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billwilson1804 2955 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 21, 2015 11:34 AM Member since: Oct 5, 2007
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  • by billwilson1804 Aug 21, 2015 11:34 AM Flag

    I would love to understand how a dividend is paid for this security. My acct. val. shows div. amount taken out and divident put back in. Appears I pay my own dividend. SEC? Black hole there and defies my abilty to see how I receive a dividend.

  • Just back from several state review of Universities and Whole Foods East and South. Booming and very good customer service with great locations and more stores. All good.

  • China has been the recipient of U.S. massive corruption from W. Street market makers and players using hit pieces, naked shorting, fees to take private, and other manipulations to destroy value. Now the temptations are too great for any reasonable person looking at value like Chen and other Venture capital firms or they helped the process to steal value from the market and take it to other markets to instantly get another great return after shorting/destroying on the way down. Companies like CPQQ massively undervalued and selling below cash are advised from U.S. to go dark. SEC? U.S. Government concern for shareholders here? Fair Markets by W. Street?

  • With small caps like CPQQ selling far far far below cash on the books, great energy saving products, vastly profitable and great growth prospects with government support how could an America advisor tell them to go dark or delist? That is what seems to have happened and any relief from the apparent corruption either from our side or China would at least be a ten bagger. With Chen and other venture capital firms going private and relisting on one of their markets it seems our market makers, powers have destroyed China compnanies, especially the small ones with the bully tactics of hit pieces, naked shorting, going dark etc etc. Misspriced and wrong.

  • billwilson1804 Jun 9, 2015 4:07 PM Flag

    Like many doing more you can too.

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    Don't buy the Marlboro Lie.

    by billwilson1804 Jun 9, 2015 2:51 PM billwilson1804 Jun 9, 2015 4:04 PM Flag

    Like the cancers from smoking but times a thousand the real costs of carbon have to be kept off the books of the carbon companies through massive government corruption and propaganda like right wing think tank/talk hosts etc. Put the real costs being socialized like health care and destroyed environment and the alternatives to carbon become the clear winer and get the clear support needed.

  • billwilson1804 Jun 9, 2015 2:54 PM Flag

    They try to say they know more than every scientific organization in the world that studies the subject. 100% tell us man made climate change is real, and needs urgent attention. These people deny science and believe each others lies/propaganda.

  • by billwilson1804 Jun 9, 2015 2:51 PM Flag

    Like smoking the industry of carbon has 100 plus years of free use of our land, air, and water. Being paid to destroy life and endless cash to play the game of delay and deciet to keep burning every last pool of carbon. That includes tarsands that today immediatly equates to cancers and ecocide/genocide in Canada under the far right wing government that both parties here wink at. With Capitalism or the free flow of capital we would have solar and alternatives/efficiencies 100 years favored going forward. So hope we demand the playing field is tilted the right way to favor life and honest investing. Tarsands with endless pipe schemes like keystoneXL are clear crimes against humanity and like the exploding rail cars puts both parties on the side of carbon not honest investing and the common good.

  • Considering the ecocide and genocide even before climate change would make the money flow from carbon to solar and alternatives and efficiencies. As China leads with Solar U.S. both parties lead with divide and rule and work for multinational corporations W. Street favors like oil and gas to the detriment of honest investing in companies that save lives today and perhaps the planet tomorow. SEC?? Government working for the people not corporations like oil and gas? Honest market making? Shame?

  • billwilson1804 Jun 8, 2015 10:24 PM Flag

    With this four year old article we have seen more take aways from the public U.S. investors to pad accounts of players advising the China companies to go dark. One example is CPQQ where a Texas investor advised them and others on how to apparently do it. SEC???? It is U.S. started and continued corruption imho.

  • by billwilson1804 Jun 8, 2015 10:46 AM Flag

    There are great companies in China selling below cash per share that were destr;oyed by market makers and W. Street in my opinion intentionally to favor larger clients in the energy field of carbon. Companies spewing death and destruction exploiting tarsands are invested in by key Washington insiders like Boehner and many Democrats. Both parties are helping to counter the divestment movement that esentially means we can't invest in companies doing great things to solve major problems like the ecocide and genocide from tarsands and man made global warming.

