From Motley Fool regarding Ken Fisher's recent stock moves.
Fisher reduced its stake in lots of companies, including Capstone Turbine (NASDAQ: CPST ) and Nokia (NYSE: NOK ) . Capstone is a smallish company, making low-emission microturbines used in power generation. Its top line has been growing by double digits over the past few years, and it's poised to profit from huge interest in shale oil, but it remains in the red. Still, it has recently announced a bunch of promising deals and some think the many folks short the stock will end up burned.
OAO Tatneft allocated RUB 440 billion for the introduction of microturbine power units fuelled by associated petroleum gas. These units will provide a solution to the problem of gathering and utilising associated petroleum gas at the remote fields with low gas flow rates.