If they were then you would NOT see RED on the left of EVERY vertical band and BLUE on the right of every vertical band.
The thickness and fuzziness of the red indicates that BOTH of the red lasers are too far to the left of all the others and one red laser is further to left than the other.
The thickness of the blue on the right side of every band indicates that the blue laser is quite a way off to the right.
If you look even more closely you will see some green near the blue on the right and some yellow on the red to the left indicating that .........NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOUR LASERS IS ALIGNED HORIZONTALLY!
On the horizontal bands it is a little more difficult to see the misalignment but with your handy zoom feature it can be seen that one of the red lasers is HIGH and other one is LOW.
The slight violet on top of each band indicates the blue laser is slightly high.
The slight yellowing of the red band on the lower indicates that the green laser is slightly low.
That leaves one green lasers somewhere in the middle of the muck.........AGAIN INDICATING THAT NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOUR LASERS IS ALIGNED VERTICALLY!
None, NONE of you lasers is aligned!!!
Karl, you said on your blog, "Additionally there are issues with aligning the 5 lasers into a single “beam” and issue with the interlaced bi-directional scan process......and how it hurts resolution. " That indicates to me, Karl, that you messed with the alignment a bit, no? Oh, Karl, don't you think you should have been a good boy and done your "research" BEFORE you messed the alignment all up? Do you know how they align those in the factory? They have equipment to do it. Now, I have to admit, Karl, that I messed with mine too and it took me a good long time to get it back into alignment. Fortunately for you and for the sake of good "science", I wrote down the method I used to get my lasers back into alignment and adjust the biphase. I'll post the link in the my next post as I am nearly out of space.
With focus on global brands such as Nike, Microsoft, etc. Investment from Alibaba, Goldman Sachs.. Huge Market for global brands in China. Shopping season round the corner. BZUN will see significant appreciation.
Good time to get into BZUN/ Bzun will be $50+ stock by end of year.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
did they really say that justdb?
Well,This is what they wrote back in April
"Nope not a fan of 18v power tools.. Only Vern is. Look Just, I'm not buying another stinking share. I'm hanging on to 8000. I will not buy until this oiler gets to at least $4.00 a share. PERIOD!!"
17 Reasons Not to Take Chardan....Seriously - another article revealing Chardan's propensity toward fraud:
I've never heard of such a thing. Sounds kind of far fetched.. SEB traded about 25,000 shares in Q1. Net Net in Q1, institutions reduced their SEB ownership by 852 shares. There are about 8 or 9 thousand shares traded, that I've no clue where they went. Not to any institution that files.....retail doesn't have that kind of money.....and SEB did not buy back a single share in Q1. So who bought? Market makers don't risk carrying that kind of inventory. We know there were sellers.
=It was unkfortunate to be holding when the great short attack happened. BUt then, the value was lost so suddenly that it was lost.
Not true. AFTER the VVR report was digested, the stock was still trading as high as $2.62 on April 7, 2011. That's right, over one week AFTER the VVR report, you could have STILL gotten two and a half bucks for your shares if you were not delusional and actually took the time to independently verify some of the allegations.
=The delusional and ignorant thing wold be to capitulate, sell and take the loss.
Yes... those delusional and ignorant souls are gnashing their teeth and lamenting how they sold for $2.50 after the VVR report came out. They should have waited for an ADDITIONAL 90% loss like our clueless friend here.
Yup, you are PROVEN to be wrong once more when you say the drop came so quickly you couldn't react. Anybody can independently verify the price of $2.62 on April 7, 2011 which was well after the VVR report of March 30, 2011.
Don't you get tired of being PROVEN wrong over and over with verifiable facts? All you do is twist words into things I have never uttered. You are still too clueless to understand the equals sign is a courtesy indicating the exact quote from a previous post in the thread that one is responding to. That way you don't need to go back to see what was stated to understand the response. Pretty simple to all but a dolt like you.
NEW DELHI—India's output growth accelerated to 7.5% last quarter, putting it ahead of China as the world's fastest-growing large economy. According to government data released Friday, gross domestic product in the South Asian nation grew by 7.3% for .
Although I have your posts on ignore, I find on my email updates that you've called me a "liar" in connection with this post, although apparently deleted. Your impulsive and libelous remarks are beyond the pale; apparently there is a reading comprehension difficulty but you are in good company with your pal, the self-proclaimed "illiterate". "Pro" what? Pro-retiree, pro-poster, pro-spectator?
was healthy as it shook out some day trader weakness. Seems like we add 5% every day and that sigmnals a nice steady climb higher. I think once we break $2.00, we should settle in around $2.20 until POW, RIGHT IN THE KISSER for the shorts...
I wish I knew which of our shorties has actually placed ( and is holding) a short bet against TSLA. Of course I would also like to know the size of the bet and whether the risk is significant based on his or her financial condition. That is obviously not possible. For purposes of my own entertainment, I am therefore going to enjoy the upcoming short squeeze as though each and every basher is being punished adequately and sufficiently according to the rules of karma. Don't you dare cover before 275!