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  • Reply to

    Oh Buuuuuud!!

    by eleuthero58 Apr 8, 2015 3:09 PM

    i had NSPR for a week. no movement and moved along. when it breaks 35 i might chase cause the run may be huge. holding cpst imrs amcc right now. sold SONS today and a couple of others.hope you made some on AMPE. mostly uncleared cash til Tuesday :-( .

    a quick look at MCHX and the chart reminds me of NVAX last year before the big run.
    welcome back ,catch your breath and we'll talk.

  • Reply to

    Oh Buuuuuud!!

    by eleuthero58 Apr 8, 2015 3:09 PM

    .ur...reeee. ...thra.
    It means Greek God of tube inside a D

    Hi Hi Hi !!!! nice pedicure today ..dark plum polish
    took a run outside it's pretty warm
    I posted last night but maybe too many bad words?
    Sold all ARIA but 20 shares today
    Spears I have NSPR do you?
    Also ONTX MCHX.I think these are good..some other bad ones
    7000 shares of VICL...ugg
    hi Super did you sell your house?
    Have to get up to speed on ltbr ..Cd I'm out of touch
    hope you guys are good..missed ya
    I'm tired..goodnight

  • In May 2013 INVAP was awarded contracts to build the RA-10 research reactor in Argentina and the Brazil Multipurpose Reactor (RMB) there, with Australia’s OPAL reactor being the reference design for both. The two reactors will be used for the production of medical radioisotopes, as well as irradiation tests of advanced nuclear fuel and materials, and neutron beam research. Between them, they will provide the capacity to supply some 40% of global radioisotope demand. The location and schedule of the RA-10 unit has not been announced. The research reactor project is part of the growing bilateral cooperation in nuclear energy between Argentina and Brazil.

    In November 2014 the Nuclear Regulatory Authority granted a construction licence for RA-10, which will be used to increase the country's production of radioisotopes to enable the country to meet 10% of world demand. Currently radioisotopes are produced at the RA-3 research reactor at the Ezeiza Atomic Centre in Buenos Aires province. RA-3, a 10 MWt pool type, began operations in 1967.

    Another possible test site for LTBR irradiation of advanced nuclear fuels?

  • Reply to

    Sports Digital Media

    by budthomps2727 Apr 16, 2015 8:53 PM

    In the 2 years I've owned Under Armour the share price has gained 200%

  • Apr 16–20, 2015

    Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr., Executive Chairman of the Board of Lightbridge Corporation, will travel to San Carlos de Bariloche in western Argentina for a series of presentations April 16 to 20 to executives of INVAP, a nuclear engineering firm, on trends in commercial nuclear energy and climate change .

    INVAP has been involved in global nuclear development for more than 30 years, including design and construction of nuclear research reactors, fuel fabrication plants, uranium enrichment facilities and radioisotope processing plants. The company has designed and built nuclear fuel fabrication facilities in Egypt and Algeria, and has supplied related equipment for projects in Argentina, India and Romania.

    Ambassador Graham also will tour INVAP facilities in Bariloche, where its aerospace and government operations are based. Four INVAP-designed and -built satellites are currently in orbit.

  • The first big story comes from the year’s biggest enabler: the smartphone. Back in 2010, smartphone usage was at an impressive 30%, which meant almost a third of the U.S. was using one. In 2014, however, penetration increased to a staggering 75%. Smartphone market penetration showed us how crazy we are about our teams, from following Twitter updates to watching whole games online.

    In October of last year alone, fans consumed over 7 billion minutes of sports content digitally. An ever-growing base of 72 million sports-watchers are taking over the digital media world.

    The rise of sports apps also influenced our exuberant media consumption. Most of today’s sports apps include a blend of personalized content from our favorite teams and athletes, which means increased interaction. Verizon even offers exclusive live games as part of their partnership with the NFL. The top-ranked apps include ESPN Sports Center, MLB At Bat, and Team Stream.

