even hot material does not always rise.
C'mon, Verm, everyone knows that hot lava from Hawaiian volcanoes always rises straight up in the air and floats there, rather than flowing downhill into the sea.
I will never forget the sight of lava clouds floating in the sky over Mauna Loa. It was magical!
Not a Tea Party, a Confederate Party
“The presiding spirit of this neo-secessionism is a resistance to majority rule.”
"....In the 20th century, the Confederate pattern of resistance was repeated against the Civil Rights movement. ....
Today, ObamaCare cannot be accepted. No matter that it was passed by Congress, signed by the President, found constitutional by the Supreme Court, and ratified by the people when they re-elected President Obama. It cannot be allowed to stand, and so the tactics for destroying it get ever more extreme. .....
...... During last fall’s government shutdown and threatened debt-ceiling crisis, historian Garry Wills wrote about our present-day Tea Partiers: “The presiding spirit of this neo-secessionism is a resistance to majority rule.”
The Confederate sees a divinely ordained way things are supposed to be, and defends it at all costs. No process, no matter how orderly or democratic, can justify fundamental change.
When in the majority, Confederates protect the established order through democracy. If they are not in the majority, but have power, they protect it through the authority of law. If the law is against them, but they have social standing, they create shams of law, which are kept in place through the power of social disapproval. If disapproval is not enough, they keep the wrong people from claiming their legal rights by the threat of ostracism and economic retribution. If that is not intimidating enough, there are physical threats, then beatings and fires, and, if that fails, murder.
That was the victory plan of Reconstruction. Black equality under the law was guaranteed by the 14th Amendment. But in the Confederate mind, no democratic process could legitimate such a change in the social order. It simply could not be allowed to stand, and it did not stand......"
The Weekly Sift
Looks like a winner. Evidence investment is the real cash cow when the equipment pipeline is maximized. Lower cost of evidence storage is the key to keep customers from trying to do it themselves and lock in software contracts.
Wake up Rip. Abstral making money, Zuplenz most likely launched and making money, as we will soon find out, Dream Team about out of the picture, and analysts loving Gale. WOW, and you're still here everyday, all day, because you're loving it to, makes me think that this stock is a no brainer. Rip, Hop aboard the train and ride, ride, ride.
I am in the mney and that is what counts , what was this abut, it did not last long...lol
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Lordy Whatatrollalert! ....looks like a under the rock day for you...
What's interesting about the award is that DDD received it for their medical portfolio, not their printing technology per se. The medical portfolio primarily involves software that creates a digital thread running from the surgical training stage to the operating room. Prosthetics are a component of this digital thread, but not necessarily the most important part. So, those fears about HPQ or Carbon3d somehow rendering DDD irrelevant are vastly overblown and pertain to one small part of the picture. DDD has a very wide economic moat around medical, metal, software and services. It could be possible for better technology to take a bite out of a few of DDD's legacy printers, but on the whole DDD isn't particularly vulnerable and has a major advantage.
Of course, I'm talking about the company itself. Shareholders who need to withdraw their cash this year cannot take much comfort from a long-term view.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
"The longs are finally acting like shareholders by putting their shares away as a retirement stock." A retirement account type stock a buy and hold or "Buffet style" as we call it at my firm does not apply to ETRM due its history and lack of dividend. That being said yes news will drive this stock up but how many shares will be dumped when your catalysts are reached by share holders not having faith that in 5 years time similar events will take place from the same group of management that drove the stock to these dismal levels. Logically look at the 5 year chart for free on Yahoo and tell me that post FDA the stock should be here? logically you would say that there is a problem, with the potential market of the vBloc tech in the obesity space known, that problem has to fall in the way the company is ran and/or operates. I am a long and feel that its time for change, a company that holds CC when they say they will, a company that can speak to wall street in terms they understand, this is why i say they need to grow up and literally mimic the success of others in the space. post FDA and 13 years of company history they should be doing more. Logically there is no reason to own etrm but I have a personal attachment to this companies tech and think that it would help better the lives of millions of people around the world who suffer from obesity.
First let me say that we all appreciate your efforts on these things.
I have some issues with the earning report. First is the interest expense: "a 22.6% increase from the first quarter of 2014, on a Boe basis." The second is the available cash of only .3M - that's nothing. They will have to borrow to be able to do anything. We supposedly have a pending rate increase ... which may never occur.... but I think the interest rates to the upstream MLPs will go up regardless of what the FED does due to the associated risk.
slowride just made a boo boo ....
he will change his user name and will come back with another story soon.
One More Share Shorted = One More Rope for the Shorts' Necks? a_by_stander's ropes are good for the shorts and himself? Who is a_by_stander? Is he the white Vietnamese from Japan? Where is the white Japanese from Vietnam?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Net loss for Q1 2015 was approximately $19.2 million compared to net loss of $13.8 million for Q1 2014. Net loss for Q1 2015 excluding non-cash charges was $14.3 million, compared with $9.3 million for Q1 2014 (see below for reconciliation).
Sentiment: Strong Sell