Recent

% | $
Quotes you view appear here for quick access.

Vical Incorporated Message Board

ballman6711 1 post  |  Last Activity: Apr 29, 2016 5:43 PM Member since: May 7, 2010
SortNewest  |  Oldest  |  Highest Rated Expand all messages
  • ballman6711 by ballman6711 Apr 29, 2016 5:43 PM Flag

    Anytime the price moves here, whether up or down, we end up with all kinds of nonsense. Poster's screaming "buy", "sell", or some other "the sky is falling" bs. The worst is the "look at my investor site" bs.

    Everybody that has been here for awhile knows the long story, so I'll just tell the short story.

    HTM is a utility company. They are an alternative energy company that produces and sells electricity.

    HTM is currently profitable. Yes, I said currently, as anything can change.

    HTM has posted a profit for the last 10~12 quarters or thereabouts. Every quarter.

    HTM management has said they want to increase shareholders value (read as increase the stock price).

    My thoughts...

    The current management of this company has a plan. They seem to be executing said plan very well, as the profits suggest. They also tend to be very tight lipped about details of this plan. And I'm ok with that. I had my own business, and understand the need to keep things quiet until a deal is finalized.

    Anyone who says "The company isn't growing fast enough", "Projects take too long", "They're spending too much money", or some other form of bs has never owned or managed a business. HTM is growing at a very respectful rate. The company is, relatively speaking, young.

    If you think it's difficult managing your income versus your debt on a monthly basis, try managing a company making hundreds of thousands a month. Seems easy, until you have to pay bills, salary's, unforeseen events, etc....

    This company is doing fine. Our new "whale" may or may not mess things up. Time will tell.

    As an investor, and sometimes a trader, I will continue to execute "my" plan. You should all do the same, and do what's in your best interest.

    Thumbs up or down, doesn't really matter. As always, reply's are welcome.

    chris

VICL
4.0336+0.2336(+6.15%)2:29 PMEDT