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  • grleroy grleroy Jan 7, 2011 12:56 AM Flag

    O.T. Anyone else with any stock

    recommendations? This board is so slow I dont think anyone would mind more O.T. discussion.. The warrant board has 0 messages.. I prefer stocks that have fallen ..Bowwow goes up then down and vise a versa,if it has another 10% down day tomorrow Im going in on it..

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    • Thanks for the post Blue!
      No big players have really upgraded their server networks since Y2000!
      Someone mentioned ARMH, YGE, CSCO, and to a lesser extent Microsoft as
      wonderful 10 year PLAYS!

    • $21.16 ... a bit better but still not $21.54

    • Seems that the rise in CSCO is due to TLAB's report today ... wish I knew more about their core business and could have made the connection before I read this article some three hours later ... cost me thousands! Sold at $2.16 ... ouch!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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      SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Shares of Tellabs Inc. (TLAB
      TLAB TELLABS, INC. 5.57
      Change -1.47 (-20.88%) crashed Tuesday, plunging on heavy volume as the maker of telecommunications gear reported "disappointing" fourth-quarter financial results and warned of lower-than-expected revenue for the current period.

      At midday, the stock traded down more than 20% to $5.60. The shares had already shed more than 30% of their value since peaking at a two-year high near the $9.50 mark last May.

      The main culprit is Tellabs' (TLAB) core business of wireless backhaul, equipment used by carriers such as AT&T Inc.(T), which is shifting its focus to new types of gear using Ethernet technology, from vendors such as Cisco Systems Inc. (CSCO) and Alcatel Lucent SA .

      "As AT&T migrates aggressively toward Ethernet, we believe Tellabs' (TLAB) current growth engine and margin driver ... loses share to cheaper Ethernet-only competitive solutions from Cisco (CSCO ) and others," analyst Ehud Gelblum of Morgan Stanley wrote in a note to clients.

    • I building lots and lots of cash ... things seem toppy to me ... sold numerous positions over the past two days ... only looking for deeply oversold stuff currently ... and, I seem to be waiting on those as well ... the only thing I added was CLQMF yesterday ... thinking about adding QADMF but waiting to see if copper pulls back a bit more ... I think it will ... Cheers.

    • Just beginning to move!
      So in which bank did you park the proceeds?

      Evelyne

    • Take a look at CMFO right now! Sales figures for the Hi-Power energy drink are
      excellent but Hudson Securities warned that earnings could lag revenue growth due to the promotional costs associated with the new drink!
      I followed Blues' suggestion and bought 5000 CSCO last Friday!

    • Perhaps I sold CSCO too early ... Oh well!

    • Sold CSCO again this morning ... another $23,700 profit in a week ... looking at TLAB really closely but have not pulled the trigger yet ... also studying IBIO really closely but have not bought ... any opinions?

    • Awesome! I'm glad you did well ... CSCO is as safe as they come until 9 Feb (earnings), then it's gunslinging time ... there will be some selling pressure because of the last report ... but, there may be some buyers as well because CSCO has not really "participated" in the overall recent rally ... buy and sell as you see fit ... it is only the difference in the trading points that matter in the long run ... Cheers.
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      On another note, I don't understand why anyone would selloff Canada Lithium like today ... to me it's a no brainer ... institutions close the "bought deal" at $1.50 on 31 Jan ... they would not be doing the "bought deal" without warrants unless a permit is pending ... they already hired the engineering firm and production to start in 2012 (full in 2013) ... so, it seems very likely to me that once this "bought deal" is closed they will announce the permits and then the beginning of construction ... they already have support in Asia ... this will be a huge Lithium mine for Canada ... and, they really, really want it ... in any case, I'm buying (up to 15,000 shares now) ... Cheers.
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      Canada Lithium hires engineers for Quebec mineBY Reuters
      — 12:09 PM ET 01/24/2011
      * Mine to cost $202 mln to develop; production seen by 2012
      * To produce 44 mln pounds of lithium carbonate per year
      * Shares fall 4.1 pct to C$1.40 on TSX (In U.S. dollars unless noted)
      TORONTO, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Canada Lithium Corp (CLQMF) said on Monday that it had hired Genivar Inc (GNVUF) to manage the engineering contracts at its Quebec Lithium project, which could see limited production by 2012 of the metal used in high-tech electronics.

      Genivar (GNVUF), which is currently building a lithium cathode plant near Montreal, will manage the construction of the $202 million open-pit mine and processing facility in Val D'or, Quebec, about 525 km (325 miles) northwest of Montreal.

      Genivar (GNVUF) will work with mineral processing and engineering firm Met-Chem Canada on the Quebec Lithium project.

      Canada Lithium (CLQMF) said site work at the mine and processing plant would begin in mid-2011, with production set to start in late 2012 and full production by 2013.

      The project, which will mine lithium from hard rock and convert it to battery-grade lithium carbonate, is expected to produce 44 million pounds of carbonate a year.

      The majority of global lithium production comes from lithium brines in South America. Hard rock lithium is mined primarily in Australia.

      Lithium carbonate, which is used in electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as computer batteries and smartphones, is in high demand, with analysts predicting even bigger gains in years to come.

    • glebeglebeglebeglebe@verizon.net glebeglebeglebeglebe Jan 10, 2011 8:55 AM Flag

      take a look at YHGG.pk -- a huge Chinese ag company (actually a conglomerate), now trading at only 25% of book value -- i've held for a long time and i'm betting that it will be worth the wait...

      also like SIAF.pk and HFGB.ob -- both seem way undervalued...

      my biggest holding -- FRPT, which can easily triple from where it is now...

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