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  • watchitgo2 watchitgo2 Dec 26, 2012 1:26 AM Flag

    I previewed NENE to this board

    A few year ago.

    If merged what kind of technology could result?

    which would be the masculine company?

    which, if a merge were announced would you put a higher stake in?

    I am locking in more on NENE at this time.
    all portible devices are going solar, alternative energy is becoming essential.

    I still hold a stake in refr, but management is weak and underperforming and passive. they are paid too much. as our government, still have faith, but needs new leadership.

    If I could, I would probably put out a sort of like campbell soup commercial for economic value...mmm...mmm...good! LOL.

    If RFI fails to market this #$%$ now, I mean BETTER!, they will become the 8-track and be remembered as such!

    Just some comments from me, please don't hold me responsible for any rise or fall of refr value. I am a long term investor...I am SAYING ..Oh, #$%$ it's past my bed time! LOL! g'nite

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    • You shouldn't compare REFR to 8-tracks. 8-track technology worked quite well, and was an economic success story for over a decade.

      If you want a wild and scary ride, look at AMAVF. Oh wait! They use a viable technology. A technology which is in demand and actually selling. Better look some place else.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • Good call on NENE
      My Compliments!
      But what would lead you to invest in a money losing/cash burning, 4 employee, low cash on hand, secondary stock offering dilution, story stock like NENE ? And you are a long time Long in REFR too? Even an abused Irish Catholic doesn't self-hate that much.
      You sort of like to shoot craps, eh? House always Wynn's.(sic) you know.

      So what is the story on the marketing this time? No news is good news? I liked your 8-track analogy, except REFR will not be remembered. And there were millions of 8-tracks sold....SPD is in the few hundreds.

      Who elected Joe and Company? Who has heard as much as a "Peep" out of Darryl Daigle?

      Or are you in the camp with the bettors on the "Monitization of the Intellectual Property" crew?
      I think Joe believes he can sue Mercedes. I don't believe, in a legal waiting game, his $10MM cash will carry him too far, he burns $4MM a year doing nothing.
      Again, thanks for the tip on NENE, even if it is a scary ride!

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      • well...I like this one because of the potential, and it is so very similar to the development of SPD. RFI management is not equal to the task. Success will sooner come to NENE because they have a by far more ambition. Take a couple minutes here...i can't post link for utube clip. You can
        find it on the Ihub board. It is highlighted messages area. interesting indeed. But you can visit their superior website. comp/rfi

        But that is my opinion. You can formulate your own opinion on how I invest, it's me and i own up to it. Foolish? yeah, Nervouse? Now and then.

        Thanks for your concern, though. I am getting up in age.Experienced doesn't always mean wise. But it has highlighted REASON and that does not always live up to expectations either. ;-

      • The REFR suing Anybody Gambit is pure nonsense. Why would a company with a history of no royalty income; vastly overstated projections, and ridiculously over compensated insiders ever voluntarily take this fetid stock selling scam into any court in America.

        It is just one more BS story for watchitgo and the other "strong buy" dorks to churn on this message board.

 
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