Oh yes they would if they could bend it in their favor. Same with a lawyer.
Stock $10 to $1 whilst BDI went from 1000 to 350...now BDI 660 is telling me something more than your bashing ever will. I'm up from $1.20. I don't normally bottom fish, but this one seems like a no brainier at this price. All a matter of perspective and position. Sorry you lost ...the person that sold it to you likely did ok. Stocks are a zero sum game.
BTW I know your a last word guy...so this is my last word to you on this subject. So reply away I'm done.
Lewis this is what I found:
Small light water reactors are designed to capitalize on the benefits of North American modular construction, ease of transportation and reduced financing, making them a good option for areas where These designs typically are smaller than 300 megawatts electric and could replace older fossil-fired power stations of similar size. Designs under development include:
Babcock & Wilcox Co. mPower Reactor
The mPower reactor design is a 180-megawatt electric advanced light water reactor design that uses natural phenomena such as gravity, convection and conduction to cool the reactor in an emergency with a below-ground containment.
Holtec Inherently Safe Modular Underground Reactor (HI-SMUR) 160
The HI-SMUR 160 is a 160-megawatt reactor with an underground core. That feature, Holtec says, means there is no need for a reactor coolant pump or off-site power to cool the reactor core.
NuScale Power Module
The NuScale Power Module is a new kind of nuclear power plant – a smaller, scalable version of pressurized water reactor technology with natural safety features which enable it to safely shut down and self-cool, with no operator action, no AC or DC power, and no external water. Each NuScale Power Module is 45 MW and has a fully integrated, factory-built containment and reactor pressure vessel.
The Westinghouse SMR
The Westinghouse SMR is a 200-megawatt integral pressurized water reactor with all primary components located inside the reactor vessel. It is based on the AP1000 reactor design, which is being built in many new nuclear plants around the world.
Moody says sell...Time to buy. Profit was decent. HMM will get worked out.BDI is trending up, Panama canal opens June with bigger ships. Lastly, the best will survive. NMM is one of the top shippers. Company is still "afloat"
You can thank Harry Reid and the Obama morons running our "not me" entitlements priority government. They are suppose to be political SCIENCE people running this country based on a constitution; not socialistic politicians with their own agenda. Vote for realistic people this year. I'm done for a month now.
This stock can easily be manipulated. Just a few weeks ago the whole company was worth ~ $10m. Chump change for the racketeering traders. So watch out for P and D.
What data might you have in this vision?
Yes correlation, but not 1/1 as competition and NMM specifics/margins and future expectations are all different.. But yes have a look at what NMM was when BDI was 600. BDI near 600here are 3 samples: 9/14/2012 NMM was $14-15, 05/08/15 $10-11, 11/06/2015 $4-5. So take your choice.
Today, Monday, March 14 2016, the Baltic Dry Index climbed by 5 points, reaching 393 points.
Baltic Dry Index is compiled by the London-based Baltic Exchange and covers prices for transported cargo such as coal, grain and iron ore. The index is based on a daily survey of agents all over the world. Baltic Dry hit a temporary peak on May 20, 2008, when the index hit 11,793. The lowest level ever reached was on Wednesday the 10th of February 2016, when the index dropped to 290 points.