MBLX has been still is and will still be in the foreseeable future a speculative play.
Companies with little or no revenues, huge NOL's are the type of companies one should invest in if and only if they have the money they can comfortably lose in its ENTIRETY, without placing yourself and or your family in financial jeopardy.
One has to ask themselves, what is my risk tolerance?. If you invested in MBLX without considering that there was a possibility of losing all of your investment in this company, then shame on you,
you are to blame,not MBLX management, not government regulations, not hedge funds not Lynn Tilton, not Obama, et all you and you alone are at fault.
Yes I have some "skin in the game" and have watched my 3000 shares shrink to 500 as a result of the 1/6 stock split Yes, I am not happy of the potential prospect that my investment may very well be ZERO, in the very short term. Actually, I would not be surprised that that event in the short term takes place.
I assessed my financial situation, determined how much I could comfortably lose in this stock, and purchased accordingly. That should be task 1 in each and every investment decision one makes.
Now perhaps you might consider sharing your good fortune to the downtrodden, one in particular the Nature Boy Ric Flair.
Think of all the many hours of enjoyment you experienced watching Slick Rick perform in the squared circle. Think about the excitement you experienced knowing that soon you will hear Flair talk about his styling and profiling activities with the ladies.
Think about that as you can now give a portion of your winnings to Rick to help the poor guy with his cash flow problems.
Or maybe you can introduce him to Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton and the two of them can go on the talk circuit together and delight the masses with their steamy life stories. Lynn likes to strip and flip men, (not companies)and Slick Rick certainly has engaged in that activity on a number of occasions with the ladies.
Only one word to describe that potential partnership' Wooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Please translate what you just wrote to standard English for us challenged ham and eggers please.
Good to hear from you again Aviantruth.
With this stock price approaching zero, not much left to short. At least not enough potential cash flow needed to keep the lovely damsels happy.
You never did fully inform us of your "option" strategy regarding Farcebook (excuse me Facebook) Perhaps that revenue stream from that strategy is currently sufficient to keep the barge from remaining in dry dock indefinitely
We all know that the ladies have huge cash flow requirements.
Keep the Dos Equios beer flowing, the ladies require refreshment when subjected to his dissertations on the barge sailing off to the land of nowhere. Who else would want to bother listening to the "investment g-d " explaining his investment strategies.
Care to give us particulars?
If not please be advised that Uncle Sugar will be most interested in the details you report on your tax return.
And I strongly suggest you comply with that request.
That much you can and the rest of us can BOLEEVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yes, and CEO Patriarch Partner's Lynn Tilton will be paying for her legal council assisting her in her dispute with the SEC and various other disgruntled investors, by selling her personal assets to pay what will undoubtedly be huge legal expenses. None of her employees will be adversely affected by them losing their jobs.
I know that I have a long way to go in order to recover my basis in this stock.
I am not complaining, my investment in MBLX equals the sum total of all my risk capital that I have that I could lose it all tomorrow and still sleep at night. And at one time in the not too distant past, it came close.
A reminder to all that anyone investing in a publicly traded stock selling under $10.00 a share with little or no revenue streams or with huge NOL'S that Uncle Sugar will unlikely see any tax revenues from in the foreseeable future, is a pure speculative play, equivalent to one going to your friendly neighborhood casino
expecting to "beat the house" The odds ALWAYS FAVOR THE HOUSE, NO MATTER WHAT THE GAME.
Remember only invest in these type of securities the sum total that you can lose in its entirety,and not have it f hurt you and or the ones you love financially. . Then:
As written by, country music recording artist Mary Chapin Carpenter said in one of her songs, I take my chances, I pay my dollar, and I place my bet.
Good luck to all, including Mr. Scully.
The Diva of Distressed Companies Patriarch Partners CEO Lynn Tilton flips men.
Perhaps you are acquainted with her.
You must be a graduate of the Aviantruth school of investing.
Correction, I believe he is now known as DolfNacht on the Yahoo message boards for the rare earth securities.
His favorite rare earth miner he liked to trash Molycorp (MCP) is no longer trading given the fact that they filed for bankruptcy recently. I guess he made a ton of money shorting rare earth stock these past several years.
He may still be posting on the Avalon Metals (AVL) message board should you want to try and get in touch with him.
Perhaps the two of you can get together one day on his luxury barge, bring plenty of that Dos Equos beer on board, gather up some lovely damsels and sail off into the sunset.
