Why do you delete all your postings buying at $4.32 and constantly buying more each day because you are a millionaire?
Dramatic change in volume.
Where did you get this information? Why are they doing another conference call after yesterday? This will just SLAM the stock under $2.
Where are they practicing their "pumping fool the small idiot retail traders who don't know anything? But think they do know.?"
Company has only 23 Million in cash but the company valuation is $3 billion? Is that crazy or what?
Total Cash (mrq): 23.80M
Lots of new sellers now and margin calls tomorrow.
Stupid, it is because Glencore plans to make a bid for Rio Tinto to be the largest commodity trading company. That was released about 12 noon. But it's plan is to put others out of business by size and control of commodities like a consortium like OPEC.
You had a chance to get out of WLT or CLF or ANR, etc. because they will continue to fall now.
Power Companies in Japan Move to Restrict Solar
Half of Japan's electric utilities have blocked additional solar for fear of destabilizing the grid
Oct 2, 2014 |By Daniel Cusick and ClimateWire
Japan's electric utilities are putting the brakes on the country's fast-growing renewable energy sector as concerns mount that the addition of large amounts of solar power is creating oversupply problems for some regions while stressing the country's decentralized power grid.
In the last week, half the country's 10 general electricity utilities have announced that they would suspend reviews of proposals for new generation from renewable energy producers or take measures to ensure that the addition of that energy does not compromise their transmission and distribution networks.
The utilities implementing the new restrictions are Kyushu Electric Power, Shikoku Electric Power and Okinawa Electric Power in the western part of the country, and Hokkaido Electric Power and Tohoku Electric Power in the northeast. Together the five utilities serve roughly half of Japan's geographic area, including the largest island prefectures, and have peak demand load of roughly 50,000 megawatts
If Japanese government changes subsidy to solar, this would be a double whammy