    Another big contributor was our sports culture obsession with Fantasy Football (heck, there’s even a show about it). Yes, grown adults pretending to own imaginary teams (many of whom work here) drove media consumption up. In 2014, fantasy leagues exploded with a yearly growth of 484% on desktop and 847% on mobile.
    As the U.S. sports audience grew in 2014, so did its cultural mix. The NBA was at the forefront of this multi-cultural shift, showing what’s in store for other sports in the coming years. A ten-year comparison showed an increase in viewership of 62% in the African-American demographic and a 57% increase for Asian-Americans. Although Hispanic and White fans also watched more minutes, their gains were modest at 14% and 13% respectively.
    2014 was an exciting year for sports, and we hope this year holds up to the new precedent. As fans continue to increase consumption across different media platforms, there is an increasing opportunity for brands to connect with them.

  • Reply to

    What Global Warming?

    by budthomps2727 Apr 3, 2015 10:42 PM

    check out the consumption of clean water by golf courses in the U.S.. then of course there are the citizens of Peru who are forced to drink their own urine in order to provide water to the asparagus fields.Cali's not so bad comparatively.

    the Moral : don't let the water run while you brush your teeth.

  • Reply to

    The Kings of Bail-Lee-Who?

    by budthomps2727 Apr 16, 2015 10:40 AM

    I meant to say Bali Hai

    We've got a lovely bunch of coconuts

    Down at an Lightbridge fair,
    One evening I was there,
    When I heard a showman shouting
    Underneath the flare:

    Hoi've got a lo-ve-ly bunch o' coconuts.
    There they are a-standin' in a row.
    Big ones, small ones, some as big as yer 'ead!
    Give 'em a twist, a flick o' the wrist,
    That's what the showman said.

  • Some were predicting Gloom and Doom and went to cash just a week or 2 ago.

    Attributing US retail sales growth in March

    Out of the 13 reporting categories in the March 2015 advance retail sales report, all save four posted gains. Major categories clocking gains include:
    motor vehicles and parts dealers – up 2.7% over February 2015 and 5.2% over March 2014
    building materials and garden equipment and supplies dealers – up 2.1% over February 2015 and 6.3% over March 2014
    furniture and home furnishing stores – up 1.4% over February 2015 and 3.8% over March 2014
    clothing and clothing accessories – up 1.2% over February 2015 and 2.7% over March 2014
    food services and drinking places – up 0.7% over February 2015 and 7.7% over March 2014
    sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores – up 0.2% over February 2015 and 5.1% over March 2015

    KMI just raised its dividend to $.48 a share for all those that hold the stock on April 30th

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    you and Super? wow.

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    nice pop for presenting and a market perform rating.
    didn't make my shallow radar, but i am watching now :-)

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    My two brain science investors have not done any work on the company. I will keep asking around. Sorry about all your life changes superpsi. Keep on working.

  • Reply to

    good morning baggies

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 8:59 AM

    who the heck gives Super a red thumb? his posts are far more interesting than debating types of nuke fuel sources IMO.

    no offense intended MR girth.

    looking forward to Ms Hoop's return... i'll bet there is a break from the discipline beyond the shrubbery this evening. eat, drink and be profitable. have 2 chocolates today,i am.

  • Reply to

    good morning baggies

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 8:59 AM

    you got me at "cook" :-)

  • Reply to

    No delisting.... Yawn...

    by socialboom30 Apr 13, 2015 9:54 AM

    told ya.... ZOOOM

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    tthi? i think i owned that years ago for a bit.

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    Thanks Rkf!
    Transition therapeutics

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    hey superpsi! hope all is well. I will talk to my alzheimer specialists for you . what is company?

  • Reply to

    tthi June event?

    by superpsiboy Apr 14, 2015 12:09 PM

    Somebody gave you a thumbs down.
    I have a robot dog.
    I feed him a few drops of 3 in 1 oil on occasion.
    BWAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!

  • A disease
    Low float
    treats agitation
    built position
    might add. Might not
    my guess is increase pps prior
    has 11 target
    did a few financings already
    let me know what you think
    volume should increase soon?
    Im thinking 9 prior. Its hi 6-low 7 now
    do your homework. ...could drop like a brick

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