Word of caution, the lovely damsels have huge cash flow requirements.
So stay shorting MBLX my friend.
Another graduate of the Aviantruth school of investing.
Grab a keg of Dos Equios beer and he will welcome you aboard his luxury barge sailing off into the sunset with the lovely damsels.
The lovely damsels have huge cash flow requirements, so another passenger on board will be a welcome addition to help with the large operating expenses.
So stay shorting my friend.
Give the lovely damsels on Aviantruth's luxury barge my regards.
You better be correct regarding sub $ 2.00. The lovely damsels have HUGE cash flow requirements.
Penny Stock 101, and all the others of their ilk NEVER DISCLOSE THEIR LOSSES.
The prudent investor will take the information they provide with a grain of salt, and do their own research from additional sources before investing. An educated investor knows the industry they are investing in. It takes time and effort to study and learn. Penny Stock 101 and all their counterparts hardly make that investment before making their recommendations. Their job is to provide information quickly and often, and that free newsletter is only good for wrapping that fresh fish your grand or great grand ma ma brought home from the market 100 years ago.
Those "talking head' bleached blondes on CNBC are an asset to the network, in that their "appearance" attracts the attention of the male audience . The more viewers, the higher the ratings,the more CNBC can charge advertisers for airtime, the more dollars in the corporate coffers available to continue to keep these "talking heads" on the air. to provide us with analysis of the marketplace on an ongoing basis..
Even though they may on the surface appear to be simply "eye candy" and some do seem to be more focused on making sure their hair appears "just right" on their shoulders , many of them are very knowledgeable about the markets. if you would only bother to pay any attention to what it is that they are saying and not how they physically appear on camera,. you just might one day grow up and be a successful investor.
Is PLUG's technology price competitive vs existing energy platforms?
Probably not Therefore if you are an individual whose job performance is predicated upon bottom line results, do you think that "green" options will be selected when that "green" option increases cost of doing business?
Your employer will no longer have need for your services for failure to minimize the "green"
that the business expended to operate.. You'll have all the time in the world to go styling and profiling with Nature Boy Ric Flair on his next excursion to Space Mountain.
If you see Tipper Gore on Space Mountain, can you let me know if she still has a double chin?
Health care REIT's appear to an attractive play in the years ahead
We are an aging society that will live longer Boomers will require assistance at various levels of need. The unfortunate reality is that some of us will have children who won't be in the position to provide that assistance . A small percentage won't want to be bothered
Some boomers who chose not to have children will have no family to turn to for that assistance.
While in the surface all of us old timers would prefer to live and stay in our own homes, many of us will not be physically able to Some of us who have not established an emotional bond to their residence will be seeking alternative living arrangements
Utilization of direct medical care services should only increase in the years ahead.
The marketplace will provide those options. It will need literately brick and mortar structures ie real estate to deliver those services. Rents will be generated from these brick and mortar assets,
Therefore, I believe that a health care REIT with the attractive yields that many provide, are and should be in each and every investor's investment portfolio. The key I believe is which REIT's are invested in those areas of the country that contain large groups of seniors who
would want or require the need of such services.
s are invo .
Who do you believe should head this "new qualified management team, YOU?
I have just begun to learn something about this REIT and one thing does concern me.
If any one amongst Sunrise, Genesis or Brookdale should decide to no longer partner with Welltower, how significantly would this impair Welltower's operations?
From your comments, it appears that you currently enjoy a net unrealized loss in your position with this investment
Given This REIT's dividend payment history, and their focus on the senior housing market, makes this an attractive investment long term,, even when interest rates eventually rise.
If your investment time horizon is short term (less professional expression to make a fast buck), I'm not sure that any REIT would be appropriate for you.;
If you deal with a financial planner (advisor) I recommend that you set up a meeting with him (her) and review (revisit) your financial objectives.
p- values, standard deviations, third moment about the mean, 50/200 day moving averages/resistance/ my proprietary computer model, the CNBC blonde's take on the market ,Lynn Tilton's patented CDO's financial packages, the throw the dart method, Cramer/T Boone Pickens/Warren Buffet yipping one thing I know for sure, I've got a headache
Our grandparents didn't need pivot tables, charts, regression analysis when they ran their businesses. They knew what their customers wanted and needed. They knew them as people, they knew their customers wants and needs and they delivered