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JBII = SEXIEST STORY STOCK I'VE EVER SEEN

JBII = SEXIEST STORY STOCK I'VE EVER SEEN

Massive breakout to happen soon IMO. Here's why:

(1) JBII is currently undergoing third party valuation with a national lab (used by the refineries) for their revolutionary waste plastic and tires to fuel that produces oil at less than $10/barrel. It may seem too good to be true but with the third party valuation complete shortly? All bets are off. There will be an all out media blitz like something you've never seen before IMO

(2) CEO is a highly credibility world famous celebrity that has worked with Paul Allen, co-founder of MSFT, is sole-sourced for the core business by NASA, contracted with the UN, US army, MIT, Harvard, major oil companies -- here's an independent magazine article on this genius:
http://www.niagarathisweek.com/news/article/84243

From the above article on the CEO John Bordynuik: Before attending Brock University in 1989, he told his bank he found $1.2 million in his account after he transferred it there through bank machines using a flaw in the bank's computer program. "Honest John," as the headlines called him, returned every cent even though he fought for nearly a week with bank officials who were saying the money was indeed his.

Conference Call:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ua1S...6527AB&index=0 (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at6Vt...6527AB&index=1 (part 2)
http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards...ge_id=43871790 (Q & A)

(3) Goal of 100 million barrels of oil per year by 2020 while consuming 60% of the waste plastic generated in 2007, according to the Q&A of CC.

(4) Zero dilution, low float due to huge insider ownership.

Websites:
http://JBIGlobal.com
http://www.johnbordynuik.com/
http://Plastic2Oil.com

Demonstration via prototype:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzJ6ZuiddnI

Detailed long version mega DD report: http://www.lighthouse57.com/JBIIBrochure.doc

Imagine.... Gasoline from waste plastic. Landfills without plastic. Stock Symbol JBII


JBII Board:
http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards...board_id=15341
post #162 of 453
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Originally Posted by PeterSLynch View Post
JBII = SEXIEST STORY STOCK I'VE EVER SEEN

Massive breakout to happen soon IMO. Here's why:

(1) JBII is currently undergoing third party valuation with a national lab (used by the refineries) for their revolutionary waste plastic and tires to fuel that produces oil at less than $10/barrel. It may seem too good to be true but with the third party valuation complete shortly? All bets are off. There will be an all out media blitz like something you've never seen before IMO

(2) CEO is a highly credibility world famous celebrity that has worked with Paul Allen, co-founder of MSFT, is sole-sourced for the core business by NASA, contracted with the UN, US army, MIT, Harvard, major oil companies -- here's an independent magazine article on this genius:
http://www.niagarathisweek.com/news/article/84243

From the above article on the CEO John Bordynuik: Before attending Brock University in 1989, he told his bank he found $1.2 million in his account after he transferred it there through bank machines using a flaw in the bank's computer program. "Honest John," as the headlines called him, returned every cent even though he fought for nearly a week with bank officials who were saying the money was indeed his.

Conference Call:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ua1S...6527AB&index=0 (part 1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at6Vt...6527AB&index=1 (part 2)
http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards...ge_id=43871790 (Q & A)

(3) Goal of 100 million barrels of oil per year by 2020 while consuming 60% of the waste plastic generated in 2007, according to the Q&A of CC.

(4) Zero dilution, low float due to huge insider ownership.

Websites:
http://JBIGlobal.com
http://www.johnbordynuik.com/
http://Plastic2Oil.com

Demonstration via prototype:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzJ6ZuiddnI

Detailed long version mega DD report: http://www.lighthouse57.com/JBIIBrochure.doc

Imagine.... Gasoline from waste plastic. Landfills without plastic. Stock Symbol JBII


JBII Board:
http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards...board_id=15341
We have one of the most amazingt stocks here that I've ever seen........z
post #163 of 453
JBII to $20+ IMO
post #164 of 453
I'm looking for a minimum of $5 by Christmas, and $50 by this time next year......sounds like a pipe dream, but not when you think of Plastic 2 Oil Franchises popping up like freaking mushrooms all throughout 2010.........Gonna start one myself as a matter of fact.....already have the area picked out.............z
post #165 of 453
Company is looking at 100M Barrels production by 2020:

