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I am a retired US Government analyst, currently residing in Germany. I am also a shareholder in the company called Integral Technologies (OTCBB: ITKG), and have a desire to enlighten and share its great and still emerging story. I am well read, focused and appreciate challenging interactions which spark creativity and develop enlightenment. That is why I created the ElectriPlast Blog, and the reason I am here.

April 28, 2011

ElectriPlast: Tier One, Part Two


for the



to Drop

By Vince S
ElectriPlast™ Blog Editor

“Ah! my heart is weary waiting, Waiting for the May: Waiting for the pleasant rambles Where the fragrant hawthorn brambles, Where the woodbine alternating, Scent the dewy way; Ah! my heart is weary, waiting, Waiting for the May.”
Denis Florence McCarthy

The Merry Month of May!

When Denis McCarthy, the 19th century Irish poet, pinned his ode to the month of May, he had no idea that he would also be a futurist whose prose would summarize the hopes and aspirations of a group of future investors.

With baited breath (and weary waiting), Integral Technology shareholders anticipate the next 10-Q, which should be released in mid-May, to see if we had any sales from ElectriPlast™ during quarter ending 31 March. Based on a recent Company Corner article, Integral has adopted a new accounting method that will specifically identify invoiced amounts of ElectriPlast™ sent to customers.

To paraphrase a fellow shareholder whose knowledge of such matters runs deep, "In the last year plus, there have been several press releases that would have sent this stock flying five years ago." Those press releases detailed Integral's efforts to deploy ElectriPlast™ in the defense industry, the plastics sector and the automobile arena. Now, we are waiting for the other shoe to drop; i.e., news from one of those sectors.

Was LG Chem the Other Shoe?

No. As significant as that information was, the LG Chem news came out of the blue, unknown to all but a few Integral officers. It was totally unexpected at the EP Blog desk. Even so, it was welcomed because it validates what we shareholders have long believed; that progress is being made out there in the 350-plus NDA hinterland. Moreover, it is the first time ElectriPlast™. has been publicly acknowledged by a potential client. And at the SAE World Congress, no less. Now, LG Chem, would you please follow that up with a nice contract? After all, there can never be too many shoes dropping at the same time! Still, that is not the other shoe I expect to fall.

No, I am looking forward to 10-Q evidence that we are selling ElectriPlast™ pellets and/ or plaques in quantities large enough to indicate that we are meeting the requirement to put a part in the 2012 "prestigious European motorcar." According to the schedule I published earlier, parts manufacturers we ought to be close to making and shipping their parts to the automaker for the final pre-assembly line stage.

Personally, I think that proverbial shoe is hovering on a thread and will drop very soon. Of course, the ideal situation would be the announcement of a purchase order from one of those automobile manufacturers mentioned in months gone by. Reportedly, there are several that could get the ball rolling but, as we have found, events don't happen on ITKG shareholders want them to.

As another colleague, whom I respect for his pragmatism and business acumen, said, "We know there have been various 'sales' throughout the years that have been hidden in the minutia of the filings, but I think size really does matter at this point. Let's face it, after years and years of hyperbole, a few dollars of sales (even a few thousand dollars) will not be enough to excite most folks, at least not the current audience. Now, if we'd get 'sales,' followed by announcements of strategic partnerships, a legitimate Board of Directors, a move to a better exchange, etc., then we'll be in a better position to believe better days are ahead." (Actually, a move to a better exchange could only come after ITKG had maintained, among other things, a three month price per share averaging $4.) Right on, dude! We could use some of that about now! Other than the pps, I think we are almost there!

The 2012 Euro Motorcar

A few months ago, I stepped out on a limb (not the first time) and predicted the scheduling of the 2012 "prestigious European motorcar." According to that schedule, I had Jasper cranking out our part during the months of April or May to make the next stage, the final assembly of that 2012 "prestigious European motorcar."

I might be off by some few weeks, but I'm sticking to my original prediction, folks. It is time to fish or cut bait, Integral.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


April 29, 2011 10:40 PM  
Blogger PK... said...

Still here, and still kicking...

April 30, 2011 5:31 AM  
Anonymous hopeful said...

Pk, sure is nice to see your spirit and hopes are still alive after all the waiting and lack of news. I may not be as optimistic as you right now, but i still remain hopeful and appreciate your posts.

May 02, 2011 5:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that we are still in for a bit of a wait. ITKG said they would change the accounting procedures so that we get to see cash paid for electriplast on the 10Q. I expect that even if they change this the orders will be small. Though they did promise to do this and had best follow up...

To see significant revenue we will need to work to get a large order. The first one of significance will hopefully be at the end of this month. If that deal comes through it should start showing up on the following 10Q.

The hope is for a huge win here. The flip side is that the company dies on the vine. hoping for the best.

May 03, 2011 1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not sure we should get hung up on the revenues reported on the 10Q. That might sound odd right now, but to me what is more telling would be how many companies and the names of those companies that have ordered the samples. I will say this, if the revenues are materially more than what I am expecting (which isn't much at this point) I will be pleased, and may even pick up a few more shares.

