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pcmountaindog 58 posts  |  Last Activity: May 25, 2015 9:59 AM Member since: Jan 22, 2002
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  • Reply to

    unveiled the ISB6.7 G

    by rogergerryb May 22, 2015 9:39 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 25, 2015 9:59 AM Flag

    That's all just a bunch of WPRT company PR and it's nonsense.

    The duel injector is needed for compression ignition. Without speak the NG will not ignite. If HPDI actually did all that all the new engines would be using it but, the aren't. The diesel injection part of the cycle is only there for ignition. Remember anthing put out by WPRT management is suspect. You are buying into more bad management guidance.

    New engines will be spark engines. HPDI is not going to make it in the market. In time it will be forgotten. I don't think cummins is using HPDI dual fuel injectors on anything. If there is an engine company which understands fuel combustion it's cummins.

  • Reply to

    unveiled the ISB6.7 G

    by rogergerryb May 22, 2015 9:39 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 24, 2015 12:05 PM Flag

    I'm wondering why you mention HPDI. The cummins engines are spark engines. Why would they put hpdi on their engines when they have new cylinder heads and ignition systems to manage spark? They don't need HPDI.

    The more I look at HPDI the less value I see in it. You could remove a diesel injector from a older cylinder head, replace it what a dual fuel HPDI injector then run nat gas without spark plugs. But that seems to be a small market and growing smaller all the time. The future volume would be new spark engines. So if we go forward 10 years from now, the volume for NG should be spark motors as more customers retire old motors and move to clean NG on new motors with spark only.

  • Reply to

    Stock Just Goes Dark

    by rusty061753 May 16, 2015 10:27 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 17, 2015 12:12 PM Flag

    Yes, don't waste you time looking at this company. The tech industry has had 25 percent growth for 40 years and UIS is smaller today then it was in 1950. What else do you need to know?

  • Reply to

    Carcinogenicity of Glyphosate

    by clowncramer Apr 16, 2015 11:47 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 15, 2015 1:11 PM Flag

    No problem. 5 gallon over 30 years, sure.

    How about you eat a 5 gallon bucket of ice cream. I'm sure you have already had your share of roundup.

  • Reply to

    Carcinogenicity of Glyphosate

    by clowncramer Apr 16, 2015 11:47 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 15, 2015 1:08 PM Flag

    This is good news. When the rest of the world stops using modern technology supplied by companies like DuPont and Monsanto, their crop yields with disappear. The US agricultural industry will be flying high and so will Monsanto's profits.

    Great great news.

  • Reply to

    Ban soybeans, legalize pot

    by wileyjames666 May 12, 2015 8:37 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 15, 2015 1:05 PM Flag

    You can bet MON knows all about how POT can be grown and modified by it's technology. Times are changing and bigger profits are on the way.

    I love it when all the environment pot smoking nerds complain about MON while they smoke what has been grown outside the US by who knows what chemicals. That stuff probably has more roundup on it then all the corn which has ever been grown. I encourage all to smoke all they can afford and put their paycheck in my accounts.

  • pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 13, 2015 12:08 PM Flag

    I haven't sold. You are not doing the research. Profitability in late 2016, yes


    profits before the bills are paid. Hell, if I could reports my profits before paying my taxes or interest payments, I would be counting an extra few million in assets just like WPRT management does. Look at the GAAP numbers and GAAP only. When GAAP earnings roll in that will be great. Those would be real profits. Why is management not talking about real profits but rather fake EBITDA, because they know they won't have any before 2018 if that.

    It's irrelevant if they sell 1 billion or 10 billion if they lose money on everything they do. This company has potential and the only thing preventing profits is the gravy train management and a BOD which will not do it's job and replace it.

    R&D if fine and necessary but 700 million worth of spend in 15 years and never returning anything to shareholders? That's reasonable to you? It's not reasonable to me or the rest of the market.

    If WPRT trades at a real multiple of 20 of 2.00 in profit I would be fine with that. I doubt they will sell at 20 times on 2 cents a share GAAP by 2018.

