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whbuncensored 220 posts  |  Last Activity: 4 hours ago Member since: Feb 15, 2009
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  • whbuncensored whbuncensored 4 hours ago Flag

    Fire Robber! He's more dangerous than useful to the best interests of honest SCEI-holders.
    The Company should very much want to create a CWSF market in N. America. This legal ruse
    is impeding progress of major importance to both China and the U.S. merely for the advantage
    of greedy Wall Street swindlers. Petition to transfer jurisdiction to a federal court immediately.
    Name Robber as a Defendant/Respondent.

  • It's a much better idea than anything HERB now has in the U.S.
    AZLCZ has a website with sensible economic development proposals.
    See Second Knolls RTS Final Report dated 2014_03_07.

  • whbuncensored whbuncensored 10 hours ago Flag

    Do the gas stations at TRCC pay a percentage rent too? Percentage of sales?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • 10-Q "an $845,000 decrease, or 14%, in oil royalty revenue stemming from lower production from older wells, the timing of new wells coming on-line in the second and third quarter of 2014, and the timing of
    completion of the expansion of lessees’ production facilities. We also saw a decline in oil leasehold
    payments of $488,000 when compared to 2013 due to a lessee entering the drilling phase of their lease."
    If you believe that OPEC is prepared for significant further price-declines, the prospects from this source
    look rather dismal.
    "lower percentage rent from the Calpine power plant lease" How's this percentage calculated?
    What's happening with the negotiations to build a large-scale solar-energy generating station?

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • ACI, ANR, BTU, CLD, CNX, JRCCQ, WLB, WLT
    Two Coal Limited Partnerships: AHGP, ARLP
    Coal ETF: KOL

    Note the high debt-levels in these commodity-cyclicals.

  • Reply to

    scouting requested

    by whbuncensored Nov 26, 2014 9:42 AM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 27, 2014 3:00 PM Flag

    See 21 Yelp reviews so far. