...also, any company the size of WSCI that is only owned 2.77% by insiders speaks volumes. These guys got the stock in the public markets to run for the hills. Why should they work any harder to save the company? They own 132K worth of stock. It is a joke. As far as they care it can go to ZERO...they have long since cashed out of this small-fry. Nice debt load though.
Good wind article, Can't post link it's part of TDAmeritrade streaming news
SectorWatch.biz Releases Wind Energy Report for Investors in Companies NCEN, TRN, KDN, OC, AMN and TNBLast update: 2/11/2009 7:00:00 AMIRVINE, Calif., Feb 11, 2009 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Investors in leading wind energy companies including Trinity Industries, Inc. (TRN), Kaydon Corporation (KDN), Owens Corning (OC), Ameron International Corporation (AMN), and Thomas & Betts Corp. (TNB) should view a report released by StockUpTicks.com. The report examines the wind industry and the efforts of Nacel Energy Inc. (NCEN) in executing their business plan. The report can be accessed directly at: From the report: Currently, America harnesses more than 21,000 MW of electric energy from wind; enough to meet the needs of 5.5 million average homes. And, according to a Department of Energy report, wind can provide much more...as much as 20% of America's energy needs by 2030. Why wind energy? Wind energy produces no emissions and does not pollute our air or water and unlike nuclear power, requires no hazardous waste storage. Both coal (a heavy polluter) and natural gas release greenhouse gases that also may affect our world's climate. An increasingly important economic and strategic benefit of wind energy is its contribution to reducing our dependence on imported energy from less secure regions across the globe. Nacel Energy is engaged in the business of generating clean, profitable, renewable energy from wind. For more information visit Nacel Energy's website Statements herein may contain forward-looking statements and are subject to significant risks and uncertainties affecting results. SectorWatch.biz is property of Market Pathways Financial Relations Inc. (MP). MP provides no assurance as to the subject company's plans or ability to effect proposed actions and cannot project capabilities, intent, resources, or experience. The subject companies have not always approved the statements made in this report. This report is neither a solicitation to buy nor an offer to sell securities but is for information purposes only and should not be used as the basis for any investment decision. J.A. Knepp CRD#2849651. MP isn't an investment advisor, analyst or licensed broker dealer and this report isn't investment advice. MP has been paid $10,000 by Before the Bell Publishing LLC for preparation and distribution of this report and other advertising services. This constitutes a conflict of interest as to MP's ability to remain objective in communication regarding the subject company. Contact: Kurt Divich, Editor Market Pathways /SectorWatch.biz
Nah...ALD is run by inept business-persons. They have been paying themselves massive dividends over the years rather than using excess cash flow to reduce/control credit exposures. Now...they are paying for it. ALD could double. It could go chp-11 too. It might be worth a small bet but I would not hold my breath on it. Stocks do not fall from 23/share to 1.21/share inside a year because management is doing a good job. These guys are in the "zone of insolvency" and owe more duties to their creditors than shareholders.