Q: any idea of the timeframe to move to NASDAQ? Can this happen in 2010?
A: We have to meet the NASDAQ requirements for number of shareholders, revenues, and share price. We are just waiting to satisfy the minimum share price.
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Q: Are ther plans for smaller P2O for smaller communities?
A: Small communities consume a lot of plastic. We need several P2O sites in Niagara alone. There are some studies on the net relating to plastic consumption in a small community in the UK. I'll forward a link later.
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Q: to produce 100 million barrels/year would require JBI to only 591 processors running 365 days a year. This would translate into only 4 million tons of plastic. Isn't this a very conservative number? Waste plastic in the US is estimated to be 15 m tons/year
A: In our estimates we assume that 20 tons of plastic will produce 110 barrels of oil.
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Q: Are you planning to do a reverse split in order to meet the minimum shareprice to apply for NASDAQ?
A: No way. We'll get there on revenue and earnings. It's the only way to do it right.
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Q: Can't the oil be sold directly to large users?
A: Yes it can but we have a customer willing to pick it up all day long at aprox $74/barrel at today’s price.
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Q: What share price does Nasdaq require? How many OS will there be after the preffered issue?
A: $5/share. The OS will be below 50M. Based on a P2O machine producing in excess of $2M/profit/year it is not difficult to achieve even if we trade at a conservative multiple.
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Q: How is the feedstock put into the hopper? Conveyor system?
A: A conveyor. It's a trade secret how the plastic enters the reactor.
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Q: Do you care to make any forward-looking statements regarding revenue projections for all combined entities for 1H2010?
A: That will depend totally on P2O. It is our home run and the numbers are attractive. Negative cost in, 15% of weight converted to gas to run the system, paid for the oil output. It's a great growth model. You'll get numbers when P2O is validated.
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Q: can he feedstock hopper be loading whiile the processor is converting?
A: The. The processor is continuous or batch. We can load plastic into the system as long as the condensers are not overloaded. The system will feed plastic into the reactor. The feedstock enters in an oxygen free environment.
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z
post #166 of 453
EMail form CEO:

JBII~what are your guys opinions of this message from the CEO?

I think this is worth watching over the next 4-6 weeks. The P2O machine is in third party validation by a state certified lab. The CEO is exuding incredible confidence in the process.

I've received some feedback from shareholders lately who believe JBI should engage some level of stock promotion to end "manipulation". I have reviewed a number of options: stock promoters and funds. They all do the same thing: pump and dump the stock, to the detriment of the new shareholders left wondering what happen...ed. After reviewing many promoters and their backgrounds, we will not be engaging any of them.

Funds are no better. Their methods aren't so visible but accomplish the same thing: sell (pump) their stock to clients. If certain shareholders want promotion, volume, etc... then they can pay for it. IMO, building real revenues and earnings are key to our stock price and volume. P2O will obviously drive it and end any MM games.

You're witnessing something rare: a company's stock trading without a biased analyst BS'ing you and no stock promoters taking advantage of thousands of people. The company has no free trading shares to sell - its up to our shareholders to spread the word. Our trading pattern isn't odd.. it's what the market would look ...like without promoters, paid analysts or funds selling their stock to a song and dance.


z
post #167 of 453
NASA trusts JBII:



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post #168 of 453
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Originally Posted by PeterSLynch View Post
JBII = SEXIEST STORY STOCK I'VE EVER SEEN
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(1) JBII is currently undergoing third party valuation with a national lab (used by the refineries) for their revolutionary waste plastic and tires to fuel that produces oil at less than $10/barrel. It may seem too good to be true but with the third party valuation complete shortly? All bets are off. There will be an all out media blitz like something you've never seen before IMO

(3) Goal of 100 million barrels of oil per year by 2020 while consuming 60% of the waste plastic generated in 2007, according to the Q&A of CC.

(4) Zero dilution, low float due to huge insider ownership.

Imagine.... Gasoline from waste plastic. Landfills without plastic. Stock Symbol JBII


JBII Board:
http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards...board_id=15341


Just how do they plan on getting 60% of all plastic waste? Even in a dream world it would be considered great if they could get maybe 5-10% of all plastic waste. No way they could ever top 20% ever...

And

"Q: to produce 100 million barrels/year would require JBI to only 591 processors running 365 days a year. This would translate into only 4 million tons of plastic. Isn't this a very conservative number? Waste plastic in the US is estimated to be 15 m tons/year
A: In our estimates we assume that 20 tons of plastic will produce 110 barrels of oil."

