last 2 buybacks it was this way about one month After Buyback announce the stock prise began to rise, just sayin glad I averaged down again with TASER,,, loved the $12's and $13's
1.57 x 60400
1.58 x 44200,,, even though they R large,,, jmojmojmo,gallen
or better,,, just sayin take a look thru History! jmo, gallen
Gale just popped OVER $3
BUY Back, now for some really Juicy NEWS,,, jmo,gallen
Mr. Taylor served as Group Product Manager at Google Inc. until June 2007, where he co-created Google Maps and the Google Maps API. He then joined venture capital firm Benchmark Capital as an entrepreneur-in-residence where he founded the social network Friendfeed, Inc. with former Google employee, Jim Norris. Taylor was the CEO of FriendFeed until August 2009, when Facebook acquired the company. Taylor was the Chief Technology Officer of Facebook until the summer of 2012 and supervised some of Facebook's newest and most important products, including the creation of the Open Graph, the App Center, and its integration with the Apple App Store. He is now CEO and co-founder of Quip. Taylor attended Stanford University, where he earned his bachelor's degree and a master's degree in computer science. enough to put TASER back into the $20 Pronto!!! imho, gallen
Capstone Turbine Corporation Earnings: Will the Red Ink Finally End?
By Dan Caplinger | More Articles
June 10, 2014 | Comments (0)
On Thursday, Capstone Turbine (NASDAQ: CPST ) will release its quarterly report, and investors have gone through a real roller-coaster ride with their microturbine-maker's share price over the past few months. Even as fuel-cell companies Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG ) and FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL ) have received a lot of attention from investors lately, Capstone Turbine finally looks ready to break even and become profitable in the not-too-distant future.
From the Motleys fools this AM: Could the Cost of Solar Panels Go Up Following New Tariffs? someone gotta pay for them Tarrifs!
CHATSWORTH, Calif., June 10, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capstone Turbine Corporation (CPST), the world's leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, proudly announced today that the Masonic Village site in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania has surpassed 100,000 hours of operation.
Masonic Village is a sprawling continuing-care retirement community, children's home, and community service organization that opened in 1910. Today, the 1,400-acre complex serves more than 1,700 residents. For decades, the complex was driven by a coal-fired plant that burned more than 5,000 tons of coal each year. Even after the campus decommissioned the generators in the 1950s and switched to power from the local utility, it continued to use coal to fuel two 400-horsepower boilers and one 25-horsepower boiler. The coal-driven system was an emission hazard and required two people to manually operate and maintain it around the clock for more than 50 years.
In 2002, officials at Masonic Village moved to a next generation technology for their heating and electric needs by installing low-emission Capstone microturbines that produce a combined 390kW of electricity, equal to powering 205 homes. The system produces 10% of their electricity demand, 100% of the hot water needs during shoulder and summer months, and has a demonstrated system efficiency of up to 85%. When compared to the original coal-fired plant Masonic Village used for more than 90 years, the Capstone installation has drastically reduced carbon emissions an astounding 31,511 tons in nine years. The plant is the equivalent of removing 7,062 cars from the road or planting 11,212 acres of forest.
"It's not just the fact that we're generating electricity," Jeff Gromis, Facilities Engineer, said. "We're also using the exhaust to preheat our domestic hot water for the core areas of the campus, which is what really makes the payback work. When you are talking 80--85% efficiency, that's a pr
FDO just went with the Poison Pill and their pps shot up $8!