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    Acuity Brands, Inc.

    by jcreamer009 13 hours ago

    jacked--how do we know whose LEDs are in the fixtures? Are they listed on a Lithonia catalog sheet for the product they sold? Thanks.

  • follow your own advice, otherwise, keep quiet

  • CORRECTION to my previously posted FACTS. I said "July" instead of JUNE 2014 as options which expired worthless. They were in fact JUNE 2014 CALLS which I purchased and lost my principal and commissions on. I don't want to be characterized as being either forgetful or not telling the truth. We've got enough of the other from one particular poster on this board as it is. Truth from me, Adios to him.

  • It's pure baloney, latticepower has very little presence in the LED market, hardly a leader by any stretch my low IQ friend.

  • How about you do a search on pending lawsuits filed in California against ETi ? Lazy #$%$,

  • Reply to

    Acuity Brands, Inc.

    by jcreamer009 13 hours ago

    Another win for Lumileds.

  • Wow Mr disingenuous is calling someone else a manipulator ? That's rich.

  • Here's one of my posts,jpm,pjm/faux trader/mr bluster-----It's worth repeating!! Go back and find it and read the rest of my posts, pal. I'm done with you. Everyone else should be as well. BUT, have the last word, Mr Bluster. "davebugs----Your strategy is perfect with the fluctuations we've seen. I believe CREE is destined for greater things, while I think you don't share that opinion. I'm okay with that. I think there's a greater chance of CREE buying GE's product line, than GE buying CREE, but I think both are a possibility. Don't waste you time on a guy who fancies himself as a market timer and who would likely rather create a screen name similar to his own in order to put out a bogus call on a stock in order to move the market on a thinly traded stock. The internet is full of faux "traders", and we've recently inherited one on this board.As for CREE, I remain long and strong, both near term and long term. The lighting market wants and needs SMART LED lighting fixtures from CREE, the acknowledgde quality leader. Let the faux market timers talk, but don't answer them. They'll go away sooner rather than alter then. Let them talk and then they'll walk. Probably wasn't Porter who said it, but Collins instead. Last post for the time being here. I'm waiting for the next earnings surprise and acquisition. Nothing else to say until then. . . GLTA " ADIOS MR BLUSTER!!

  • Reply to

    JP need analisis

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 2:46 PM

    aaron---I'm leaving Mr Bluster in your capable hands. His lies no longer dignify a response from me. My messages to him will subsequently come from others. I'm off to see the Wizard. . .Have a great weekend.

  • Reply to

    CREE Short

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 8:57 AM

    jpm/pjm/mrbluster/forgetfuldamnliar---No, I didn't read that in The Economist. I stated that it was MY OPINION. Have you ever been wrong, big man? Have you ever told the truth? Good luck to shareholders and employees of CREE and all the other companies I won shares in. I sure hope it's okay with jpm that I say that. These chauvinists just don't get it, ever. Sorry to know about your ED, jpm. Adios, big man.

  • Some people have faulty memories and other people are just liars and damn liars. Perhaps jpm is all of the above. Let's check his "FACTS". What does the SEC consider to be "inside information"?? I have never said I have inside information about any stock. I don't do inside information, period. I merely related a statement from a gal pal of mine in Detroit who said she believed that RVLT was headed much higher. I'll bet I may have said the same thing a couple of other times in the past although I don't recall exactly when or which stocks they were nor do I remember what the results were on those particular stocks. With regards to RVLT, there was some hope among investors in the shares that in addition to having strong and experienced leadership in the company, that there would be orders forthcoming on a bunch of relighting business in Detroit, where one of the RVLT companies resides. I merely made a statement and MADE NO TRADES IN THE STOCK. In fact, the last time I bought any RVLT securities was in DECEMBER 2013. I lost money on expired options in March and July 2014. NO STOCK TRADES MADE IN 2014. So much for "inside information", Mr Bluster. . You, however, claimed to make a trade that was IMPOSSIBLE to have been made based on time and sales of the security in question. That was the day I quit believing anything you say, Mr Bluster. As for my current and past securities holdings, Mr Bluster, please don't worry yourself silly about Sally. I bought 18,000 shares of CREE prior to it splitting the first time. If you think that I've got a losing position in CREE you are about as far wrong as a person could possibly be. . It's why you are settling for $155 in profit on one of your best trades and I'm buying golf courses. I have made NO FINAL DECISION on ENOC. I bought shares I believe on 6 or 7 occasions, and the initial purchase price was $15.86. I will NOT lose money on my ownership of ENOC securities. Sorry to bust your bubble, forgetful damn liar.

