I'm only a guy with a high school education, close to retirement that over the years invested in the stock market about 3 previous times in my past and lost every time. Usually from advice from stock brokers. I found info on fuel cells back around 98 I think from a partial news report from something Al Gore was saying. I missed most of that report and found on the internet the next something that report may have been about that was about fuel cells and auto's. From there I found things about Ballard and other fuel cell companies. So I'm not any kind of an expert. I'm in this for what I consider the long run. From all the different fuel cell and fuel cell related companies I was invested in a year ago I was up over $100,000 I didn't want to sell out and pay income tax selling them, and now a year later I'm loosing a little from all I have invested. So I just watched it slowly kind of disappear. But my plan was still the long run. I have bought more as the market came down, and I plan on buying more Ballard. I think the reasons I went into this in the first place are still there. I think the time is getting closer and a lot more companies are now into trying to develop fuel cells. I'm also into companies that I believe will be suppling materials and fuels ect for the fuel cell. To Be continued.