There is to The smart short-sellers are covering quickly, causing large spikes higher. In addition, many of these stocks have entered extremely oversold territory, and there isn’t anyone left willing to sell these stocks down at their depressed levels. Covering 100% of the float is not easy when the longs and traders smell blood. The shorts have been like a pack of wolves shorting to over 100%. Now they have over stayed their welcome and the tables have turned.
ITS great to see you shorts at 100% short --EVERY day trader in the world should be hopping on this. --- Shorts are dumb to realize I is the short squeeze of the year. . No way you can cover. Check out the market cap and learn to invest. Resorting to lies makes me want to add more. ARE you that desperate? The out side chance the company offers more share to you around 8 dollars is your only chance. LONGS and traders know this. LONGS will let you pay for the ships and get a 150% run. THE sad part is only the hedge funds will get the opportunity at 8 dollars. The average short will cover higher. I would panic cover and not resort to lies.
small cap India plays like IGC ,REDF and SIFY are taking off. I bought some this morning. THE India ETFs are continuing the run. The cash going into these is an eye opener.
MODI is set to drive the INDIA economy. He is very friendly to capitalism. The funds are going nuts. This inflow has to help REDF and SIFY at their lows............ These could blast off.
we all know your day is over. You can make excuses for being bull headed but your are going to the slaughter house.
50 times average volume to back the stock up! THIS is a huge amount and the shorts are in trouble after hours. TOMORROWS open could be 4 dollars and go to 5 dollars. ITS averaging a buck a day. The shorts in in a massive squeeze right now.
50 times average volume is real........................ PAY attention shorts............... Your life is changing
Its averaging up a dollar the last 3 days. Shorts are crazy for holding right here. OVER 100 ((( !))% short!!!!!!!!!!!! They will cover before it goes to six doll;ars..................... RING RING!!!!! that's tree days and they are being asked to cover the margins.....................
-we believe this provides a further signal of the strategic importance of 3D ReRAM for both, Toshiba and SanDisk. FUTURE PROOF_ Secondly as a bilayer device, this result demonstrates the scalability of ReRAM in the third dimension to reach much higher levels of memory density in the future by the injection of more layers. Our collaboration with Toshiba and SanDisk is just at tip of the iceberg.
• IMI - PIONEER- Intermolecular has pioneered a proprietary approach to accelerate research and development, innovation, and time-to-market for the semiconductor and clean energy industries. The approach--- consists of its proprietary High Productivity Combinatorial (HPC™) platform, coupled with its multi-disciplinary team. Through paid Collaborative Development Programs (CDPs) with its customers, Intermolecular develops proprietary technology and intellectual property for its customers focused on advanced materials, processes, integration and device architectures __________THE EDGE_ With IMI process the companies can now process up to 192 experiments on a single substrate utilizing Intermolecular's proprietary technology. This allows for experiments to be performed at speeds 10x to 100x faster than traditional methods . Such an acceleration to development stands as a significant advantage for companies in highly competitive industries and for those that are highly reliant upon continual innovation. The company is very quickly growing to be an important partner to some of the most established companies in multiple industries. * **** Intermolecular and its intellectual property licensing reaches nearly 60% of the total NAND flash end market. ** MU – SanDisk, Toshiba are important win for IMI- Intermolecular also extended its current arrangement with Elpida, who is expected to be acquired by Micron.
• Intermolecular also entered a new industry by initiating a collaborative development program and intellectual property licensing agreement with Epistar. Epistar is a Tier-1 industry leading player in the light-emitting diodes market and is the largest manufacturer of LED products in Taiwan. -Intermolecular's business model****** allows for it to retain the rights to the intellectual property that it establishes. It then receives royalties and licensing revenues on the basis of arrangements with the partner companies. TECHNOLOGIES- US patent portfolio to more than 1.000 in January 2013… spanning innovations in semiconductor technology including advanced logic, DRAM, and Non-volatile Memory (NVM), as well as in clean-energy fields such as photovoltaics (PV), light-emitting diodes (LED), and energy-efficient glass.. **** “We have approximately 150 scientists and engineers in our company, and 111 of these talented individuals submitted a total of 318 invention disclosures in 2011. We continue to enhance our IP protection, both for our HPC platform as well as for the IP we develop with our customers in our Collaborative Development Programs.”
