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uptabdowntab 361 posts  |  Last Activity: 4 hours ago Member since: Jul 1, 1998
  • uptabdowntab by uptabdowntab Aug 22, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    Nice opportunity to "buy the dip".....which is the mentality that will work beautifully for this stock over the next 6 months ....and maybe longer. Cheers all.

  • uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 22, 2014 10:25 AM Flag

    That's a good way to look at things. Simple, accurate, and to the point. Everyway I look at this I come back with "Buy". Just a matter of patience at this point.....and that is a difficult thing.

  • Reply to

    Willis buys 3300 more on 8/20 at $ 3.0272

    by smaycs4 Aug 21, 2014 2:05 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 21, 2014 7:33 PM Flag

    It's a beautiful thing. ....and getting more beautifuller every day. Gin-n-tonics, nothing better in the Summer. Will need to switch to Jim Beam black label on Sept 1st....about when SPDC crosses 3.50. Good thing Mog covered at 2.2....ha ha ha. I wonder if he realizes that you have to buy-to-close to cover or if he is all fake talk.

  • Reply to

    Average volume, small price dip

    by tgagrippa Aug 21, 2014 5:03 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 21, 2014 5:45 PM Flag

    Good point tgagrippa. Even though HTCH has doubled in the last couple weeks, it has done so in a very technically sound my non-technician opinion. There haven't been any up or down gaps. There have been several day periods of consolidation. There have also been a couple 10% pullbacks along the way (like the last couple days from 4.60+ to 4.14) to get shares out of weak hands. I think this all bodes well for a continued rise. Like I've said before, the neat thing is this move has just started and is underpinned by truly great things happening with the company that will soon result in a steady relentless march upward in revenue and earnings over the next several years. We are in inning #1.

  • Reply to

    Gee, when

    by hogryder2000 Aug 21, 2014 4:55 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 21, 2014 5:35 PM Flag

    When someone decides they want to buy a few shares. When the volume is this low, whether the price is $3 or 3 cents makes no difference since it is meaningless.

    Perhaps tonight's Gamestop results will provide a catalyst for tomorrow.

    Bottomline....stock isn't moving up until someone decides to buy some shares.

  • on and on and on. I think fair value today is about $6.00 and that should grow at about 25% per year for the rest of the decade. Enjoy the ride.

  • myself to keep me sane (maybe) is....If I could buy the entire company for the current share price, would it be a good deal? With MCZ the answer is "Yes". It would cost about $36million-ish. Bottom line net income this FY is likely (conservatively) to be 5 or 6million so that part is solid. Even if only half, still just fine as an investment. Cash generation is even better. Forward prospects are good, or better. Certainly still a bit of fat that could be cut if one had to. Many exit strategies would also be possible, sale to bigger fish, sale to private equity, IPO at optimum time, etc.

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    The thinking man's thoughts on coal....

    by uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 9:41 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 21, 2014 12:45 PM Flag

    hulk, You are smarter than you smell. Oh, by the way, wonder why CA keeps killing off solar and tide projects? Several big new coal mines finally approved as well. Cheers.

  • Reply to

    Reverse Splits do not destroy value

    by donf22 Aug 13, 2014 1:10 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 21, 2014 8:08 AM Flag

    INVE did a 10 for 1 reverse split a couple months ago for some of the same reasons that NRZ is doing it. INVE has more than doubled UPWARD since the split. Another, maybe 5 years ago I owned OTIX when they did a reverse split, stock more than tripled afterward and was bought out. I've been through a couple other good ones as well.

    I believe the reverse split is the right move for NRZ given the type of investors they need to attract.


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    The thinking man's thoughts on coal....

    by uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 9:41 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 9:44 PM Flag

    ...oh, and did I mention....the sun doesn't always shine and wind doesn't always blow. That's right, you need to build a redundant power plant for back, what's the point?

  • 1. ANR and ACI are obviously buys. They are at multi-decade lows. Coal supplies 40 - 45% of all US electricity and that is forecast to decline to 38 - 42% by 2040...40!...twentyFORTY.

    2. There is NOTHING I hate more than a windmill. NOTHING. It pollutes a gorgeous landscape for thousands of square miles. There is nothing uglier today than driving across northern Illinois or Indiana. And it's not just "looks", you cannot safely live within several miles of these things due to the pulsating pressure waves driving you insane.....the eagles, hawks, geese, and other birds are the lucky ones, they die fast.

