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Biofuel Energy Corporation
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Choke? I've been smoking pot for 40 years
I've grown hundreds of pounds and sold thousands of pounds
40 years is a long time to be in the pot business
Been there done that
This place has a target on it's back and I wouldn't throw my money away
But heck I could be wrong and the DEA might leave this place alone to make MILLIONS selling pot ~ LOL
glad you like making fun of my handle, try karmakazee instead of kamikozee except some #$%$ kid allready has it. ha, ha how about sh1t 4 brains@ARR forum dot scam.later
Sentiment: Strong Sell
did anyone else cringe everytime they read "the company"...seemed like a reflection essay
So quickly for three days and then now published all the great future about DDD and 3D industry.
That was a huge gain in such a short time. Short it, sent the article out, then cover. Who can make a huge percentage in a few day? I am talking about big funds, not small traders move in & out quickly.
I just saw the Thursdays fast money show. Steve Grasso picked DDD.
Sorry, I disagree with the product line/mix necessity argument. According to pareto's law 80% of the profits do come from 20% of key products and this applies to consumer electronics as well. Apple and google wouldn't dare to open their own shops with this small product line – as a retailer you need to have the skill and power to offer an outstanding inventory to clients. Look at the recent incident where customers were outraged that BBY didn't have enough new Microsoft products in stock - not BBY’s fault. Large retail chains have an advantage over smaller ones including smaller online retailers to have first dips on hot, new products/promotion because they have the best showrooms – it’s in the best interest of leading consumer electronics makers – BBY is usually the biggest kid in town hence offering the best showrooms with the highest traffic for new product releases. That’s why I like the google news planning to open more retail space – it confirms that google understands people still do want to see, touch and try out new electronic products – B&M is not going away. But please correct me if I am wrong. If BBY is the biggest kid in town there is no way that makers can ignore that fact.
Hostess was peddling high fructose corn syrup and preservatives to keep Twinkies "fresh" for a century.
Junk food poisoned with chemicals is history.
I'd say with all your questioning that you're the one who's afraid of the stock going up.
Sorry you missed the ride. Get over it.