The best opportunities come when financial newspapers, shorts, and websites are filled with doom and gloom. Everyone is scared. Your friends and family and coworkers will tell you that buying PLUG is crazy.
You can't be like everyone else if you want to make big money speculating. No matter how great the upside potential, almost no one wants to buy when things are really, really cheap… when you should get in and buy with both hands. Patience,will pay off well because things go down before they start going your way. But when they do, you can make 500%, 1000%, in a few months, maybe less. PLUG has done that before. Sitting here watching H2 FCs grow!
Ridiculous!! No one forces anyone in or out of a position. You are clueless! Buyers and sellers, just that simple.Perhaps that is just to complex for some to understand.
Does anyone follow the developments in the new DC? Are you aware PLUG is installing H2 fuel cells in all Class 1,2,3 fork lifts there? More DCs will be converted this year as well.
Interesting to see if a story of a bombing appears on any network or cable news. If it does look out ,3 easy. also another strike could occur at anytime. Maybe NSU needs air defenses to stop the vandalism.
nyguy, what is your opinion of and the legitimacy of the potential lawsuits against PLUG?
On March 3, 2015, the Company announced a delay in the filing of its Form 10-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission due to unforeseen delays in collecting financial and other related data, due to a substantially higher level of complex customer transactions. As a result, according to the Company, full-year results also have not been finalized. PLUG is also unable to provide a reasonable estimate of the results or the anticipated change from prior period results.
The Pomerantz Firm, with offices in New York, Chicago, San Diego and Florida, is acknowledged as one of the premier firms in the areas of corporate, securities, and antitrust class litigation.
To summarize, common sense suggests that any NT is bad news for the company, and a red flag for investors and regulators alike. A little digging into the data suggests that NT filings that are either filed outside of the 40-41 days window or are not followed with a prompt completion of financial reports raises more significant red flags.
In the next post on this topic, we will look into NTs that cited accounting issues as the reason for delay. These, according to the accounting literature, are especially significant to investors and regulators.