NeuroMetrix (NURO) Announces Closure of $13.8M Preferred Stock, Warrants ... - StreetInsider.com

NeuroMetrix (NURO) Announces Closure of $13.8M Preferred Stock, Warrants …StreetInsider.comThe Company sold to a healthcare dedicated institutional investor 13,800 shares of Series C convertible preferred stock at a price of $1,000 per share, and two series of warrants to purchase an aggregate of approximately 10.8 million shares of common …NeuroMetrix Announces $13.8 Million At The Market Private Placement of …Business Wire (press release)NeuroMetrix secures $13.8M capital raise via private placementSeeking AlphaActive Stocks News Analysis: Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), Neurometrix (NASDAQ:NURO …wsnewspublishers all 13 news articles …read more … Continue reading

Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) Closes Conv. Notes Offering, Enters Registration ... - StreetInsider.com

Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) Closes Conv. Notes Offering, Enters Registration …StreetInsider.com… convertible notes (the “Notes”) and Series D common stock purchase warrants exercisable to acquire 3,503,116 shares of common stock (the “Warrants”), which represents 16.6% of the fully-diluted issued and outstanding as calculated pursuant to the SPA. and more …read more … Continue reading

Rennova Health, Inc. Announces Closing of Public Offering of Securities - CNNMoney

Rennova Health, Inc. Announces Closing of Public Offering of SecuritiesCNNMoneyRennova Health’s common stock and warrants are listed on the NASDAQ Capital Market under the symbol “RNVA” and “RNVAW,” respectively. Aegis Capital Corp. acted as the sole book-running manager for the offering. A registration statement relating to … and more …read more … Continue reading

NeuroMetrix Announces $13.8 Million At The Market Private Placement of ... - Business Wire (press release)

NeuroMetrix Announces $13.8 Million At The Market Private Placement of …Business Wire (press release)The Series C convertible preferred stock is convertible at any time into an aggregate of approximately 5.4 million shares of common stock at an initial conversion price of $2.55 per share, subject to certain ownership limitations. The Series C …Form 8-K Great Basin Scientific, For: Dec 23StreetInsider.com all 2 news articles …read more … Continue reading

Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) Stock Plummets on Senior Note, Stock Purchase ... - TheStreet.com

Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) Stock Plummets on Senior Note, Stock Purchase …TheStreet.comNEW YORK (TheStreet) — Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) stock is down 11.51% to $1.23 on heavy trading volume on Tuesday after the company announced it was issuing $22.1 million in senior convertible notes and common stock purchase warrants.Great Basin Scientific (GBSN) Issues $22.1M in Senior Convertible NotesStreetInsider.comGreat Basin Inks Deal to Sell $20.5M in Securities to Institutional InvestorsGenomeWebGreat Basin bags $18M capital raiseSeeking AlphaDigital Journalall 20 news articles …read more … Continue reading

A Year of Tips for Winning the Natural Resource Investment War

Energy investors are no strangers to boom-and-bust cycles. In fact, a number of the experts interviewed by The Energy Report in 2015 took a certain amount of glee in the opportunities they knew would open up in low-price markets for oil and gas, uranium and lithium. Let’s take a trip around the world as we recall the words of wisdom these experts shared, and see if they can spark a better understanding of what we can expect during the next turn around the sun. The Nuclear Option In this January interview, Exploration Insights Author Brent Cook took us to Canada’s revered Athabasca Basin to talk about one of the most-hated commodities. “Uranium is a long-term play. When I first started working with Rick Rule back in 1997, it was quite a few years before his contrarian thesis was proven right. But when it was, share prices of the few legitimate uranium companies increased tenfold or more. I suspect that his thesis will be proven right again. I would agree that the uranium sector is a place to intelligently deploy some money into the good deposits and the good companies.” In this January interview, Outsider Club founder Nick Hodge seconded the position of uranium as “a good contrarian bet.” He called nuclear energy “by far the safest form of baseload energy, and it is carbon free.” He pointed to China’s pollution problem and new commitment to clean energy. “It is looking for threefold nuclear growth by 2020 to 50 gigawatts (50 … Continue reading