    3. Solar (like windmills) could not survive without government subsidies. Solar "looks" fine but small systems rely on batteries. There is NOTHING (other than windmills) worse for our environment than a battery. Again, without subsidies, solar is done.

    4. Natural gas. Sure, it burns relatively clean but the damage due to fracking is super scary, lots of chemicals, impacting water, causing earthquakes. Wanna live in Oklahoma? The unregulated release of methane is bad.

    5. Technology is the continued salvation for coal. It can (and is) burned as clean as natural gas.

    6. Now, ask yourself, would you rather live near (within 5 miles) a coal mine (open pit or otherwise) or a windmill or a fracked nat gas field or large solar basin? The only one of these that is invisible unless you are on top of it is a coal mine. It doesn't pollute the view, it doesn't pollute the water, and you know exactly what is happening.

    7. Creatures like hulk and jimjohn are pieces of garbage. What a waste of a human(?) body.

    8. Try to make steel using the sun, the wind, and natural gas. Good luck.

    Cheers all.

  • uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 9:20 PM Flag

    don't u mean freq'n

  • Reply to

    Truly unbelievable that volume and

    by uptabdowntab Aug 19, 2014 12:29 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 3:51 PM Flag

    It's interesting stuff. For me, there is usually a single point in time for each stock where I KNOW it is going to go up, 100% certainty.

    For INVE, it was when they closed it at 99 cents on day 10 to make sure it would not meet the listing requirement and made the reverse split make sense. Hart wanted that from day 1.

    For MCZ, it was a couple 3 quarters ago when it traded down to about 35-37 cents post earnings but then moved steadily higher the next day. That was so uncharacteristic that, for me, I knew it was going up from there.

    For HTCH, it was while reading the recent earnings PR when they discussed OIS. Just added some sizzle to a great steak.

    For SPDC, it was when I was at the shareholder meeting the day they introduced Willis as the new CEO.

    For VTSI, ANR, ACI, hasn't yet happened for me. They will all go higher, but I just don't KNOW.

  • Reply to

    Truly unbelievable that volume and

    by uptabdowntab Aug 19, 2014 12:29 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 3:31 PM Flag

    Apparently so:)........Hey bodybag, Were you the person who turned me onto INVE back when it was about $8 (80 cents pre-Rsplit)?

  • Reply to

    Annual Meeting Date

    by tracant Aug 19, 2014 3:22 PM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 2:11 PM Flag

    Please attend the shareholder meeting and ask him to explain why he his salary is so high even as he fails to create shareholder value.

  • Reply to

    SOL near term

    by llewellynlord Aug 14, 2014 11:20 AM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 1:15 PM Flag

    llewellynlord, I do not believe "the big buyer" has jumped to the other side, unless he is doing so simply to temporarily drive down the price by sacrificing a few shares. I would like to say "time will tell" but I doubt any of us will ever know exactly why this is happening even after the stock powers higher.

  • uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 1:04 PM Flag

    Not true, you can short as many as you want. Great idea! Please short as many as possible. Sheer brilliance. Wow!

  • uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 9:07 AM Flag

    charboneus, Congrats on your profits and current HTCH position, nothing is better than profits. Just a couple point on 1.90 was maybe it would have bottomed at 2.50 or 2.70 if not for the crummy small cap market at the time......large holder scaling out, well the good thing is that no matter how many shares any one person owns, it is easy to get out or in when volume is over 1 million shares.....doubt there are many individuals with more than 500,000 shares....and finally, this stock does have the potential to be a $50 stock in 18-36 months, HDD susp earnings of $1 and rapidly ramping OIS earnings of 50 cents and maybe some pure cash licensing OIS deals of 50 cents would make $50 a slam dunk. Note, I said potential, not probable, not anything else, just a maybe. Fun times and happy the dips.

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    Aanyone have a feel/guess/knowledge of how

    by uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 8:21 AM
    uptabdowntab uptabdowntab Aug 20, 2014 8:57 AM Flag

    Oh well. I thought I'd throw out a fishing line and see what I'd catch. You are more savvy about this sort of stuff than I. Soon someone WILL throw the switch...

  • many shares are currently for sale at 59/60/61 cents? I haven't been watching all that close the last several days, perhaps someone has seen some large numbers flashing at the ask or maybe when the ask disappears it is immediately replaced in a concerted effort or perhaps some other observation.

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