Here is a post I made back in 2008-and for those of you following my advice-at the $1.88 a short while back-and as we all await the beginning of "major in the black" qrtly reports for the rest of the year-nothing has changed in my view...here's 18 months ago-my crystal ball doesn't lie, although I would make it a strong buy under $2. and not the $5. I had posted. LOXOMO
Back in June on two separate occasions I argued/urged you to Strong Buy on ECO and YOU DID-today's trading volume will top 1 mil shares. The WHY is obvious-no Harvard education needed to see and understand that once the pilot programs (plural) are a success it's only a matter of time before either a GE or other major worldwide enviro-focused company begins circling above to acquire, and/or the company remains on the Bledsoe track, stays private, and the stock heads north faster than any of us buying in the 10-40 cent range ever imagined. This has all the makings of another Toys R Us or Microsoft in a country desperate for new energy sources, exploration is destined to explode going ahead. So once again, I would urge anyone to BUY ESPH anywhere under $5/share...keep accumulating it-in time you and I will be rewarded and very wealthy people having had the vision/faith to tie into earth's premier friendliest company. Will the stock bounce back down to 50 cents-very possible-but LONG TERM we are golden-never lose site of the goal. loxomo
Apparently Ecosphere doesn't frequent the financial blogs. Perhaps it would be productive for Yahoo bloggers to send comments direct to Ecosphere, intimating that periodic constructive news, would be better than no news. At the very least, a comment from Ecosphere, about situations like the Arkansas natural gas in private wells, would increase the publics awareness of the name – “Ecosphere Technologies.”
Weve always had nat gas in water wells that get close to 500ft. My neighbor (2miles) could light the bubbles off water from the hose, that well has been there 50yrs, helped pull the pipe a couple times myself.Most wells around here are copperous and not that great to drink from anyway, I guess in a perverse way, since we had gas in the wells to begin with....now we have natural gas wells with water in them!