WE can't expect Joe to carry the stock. Somebody else is going to have to step up and carry the team. A good earnings report or some contracts will get us back on track
if you see enough of these pump and dumps the first sign is the message board - goes from nothing to all these stupid comments - and then like a storm - the sun comes out, a blue sky appears, and amazingly there isn't even a breeze in the air and life goes on.
All great points. I'm not a short. i don't short stocks. i rather be on the the positive side on a good stock pick but ISNS is not the dream play unless they find a way to make money which they haven't ,otherwise you are playing with a dead company. The trick to make money on wall street is to find companies that consistently earn money. Not the hype of something someday making money down the road . Its the turtle that wins at the end - find some small caps that earn money, pay dividends and in the long run you'll do quite well.
Buy a hype stock with no fundamentals and then be left holding the bag. You would think that people would know by now these scams. if you bot it move on and chalk it up to a learning lesson.
if you want to play this game and win you better find a strategy that at least keeps you in the game. buying #$%$ like this isn't the way to stay in the game.
Of course these manipulators have gotten better at picking companies that the public will buy in to , but at the end of the day, its all a scam that the sec continues to allow to happen over and over again
it's always a good sign when insiders are buying or at least not selling
Sometimes you need a new coach to execute the game plan - good ideas only go so far. lets hope these guys have some vision and can get this stock where it belongs back in the 20s
this will probably settle back to where it started (3.5 - 4) - and everybody will be gone and the volume will be back to its couple of thousand of shaes traded daily. Just thinking back 44 million shares traded - unbeleivable - the sec must think thats normal. But the good news the circus will be gone and it will be back to fundmentals.
Did i get this right - so basically if the stock keeps going up you are going to watch it all the way up. Is that the plan? You either like it or you don't , then you act accordingly for better or worse.
No speculation here - a real move for real reasons. You got to like that.
the message board will be dead silent come tomorrow. Hopefully none of you are bagholders to this over hype and no earnings company. i'm thnking i might be the only one left on the message board - too funny
The big boys have move on to the next sexy stock they can manipulate.
The message board is about to get quiet again. The circus is getting ready to leave
Well, Cpa, i guess I'll have match you and then raise you.
Two pipeline projects poised to ship gas to the Southeast
Two major pipeline projects are in the works to ship natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica shales to the southeastern U.S., a region with a growing appetite for natural gas.
Downtown-based EQT Corp. said Tuesday it is moving forward with its partner NextEra Energy, a Florida electric utility, to form a joint venture dubbed Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC. The partnership plans to build a 330-mile pipeline that would provide at least 2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of transmission capacity to the mid-Atlantic and South Atlantic regions. The project, which is now seeking firm commitments for capacity from shippers during an open season, was first announced in June, and has already gotten commitments for 1.5 Bcf/d, EQT said.
Meanwhile, a partnership of four energy companies — Dominion, Duke Energy, Piedmont Natural Gas and AGL Resources — also announced Tuesday a roughly $5 billion pipeline project to take about 1.5 Bcf/d to North Carolina and Virginia. The Atlantic Coast Pipeline would span 550 miles from Harrison County, W.Va., through Virginia and then south to North Carolina.
The southeastern U.S. is hungry for more natural gas. Not only is the region’s population — and, thus, consumption — growing, but power plants are also seeking out natural gas as an alternative to coal-fired power generation.
Since the shale boom, natural gas prices have fallen and become more competitive with coal. And now, new federal mandates limiting carbon emissions mean more utilities are closing down coal plants, which have higher greenhouse gas emissions, or converting plants to run on cleaner-burning natural gas.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline
There are three drivers behind the Atlantic Coast project, said Jim Norvelle, spokesman for Dominion.
“One is demand for natural gas from companies like Duke Energy, which are closing coal plants and converting coal-fi