Intermolecular has created a process in which the best and brightest minds work together to solve your most complex problems. This approach allows us to quickly and efficiently deliver unique solutions, services, and products within the semiconductor and clean energy industries. They develop new generations of technology for the communications, consumer electronics, medical device, automotive, and entertainment industries. Our methods have been demonstrated for more than 15 years in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Now, Intermolecular’s innovative business model allows our methods to be leveraged in three ways: participation in a collaborative development program (CDP) with Intermolecular's team, purchase of our Tempus™ HPC integrated hardware and software platform, or licensing of IP developed and qualified by Intermolecular. Every day, new innovation-driven products are improving our communications, health, entertainment, security, energy efficiency, and other parts of life. Intermolecular’s business model effectively re-balances the risk/reward ratio for semiconductor and clean energy R&D projects. We leverage our proprietary High Productivity Combinatorial (HPC) platform, a flexible fab infrastructure, and a world-class team to rapidly address your development needs. Intermolecular’s San Jose headquarters features a 150,000 square foot facility, incorporating a state-of-the-art cleanroom and High Productivity Combinatorial (HPC) Development Center. It holds an extensive array of material characterization and electrical-test equipment, as well as high-volume manufacturing and HPC processing systems for semiconductor and clean energy applications. The Tempus™ S-80 is a comprehensive Web-based Informatics system that serves as the backbone for integrating experimental process data, characterization results and automated analysis tools into unified R&D workflows.
Our Informatics system enables complex experimental design, planning, scheduling and tracking of experimental splits and the associated metrology, e-test chips and e-test data.
SanDisk, Toshiba license memory IP
Shares of semiconductor and clean-energy technology company Intermolecular (IMI) are on the rise after the company announced that SanDisk (SNDK) and Toshiba (TOSYY) have jointly elected to take an exclusive license to Intermolecular's developed intellectual property, or IP. WHAT'S NEW: Intermolecular announced that SanDisk and Toshiba have jointly elected to take an exclusive license, in a limited field, to Intermolecular's rights in the IP developed under a collaborative development program, as well as Intermolecular's background intellectual property. The related technologies have been developed for next-generation memory. The companies' CDP with Intermolecular, specifically targeted at developing certain memory products, materials, processes and device technologies, was concluded on March 15. Under the terms of the exclusive license, SanDisk and Toshiba will prepay non-refundable royalties in quarterly installments over a predetermined period. WHAT'S NOTABLE: On February 27, Intermolecular first reported that development activity related to the collaborative development program agreement with both SanDisk and Toshiba reached a conclusion. The company's CEO Dave Lazovsky said, "The objective of the CDP was to prepare certain memory technology for future production, and we are proud to have worked with SanDisk and Toshiba over the last four years to achieve the goal of our collaboration. We believe that we have helped them develop such memory technology with the potential to be the industry leader in non-volatile memory capability." April 9, 2013 – In an effort that will accelerate commercialization of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography technology and the development of next-generation transistors, SEMATECH announced today that Intermolecular, Inc. (NASDAQ: IMI) has joined SEMATECH’s Lithography and Front End Processes (FEP) programs. The companies have agreed to co-develop new methods to reduce overall cost of ownership (CoO) for Extreme UltraViolet (EUV) lithography, and to co-explore new materials, processes, and integration schemes for advanced logic integrated circuit technologies.
India's stock market continues to cast its vote of approval after Narendra Modi and his pro-business Bharatiya Janata Party triumphed in an epic vote in the world's largest democracy.
The new government is expected to invest massively in roads, utilities, sewage treatment, rail and air transportation, education, health care and manufacturing, says Surendra Kaushik, professor of finance at Pace University's Lubin School of Business in New York.
"The financial sector, including banks, insurance, equity and bond markets — all will see liberalization and competition to make finance available for all those infrastructure projects," Kaushik said in an email. "There is no bigger and more important market opening in the world than India."
India's stock market has rallied despite cuts in earnings outlooks, indicating that investors are optimistic for recovery in fundamentals, Credit Suisse research analysts Neelkanth Mishra and Ravi Shankar wrote in a report released Monday.
"Given the strength of the (election results) and the series of announcements now likely to come from the government, this increase in (price-earnings) multiples is likely to sustain," Mishra and Shankar wrote. "This environment of fund flows may or may not last forever, but with quantitative easing expected in Europe starting in June and central banks likely to stay accommodative for a while, chances are that a reversal is unlikely soon."
Economic reforms will take years to influence earnings, they added. But inflow into India's stock market will likely remain healthy, given that stocks are trading near 10-year average price-earnings multiples and falling U.S. bond yields make emerging-market bonds more attractive.
