Interesting article about how EV companies are using Tesla's publicity to their benefit. CCGI focus but also applies for ECTY. http://seekingalpha.com/article/1581262-how-car-charging-group-is-utilizing-teslas-publicity
What happens when the taxpayer grants, which are 74% of ECTY income, run dry? If you're still bullish EV charging companies, go for ones that don't take too much tax money. CCGI is very independent in that regard.
Though I appreciate your comments on NWBio, it's cheap to pick numbers off a graph and say you bought low and sold high. Maybe you did, but it distracts from credibility. Correction on NWBO - the current phase III is double blinded. All the technicals you site don't matter fundamentally. When push comes to shove, either DCVax-L will fail, or it will succeed. I can't see the FDA knocking it down because really, what risk is there in treating a person dying from one of the most lethal cancers out there that kills within 3 months? GBM is a sick demon of a cancer and deadly as hell. If the FDA shoots down a vaccine for it, people will get angry. If the FDA knocks it down, NWBO will be in big trouble. But if DCVax-L is approved, NWBO will skyrocket. That's the only thing you have to know. The rest of the technicals you site are irrelevant.
if it's an insider it'll show up on the roster. Otherwise, it may be an institutional investor placing bets on Azasite plus. Top line results next quarter.
What's with the back and forth based on no evidence or arguments? MANF is interesting, but the important and more near term development is AMBS parkinson's and alzheimer's diagnostic tests which will go to market much sooner. MANF is far away. The tests are more important. People forget about those.
of course it trades. Look, when food prices start spiking because of pollination problems exacerbated by inflation and the media and washington start blaming the bees to keep the eye off the exploding money supply, this stock will start getting some real attention. Just watch, and be patient.
Words are cheap. It's pretty easy to go in here and try to encourage a bit of selling on a microcap to pick up positions at big discounts and resell when it gets back up in 2 days. With agriculture on the way up, TRTC will benefit. Sell signals on boards are a good sign.
When a penny stock triples its revenues, it's time to take it seriously. Speaking of tripling, Just read that Obamacare will be jacking up premiums for all plans that were entered into after 2010. This should really drive people to cheaper healthcare like CGHC offers.
Just read that the phase 1/2 trial will not be blinded, so results will be coming in throughout 2013. Everyone who thinks NWBO is crying wolf should pay close attention to the DCVax-Direct trials. I think this is the most exciting cancer treatment aside from oncovex to come out in the last decade. If it works, not only stockholders will be celebrating. Shorts will be glad to take losses to a successful cancer vaccine.
The more hysterical messages I see on here the more I'm willing to buy. Who would have people crowd MB's with SELL SELL SELL if they weren't trying to pick up a few shares on the cheap for themselves? Nice contrary indicators for CUR.
I'm no maven in the company, but just scanning its statements would have me down as an investor. Companies I'm looking at, ECTY, CCGI on the positive, TSLA may be worth a put. CCGI has an extremely low cash burn rate, lots of staying power for if/when charging market develops.
I'm looking at Tesla's cash flow and income statement. They don't look too good. Better Place had the right idea of charging networks but couldn't team up with enough EV companies to succeed. They only had one model, so they failed. What needs to happen is companies like Tesla need to team up with charging companies like CCGI or Ecotality, or both. If that happens we can see some joint cooperation, both financially and business strategy to finally overcome the EV funk. And it'd be great for the stockholders of all companies concerned.
Been reading about the demise of Better Place lately. They're regrouping in Israel now for one last shot it looks like. Been looking at how their business model failed, too much expansion too fast. This is the Leaf's opportunity to fill the gap. Other companies like CCGI may be able to team up and start something going.