What? If 20 tons gets 110 barrels...then to get 100 mil barrels will take..18.2 million tons of plastic. Which is more than ALL the plastic waste in the U.S.
post #169 of 453
JBII - Big P2O works - it's a done deal. We needed a second set of eyes to validate the processor for mass rollout and safety (and bragging rights) which will allow us to promote P2O in the mainstream news. -- John Bordynuik, CEO
post #170 of 453
"Big P2O works - it's a done deal. We needed a second set of eyes to validate the processor for mass rollout and safety (and bragging rights) which will allow us to promote P2O in the mainstream news."
~~John Bordynuik, CEO of JBII, 12/1/09
post #171 of 453
Look at the CMF on JBII.......gonna be taking off very soon here:



z
post #172 of 453
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Originally Posted by PeterSLynch View Post
"Big P2O works - it's a done deal. We needed a second set of eyes to validate the processor for mass rollout and safety (and bragging rights) which will allow us to promote P2O in the mainstream news."
~~John Bordynuik, CEO of JBII, 12/1/09

Chart looks awesome........z
post #173 of 453
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Originally Posted by Bigcat View Post
Just how do they plan on getting 60% of all plastic waste? Even in a dream world it would be considered great if they could get maybe 5-10% of all plastic waste. No way they could ever top 20% ever...

And

"Q: to produce 100 million barrels/year would require JBI to only 591 processors running 365 days a year. This would translate into only 4 million tons of plastic. Isn't this a very conservative number? Waste plastic in the US is estimated to be 15 m tons/year
A: In our estimates we assume that 20 tons of plastic will produce 110 barrels of oil."

What? If 20 tons gets 110 barrels...then to get 100 mil barrels will take..18.2 million tons of plastic. Which is more than ALL the plastic waste in the U.S.
Are my questions not valid? Or are you two guys just pumpers that came over from the yahoo boards?
post #174 of 453
Level 2: 1.09, 1.11, 1.11 x 1.12, 1.199,1.199 .......z
post #175 of 453
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Originally Posted by Bigcat View Post
Are my questions not valid? Or are you two guys just pumpers that came over from the yahoo boards?

Sorry....didn't see your post.......thought it was just me posting here....lol.

Well 60% is only 10% more than half........and when you think of franchises in most cities, it's not unreasonable............Microsoft has 90% of computers, right?...........z
post #176 of 453
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Originally Posted by Bigcat View Post
Just how do they plan on getting 60% of all plastic waste? Even in a dream world it would be considered great if they could get maybe 5-10% of all plastic waste. No way they could ever top 20% ever...

And

"Q: to produce 100 million barrels/year would require JBI to only 591 processors running 365 days a year. This would translate into only 4 million tons of plastic. Isn't this a very conservative number? Waste plastic in the US is estimated to be 15 m tons/year
A: In our estimates we assume that 20 tons of plastic will produce 110 barrels of oil."

What? If 20 tons gets 110 barrels...then to get 100 mil barrels will take..18.2 million tons of plastic. Which is more than ALL the plastic waste in the U.S.

In 2006 the US generated 30M Tons. ( http://lifelessplastic.blogspot.com/...tic-waste.html )It's 3 years later now, and by 2020, how much do you think it will be?

And let's not forget that JBII is an International company......The JavaCo acquisition got us a foot in the door in Mexico, and South America.

Also, remember that this process works on tires as well...............z
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post #178 of 453
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Originally Posted by zardiw View Post
Sorry....didn't see your post.......thought it was just me posting here....lol.

Well 60% is only 10% more than half........and when you think of franchises in most cities, it's not unreasonable............Microsoft has 90% of computers, right?...........z
But how will they get people to give them plastic instead of throwing it away? People are way too lazy. No way they could ever collect even 10% of all plastic waste.

I'm not saying it's a bad company or stock. Just be reasonable with your posts.

People buy computers..thats completly different than people throwing away plastic. First people have to recycle and Americans are too lazy. Then they would have to somehow collect it. How much would it cost to cellect and deliver enough plastic waste to make 1 barrel of product?
post #179 of 453
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Originally Posted by Bigcat View Post
But how will they get people to give them plastic instead of throwing it away? People are way too lazy. No way they could ever collect even 10% of all plastic waste.

I'm not saying it's a bad company or stock. Just be reasonable with your posts.

People buy computers..thats completly different than people throwing away plastic. First people have to recycle and Americans are too lazy. Then they would have to somehow collect it. How much would it cost to cellect and deliver enough plastic waste to make 1 barrel of product?
It's not coming from just individuals.....companies have a need to get rid of scrap plastic........carpet is made of plastic.......it could be separated from other trash by waste companies........there are already separate trash cans for recyclables, but now they all just go to the landfill anyway.....I talked to my local recycler, and she gets a lot of calls from people wanting to recycle plastic.....Even if you paid a nominal price for it, you would make a huge profit.........If we build it, they will come.......lol.......z
post #180 of 453
Not to mention that the machine works on tires also...........et z
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