"....made more money than you...."............ well, you're another one who knows everything.
I don't remember I've disclosed my position... I can only say I abandoned in the 1 - 0.5 range and was here from the 2 through 8.
What I noticed, is that you and your friends disappeared during the rally to come back after the big bash-a-rade of Cramer (all fcstocks collapsed the same day of a ... 20%? maybe).
So call me pumper, but I do see the fatigue to sign new contracts on telco and the slowness to sign contracts for bus.
But you can't see that all major carmakers are pouring energy and money into FCEVs?
So the time to buy would be now.
About TSLA and battery cars..... you can't see the problems of battery recycling (3-4x of a FCEV's battery) and the ethernal issue for impossibility of instant availability, meant as instant recharge? Thing that FCEVs can provide.....
The fact that the grid can't simply sustain such model in big scale.
Can't you see the advantage of the PTG application?
And also about this, like it or not, there's a major politic issue.
The big sisters (Shell, Total, Exxon....).... gas dealer.
You think they will loose their bread, gently?
The world will turn like it always used to.
Thta's what will happen: while FCVs spread, there'll be new player... APD, Linde and others..... they'll grow. Some will be acquired by the majors (big sisters) and they'll adopt-adabt their facilities for a growing slice of market.
The big transition will be leaded by the same big sisters and they'll deal on a clear fuel... nevertheless a fuel, that's what they deal.
First because of the reasons I've exposed above, but also because of this political issue, battery cars won't conquer the world.
What I actually said is that CO2 is poisonous for AFC, but donkeys can't read.
Now go on alone, you're boring.
Well, it's not a crime to be short, I'm clear.
I don't think you're long though. I don't own a stock that I see no possible advantage in its tech.... never a positive comment on events.
I could be wrong also, but I see no reasosns for you to be long.
Referred my msg above:
"...$13 million roughly would be other income. We are still of course having to find you on that as we get into Q1. But that would be roughly the impact. That will of course**** flow through net income**** and earnings per share. But will not flow through revenue....".
Take the worst possible eps...... 4th qrt 2014..... -0.10.
Now add 13 Mil$......+0.10.
So eps will be 0.0 or better.......(Otherwise it's time to be worried).
Take 4 latest eps (escluding 4th qrt 2014)...... all are -0.03 and -0.02
Now add 13 Mil$......+0.10
.So eps will be +0.07 or better
You have no idea of what's happening Wednesday.
First *IF*--- 90% chance
If they don't mess up something on the reports, it's expected to be an atypical quarter, because of a one-time revs from the WV deal-2. Means EPS positive..... profits.
But most of the market doesn't follow this stock like we do, doesn't care about all items on sec-forms.
Second *IF*--- 60% chance
If the drumbeaters, webwriters and part of ratings agencies start to spread the good results.
At that point, 8$ in 1 month.
No more blue, tarassen,, jj, pk and all TSLA's pets..... again underwater for months, like last rally.
Your days are numbered.
Hey MasterofLoss, Pepsidog could really suffer about that as he's only used to suffer for losses (1$-4$ rally.... missing in action).
So basically your life is to write down syntax errors, insult everyone and give yourself thumbs up..... and... sterility?
I bet a great week end is waiting for you.
If it was still 3-4$, I'd agree......
Now doesn't matter. Priced in.
Maxed gross profits, sure to improve.
If the Saudi are checking the AFC with a 300MW MOU, you can count that soon we'll see 300+MW deal for FCEL, that is a more consolidated Company in a more consolodated sub-sector (MCfc).
And yet, AFC gets poisoned by CO2.
Learn to read, McFlyyyy!
The answer to your slowness is here:
"But they poison very strongly even with low qty of CO2 coming from the air."
Co2 comes from the air.
What could I ever mean with that? That AFC poison THEMSELVES.... otherwise, Co2 in, CO2 out, whese is the poisoning?
They poison was meant like "they poison themself".... perhaps a bad traslation from italian that in its reflexive version.
But that was understandable from the following line.
For the last time..... CO2 pollutes the cells of AlkalineFuelCell type. Then it shortens their life. It does not pollutes humas. (CO does.)
I guess You didn't get the "AlkFC" or "AFC" acronims.
Really, you're covering yourself of ridiculousness.
You can't neither read.
I've said that CO2 pollutes AlkFC, I was not talking of human beings (only CO does).
You read something and you think to something else.
That's what smashed your account 1 year ago, and your Dog's.... you can't read....
Priced in, Heinstein.
Just like you haven't got the fact that CO and CO2 pollutes AlkFC.... and still you speak.
"AFCs poison easily from CO2 or CO".
Now explain it to Jumbo and Dog.
Just to breakeven, AFC should cost less than 1-7th MCfc, as you have to acount also the less availability (stop-clean CO, CO2 -restart).
Really, these Saudi will run a test project before (few MW) or don't know really what to think.
Handy Marsh' compensation, 2014:
"Marsh’s overall compensation was $5.36 million, up from $752,683 in 2013. Marsh’s salary only went up about $100,000, but he received $4.5 million in stock options in 2014, compared to just $58,000 in 2013."
Basically, 10Mil$ to loose 60 Mil$.
I do the wrong job.
For the story.... AlkFuelCell cost less and have higher electr-efficiency.
But they poison very strongly even with low qty of CO2 coming from the air.
So high high costs for maintenance and purification when that occurs..... more over, dirty CO2 shorten life of the cell..... and so, in the end, less availability.