    Look at the numbers, they are a disaster. Leave bonds out of this because they have noting to do with WPRT losing money for 15 years. At least a 30 year treasury will net .03 a year.

  • pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 13, 2015 11:14 AM Flag

    I don't care about CWI. WPRT is what is traded on the market. They are losing money on every component they ship PERIOD. Look at the cash flow state. Look at the balance sheet. It is losing money every single day.

    Can I buy CWI stock? NO. Does CWI buy it's components form WPRT? If they did then that 838 percent revenue increase might be real but, it's not. CWI has nothing to do with WPRT. The only thing which mattes is that WPRT does not have positive cash flow, has never returned a single cent to it's share holders and has spent 700 million dollars in the past 15 years and has shrinking sales to show for it.

    If you feel that the 838 percent revenue you state is real then by all means buy more WPRT, mortgage you home and leverage 10 time with a margin account. I just don't see the same thing.

  • pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 13, 2015 10:42 AM Flag

    I don't care how many aliases he or anyone else has, that issue does not alter the condition of WPRT up or down.

    What does this have to do with WPRT losing money for 15 years? I take it your sentiment is a hold because you see WPRT sales growing and potential earnings to come. Why hold or buy unless you see profit potential. Some of us are not seeing the possibility of profit and whether a person has 1 or 20 IDs it doesn't matter.

    What's important here are company fundamentals, the NAT Gas market place and how the management works in that market. Shrinking revenues and negative cash flow (losing money) are the real issues here. Hire a paid basher to try and put a down spin on a real profitable company and all it might do is create a buy opportunity if people are dumb enough to trade on anything but fundamentals.

  • Reply to

    over a billion in revenue...

    by cancerdotcom Mar 30, 2015 11:39 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 7, 2015 7:25 PM Flag

    Respect comes when there are earnings. 1 billion in revenue doesn't mean much when you have posted loses for 15 years and spent 700 million dollars. Did you say profitable by 2016? The CEO today said they would be EBIDTA positive by 2016. That is not profit. Profit only happened if you have money left after paying expenses not before. So profit is likely still past 2017 if they can survive that long. This report was another version of bad news from a company which has never made a profit or returned 1 penny to it's share holders.

    Looks like you are one of the few on this forum who knows how to read a balance sheet and income statement.

  • Reply to

    GMO has never killed anyone

    by donkergen Apr 27, 2015 12:10 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 5, 2015 11:18 AM Flag

    What a load of C * R * A * P.

    If you are a chemist, whatever university you studied at is suspect.

  • Reply to

    Hope ya all anti-GMO loonies are happy!

    by rainbowmeow2003 May 1, 2015 12:51 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 2, 2015 11:55 AM Flag

    Yes, the people at the WHO are nothing but a bunch of socialists who have never worked in the real world. It's crazy to think that these people will be able to push Monsanto around. We have yet to see the big profits be generated by Monsanto. Monsanto, DuPont, Deere, and all the other agricultural companies are just getting started. As the world population keeps growing to 6, 7 10 billion people so will the profits of Monsanto. Good luck feeding 10 billion people with backyard gardens and compost.

  • Reply to

    Write your elected officials

    by nickcainski Apr 30, 2015 4:46 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog May 2, 2015 11:49 AM Flag

    Thanks for reminding me to contact them. I did and encouraged them to give Monsanto all the help they want. Keep those dividends and profits rolling in.

  • Reply to

    Diesel Radioactivy & Solar Pressure

    by wayne_lamontagne Apr 30, 2015 11:51 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 30, 2015 1:04 PM Flag

    Thanks for posting that. I wish you had posted it yesterday, I just filled the tank on my diesel truck. From now on I will keep the tank only 1/4 full so I can reduce my exposure to radiation. Since the tank is full I might get some lead lined cloths before I drive it until I have less radioactive fuel in the tank.

    The government should do something to help those who work on the rail lines. The big diesel tanks must be killing the railroad workers. I'd like to post more but I have to go see my neighbor right away before he goes go work since he drive a tanker which hauls diesel to filling statins. I'm going to tell him he need to quit his jot right away. Thanks Wayne, you might have saved me and my neighbor.

  • Reply to

    Good News Under the Radar

    by wayne_lamontagne Apr 28, 2015 11:08 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 29, 2015 3:39 PM Flag

    So Wayne, are going to short Exxon, Chevron, Conoco, TransOcean, Schlumberger ,the XLE ETF and a dozen more oil companies and ETFs. If not why not?

    My money is on more oil consumption then ever and more NG consumption as well. More consumption across the board climate change or no climate change. Population continues go grow, all the people want bigger warm homes, electricity, transportation, agriculture on and on. It's going to take every type of energy there is to fuel the new world. Today the Bureau of Economic Analysis ( announced Q1 GDP grown of 0.2 percent? Thats the only reason oil prices are down. When the US economy rockets back to 5 percent annual growth, do you think all the new found oil is going to stay in the ground?

    WPRT should be making lots of money soon, wouldn't you agree?

    So we will see in time who gets a return and who doesn't.

    Yes or no, are you going to short the oil production industry? If not why not? You stand to make a fortune at my expence.

  • Reply to

    Would you drink a glass of paint?

    by donkergen Apr 25, 2015 12:59 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 27, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    Those children should die out. Any kid who is dumb enough to eat paint already has brain damage. It's not the lead paint that caused brain damage in children, I was those with brain damage who ate the stuff in the first place.

  • Reply to

    Would you drink a glass of paint?

    by donkergen Apr 25, 2015 12:59 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 27, 2015 11:39 AM Flag

    Sure put labels on everything. "Warning You might die in your new aluminum F150 in a crash after going to home depot to buy roundup".

    How long have warnings been on cigarettes? People didn't ready any of that and they won't read a label on a loaf of bread which has genetically modified wheat.

    It would be easy to get people to drink a bottle of Coke flavored with weed killer. Just put organic on the bottle.

    People as suckers and thats fine we me as long as I keep getting my dividends from Monsanto, DOW and DuPont.

  • Reply to

    Organic Food causes Cancer !

    by donkergen Apr 21, 2015 5:52 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 23, 2015 10:11 AM Flag

    You are right on. I made a pile of cash on all those suckers who deposit their paycheck into their local Whole Foods store. They give me all their money and I used it to buy everything I need without every setting foot in an organic store.

    Just what the hell is organic stuff anyway?

  • Reply to

    Organic Food causes Cancer !

    by donkergen Apr 21, 2015 5:52 PM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 23, 2015 10:08 AM Flag

    You have nothing to fear. Roundup, call it what ever you want isn't MON any more. Dow ENLIST is a mixture of Glyphosate and 2,4D. Glyphosate is everywhere and it's not going out of production even if protestors burns all the MON factories down. If anything it's use will grow substantially.

    So for those who like, protest and yap all you want but, you might have better things to do like take profits from MON, DD, DOW and use the money to do something useful.

    Get ride of GMO crops and modern herbicides and lets go back to compost piles. Good luck feeding 6 billion people and 100 billion rats that way.

    If modern agriculture is killing everyone then I can't figure where all these people are coming from.

    GMO corn is a profit motivated product? How long did it take for you to figure that one out? What's wrong with profit, profits pay for everything I need in this life. If big agriculture makes enough profit to help me pay my bills without having a BS job from 9 to 5, I'm in.

    Dividends, live on, keep them coming.

  • Reply to

    Hillary Rodham Kullman!

    by funfundvierzig Apr 13, 2015 10:11 AM
    pcmountaindog pcmountaindog Apr 22, 2015 10:37 AM Flag

    You might be right about that one. Republicans would turn out in big numbers if she is on the ballot. Then again, if democrats ever figure out how to get people to the polls, it's lights out for the republicans. They are way out numbered.

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