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edvacourt 3 posts  |  Last Activity: 7 hours ago Member since: Oct 23, 2012
  • To develop a safer shortcut is perhaps among the biggest things one can announce in scientific exploration. The good news about this is that it is likely just the first in a series of announcements. Many have screamed that HYSR has been too slow but science is painstaking and it can't be rushed. I'd say for a little group like HYSR that is trying to make history they have come a long way in a short period of time. UCSB must be very proud today as well. I look for this to test the highs again in the next couple of months.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    How close are they?

    by jarangutang21 Jul 27, 2014 5:33 PM
    edvacourt edvacourt Jul 27, 2014 7:03 PM Flag

    Great question and one that is only answered by actually getting there. The only thing people have to go by is the actual evidence which is as follows:

    1.2V announced- February 2014
    1.0V announced-August 2013
    0.75V announced-May 2013
    .020V announced-January 2013

    Major milestones left to achieve:

    1.23V-theoretical voltage for splitting Water into Hydrogen and Oxygen
    1.5V-necessary for mass production

    So the next move is big for many reasons. No one is thinking that they get to 1.5V at next announcement in my view. But do they make a10% leap which would take them to 1.32V and over a major milestone or do they make it 20% which would take them to 1.44V and within the most minuscule of striking distances to the promised land? My guess is between 1.3-1.35V. This will and should be seen as an enormous accomplishment and not only will Hypersolar receive scientific community credit, they should receive considerable interest from the business community (if indeed they haven't already). Just my two cents.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • edvacourt by edvacourt Jul 27, 2014 3:56 PM Flag

    Interesting week behind us. Either Tim Young or his PR person must have realized that people don't really understand exactly what (and perhaps how important) it is that HYSR is doing in terms of its drive to literally fuel our future, whether for large industry, home or transport vehicles (to begin with). They have a little ways to go but I think it is pretty encouraging that even after getting the day-trader crowd out at the end of the week this stock seems to want to keep building a base and move higher. The fact that it is below .05 right now astounds me given where it has the potential to go with the next meaningful announcement. It traded 60M shares between Tuesday and Wednesday which seems to show two things. One, that investors who have followed HYSR have not forgotten about it and two, new investors are again beginning to take note. We saw successive days of HYSR trading over 100M shares in March and my guess is that kind of volume may again be in our short term future. In any event it is not a great idea to go to sleep on this one. This is my view alone. As always do your own due diligence or consult a trusted financial advisor.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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