relax Jonas. I recognize your genius. You are right. Solar will leave no room for fuel cells. Fuel Cell Energy will go bankrupt. Dreaming is free and doesn't hurt anyone else. By all means continue.
Nevertheless Fuel Cell Energy is going to get the contract. By comparison, intermittent solar needs about 10 times as much land for the same number of megawatts but produces power on average over the course of the year for only 4.2 hours/day in Connecticut. Power is delivered around-the-clock no matter the weather or time of day with near-zero pollutants. Natural gas prices have plummeted.
...according to a May 5, 2015 article in the Hartford Courant newspaper online. That's enough to power 15,000 homes. At $65 million for 15,000 homes, the math works out to $4,333 per home. Much cheaper than installing solar panels on the roofs.
...... according to NCI Building Systems (NCS) earning conference call in June.
Also see the Wall Street Journal June 29 headline:
U. S. Steel President And CEO Mario Longhi Commends President Obama For Strengthening Trade Enforcement Laws
Broke the buck. Was it technical or does someone know something we don't know? If its just technical, and growth prospects are still good (my opinion) then it must be selling off because there were a lot of stop loss orders at $1 and just below.
Do a search on bioMérieux Investor Relations and read the 2015 Q1 results:
Q1 BioFire sales 37 million Euros ($40 million)
Molecular biology sales soared an organic 49% year-on-year. During the quarter, the FilmArray® system enjoyed sustained commercial success in North America, where the installed base rose to 1,600 systems
Come on guys, time to get moving, BioFire is running away with the market!
There was 52K shares sold short as of April 30.
About $200K total short position. That's next to nothing.
Some people spend entire days bashing, so if they aren't short then they are all talk, no money.
If market cap is the ultimate arbiter then why didn't the world end in February 2009 when the market hit the lows. Markets overshoot and undershoot.
POS only expresses personal emotions about a trader's experience with a stock. Usually, losses resulting from not setting a stop. These emotions are not a crystal ball that foretell outcomes.
Ah, but you are thinking in snapshots of time, while in reality, NanoSphere is getting more valuable as time goes on. And there is less urgency to sell the company now that they have enough cash for about 18 months. By then, the next generation Verigene and flex Respiratory Panel should be on the market. If they wait until more progress is made they can command a higher price for NanoSphere.
POS is the most overused word on the message boards. A cliché.
Or were you referring to stool samples for the enteric panel.
There is a difference between reality and opinions. I myself admit that a buyout of Nanosphere is a possibility but not a certainty, while you claim it as fact that it will not happen. This board is a good place to study psychology.
Apparently, Bashers would hate to see Nanosphere bought out at a very good price for current shareholders. They are denying the possibility of a buyout.
Cepheid, a molecular diagnostics company, with $300M of cash in its pockets would be wise to scoop up Nanosphere which is trading at a ridiculously cheap $20M market cap.
Nanosphere is trading for an incredibly low market cap of $20M with fantastic molecular diagnostics intellectual property which is growing sales 40% year over year.
Perfect fit for Cepheid!