Do I love the company-nope. But technically I think it goes higher. Easily back to 500.00. Not a huge position because I think the risk of more outbreaks is still high in the long term.
Fitbit to the rescue.Numbers jump from 1 and 1.5% for boys,girls to 17 and 9%
That is from the last boardroom meeting I sat in on ;) 30.00
Is 200% from here..unfortunately you bought the top. I hope you continue to buy at lower levels. Buyouts usually happen to smaller companies that are leading in a new field that looks ready to explode in order to better handle the volumes of new work. I hope it doesn't happen as we should be over 50.00 in two years. We will see
they are waiting to include it in the one that says Siemens to purchase hygs for 30.00 per share ;)
They will present the technology this week during the world's largest industrial trade fair, Hannover Messe (April 25-29), in Hanover, Germany. Another Google article on it
The 3 who voted in favor are right?
Those buying here know some inside info?
How can someone on a board abstain from voting.. the whole reason you are on the board is to help make a decision.. what if all decided to abstain?
Not sure what this costs but solves for delivering h2 using existing infrastructure...seems to really strengthen case for P2G
I think you may be right. Bought for the breakout and product, but pattern has a great shot of forming. Not to flat imo especially if we rise quickly here. Definitely not a fad, as long as you have people putting on weight and needing exercise and motivation. Just the start of a new category and lifestyle change. Similar to the shift from dumb phone to smartphone this is a new category and lifestyle change.
The Christian Science
By Jason Thomson, Staff / April 14, 2016
The global deal reached at the Paris climate conference of December 2015 could come into force two years ahead of schedule, according to comments Monday by Christiana Figueres, the United Nations' climate chief.
The agreement was originally intended to swing into action in 2020, but this requires only that it be signed and ratified by 55 countries representing 55 percent of the world's total emissions. That target appears likely to be reached well in advance of the original deadline.
A huge step in that direction is to take place on April 22, when at least 130 countries are expected to come together in New York and sign the agreement, shattering the current record held by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, signed Dec. 10, 1982 by 119 countries.
But signing and ratifying the paperwork is just the first step, albeit a vital one, and it is what comes next, the actions taken to implement the agreement’s targets, that will hold the power to catalyze substantial change.
"We are two minutes to midnight on climate change. If you ask me, the Paris agreement is 10 years too late," said Ms. Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The deal reached in Paris set a target of keeping global temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels, and in order to achieve that, said Figueres, the global community is going to have to make a gargantuan effort to switch to clean energy and low-carbon infrastructure.
Figueres likened the effort required to achieve this, according to Reuters, to the mammoth undertaking of reconstruction following the devastation of World War II
Target of 15