He is a communist agitator. report him to Yahoo for abuse and maybe they will flag him. Yahoo routinely deletes his posts, but has yet to stop him permanantly.
A few gliches? Like the cars run out of juice in cold weather? Why did have to plug the cars in at the motel? How much range did the cars diplay when they tucked and when they woke up. Care to provide the data? Didn't thing so. Eloon was anxious to provide date show Broder drove 6/10 of a mile off course. Where's the data now?
Well guess what. I've talked to a lot of internal people here too, and they are getting their #$%$ together. Yes, I've already said that if earnings don't come in it will go down. Why don't folks like you on this board start reading from people who who already in the field know and accept it? Oh WAIT, I GET IT.. CRAMER's theory. LOL
or any of my pre-earnings option suggestions that were all correct
Wonderful! Shorts getting more acitve pushing their negative comments and the relative quiteness of this board are such positive contrarian indicators to me. Come on and push this down on down below $3.00. I am admittedly greedy in this position and I want more! Pround to be a long term bagholder in this position!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Bob, I have a question for you. You say..."I too think that if they achieve BE over the next 2 or 3 Qs and maintain 15 -20% growth, the stock with explode up. But personally I am not convinced. Too many variables and risks. I will wait and see if/when the .50 cent resistance is broken on the upside."
How does the stock breaking the $0.50 resistance affect "too many variables and risks" that you mention in the prior sentence? It makes no sense to me.
I told you it was a great joke and Oh so true. Sorry Liberals you voted for the utter failure Obama who is wrecking the country. Even the devil agrees.
Please know that there will be no secondary or raising of capital prior to data. If the data is good - you will see a partnership that will infuse significant cash and then things will open up for the Intrexon related activity etc. If data is bad - it will be an interesting 6-12 months.
This guy must have a sore butt. Obviously a disgruntled bad trader who can't get it right. We are talking about a stock that went form triple zeros to .014. This clown can't figure out how to make money off this. Not enough coins in the piggy bank I guess.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
The real target price was set 6 monthas ago at $3.75 by bac/mlp...At that time the stock was holding $2.65....Now we are tyrading over $3.00 and hv gotton .40 cents of this $1.10 move thats coming, leads me to believe that if you own the stock , and you see the future in this business , you hv to own it and buy more " SCALE---UP---ONLY--- " ,,, TO STOP THE SHORTS FROM COVERING....ANOTHER way to stop the ------Shorts------is to tell the firm you hv your acct. at to : " Not let the shares YOU own be """ Lent-Out """ to OTHER FIRMS to be delivered by these firms so they can make deliverly on the shares " They hv Shorted of Your Company-SIRIUS- " shares so they can keep shorting because they can borrow stock in the street to make all deliverlys to the new buyers they again shorted too....
Governor Cuomo Announces $20 Million for Combined Heat and Power Systems to Generate Reliable, On-Site Power
February 14, 2013
by New York RealEstateRama
Category: News || Grants, Housing & Development | No Comments
Clean-Energy Projects To Provide Continuous Power During Power Outages
Supports NYS 2100 Commission’s Call for Distributed Generation
Albany, NY – February 14, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $20 million to support clean-energy projects that will provide continuous power and heat during power outages. These projects are in support of recommendations made by Governor Cuomo’s NYS 2100 Commission in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. These combined heat and power (CHP) projects provide manufacturers, apartment buildings, hospitals, universities and other large buildings the ability to produce a portion of their own heat and electricity.
“Investing in combined heat and power technology will help keep our electric grid reliable and efficient, and make our businesses more competitive,” said Governor Cuomo. “In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, we have learned the value and importance of having clean-energy technologies like CHP in place that will keep the lights on and systems running for our residents and businesses.”
CHP projects, also known as “cogeneration,” involve the capture of heat produced during electricity generation and the use of it to provide on-site heat or hot water to buildings, for manufacturing or for other purposes.
These installations are capable of achieving higher levels of fuel efficiency by simultaneously producing both electric and useful thermal energy at the facility where the energy is needed. This localized generation can both reduce a facility’s vulnerability to electric distribution system outages and decrease peak demand on the electric grid. Power created at the customer site also avoids inherent energy losses during transmission and distribution.
This program, administered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), will only fund CHP systems that can continue to operate during a grid outage. In addition, all applicants in flood zones must install systems in locations that would be “high and dry” in the wake of a worst-case flood scenario.
“Governor Cuomo has called for making the State’s infrastructure more resilient in the face of extreme weather like we witnessed with Hurricane Sandy. Through the use of combined heat and power technology, building owners can make that happen,” said Francis J. Murray Jr., President and CEO, NYSERDA. “CHP systems can benefit our metropolitan areas in many ways, from easing air pollution to reducing fossil-fuel consumption, as well as reducing the pressure on the electric grid in times of great need.”
Since relieving strain on the electric grid is so important in densely-populated New York City, projects in the city and lower Hudson Valley will receive slightly higher funding, based on a sliding scale. In addition, this program will provide 10 percent more funding to projects that can power an official “facility of refuge”– a shelter to be used at times of emergency — as recognized by the American Red Cross or the local Office of Emergency Management.
The program will pay an incentive of up to $1.5 million per project for installing equipment approved by NYSERDA and installed by approved CHP system vendors. Projects can be as small as 50 kilowatts and as large as 1.3 megawatts, based on building requirements. Incentive amounts will be available on a first-come, first-served basis until December 30, 2016 or until all funds are committed. Only CHP systems installed at sites that pay the System Benefits Charge (SBC) are eligible for incentives.
After Hurricane Sandy, Governor Cuomo announced three commissions, NYS 2100, NYS Ready and NYS Response, to improve the State’s emergency preparedness and response capabilities, and to strengthen the State’s infrastructure to withstand natural disasters. Today’s announcement aligns with a recommendation within the NYS 2100 Commission Report that NYSERDA should expand its incentive programs for distributed generation resources, including CHP, and provide preference to those facilities that will serve as refuge during storm outages.
Over the past 12 years, NYSERDA has invested more than $100 million in CHP technology. This has helped to cut energy costs and reduce the energy use of industrial, commercial, institutional and multifamily residences. For more information on approved CHP systems and the NYSERDA incentive program