Since 20% of D is shorted, it is almost
impossible to identify what the true value of the stock is.
The shorters run it up with their "shorts" activity.
How long does someone have who shorts a stock to
complete their transaction?
3 months later..My prediction for D is holding
true. (three months ago it was 44 bucks)..NO big break
It will now bow down before other ulitities and
start to sell it's nuke plants vs the acquisition's
that everybody thought would happen. Why?...because
they are late getting out of the starting blocks and
they should consider a better business angle
keep their current price from slipping.
My 3 month
target for D.....down to 40 until they get a real
business plan. Sorry folks...see ya in 3 months
I do not have any information on this but if I
can fide it I will post at a later time, perhaps some
one else may know.
I have not signed yet but
strongly considering it, sounds like a quick and easy way
nuclear? No way. Its their cash cow, for heavean
sakes. They will buy, build and merge. Hang on. Not to
mention reasonable growth and decent dividends in the
interim. And yes, they can successfully enter the IPP
EBPP is Electronic Bill Presentation and
Companies that are considered to be big billers (like
utilities, credit card co's, etc.) can save considerable
money and effort by using the internet to present bills
to customers. Va Power has jumped on the bandwagon
and if you are interested (and presumably a customer)
then you can learn more at www.vapower.com.