May 04, 2011 6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just curious if anyone knows something i dont - the stock price has gone up the last few days

May 09, 2011 11:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PK, you sure are quiet these days....

May 10, 2011 6:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not sure why everyone's in a dither over ITKG listing sample sales as "Revenue" - they will need a whole lot more than that to even approach breakeven. My calcs show that even if they sold out their purported "capacity", they wouldn't come close to profitability. And a reasonable return on investment ($30M)? Not likely in this lifetime...

May 10, 2011 9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like defeat of the defeatist just as the party is getting started. Personally, I'm looking for great profits and skyrocketing share price...and in this life time.

May 11, 2011 7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There seems to be too much focus on the past by some. Bringing new technology to market takes time and money. I don't think that is some earth shattering statement, but it's the hard truth with a company like ITKG. The value of any stock is based on future expectations (valuation 101 boys and girls). For those who post negativity here and seem to have the blue chip investing mentality, have you ever seen Microsoft (or any other large cap stock) blow away their earnings estimate and take an immediate decrease in the share price? It's based on future expectation (i.e. revenues, earnings, growth, etc.).

May 11, 2011 7:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Valuation 101: completely discount past performance and only rely on future expectation? I think there are some boys and girls out there that would disagree. That's not valuation - its blind faith.

We've had ten years of broken promises, missed deadlines and a complete lack of any progress report or explanation combined with the scientific illiteracy of a company exec who maintains that his plastic can replace lead in car batteries are indicative of things to come. Why should anything change?

Technology development does take time. But this technology was developed years ago. They have spent the last several years proving that no one wants it while paying themselves handsomely to propagate a myth.

The facts show that this isn't technology development at all - but a very different scheme indeed.

May 13, 2011 7:05 PM  
Blogger PK... said...

Regarding the last caller --

change happens because that is its nature. It just works like that sometimes.

The premis you weave is that this is continues to be a static company, hosting disruptive material without a shred of proof by outside agencies to indicate it's worth or existance.

Well, in saying that, I must note -- these are tested materials -- certified by Underwriter's Lab.

While hard to prove anything to anyone over the Internet -- trust that there are still some resources in the real world which will tell you more on the truer aspects, such as the simple fact that ElectriPlast has indeed been vetted by this lab --

PK sends...

May 14, 2011 1:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) is an independent product safety certification organization.

Vetted? To be safe maybe....Not to work.

May 14, 2011 3:21 AM  
Blogger PK... said...

To the last poster --

Not to be rude, but your point is speculative to say the least--slanderous otherwise.

I hope you don't mind if I ask, but which specific product were you thinking of when you commented:

"Vetted? To be safe maybe....Not to work"?

Just curious, while still trying to keep the dialog real.

PK sends...

May 14, 2011 8:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speculative? Slanderous? From UL`s web page: "With more than a 116-year proven track record, UL has been defining safety from the public adoption of electricity to new breakthroughs that help protect our future. UL employees are committed to safeguarding people, places and products in new and innovative ways for today’s borderless world."

Were you not talking about Electriplast and UL when you claimed: "ElectriPlast has indeed been vetted by this lab --"?

And to keep this in the realm of "real", if you have evidence of UL`s functional testing of Electriplast`s working attributes, I`d sure like to see it.

May 14, 2011 9:40 PM  
Blogger PK... said...

Actually, we were talking the "worth or existence" surrounding ElectriPlast.

In that regard, UL & CE have tested (vetted) ElectriPlast products validating consumer "safety" standards based on their own testing metrics. That covers the question of "existence".

Rather than dance around the word soup and get ruffled over the fact that I misinterpeted a finer-point when I initially questioned your comment, let me point out the finer basis of my own line of commentary...

I am talking about ElectriPlast material, since while articles were submitted regarding the testing of EP-based products were tested by both UL & CE, the specifics on the products discussed were not disclosed. [while this does not discount the fact that there had to be some tangible thing(s) present to test -- I personally do not know what it/they were].

I laced my question with a layer of respect based on my level of ignorance on those specifics mentioned moments ago - if you know more share, otherwise, realize that I was nicely stating that you were simply talking out of you ass on things you were not privy or versed on, while passing your statement/opinion off as fact.

Now, again, I could be wrong in that assessment, and because the premis behind this blog is to share a level of enlightenment for all, I would greatly appreciate knowing if there was indeed a specific product being hinted to vice the notion that the ElectriPlast material itself was the actual focus of your statement -- which if that were the case, the UL testing/vetting readily discounts that commentary.

May 15, 2011 7:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No "enlightenment" in the last few posts. The only news is that Bill's got himself another employee and we have another picture of a battery. Hardly enlightening.

Which goes to show that nothing much has changed with ITKG in many years. We get nothing tangible. Nothing verifiable (unless its inconsequential, like "Ooooh. We have another board member." ) And worst of all, nothing profitable.

Change may be natural but ITKG seems to defy nature - nothing has changed.

May 16, 2011 7:41 PM  

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