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  • fuelcellskeptic fuelcellskeptic Feb 4, 2008 5:45 PM Flag

    Dear the raven 36

    Hello Mr. Pumper. I hope you find this entertaining.

    First, you can have a sentiment of strong sell and still hold stock--see I purchased on the PR hype back in 2004 and at this point I can't afford to sell---gotta ride it out and hope for a miracle.

    You want facts--well here is a fact--and to prove your not just a pumper who knows nothing about MKTY please address this fact and help me understand the situation. If you decide to ignore this it proves you are just a desperate pumper. MTI provided Samsung with their very best technology offering and Samsung refused to pay MTI the last $125,000 they were contractually obligated to pay AND Samsung now REFUSES to let MTI use the Samsung name in press releases. All press releases state "our Korean partner" Now we know this is Samsung based on the SEC filings. So explain this to me please. There are many other FACTS like this which can be obtained from the review of press releases--no one is making these up. The price of platinum is also a fact and so are the $4.00 portable charges currently on the market place.

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    • Nice post. Thanks for all the factual info. I really love your depth of insight. You should think about setting up an investor web page.

      How about addressing the Samsung situation. Or is that beyond your knowledge since you probably have done no due diligence on MKTY---or the opposite---you work there.

      You appear to be a Wall Street wiz so I would love your factual insight into why MKTY is a good speculative buy.


      Oh--here's my number ---call me 970-555-1212, ask for George

      A pumper if I ever saw one---by the way, the really good ones bring facts not nonsensical sentences

    • You are a goof!

      Owning stock and advising people to sell theirs?...now that takes brains. Wouldn't you plead for the price to rise?...

      Pump?...what have you read in my posts that lends itself to that brilliant deduction?...

      Blah, blah...blah...yada, yada, yada.

      A certifiable goof you are Randy McTavish. And if you're not careful I'll post your home phone number.

    • sditransco@sbcglobal.net sditransco Feb 4, 2008 8:42 PM Flag

      You should have him on this one but a true blue Spindoctor would come up with a twist, a change in enterpretation of the stats and facts, new terminology to describe the new enterpretation with enough retoric to confuse the issue enough to have totally changed the subject. Let's see what he's got.

    • FACT: Platinum Hits Record on Supply Concerns - Platinum soared above $1,800 an ounce for the first time Monday


      Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/02/04/AR2008020401560.html

      Platinum Hits Record on Supply Concerns

      By STEVENSON JACOBS
      The Associated Press
      Monday, February 4, 2008; 4:25 PM

      NEW YORK -- Platinum soared above $1,800 an ounce for the first time Monday as investors bet that a power shortage in South Africa will tighten global supply for the metal used in jewelry and automobiles.
      ... ...Platinum for April delivery jumped $27.40 to settle at $1,797.60 an ounce on the New York Mercantile Exchange, after earlier reaching an all-time high of $1,803.80 an ounce. The metal also hit record-highs on Thursday and Friday, and has increased in value by nearly 20 percent this year.

      South Africa is the world's top producer of platinum and second only to China in gold production. Mine equipment problems, accidents and maintenance have contributed to a production decline this year, however.

      Platinum prices have roughly doubled in four years, with global inventories growing tighter as automakers try to meet demand, particularly in Asia and Eastern Europe. Demand for the metal, used in jewelry and catalytic converters in automotive exhaust systems, has also surged due to stricter emissions standards.

      ...

      MICRO is out for the count - raw materials increasing, technology ?, customers?, Cash running out?, competition? and the ex CTO starts his own 'family company'

      Source: http://earth2tech.com/2008/01/22/israel-cleantech-ventures-fuels-cellera/

      To:
      " CellEra’s objective, Gottesfeld explained, is to bridge the fuel cell commercialization gap by developing “truly affordable and reliable” fuel cell-based power solutions. The startup, which is still in stealth mode as it works to register its IP, is a family business; it was founded in 2007 by Gottesfeld, VP R&D Dario Dekel, and CTO Shimshon Gottesfeld (father of Ziv Gottesfeld)."

      AND

      "If CellEra’s CTO, co-founder and “visionary” has decades of experience in methanol fuel cell technology, then we can guesstimate that CellEra’s new IP will benefit from that research. We look forward to learning more about it."

      and Mr. G is still on the books at Micro! Source: http://www.mtimicrofuelcells.com/news/article.asp?id=295

      until October 31, 2008! jsut about the time the money runs out - excellent strategy! Milk it right to the end!

      Cut losses, allow/enable Mr. Kot take over and let Instruments management team move forward without the Micro drain.

 
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