i played it several times before the split. always made a little.
i just looked at the chart and wow. kind of fell off it .
there might be a couple of reasons for this.
1. FDA is about to make a ruling on liquid and equipment . this could have a very negative effect on the entire industry other than Big Tobacco's cig-a likes (Blu and its ilk) .the steps they have to go through might take a couple of years but an outright ban on flavors other than tobacco will hurt the sales of all these EGO style products.
B. i found their equipment very overpriced and of the same Chinese manufacture as items found at any M&P brick and mortar. most of the people who use these items are first timers and either quit smoking and vaping or move to more expensive better performing equipment and enter the "hobby aspect". probably not too many repeat customers.
i like the chart from a bottom feeder perspective but i wouldn't doubt the large betters are dumping prior to the FDA ruling. there is a growing number of people i talk to who have admitted that it could all go away.
doesn't affect me unless they outlaw organic cotton balls (wick) rechargeable flashlight batteries and resistance wire. i gathered several years worth of supplies before my recent retirement.
sold oxgn and bot llnw and ampe. got to keep it moving. i absolutely LOVE I&W . great taste. D
While missing leadership and gridlock stifle America's global economic reach, even disaster struck Japan doesn't have its head buried in the sand.
A civil nuclear energy pact with India would give Japanese nuclear technology companies such as Toshiba Corp and Hitachi Ltd access to India's fast-growing market as they seek opportunities overseas to offset a backlash at home in response to the Fukushima disaster.
India operates 20 mostly small reactors at six sites with a capacity of 4,780 MW, or 2 percent of its total power capacity, according to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited. The government hopes to increase its nuclear capacity to 63,000 MW by 2032 by adding nearly 30 reactors.
India is considering a Japanese proposal for a separate commitment not to test nuclear weapons over and above a self-imposed moratorium it declared after testing in 1998.
Another possibility is that Modi gives a personal assurance to Abe on India's nuclear weapons programme to help allay concern in Japan, the only country to have suffered a nuclear attack and which has since been a champion of non-proliferation and disarmament.
"India and Japan are laying the foundations of a bigger deal," said former vice chief of Indian army Lieutenant General A.S. Lamba, an expert on ties with Japan.
"It's no use rushing into something that fails to get off the ground, which is what happened to the India-U.S. agreement. This is being constructed slowly. This is a defining moment."
5 minute video on their web-site
The Dream lives on
Mark team-up the Buckboard we're going to town
Beam me down Scottie I don't wanna miss this one
Wichita ready with that wire tap
We're gonna win one for the gipper
Rally round the flag boys
Kilroy was here
One Giant step for Mankind
Katie Bar the Door
I see a little silhouetto of a man
Scaramouch, scaramouch will you do the fandango
Thunderbolt and lightning - very very frightening me
Gallileo Figaro - magnifico
Oh mama mia, mama mia, mama mia let me go
Beelzebub has a devil put aside for me
Did you Sell that Armpit Bio??????
Is that ACHN a pain reliever
Check out FRUN.......I think the company is called Fromunder.
The Vietnam mou doesn't include this group.
But the UAE and the Korea Hydro consultations do.
Lloyd’s Register Energy together with Lightbridge Corporation has won a contract to support the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) internal inspection team to provide construction oversight and related technical services for a new generation of nuclear power plant in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Lloyd’s Register Energy’s Nuclear Vice-President, Mamdouh El-Shanawany, said: “This contract with FANR underlines our aspiration to become a leading nuclear safety Technical Support Organisation (TSO), and it demonstrates real momentum towards how nuclear safety can be managed and controlled in the nuclear sector.”
The contract is a major milestone for Lloyd’s Register Energy’s nuclear ambitions to be recognised globally with the capability of acting on behalf of regulators as an independent Technical Safety Organisation and on one of the latest nuclear new build programes worldwide. The work will be important in helping FANR continue its planning and preparation for the planned commissioning of the UAE's first nuclear power plant by 2017.
Recently, Lloyd’s Register Energy won a significant contract to support the South Korean nuclear industry's commitment to best-practice, safety and risk management. Under this two-year agreement, Lloyd’s Register Energy will provide Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd., (KHNP) with independent verification services to assess their nuclear safety equipment. Lloyd’s Register Energy is also the only third-party inspection agency able to certify to the Korea Electric Power Industry Code (KEPIC) SN (Nuclear Structure) code and is approved to certify to the KEPIC MN (Nuclear Mechanical Components) code.
Lightbridge London office paying off!
I actually added some above $2.70 last week bringing my share count to 15K.
You can't blame a fellow for trying.
I won't add again until after the offering which is as certain as the taxes we pay.
I am also thrilled that LTBR is in line for a consulting gig in Nam. They don't have the money tree in the desert that the UAE has but its the second hook up in recent months with that Lloyds group and it might be the start of many deals to follow. That Lolyds group is going full speed after nuclear contracts. If we only would announce the starting date and place for the fuel testing here in the states then this $2.50 to $3.00 range will be small change.
I've seen my 2K shares of UA advance $2+ a share since I bought.
Congrats on Aria to you and Bulla
One further note on Thorium and that is the Great wall of Uranium mining/manufacturers that they are stonewalled by around the world.
If India is successful then it is still decades away.
On the ACHN here is something interesting to me anyway
RA Capital management Peter K he sold about 800K of ACHN in June...He just bought 5.7MM shares of vical making him a 6.2% shareholder...new position..and another new position for him is VSAR (this one you told me about recently)
google him interesting story this guy Pete
Taking the boy for pre school start haircut and school supplies..summer free for all ends next week
ARIA is up as of late..here is why Denner (Alex) bought another 800K shares and IMS scripts for Iclusig are out and trending to peak as what they were before the hold was placed last year
for thorium fuel rods, that's how they must have figured out the benefit of all metal and removed the thorium since it was sumthing else subject to critism
According to the World Nuclear Association there are seven types of reactors that can be designed to use thorium as a nuclear fuel. The first five of these have all entered into operational service at some point. The last two are still conceptual, although currently in development by many countries:
Heavy water reactors (PHWRs)
High-temperature gas-cooled reactors (HTRs)
Boiling (light) water reactors (BWRs)
Pressurized (Light) water reactors (PWRs)
Fast neutron reactors (FNRs)
Molten salt reactors (MSRs, LFTRs) The Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed and built a demonstration MSR which operated from 1965 to 1969. It used U-233 (originally bred from Th-232) as its fuel during its final year.
Accelerator driven reactors (ADS)
Additionally, in the 1958 Atoms for Peace publication entitled Fluid Fueled Reactors, Aqueous Homogeneous Reactors (AHRs) were proposed as a fluid fueled design that could accept naturally occurring uranium and thorium suspended in a heavy water solution. AHRs have been built and according to the IAEA reactor database, 7 are currently in operation as research reactors.