A Year of Tips for Winning the Natural Resource Investment War

Energy investors are no strangers to boom-and-bust cycles. In fact, a number of the experts interviewed by The Energy Report in 2015 took a certain amount of glee in the opportunities they knew would open up in low-price markets for oil and gas, uranium and lithium. Let’s take a trip around the world as we recall the words of wisdom these experts shared, and see if they can spark a better understanding of what we can expect during the next turn around the sun. The Nuclear Option In this January interview, Exploration Insights Author Brent Cook took us to Canada’s revered Athabasca Basin to talk about one of the most-hated commodities. “Uranium is a long-term play. When I first started working with Rick Rule back in 1997, it was quite a few years before his contrarian thesis was proven right. But when it was, share prices of the few legitimate uranium companies increased tenfold or more. I suspect that his thesis will be proven right again. I would agree that the uranium sector is a place to intelligently deploy some money into the good deposits and the good companies.” In this January interview, Outsider Club founder Nick Hodge seconded the position of uranium as “a good contrarian bet.” He called nuclear energy “by far the safest form of baseload energy, and it is carbon free.” He pointed to China’s pollution problem and new commitment to clean energy. “It is looking for threefold nuclear growth by 2020 to 50 gigawatts (50 … Continue reading

2015: A Year of Investing Perspective

As we at The Gold Report interviewed the investing stars in 2015, we saw some patterns develop. Whether it was in the wake of terror attacks, bond defaults, currencies (we are looking at you, Swiss Central Bank and China, decoupling from the euro and dollar respectively), political drama in the U.S., Iran, Turkey, Ukraine and Germany or the long-rumored Federal Reserve interest rate hike, the call seemed to be for patience. Crises come and go, cycles have their way with commodities and then move on only to return again under another headline. Smart investors, according to the experts we interviewed, know that the way to weather these storms is to be diversified. The way to profit from them is to be contrarian. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and see what it tells us about the road ahead. Currency War Fallout Two perennial favorites, Rick Rule and Porter Stansberry, joined forces in a popular article in June to talk about protecting portfolios from currency wars. Rule called the currency wars “particularly good for precious metals, which have traditionally fared well in times of fear. It’s worth noting that precious metals, unlike most other commodities, respond to both greed and fear. But in my experience, fear has usually been the catalyst that begins to move precious metals higher.” He reiterated the need to invest when markets are down. “Equities markets and commodities markets generally are cyclical. A market that’s down by 90% is exactly 90% more attractive than it was … Continue reading

2015: A Year of Investing Perspective

As we at The Gold Report interviewed the investing stars in 2015, we saw some patterns develop. Whether it was in the wake of terror attacks, bond defaults, currencies (we are looking at you, Swiss Central Bank and China, decoupling from the euro and dollar respectively), political drama in the U.S., Iran, Turkey, Ukraine and Germany or the long-rumored Federal Reserve interest rate hike, the call seemed to be for patience. Crises come and go, cycles have their way with commodities and then move on only to return again under another headline. Smart investors, according to the experts we interviewed, know that the way to weather these storms is to be diversified. The way to profit from them is to be contrarian. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane and see what it tells us about the road ahead. Currency War Fallout Two perennial favorites, Rick Rule and Porter Stansberry, joined forces in a popular article in June to talk about protecting portfolios from currency wars. Rule called the currency wars “particularly good for precious metals, which have traditionally fared well in times of fear. It’s worth noting that precious metals, unlike most other commodities, respond to both greed and fear. But in my experience, fear has usually been the catalyst that begins to move precious metals higher.” He reiterated the need to invest when markets are down. “Equities markets and commodities markets generally are cyclical. A market that’s down by 90% is exactly 90% more attractive than it was … Continue reading