Interesting story/article. Google title if interested, "The world is running low on old single malt Scotch"
Google article title if interested, "55% Of EV Enthusiasts Intend To Buy Tesla Model 3"
Just a few weeks before I get to order my two Model 3's. One for me and one to sell, for a profit when the demand is so high that people are willing to pay for my place in line, rather than wait. :-)
Who cares, do you need a study to know that EVERYONE that is an EV fan is going to buy this vehicle. 55% is way conservative. Why do you think I'm buying two. There will be so many people in line to order. Wait for it, your going to see lines at the Tesla stores, because people don't want to wait the one day to order on line.
WSJ, March 15th 2016.
Google article title if interested, "UPS to Invest $100 Million in CNG Trucks and Infrastructure"
Google article title if interested, "Wsi Industries Incorporated (NASDAQ:WSCI) Shorted Shares Decreased By 91.67%"
Google article title if interested, "Reeds started at buy with $10 stock price target at Wunderlich Securities"
Mar 22nd, 2016
Google article title if interested, "EnerNOC, Inc. (ENOC) CEO Timothy G. Healy Purchases 8,170 Shares of Stock"
"The shares were purchased at an average price of $7.36 per share, for a total transaction of $60,131.20. Following the completion of the acquisition, the chief executive officer now directly owns 1,353,907 shares in the company, valued at $9,964,755.52."
As before, Google article if interested, "First Washington Corp buys $2,317,463 stake in eMagin Corporation (EMAN)"
Google article title if interested, ""Revolutionary" New Machine Helps to Keep Blood Safe"
“This is revolutionary!” said Grable.
The machine is called the Intercept. The combination of a filter, additive and UV light eliminate blood bourne pathogens, like Zikavirus, Chikungunya, Denguevirus and much more.
“It would effectively render testing inconsequential because we have the ability to eliminate the threat,” said Grable.
The new machine works with just platelets right now. Grable says all blood products could eventually go through this process.
CBCC is only the fourth blood center in the country to have the Intercept.