India is economist Harry Dent's top pick in emerging markets. "But only after a likely global crash ahead," Dent, founder of Dent Research in Delray Beach, Fla., said in an email. "India's market has been hot, but it's getting late in this (more than) five-year bull market."
Since only a third of India's population lives in urban areas — compared with China, which is 53% urbanized and overbuilt with housing and infrastructure — India has more potential to grow for at least five decades, Dent says. Countries typically plateau at 80% urbanization. Dent forecasts that India will be home to the world's largest population by 2100 and a rapidly growing workforce until at least 2060.
you must be planning to be sidelined and a basher for years waiting for a cheap buy in. Read the news. ITS black and white.
These cars can be sent to the customers as kits. THE KITS can quickly become a whole fleet at a reduced price with a little assembly. I would guess a partnership with TESLA batteries is in order. I would think TESLA will make an investment in KNDA before the press. The batteries is a heavy major component.
1) the NEW dawn of the EV era, Teslas , "giga factory" just may have hailed the slow birth of the Lithium based economy. This means cheap batteries for car manufacturers like KANDI. Tesla's giga factory will produce more lithium ion cells under one roof than the ENTIRE WORLD produced in 2013. 2) KANDI signed a supply contract with Lishen Battery System - Zhejiang, Kandi Vehicles has signed a one-year supply contract with China's largest producer of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries. The contract will begin May 2014 with a minimum of 25,000 cases of batteries delivered. 3) The Chinese company has historically focused on recreational vehicles, such as ATVs and go-carts, but has recently begun to allocate resources to developing EVs for the more budget-conscious consumer. Gearing itself for the masses. Tesla on the contrary develops upper end luxury. Kandi is focusing on developing a fleet of low-speed two-seater EVs for the low-end market. 4) the ATV maker entered into a partnership with Geely Automotive, China's largest passenger vehicle manufacturer, in order to supply EVs for the city of Hangzhou's pilot EV-leasing program. 5) 20% shorts will be fuel. 6) Kandi is the first company in China to propose and successfully implement a car-share program. The company notes that this program meets the needs of the Chinese driver… 7) Ankao Energy has started the cooperation with CANDI Corporation(KNDI) on the Mini E-bus Project early this year. As a professional li-ion battery pack solution provider, Ankao Energy will provide its high-performance and safe li-ion battery pack for the CANDI's Mini E-bus, which is mainly for the Mini E-bus Renting system in Hangzhou. 8) Kandi sold more than 3,000 electric vehicles in its most recent quarter. Its upcoming participation in electric-vehicle, car-sharing programs in larger cities than Hangzhou points to an even busier future. 9) Momentum stock- displaying positive price action. In this case, the stock crossed an important inflection point; namely, 'resistance'…. Broke the trend and shorts back. 10) A Second chance for Tesla type gains in the car industry with a player with little debt and strong background. Strong growth history. 11) Retracement is complete and the company’s strong growth and balance sheet is only out done buy the business plan and partners. 12) China stepped up efforts to combat worsening air pollution and encouraged the adoption of electric vehicles. 13) Demand growing- Kandi Chairman Hu Xiaoming said in an interview at the company’s office in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. “They are very interested in our model and keen on promoting use of electric vehicles in their cities.” 14) In Hangzhou, the company is working with the local government to add rental stations to public parking lots, hotels, department stores and high-speed train stations, he said. They have positioned them self to be one of the main suppliers, if not the sole source provider, for the 20,000 EVs in Hangzhou's rental program, 15) Kandi Technologies is planning to expand electric vehicle (EV) rental service to Beijing and Shanghai, China. Kandi is choosing local partners in Beijing, Chengdu, and Shanghai to further its expansion process in China 16) They partnered with two fortune 500 companies- the State Grid and the Aviation Industry Corp. of China, not only validate the company's IP and technology, they also position Kandi to receive an additional, high-margin revenue stream for its patented QBIX- quick battery exchange. 17 multi-bagger gains over the longer-term as it seizes market share and ramps to an annualized capacity of 100k electric cars by 2015. 18) Mr. Hu's long history with China's EV sector began when a government sponsored company, Universal Electric Motor Co., Ltd, 19) Million dollar investors-
Susquehanna International Group, LLP
JP Morgan Chase & Company
A.R.T. Advisors, LLC
Baird (Robert W.) & Company, Inc.
Bridgeway Capital Management, Inc.
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that's about what I own. I have added a couple times. These shorts are working to hard. I decide my 6000 $ investment wasn't enough for the opportunity.