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  • mikertimm mikertimm Jul 23, 2009 12:21 PM Flag

    after 4 months of bottom trading, ENER starts move up today

    consolidaiton for 4 months trading at 52 weeks low, ENER is moving up today. easy $20 in 3 weeks according to WSJ speculation. BPIV demand picking up faster than expected, good for ENER, not for FSLR.

    so keep an eye on ENER for next days

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    • classactionlawsuitsonnakedshrts classactionlawsuitsonnakedshrts Jul 23, 2009 3:20 PM Flag

      Ener lol

      they have more problems then sunpower, even more then ldk (and that is really bad because ldk management has fantasy expectations on wattage and price, then the conference call comes and they say in the best way they can, we screwed up estimates yet again and costs yet again, and yet they say nothing about screwing them up 4 quarters in a row.

      more longs have been burnt by ldk and the naked shorting scam then force protection and dendreon

      dndn has a whole 15 part website devoted to how bad of a scam 3 hedge funds teamed up to deliver to dendreon shareholders.

      i just watch the market for laughs anymore, (trade currencies now) when the naked shorting scam gets cleaned up, (it never will though as chris cox scam man is gone they put another jew in his place) i might trade again when it makes major news that they closed all the loopholes, but again will never happen, just like the oil futures market scam, will never happen either.

    • I like the product, but they must get costs down. No earnings recently, and revenues off.

    • I've been buying ener...Huge upside 30% short interest. Possibly short squeeze coming.

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