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  • tjyjmoore tjyjmoore Feb 3, 2011 9:49 AM Flag

    Consider ESLR an option call with no set expiration

    As a design engineer/consultant I toured this company in 1998. Met good talent from Polaroid and the string ribbon method was and is still is an excellent technology as opposed to ingot slicing. Unfortunately the management was not as smart as the engineering staff. Lost my 2008 profit in my recent attempt to catch the knife in revisiting the company in 2010 but I’m holding in there. At this point I think buying the common is analogous to buying a call option with the expiration being bankruptcy. Better odds than a real option and at least the company is trying to do everything they can to stay afloat. Low down side but phenomenal upside. Look at Ford and AA. All this bad news should be priced in the stock including the upcoming dilution. It was actually all on the table during the summer of 10. Making sense of the consistent fall just proves the lemming phenomena which explained the 08 rise and Cramer screaming about it at $15!! So if China and debt repositioning pans out for ESLR your investment may be x10-x50 in a few years. Regardless of any down position you may have, you have to ask yourself “would I buy if I was just coming in” the answer is yes for me hence i hold. BTW it's obvious that the clown who responds to all the speculative posts on this board made years ago with “LMFAO” has no money or life.

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