    Sure insiders in China play along and take advantage of our divide and rule even as China leads with Solar and India with wind. Between Hillary's ties to oil and gas while at State or the President winking at S. Leg of Keystone or Boehner's investments in tarsands while trying to blackmail keystoneXL on last minute jobs bill it means our markets are massively manipulated in my humble opinion. Take a look at CPQQ selling energy eff. products trashed and just going dark and several others with more cash than the stock sells for. Capitialism and the free flow of capital to where it needs to go?

  • billwilson1804 Mar 14, 2015 11:27 AM Flag

    Advised by the shareholder from Texas. Oil Man or just making fees for bad advice?

  • billwilson1804 Mar 12, 2015 7:26 PM Flag

    And even today the corrupted tarsands companies buying or gutting our governments get the W. Street support and march higher. Examp. is ENB and TRP. At some point we need some rules of the road to facilitate honest investing to overcome schemes like KeystoneXL.

  • by billwilson1804 Mar 12, 2015 6:27 PM Flag

    Can you imagine if this was a U.S based company? Seems we would see a least an SEC investigation of price depression. If small cap China the MM's would have let insiders take it dark already. Meanwhile large cap fossil fuels gets backing of more corporate socialism through corrupted markets imo.

  • by billwilson1804 Mar 12, 2015 11:25 AM Flag

    What is the difference between China and U.S.? Chinese Government gets behind great things for the common good by driving demand to meet citizens demand for clean air. Here our government denies the need for honest markets, pushes death and destruction around the world with KeystoneXL/tarsands, and lets W. Street rape honest investors around the world.

  • by billwilson1804 Mar 4, 2015 11:28 AM Flag

    Any time now society may wake up from the hundred plus years of oil subsidies and real costs of destroyed environment and health kept off their books. That would push solar up as real demand compounds in the right direction away from the new and dirtiest carbons/tarsands/keystone pipe schemes. There are new hit pieces each day likely funded like the right wing talk hosts and for China the market makers have taken lots of the small ones dark or helped the Chinese steal investors money. Hope the corruption of oil funding harm abates soon.

  • by billwilson1804 Feb 26, 2015 10:51 AM Flag

    Has Canada decided to respect their own people and the human cries to save the children and life on the planet? If so they can really gain by recognizing the science and massive harms of wreckless tarsands put into the lungs of humanity and our one atmosphere. Going back to a diversified economy and manufacturing base instead of flooding the world with a known brew of cancer causing chemicals seems more than logical. Betting against our children and the future is not an option except for those that think corruption and bribes and endless lies will prevail against the common good. Hope people divest and help save life.

  • by billwilson1804 Feb 25, 2015 11:56 AM Flag

    Yes the Pres. winked at S. Leg and did not yet Reject. But it is the first time money, bribes, intimidation, corrruption etc. have not gotten exactly the way of the tarsands industry in a significant public decision. Look for clear Reject and stop to S. Leg and all tarsands operations as unlike smoking the government will not get in on the take in a sustained manner and the massive harms of extracting, cleaning, shipping by any method, millions of premature deaths, ecocide and genocide etc. all finally are exposed and our politicians can't sustain the public outcry to stop.

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    by billwilson1804 Dec 17, 2014 10:55 AM billwilson1804 Dec 18, 2014 4:12 PM Flag

    Seems not everyone knows what happened. Even with Solyndra the government did very well and is making a good return. Start ups have a high mortality rate so to single out Solyndra started and backed under Republicans continues to be like denial of global warming or a wrong position and irrational. Independent venture capital firms have confirmed the government did very well and showed massively increase the funding.

  • by billwilson1804 Dec 17, 2014 10:55 AM Flag

    Just my opinion but letting W. Street run their own show with little to no oversight by the Pres. or a viable SEC has destroyed the free flow of capital that could make solar the clear winner for a better world of investing in where we need to go.

    Instead the market makers and insiders on W. Street are favoring every large cap growth story from U.S. and destroying, taking dark, small cap ones from China. Examples are CPQQ and many others where cash far exceeded the stock price, profitable, doing great things for the alternative energy sector etc. etc. Favoring large cap energy like traditional Fossil fuels is just more corporate socialism that makes investing not a viable endeavor for ethical and socially valuable focused investors. Reason this is not taken dark is there are enough people that would demand hearings. jmo.

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