a few years ago but if you prefer I could give you some more recent examples such as Cavaltinib. As far as what I have made or lost on my investment in NSP you nor anyone else have any idea.

Also you can percieve me as a cry baby all you want. I am showing valid reasons why others should do their DD before sinking a bunch of cash into NSP. I am not telling anyone to not invest but I do suggest anyone who does lock in profits at some point based on past performance. I am not responsible for the promotion or rhetoric they use while promoting either now or in the past. It is also not my fault that the history of said promotion is still on the internet for all to see. The past performance of any company and it's leaders is way more relevant to investors than any current forward looking statements. 

If this company ever creates actual sustained shareholder value in the way of shareprice increase I will give them credit for doing so. Until then I will continue to focus on the reality of the current near all time low share price. Numbers are all that matters and the relevant numbers imho are lacking the necessary value shareholders need. Just my opinion. Of course your opinion is the opposite. It always has been. Even when this was over a dollar per share. How are you not ridden with embarrasment following your 7 or 8 year pumpathon? Keep pumping er down bud.

Good luck

 

RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

bagcheese (263) | March 08, 2022 08:58 am

I never promoted you as a crybaby. I’ve made verbal disclosure when I bought, at the price and that I have previously owned NSP multiple times. For myself or anyone to take you legitimately, we would essentially have to either have disclosure of share ownership, (yes or no) and secondarily the price bought. You can make any arguments you wish, however if people don’t know your invested bias or uninvested or short bias, how does one then take your arguments or points of view?

Of all the markets NSP has been focused on, I think the current sector they are focused in has more promise than any of the past initiatives. Their infrastructure and operations have never been more capable and the management team I would say is better than average. As far as investor relations they need to do better keeping the shareholders and marketplace accosted of happenings. However, I have speculated/ remember hearing that management has been participating in the PP and accumulating shares and/or have significant share ownership.

My opinion isn’t so opposite, yes I gave one observation about the share price being over .30 cents in 6 different years. However, I am detaching the current share price from the underlying business. I feel NSP is deserving of a higher present share price than it currently has due to it’s future potential but also as well as its current operations and abilities. And as a slightly related point, when NSP went over a dollar per share, it was when investment in the Venture index was at all a decade low in volume and the investor relations and news was much more regular and flowing. Because of this lack of news we are naturally left to work with the information we have.

Instead of calling it a pump, I have made amazing money from NSP and I have an acquaintance that has made much, much more. I think a true pump would be if the share price were to be a lot higher and pumpers pump the momentum as it climbs. NSP share price (not company) has been at the basement recently. It’s not exactly easy to pump a stock that’s at its lowest all time share price yet the business footprint is exponentially larger than when it went over a dollar. When it went over a dollar it was nowhere near the business it currently is today, not even close.

You can buy NSP now for 3 cents. My entire argument is, NSP, its business and all it’s current moving parts are worth many multiples it’s current share price especially considering the potential and sector they have concentrated in. NSP survived Covid, supply chain disruption, a flight to safer securities and last month we closed up on the monthly. The base is slowing forming and if NSP closes at .035 cents or higher this month, the trend is still in play.

As far as embarrassment, how can I be, I’ve made money from NSP, made disclosure on my current position and see value in NSP, especially considering the current share price. If you aren’t embarrassed, why don’t you make disclosure if you own NSP shares or not? Go even further and state the share price(s) you are in NSP at … if you’re not embarrassed of course.

RE:RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

divot111 (85) | March 08, 2022 01:27 pm

Bagcheese. My post was directed at dontknowmuch. I assumed that was obvious. 

RE:RE:RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

dontknowmuch (103) | March 08, 2022 03:56 pm

divot111 wrote: Bagcheese. My post was directed at dontknowmuch. I assumed that was obvious. 


Hey “divot111”,

So what if “bagcheese” responded to your post that was directed at me; typical of you adding your little dig “I assumed that was obvious”.  You really are just a bag of human excrement!

His post was well thought out, reasoned, relevant and devoid of name calling…I liked it :<)

Not sure why you feel the need to point out any examples of company promotion – past or present – good or bad.  Inferring that anyone thinking of buying NSP or who actually owns NSP is too stupid to think for themselves?

Damn, I keep forgetting that you suffer from a messiah complex, no other explanation for your continued presence here.  

