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  1. angry

    5,079 posts.
    There has been some discussion regarding WER and this new technology.
    Now upon placement, and I believe recent placements were done at 35 cents the market cap will be over $258 Mill, plus they will be paying World of Adam something like $10 + $45 + $120 Mill over the next 4 or 5 years.
    So if you add that to the $258Mill you get $433 Mill, for something in lab stage and not patented.
    If WER is worth 35 cents it is the equivalent of GCN worth $1.42 per share and SSI something over $17, (just for their holding in GCN)

    This is calculated by $434 Mill divided by shares on issue.

    GCN's technology is working, they have a patent and is being evaluated by telcos and mobile phone makers as we speak with deals well on the way.
    No one seems to know or have seen much of WER's.

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