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jonluxy 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 29, 2016 3:04 PM Member since: Dec 5, 1999
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    ttiiimmmbbbeerr

    by hillbillytrader_xxx Jun 28, 2016 11:06 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 29, 2016 3:04 PM Flag

    Yes, bashers actually usually come out when the stock is going down already or has already shot up and seems to be topping. They like to be right. But if for no other reason then to pat themselves on the back, or to opportunely seem as if they were in the know, it is a well known contra indicator. We experts don't know exactly 'why', yet, but maybe there is some sensitivity they have to good things going on in the background or the increased potential for good news which makes them nervous. It's good to point out we are up over 50% since the last 'timber'. I see no technical reason for it (the 'timber') so does it mean we should expect to go up another 50% or more before the next 'timber'? This is just a suggested possibility and not necessarily true. But we do probably need more empirical data before this theory becomes widely accepted. Comments welcome.

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    Progress Report: Mexico vs. China

    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 2, 2016 1:20 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 27, 2016 4:04 PM Flag

    But don't all these reports have caveats saying they can't beheld to any forward looking statements because #$%$ happens? All we can really do is sit on the sidelines, speculate until the cows come home, worry a little, and hope they can carry the ball into the end zone (before the next ice age, great flood, WWIII, an asteroid hits, the super volcano in Yellowstone erupts, etc..).

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    Progress Report: Mexico vs. China

    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 2, 2016 1:20 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 24, 2016 1:15 PM Flag

    With all the new levitation technology and gravity shielding effects they are studying in the realm of physics, you'd think we could come up with a way to levitate stock prices or at least shield them from the force of gravity to which they seem so susceptible (so they would just stay up).

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    Progress Report: Mexico vs. China

    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 2, 2016 1:20 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 24, 2016 10:26 AM Flag

    I hope they can swing that $3.00 to $5.00 range before I retire. I am 64 in August but will work until I'm 70 if they love me enough to keep me around.

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    Progress Report: Mexico vs. China

    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 2, 2016 1:20 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 22, 2016 10:24 AM Flag

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  • jonluxy jonluxy Jun 22, 2016 10:22 AM Flag

    I have no idea where Porterville is but the online Porterville Recorder had a mention of Nanoflex in reference to its power paint in a commentary by Kristi McCracken:

    "Looking toward the future, it appears pretty bleak to some though recent technological innovations might give a glimmer of hope. Bright minds are formulating some pretty amazing solutions.

    On the summer solstice, it seems appropriate to look to the sun for some answers. NanoFlex Power Corporation is developing solar technology by creating a paint to generate energy from light. This thin photovoltaic liquid coating can use sunlight as well as artificial light to generate electrical power. Adding this transparent liquid to windows in cars or houses can turn them into small power plants.

    Solar energy can now be generated at night and during unpredictable weather situations such as cloud cover. A solar power plant in the Spanish province of Andalucía is concentrating heat that is stored in molten salt and utilized later. Brenmiller Energy is also piloting innovative solar technologies in the desert of Israel to generate electricity 24 hours a day.

  • jonluxy jonluxy Jun 13, 2016 4:00 PM Flag

    Probably the calendar made a mistake. Some of us are born know-it-alls and some of us are nitwit know-nothings. Maybe both are the same. Somehow many of us think we are as smart as we think are but I have doubts any of us are that smart.

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    Progress Report: Mexico vs. China

    by luke_sky_walk_er Jun 2, 2016 1:20 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 13, 2016 3:21 PM Flag

    The Narrmann Milk website says this:
    Quality is a top priority at Naarmann...There is strict compliance with the hygiene criteria in accordance with the HACCP concept and the provisions of DIN ISO 9001 and the IFS. To do so, the most up-to-date production, sterile tank, filling and packaging technology is used and a wide variety of high quality products are produced every day.
    Aseptic
    ...modern the facilities ... starting from the pasteurization facilities up to the filling facilities, new investment is continually made to keep up with technological developments. The special discipline of the Privatmolkerei Naarmann is aseptics i.e. sterile filling of products into sterilized packaging... Today we are specialists in long-life, carefully pasteurized milk and cream products.
    Alongside really widespread products such as long-life milk, cream and condensed milk, at Naarmann superior products such as yoghurt drinks, high quality cocoa, puddings and sauces (e.g. Hollandaise) are prepared in large quantities. The pasteurization and filling of such long-life products requires a high degree of experience and know how.
    A further feature to be noted is that Naarmann products are not only filled into 1 litre cartons. The possible filing quantities range from 0.2 litres ...5 litres, 10 litres up to 1000 litres. The containers above 5 litres are either filled into buckets or bag-in-box packaging (a sterile bag in a box). For 1000 litre containers reusable containers are usually used instead of a box. Various picking systems for the bag-in-box products are also offered.
    It looks the Answer fits their brand to a 'T'. But one thing for sure. It would help seal the impression that they are aseptic where it counts! I suppose if they offer samples to their customers they might start mass producing? It would extend shelf life after first use and hey, that's an advantage!

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    Check the Nanoflex IP page

    by jackgotney Jun 7, 2016 2:28 PM
    jonluxy jonluxy Jun 13, 2016 10:26 AM Flag

    I didn't have trouble getting through last week. Getting info is the hard part. You probably won't get anything that is not already out there on the website. My take was they are commercializing the GaAs thin film technology, To get more detail on that look at the presentation on their website. FYI - They are still there.

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