Yeah but anyone bidding on the company has done their due dillingence and looked at sales, inventories, and forecasts for the coming quarters. All that will be factored into any price.
You're the biggest whiney lying fool on this board. Go back to hell you worthless loser.
stupidity has no bounds either does delusion which is prevalent in the mind of these bashers like dreamboat/aka munzio...pure manipulation ignore thier posts don't respond
Sentiment: Strong Buy
yes! it will make big bucks...........and even more later when it goes nationwide! it's the gorilla in the room of wimps! it will change stock prices huge! could mgm for example hit $200, $300 or more with billions coming in each year with internet gambling??? Your thoughts are appreciated!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
no i do not think Florida is in china are you a little map challenged? OH still do not understand whAt OH is o hell/ o him o help? we are not mind readers? i saw what mr florida said but it was the chinese companies talk that made me think you drank your dinner? yes i quit drinking 3-2-1976 so i am slow on alcohol up take thank you for asking
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Seoul, Korea – September 5, 2013
NSN helps leading Korean operators become world’s first to launch LTE-Advanced commercially
Simple software upgrade enables up to 150 Mbps throughput, enhances customer experience
Three major South Korean operators, SK Telecom, LG U+ and Korea Telecom, are the world’s first operators to launch LTE-Advanced commercially. Using the capabilities of Nokia Solutions and Network’s Flexi Multiradio Base Stations, the operators have implemented LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation* with a simple software upgrade. This innovative software feature enables the operators’ subscribers across the country to enjoy significantly faster data rates.
South Korea is the most advanced country in the world in terms of LTE adoption. As the number of smartphone and mobile internet users continues to grow, operators need to find innovative ways of responding to the demand for bandwidth. NSN has brought the benefits of LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation to SK Telecom, LG U+ and Korea Telecom, helping them reach up to 150 Mbps throughput by dynamically combining the resources of the two LTE frequency bands that each of the operators has. The carrier aggregation feature doubles the data rates compared to those before the upgrade.
Carrier aggregation is one of the key functionalities of LTE-Advanced and will ultimately enable aggregated bandwidths of up to 100 MHz. Wider spectrum directly translates into higher peak data rates and increased average data rates for mobile users, which allows the operators to provide more attractive services. As more spectrum and compatible end-user devices become available, carrier aggregation offers a straightforward path for gradually increasing data rates.
“Our collaboration with SK Telecom, LG U+ and Korea Telecom over the years has given us a deep understanding of one of the world’s most advanced LTE markets. Our innovative approach to carrier aggregation and expertise in delivering superior network perfo
great post 007! That's the future for sure!! Could it go world wide??
Sentiment: Strong Buy
That's a pretty good roadmap that's been being executed in more MOMO stocks than I can ever remember at one time.
While the overall market may not completely acting like it's late 1999 and early 2000 these MOMOs are more than making up for that since fundamentals don't matter in any of these stocks. That is until it's decided that they do matter.
You only lose when you trade. We don't know what he does behind the wall. There is an agenda. Keep it in a range of 161.88 - 183.
like you want to stay in the jail for the police protection, you have to do sth criminal, feed will clear FC debt, it has no reason to stay in the chapter 11, it does not need a protection from other creditors because, default debt is paid off and the rest are not in default, it can go on to normal, you are making a story again, right?
too funny! Thanks farts alot! You are the best!
Pacific Ethanol Explores Sale Of Madera Granary
“Were Getting Closer To Reopening The Ethanol Plant ”
Madera County Planning Commission approved a tentative parcel map split requested by Pacific Ethanol in July allowing the sale of the granary next to the idle ethanol plant on Ave 12 near Madera.
The granary is also idled since the ethanol plant shut down in January 2009 after operating for less than 3 years. The whole acreage was a lumber mill that closed down in 1995.
In their parcel map application Pacific Ethanol asked that the 137 acre parcel be split to allow the granary and the huge loop track that covers most of the property to be on one parcel and the 40 million gallon ethanol plant on the other. Currently a conveyor belt crosses the parcel. The train track infrastructure allows 100 car unit-trains brimming with corn to be parked to unload at the feed mill. The granary will in turn feed the ethanol plant. But the granary units could do much more the application says.
”While the current owner has handled all grain deliveries necessary to operate the ethanol plant,the granary has a much greater unused capacity and a feed mill” says a county staff report. Pacific Ethanol “wants to sell off Parcel 2 to a party with expertise in grain handling and feed production.”
The county approved the tentative map but Pacific Ethanol has yet to file a a final map application because that would imply a buyer is at hand.
The idea is not to dispose of the facility to raise cash or something but to invite an operator to participate in a business deal.
Pacific Ethanol spokesperson Paul Koehler says this step is preliminary but it ”sets the stage for what the company hopes to do – reopen the Madera Pacific Ethanol plant.”
“We’re getting closer” he says since ethanol making margins have improved from last year.
Koehler says that “2012 was record bad year for our industry with strong oversupply and high corn prices” due to the drought. By early 2013 things turned around and by Q2 there was a better balance” as the company reported their first profit in years.
“We will definitely reopen the plant“ he assures but won’t say just when they will pull the trigger. ”We want to make sure we can keep producing” noting that “California can use the ethanol.”
Besides exploring a sale of the adjacent granary Koehler says they would install corn oil-making technology at the ethanol plant prior to reopening,something they have done at several of their plants.
Could Add 60 Jobs
But as of now Koehler says they are not working with a buyer for the granary although operating a granary separately from the ethanol plant”is a model used by others in the Midwest and makes sense.”
“We need to find the right player to work with.”
The county staff report says if both enterprises come back to life – it could add 30 jobs at each – 60 jobs for Madera County.