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shiftsuper175607 154 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 15, 2014 1:24 PM Member since: Oct 26, 2002
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  • I pasted the news earlier, but Yahoo deleted it.
    See the headlines TAB for the complete story with charts.

    Yahoo finance is of poor quality as compared to the past.
    When you can not paste news about a company, that is poor organization. They seem to let SPAM posts linger.

  • Reply to

    MILL MILL MILL google it buy it

    by realbuttons Apr 11, 2014 11:12 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Apr 11, 2014 7:20 PM Flag

    This is Yahoo and you say to use the competition search engine...that is not smart

  • See the headlines tab for a new article with details of Lightstream's production and prospects.

  • You stated that the IWCO holdings loan of $277 mil was one that Prospect already held.

    I looked at the latest 10K and there is an exhaustive list of the consolidated investments pages 125-152
    IWCO is not on that list.
    By using the word "refinancing" that does not limit the refinancing to Prospect. IWCO could have other financing, from someone else.

    Again, I ask...what are you basing your claim that this is possibly a bad loan of PSEC's being redone?

  • Reply to

    4Q EPs $0.18 FOR YEAR $0.46 ON Revenue of 12.5

    by longterm90 Mar 31, 2014 11:27 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Apr 1, 2014 8:43 AM Flag

    I understand your mission, but since management does not own shares, I don't think they care about the share price.

    I was impressed with the bottled drink growth. The bright spot of the business.

    It looks like it could be a while before we are fairly valued.
    Possibly when they get one of the new projects up and running, with revenues coming in.
    Then that large cash balance will be making money for the shareholders.

  • Reply to

    POXC failed!

    by dr_97701 Mar 31, 2014 8:07 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Apr 1, 2014 8:16 AM Flag

    He is referring to information in the 10k filing on 3-31-14
    It is on page 8 in the "Power Generation Technologies" section
    the bottom paragraph says....

    Itea commissioned the equipment in the first quarter of 2014 and commenced testing. The equipment was unable to complete all scheduled tests satisfactorily and was shut down after two brief tests. The equipment was disassembled and removed from Georgia Tech at the completion of the scheduled testing period. The DOE has been advised about these events. Itea is in the process of reviewing the test results and, pending their analysis and response, a determination will be made on the future of UPA.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Apr 1, 2014 8:07 AM Flag

    Prospect closed approximately $2.7 billion of new originations during calendar year 2013. Currently with over $6 billion of capital under management, Prospect during the March 2014 quarter closed over $1.3 billion of originations, a record amount, with further origination activity expected in the coming months.

  • Reply to

    A lot of news today, $300 million in loans

    by shiftsuper175607 Mar 31, 2014 8:45 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Apr 1, 2014 8:04 AM Flag

    Which loan are you referring to?
    I looked at them again and did not see what you are seeing.
    Please explain.

  • NEW YORK, NY- -(Marketwired - Apr 1, 2014) - Prospect Capital Corporation (NASDAQ: PSEC) ("Prospect") announced today that Prospect has funded a recapitalization of Harbortouch Payments ("Harbortouch") with $279 million of first-lien senior secured debt and equity. Prospect co-invested in the transaction with Jared Isaacman, Founder and CEO of Harbortouch. Prospect had been solely a lender to Harbortouch, and now Prospect is both a lender to and a shareholder in Harbortouch.

    Based in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Harbortouch is a leading provider of transaction processing services and point-of-sale ("POS") equipment used by tens of thousands of merchants across the United States. Harbortouch's full suite of solutions allows merchants to accept and process transactions made by credit, debit, prepaid, gift, and loyalty cards through traditional credit card terminals, electronic cash registers, mobile payment devices, and the company's proprietary touch-screen POS systems.

  • Reply to

    4Q EPs $0.18 FOR YEAR $0.46 ON Revenue of 12.5

    by longterm90 Mar 31, 2014 11:27 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 31, 2014 2:40 PM Flag

    Full Year 2013 Summary:
    Total revenue was $79.0 million, a decrease of 23% year-over-year
    Gross profit was $27.6 million, a decrease of 17% year-over-year
    Gross profit margin was 35% as compared to 32% year-over-year
    Net income attributable to SkyPeople Fruit Juice, Inc. decreased 33% year-over-year to $12.2 million
    Revenue from the fruit juice beverage segment was $39.5 million, an increase of 46% year-over-year

    Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash were $74.1 million as of December 31, 2013

    "We recorded less than expected financial results for fiscal year 2013 as several of our operating segments were hampered by a limited supply of fresh fruit for most of the year," said Mr. Hongke Xue, Chief Executive Officer of SkyPeople. "Although our first quarter's performance showed promise, a difficult squeezing season for several of our raw material fruit products, particularly apples, reduced the production of our core products for the remainder of the year.

    "On the bright side, our fruit juice beverages segment had a record year as our investment in bottling infrastructure and an expanded sales and marketing team is generating solid returns. Our fruit juice beverages products are sold via over 100 distributors in more than 20,000 retail stores in approximately 30 provinces in China.

    "We are also making substantial progress with our new project growth initiatives intended to develop a more secure supply chain so that we might have greater control of our raw materials. We believe that our projects to produce kiwis in Mei County and oranges in Yidu, Hubei Province will give us a competitive advantage and generate substantial returns for our shareholders. A deeper product platform will enable us to further diversify our product mix, reduce the volatility of supply and generate stable cash flow.

