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Insider Monkey (blog) - 2 hours ago
You have 400 posts (under this name) since July 31 and I have 38. Yet you have the unmitigated testicularity to actually state that I am wanting attention?? Your mental deficiency knows no bounds.
Still watching the slow "decent"???
So.......You say that all the other "idealists" need to be destroyed?? Is that what you think needs to be done?? Once again you put your idiocy on display for all to see. You would do yourself a HUGE favor by just shutting up.
We can (and have) dropped bombs til the cows came home, but under our Rules of Engagement, we're pretty much dropping bombs on empty sand. The greatest military in the world handcuffed by lily livered politicians. The bad guys are well aware of our ROE's and take every advantage of them. It's good to see the French and Russians doling out some real punishment. It's been said that the US supplied targeting info to the French on the locations of ISIS training camps and bomb making facilities as well as the 100 oil tankers they use to sell their oil to finance their operations. If we had this information, WHY HAVEN'T WE USED IT OURSELVES??? Our politicians are inviting the terrorists to bring their Jihad here in the name of Political Correctness. Have we, as a nation, lost our freakin' minds?
It seems to me that a stock split from these levels would be counterproductive since the new lower stock price would automatically eliminate most institutional investors who are prohibited from buying low priced stocks.
Great call, byecell. I must say I questioned it earlier but you hit the nail on the head. Looking back over the last week or so, we have seen some higher than normal volume.
You may want to consider deleting this post. The timing wasn't exactly impeccable. I happen to agree with the poster who stated that he would rather see management spend their time running the company than spinning press releases. If they're doing it right (which it certainly appears they are), the rest should take care of itself.
Hydrogenics Corporation (NASDAQ:HYGS) had its stock rating indicated as 'Buy' in a report released by analysts at Roth Capital.
Risers & Fallers - 2 hours ago
Rejection of the pipeline after at least 3 environmental studies by the Obama administration which showed NO NEGATIVE IMPACT on our environment will not stop the flow of this oil through our country. It will continue to be transported by "ruling cronies" railroads owned by Warren Buffet et. al. which have already had several derailings and crashes causing devastating impact on the local environments and economies. Not to mention the trucking of oil, both of which cause an enormously greater carbon footprint than a simple pipeline. You sound like a somewhat intelligent person, So maybe it's time to use your head and stop drinking the Kool Aid.
Maybe the best post of the Administration. AWESOME, petula!
Great post frogfish. I especially agree on the fluff piece PR releases. There are a few posters here who get upset about not enough PR. Then there is the group that gets all giddy about every PR post. I have been around this stock for a while now and have NEVER seen any PR announcement have any lasting positive impact on the share price. It's going to take large positive order and revenue increases to increase the visibility and interest in HYGS. I believe we have a lot of potential to sell but it needs to start reaching the bottom line. Until that happens, there is no incentive for anyone to consider buying HYGS.