They are all flying. If we don't get news to support we'll fall right back to earth. "Green" transportation stocks are just this week's pot stocks.
At the meeting they picked up an application. Also, "The coordinator gave the attendees an overview of the process and answered numerous questions.."
Strong buy signal to be sure.
I, for one, am hoping it does.
FCEL, PLUG, ABAT all up big today. The Q rolled out of bed just before the bell.
When did Yahoo start to display their P/E etc. details again? Have I been asleep at the wheel? Last time I paid attention all the spaces were filled with N/A. This is a good thing, yes?
Quiznos was never a favorite of mine. It was just a toasty Subway. The vibe in the stores was the same, all fluorescent and cleaned with yesterday's dish towel. PB is different. Different foods, different vibes. And I'd guess its toastiness will be a draw and welcome surprise to those who liked the Q.
Interesting. If this comes into better focus quickly enough how do you think it might affect the common when the company exits BK?
That's what's wrong with kids these days. All instant gratification. Do like Ron Popeil said ...
Popped last fall before the extension. Calpine popped to a couple of bucks from the 0.20 range in the weeks before it came out (and everything became worthless). Is it unreasonable to expect a similar move here? Just don't hold too long (or sell too soon).
This was today's PR:
"USEI Cannabis, our subsidiary, is making progress in Colorado."
What followed was a recent history lesson on cannabis market progress in the state with no mention of what USEI intends to do. I don't have the sack to trade on fiction. Only folks making the money are the ones writing the PR. If only I could look over your shoulder ...
Tempted to take him off ignore to see what's written. But I haven't the time or desire. Time will tell. And if our patience pays I'll be simply happy for those of us who have stayed the course. I don't derive pleasure knowing another sad man in another basement has another sad day. Just the opposite, actually.
From an article in Torque News on the same day:
While the initial goal is an electric Saab 9-3, presumably it will be the 9-3 ePower concept car. At the 2010 Paris Auto Show, Saab unveiled the Saab 9-3 ePower, based on the 9-3 SportCombi wagon. That concept car had a 35.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack, a top speed of 93 miles per hour (150 km/h), and an estimated driving range of 125 mi (201 km). It used a 135 kilowatt (181 horsepower) drive train from UQM, and batteries from Boston Power. The ePower was to have begun a two-year trials, with 70 vehicles, in Sweden, with the goal of turning the on-road testing into a production vehicle. There was no word on whether UQM and Boston Power will continue supplying components for the new electric 9-3.
A presentation released by NEVS shows a roadmap of two electric vehicles. The first, to be launched in 2013/14, and a second to be launched later. The second Saab EV will be based on Japanese electric vehicle technology and the Phoenix platform. It also projects electric car sales in China to be much larger than in other companies, however by 2020 U.S. and Chinese electric car sales should be roughly the same.
But I feel we've seen something more recent ...
The cretins used to be amusing, then a bother, then just boring. Irrespective their motivation or what we think it to be, the cretins are truly just a sad dirge. Now, to me, they're invisible.
That they believe they add in a substantive way is sadder still. Put them out of our misery. Use that nifty Ignore feature and we can get back to having a more rational, more enjoyable, conversation.
I won't even close with #$%$ Bob because that's I think what he would want me to say. Creeper.