True, no one knows for sure whether you made or lost money on NSP, only you, but you are an honest guy …aren’t you?  Shouldn’t we believe what you say about your own investing? 

“divot111” - July 15, 2015 - Post# 23927664
I can buy shares much lower than .70 at anytime fool. Heck, could have got some at .335 today but waiting for revenue announcement that doesn't include selling of more shares. Might nibble a bit in the .20's, might not. We will see. FYI, I bought shares at .70 too and sold them at .46 for a loss that would have been much larger if I held on to them. Investing 101 fool. Sometimes you gotta take your loss and stop the bleeding.

I do agree, not your fault that everyone’s history is still on the internet for all to see. 
 
I know you are kind of a sensitive guy so maybe cry baby was a little harsh, we could just stick with the Trump theme, clown works just as well

You are correct; everyone should be doing DD before sinking any money into any stock.

This is from one of my first posts 8 years ago in 2014 on the NSP bullboard… pretty much the same as it is now.  May not be on a 100% of my posts but pretty close, it’s all on the internet for all to see ;<)

April 01, 2014 - Post# 22397400
“Living in the sunlight”
Always DYODD
DKM


I didn’t realize you hadn’t figured it out in all this time.  Do Your Own Due Diligence :<0

I openly admit that I am a NSP cheerleader, but far from being a pumper.  I do admit that I may have come close to crossing the line that one time in 8 years when I posted “I think now is a good time to buy”.  I don’t post about NSP on other stock`s bullboards. 

I think you are projecting again, since you are the one who keeps “pumping” your sad picks on this board: "Check out LITT, UI, DAC, ANK, GHG, PKG, VIS and NERD if you want to make back imho all of your mega losses here over the years."

If anyone should be “ridden with embarrassment” for their behaviour over the past 8 years I think you should have a look in the mirror.  Scary I know, but it might do you some good ;<)

*****
Be safe!
 
*****

Living in the sunshine
Always DYODD
DKM



RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

divot111 (85) | March 08, 2022 04:14 pm

I agree his post was well thought out, relevant and void of name calling. Certainly can't say the same for your reply. Didn't claim others can't think for themselves. Just giving them relevant information that they may not have seen. 

You are a sad angry person who obviously would rather continue calling names and yelling at others when they bring up the reality of NSP and your complete failure as an NSP cheerleader. 

We are talking about NSP, not my bad choices that have nothing to do with NSP. You should be embarrased not only for your 8 year NSP failure but for the fact you deflect to things that have nothing to do with your failure. Blame Goodwin et al pumptard. They made all of the decisions.

You should actually try 'living in the sunshine' angry person. You clearly are not doing as you claim regarding that recurring claim.

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

dontknowmuch (103) | March 08, 2022 04:41 pm

divot111 wrote:

I agree his post was well thought out, relevant and void of name calling. Certainly can't say the same for your reply. Didn't claim others can't think for themselves. Just giving them relevant information that they may not have seen. 

You are a sad angry person who obviously would rather continue calling names and yelling at others when they bring up the reality of NSP and your complete failure as an NSP cheerleader. 

We are talking about NSP, not my bad choices that have nothing to do with NSP. You should be embarrased not only for your 8 year NSP failure but for the fact you deflect to things that have nothing to do with your failure. Blame Goodwin et al pumptard. They made all of the decisions.

You should actually try 'living in the sunshine' angry person. You clearly are not doing as you claim regarding that recurring claim.




Hey “divot111”,

You triggered much ;<)

Name calling and yelling…more projection on your part…I just give you back what you send out.

I’m crushed you think I'm a sad angry person and a failed NSP cheerleader, how will I go on? :<(

In the end, I’m not the guy who:

- lost money in NSP years ago and can’t get over it
- can’t take responsibility for his own decisions, instead blames the company CEO
- posts his unrelated sad stock picks on the NSP board
- posts on a board in which he professes not to own stock
- is only here to warn others and save them money
- etc.,etc.
 
Heading out now to find some sunshine :<)
 
*****
Be safe!

*****

Living in the sunshine
Always DYODD
DKM



RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Living in the past... feeling like a Trump...

divot111 (85) | March 09, 2022 02:11 am

Angry, Angry, Angry..... one day you will wake up and direct your anger towards the ones who eroded the value of your failed 8 year investment. I don't think you are a failed NSP cheerleader. I know you are. Maybe post the short report again. That seems to work. Hahahaha! Keep pumping er down bud!