If this bottoms out at 1.11 I will be loading up. How about that wind last night. Yep, we have no power, trees down everywhere, everything blown away. We live in Oxford MI USA. Lately, storms skip over us but compared to those south of us we had just a breeze.
Every time I've sold a stock thinking I can buy back later for less I've been wrong. I believe in the turnaround and will ride out the bumps this time.
My four horsemen of choice are: "Solazyme, Proterro, Fuel cell energy, and Ambri .(liquid metal battery - not public yet)
Sounds like a fantastic fuel cell partner. The battery needs high temperatures to keep components working Check out Ambri a new company starting in 2014. (I think still private venture) Sounds like a perfect match for fuel cell parks to regulate and store produced electricity. Said to be cheap to manufacture. Obviously not for use in cars.
It sounds like the consensus is for everyone to sell their shares and buy back later??? I just don't get it. Why?
I am not a professional annalist by any measure but after listening to the whole call I looked up what "commissioning" means. My take on the 3 month "delay" is that during the process of commissioning some suggestions were made that required solazyme to make some improvements. Kinda-like a home Inspection?? Anyway, no big deal in my book. Wolfson to be commended.
ALU is using copper lines for their 4G super high speed transmission, so maybe there is no need to take down the 10k lines. Just speculating.
Only recently have I caught on to the "continuous power" vs "backup power " difference. Sounds great for undeveloped countries or for those of us out in the boonies. I'm liking FCEL better and better, for its fuel flexibility and local generation. I've watched Fcel since before its IPO and always planned to buy in. I just did for the first time after 2nd quarter results. Will buy more if 3rd quarter shows continued progress to profitability.
Please keep it civil. I wonder who you think is or might become a competitor for FCEL. I am thinking of stand alone power generation. I believe I read somewhere that there is a warm up period for their generators. This would not make it a very good choice for emergency power. I'm sure they are working on this. Anyway, what are your thoughts? Less
Please keep it civil. I wonder who you think is or might become a competitor for FCEL. I am thinking of stand alone power generation. I believe I read somewhere that there is a warm up period for their generators. This would not make it a very good choice for emergency power. I'm sure they are working on this. Anyway, what are your thoughts?
Some of the cuts were French. I think the CEO made things sound dire cause he is firing some French and they will not go easily into the night.