    "We continue to see China as a tremendous growth market as higher incomes, urbanization and changing demographics will lead to healthier lifestyles and improved nutrition.

  • shiftsuper175607 by shiftsuper175607 Mar 31, 2014 8:45 AM Flag

    $300 million announced in two loans, plus extended credit facility.

  • Reply to

    Off Topic: Spam

    by newscentral2002 Mar 30, 2014 10:43 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 31, 2014 8:39 AM Flag

    I know it is a pain, but take the time to report them.
    Sometimes I select "other" on the options and then type " spam pushing competing search company.

    I report them, them place on ignore.

    I have a great idea.
    Yahoo should allow volunteer spam fighters.
    These Yahoo members would have the power to remove a spam post
    The posts removed would be reviewed for meeting the guidelines by paid workers.
    After a time the volunteers would gain credibility and could have independent removal authority.
    Or maybe also volunteers could review the volunteers.

  • Reply to

    Upcoming dividend cut

    by azgrannym Mar 29, 2014 11:50 AM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 30, 2014 10:26 PM Flag

    No such article at The Motley Fool
    I did do my own DD
    Last article was back on 3-4-14, titled
    The top 25 yielding Stocks in March

  • shiftsuper175607 by shiftsuper175607 Mar 30, 2014 5:13 PM Flag

    I hope that juice drink sales continued to grow.
    With growing acceptance of the self vending units. Also, more store additions for bottled drinks.

    I want to see balanced sales in fruit concentrate, with a return to good sales in Kiwi

    I want to hear about the projects for expansion. Especially that they are being managed well. Two big projects seems to be a lot to do at run a company.

    I would like to see a robust cash balance with addition from their biggest Q they just completed.
    If they spent cash, I want to see tangible benefit.

    I want to hear in the conference call that they realize the company belongs to the shareholder and that they work for us. They benefit by having good jobs, with growing salaries as they grow our business.

    Good luck, SkyPeople shareholders!

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 24, 2014 2:53 PM Flag

    Prove where I said that about me saying anything about making the boards balanced....
    copy and paste the post me...

    We will see who is the liar.

    I will leave the board IF IT IS ME SAYING IT.


    My prediction:
    there will be no further reply about this from frankgresick.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 24, 2014 12:55 PM Flag


    You are completely misunderstanding the conversation where I replied above.
    I never said That I was trying to make posts even. You can check that and see. That would be someone else who said that.
    I am actually telling thermoenergy_arp_tips to pump the stock.
    "Well, pump the stock"
    Post facts that counter any bashing.

    bashing/pumping are just words.
    I am fine with posters posting all the information they want about TMEN.
    I do not post lies about people.
    Read my post again and you will see that is exactly what I said.
    I would be glad to see a lot of good news here. I have posted such in the past. I have often been the first to post about PRs and filings.
    I have no ill will toward this company, I just think at this time they are not marketing a viable product for fracking.

  • shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 23, 2014 8:59 PM Flag

    My opinion is that this is some of the best SPAM written.
    If you have your miracle website....why would you ask a bunch of anonymous message board people for advice with YOUR money?
    The answer...
    You would would also keep it a secret, as to not ruin your gold mine.

  • Reply to

    You have to laugh to not cry

    by shiftsuper175607 Mar 18, 2014 7:15 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 23, 2014 1:40 PM Flag

    Wars and rumors of wars...yet gold is falling....Ukraine's Western-backed leaders voiced fears on Sunday of an imminent Russian invasion of the eastern industrial heartland following the fall of their last airbase in Crimea to defiant Kremlin troops.

  • Reply to

    The Jan 1st Frac Brief

    by shiftsuper175607 Mar 22, 2014 6:53 PM
    shiftsuper175607 shiftsuper175607 Mar 22, 2014 7:02 PM Flag

    The two statements I cited...are straight from the paper written by the chief engineer Mr. Brown. He said them...

    On the next page it talks about the oil and gas industry having "very little application for evaporation as a means to recover clean water from produced water."

    If you own this need to know what they say about the techs.
    That is the best source of information.
    I do not own this stock.
    I have no agendas against the CEO or CFO or others.
    My opinion is less biased that most.
    Check the facts I posted.

  • shiftsuper175607 by shiftsuper175607 Mar 22, 2014 6:53 PM Flag

    The article written by Mr. Brown the Chief Engineering Officer. When I posted about it. Most had not even seen it.
    To see the brief...go to the website...find the Media Center tab and then in it the publications section.
    The January 21st Thermoenergy FracWater Brief is what your are looking for.
    In the bottom right corner is an article called "Comparing Evaporative Technologies..."
    It is a PDF file and I could not copy the first page.
    'Read the first paragraph on the front page..It tells you the first and main problem.
    "High capital cost"
    Think about how much energy it takes to boil every gallon of millions out of a well. It is very expensive.
    TMEN's 4 stage system is better than the MVR system they compare to, but it is still very expensive.
    This is how they can say they have the best techs to do this.

    On the next page it talks about the oil and gas industry having "very little application for evaporation as a means to recover clean water from produced water."
    Mr. Brown says the techs are not needed.
    As I said, You do not needed distilled water to frac wells.

    They cite new regulations in Pennsylvania as may force it to be done.
    In other words it will only be done if companies are forced by law to do it.
    If the government forces companies to recycle...why would they use this technology?
    There are other ones available that don't require the huge electric demand and then TMEN's still has the waste stream left to be disposed of...40% according to the paper he wrote. That is millions of gallons per well.

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