  • ATLANTA - June 10, 2014 - ThedaCare(TM) health system selected outdoor LED lighting from Acuity Brands, Inc. (AYI) to address safety, energy and maintenance concerns at two of its leading campuses. Sixty high-performance D-Series LED luminaires from Lithonia Lighting® were installed in parking areas to replace 84 existing high-pressure sodium (HPS) and metal halide (MH) fixtures, delivering a projected annual energy savings of more than $40,000.

    "We knew this project was special from the beginning, and it was reaffirmed when the Lighting Energy Efficiency in Parking (LEEP) Campaign selected our Appleton Medical Center parking project as the winner for the `Highest Percentage Savings in a Retrofit at a Single Parking Structure` category," said ThedaCare Sustainability Leader Paul Linzmeyer. "It is clear the D-Series family of fixtures have enabled ThedaCare to continue to progress in the right direction for our sustainability and energy savings goals, while also increasing the quality of light on our campuses to enhance the safety of staff, patients and visitors. Since the installation, we have seen significant improvement in energy efficiency and light quality."

  • Reply to

    silence of the lambs is deafening

    by jcreamer009 Jul 8, 2014 12:55 PM

    Since you do not value my insight, why bother asking?

    You sure play the CREEpy CREE management thug stereotype to a T.

  • Reply to

    JP need analisis

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 2:46 PM

    Trading Halted in CYNK Friday 7/11/14 at 8:07am.

  • Here is a post from Silly Sally 2938 on March 5, 2014, pumping RVLT. He purports to have inside information that the stock price will rise. At the time of the post, RVLT was in the low 3's, and with days, this poster Sal and his buddies pumped it to 4. It has slowly slid back now to the low/mid 2's.

    Those are just facts. Look at this post, go back and see it before Sal erases it (will be gone within minutes, like all of them are), and then look at the chart for RVLT and the dates I'm telling you.

    Just got an email from an old friend.
    sillysally2938 by sillysally2938 • Mar 5, 2014 11:13 AM Flag
    Said she thinks RVLT's about to ride much higher. eom

    UPDATE -- The post is still up for anyone to see themselves.

    RVLT is still off 40% from where Silly Sally 2938 was pumping the stock in early March.
    Just around the same time he was pumping $25 calls on the ENOC board (Enoc is under $18 today).

    If his posts are true that he holds a large, long-term position in CREE (still down 30% from where Silly Sally was pumping it at 70), and a smaller position in Enoc that he intends to liquidate after the next report, then Silly Sally has incurred huge unrealized losses in these stocks, and is about to realize his significant loss in ENOC.

    Not exactly someone you want to take stock advice from.

  • Reply to

    CREE Short

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 8:57 AM

    This past January, Silly Sally 2938 pulled out his crystal ball and pumped on this board - as he often does - the EXACT OPPOSITE of what was about to occur:

    Cree 60 W equivalents available in Denver area for $7.97 each at HD
    by denverdude123 •Jan 15, 2014 9:59 AM
    sillysally2938 sillysally2938 • Jan 15, 2014 12:00 PM

    ...Margin expansion is taking place, in my opinion. The bears will soon be hibernating. GLTA shareholders and employees.
    Sentiment: Buy

    Did he read THAT in the Economist?

  • Reply to

    JP need analisis

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 2:46 PM

    aaron---remember you can't trust a known liar like Mr Bluster. Like all liars, they speak some truth but always revert to lies, especially about the faux trades they make.

  • Reply to

    CREE Short

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 8:57 AM

    aaron----I was the average looking gal with the guy who looked like Stringbean. I'm a long time CB shareholder. Bought it on a tip from a broker friend of mine in Sarasota. Doing well recently. Good food, reasonable prices. Try Uncle Hershel's breakfast in the morning. Good smoked sausage patties. Have a great weekend.

  • Reply to

    JP need analisis

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 2:46 PM

    PS.. DO NOT short this stock. It's a scam. Read the releases following the Summary Page on Yahoo.
    You will be charged outragous short fees and there is no available shares to cover.

  • Reply to

    CREE Short

    by aaronedward2003 Jul 10, 2014 8:57 AM

    Were you the guy with the wide brim hat? Look something like string-bean of Hee Haa ? I think i saw ya. Chicken was good.

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