So do it coward. 'sec.gov/complaint/tipscomplaint.shtml
There you are. You said this morning you were going to do it. And you chickened out. Go ahead girl. What are you waiting for? Come on coward.
With the recent expansion of the office/warehouse I wouldn't expect any profits. That's ok, reinvest into the business.
I was watching them flame below 30. Good old Knobrains, and Noball,and n0m0money. Conservative boob was there for a while, but I think he jumped off a cliff when RoMoney went away.
You Google SEC.
You find a form.
You fill it in.
I did it 2 weeks ago on manipulative trading on SLTD.
But all that you would do is waste the time of the SEC.
You have to have EVIDENCE!
There is nothing wrong here. Go away.
A thumbs down on FACTS?
Not that I care. Facts are facts.
Yes he crossed the 9 billion border today.
Losers like Mitt Romoney won't understand...
Great power storage for solar users.
Money money! Take that shorts money! Geeze, remember it was down yesterday morning. Shoe is on the other foot now......
Yep, that would be $8,400 for a brand new battery.
But a 30% degraded battery, would be a 182 mile, 58KWH battery much less useful.
But a 58KWH battery is VERY useful for a homeowner.
So trade it in and get a couple of thousand off of the $8,400 battery making it even cheaper for car owner.
And the home owner get 2-5 days of backup power for a couple of thousand $$$$.
A win-win-win-win situation for everybody, but the utilities and the oil companies.
Yes, I've reported on this before......
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)’s Model S is undoubtedly one of the best cars on the road. Despite its runaway popularity and high-end features, it is the least stolen car in the United States. The vehicle comes with anti-theft alarm and immobilizer system. Today, most high-end cars come with anti-theft technology that makes it difficult for the average perpetrators to steal those cars.
Tesla has a theft rating of 0.15 per 1,000 units built
According to The Irish Times, Honda Motor Co Ltd (ADR) (NYSE:HMC) (TYO:7267)’s Accord was the most popular car among thieves. About 54,000 of them were stolen last year in the U.S.About 84% of those stolen cars were built-in 2007 or before. That’s because Honda added anti-theft immobilizers to Accord in 2008.
Tesla’s Model S was the least stolen car last year. Going by the number of cars stolen would be an unfair comparison because there are a lot more Honda Accords on the road than Model S. A better way of comparison would be the number of cars stolen per 1,000 units manufactured. Using that standard, Model S has a theft rating of just 0.15 per 1,000 units produced.
In contrast, across-the-board average is 3.51 cars stolen per 1,000 produced. It’s still unclear why thieves don’t go after Model S. Maybe they haven’t yet figured out a way to circumvent Tesla’s security systems, or it’s hard to steal, or perhaps it’s not worth stealing yet. Tesla’s car comes with a 3G chip, so it can be tracked and shut down remotely.