"You see, I am here for me just like all other posters on this board. In the words of Sternbeachlime, "I can not give away all of my trading secrets" LOL.."
Doesn't sound like a trust worthy guy to me.
It'll be fine. Too good of a product, good R&D, and great and growing market. They will be able to stumble to profitability. They have to do something with all of that natural gas they keep finding. Unlike the fuel cell, wind turbine, and solar stocks Capstone is going it alone without the major subsidies to keep them afloat. Once we get a Republican President who knows how to increase GNP and hold off wasteful spending companies like Capstone will be telling the EPA where to go. In the meantime, slow and steady as she goes.
In other words you talk with a forked tongue, certainly not a straightalker.so who cares if you think it is a hold or buy. From your post if you buy a stock you think all should hold with no new buyers.
"On March 26th, 2014, a case was filed against Cisco. According to Spherix, the infringement accounted for a "vast majority" of Cisco's more than $43 billion in sales of routers and switches in the United States over the five years ended July 27, 2013. Spherix contends that the scope of Cisco's infringement of the asserted patents has been and continues to be immense. Suppose management is right, 75% of $43 billion makes $32 billion. Apply a moderate 3% royalty rate, and you have a gross $1 billion claim. Of course, management is (always) optimistic, but it does show how big this case is."
Cisco is the hub of everything.
They won't win all their cases but the quality of the patents, and the fact that most are not software related, and many are standard essential patents puts them in an envious position.
LaLaLaLa the imagination is working good today. Too bad it is filled with so many inaccuracies that it doesn't do you or anyone else any good, LaLaLa
Gee, sounds like you are tooting the horn of the leader in it's field, Capstone Turbines. Of course you didn't mention the air bearings that completely takes away the need for oil and oil maintenance. Hate to go out there in -40 degree weather and do an oil change on a system locked up because the oil gunked up in that terrible weather.
But what about the Russian sanctions? I guess that only applies to Capstone. LOL. Capstone smartly avoided a large contract with all the additional expenses it would have entailed, not to mention the looming sanctions against Russian companies. They instead chose a course that would not expose them to depend too heavily on the Russian market and one that would not jeopardize large cash out lays on a very big contract. Pay as you go is much better with a customer under looming financial restraints. Way to go Capstone.
Spoken like a true knucklehead.
"increase domestic supply and reshape the U.S. energy economy as well"
Reshaping is good for Cappy's business model.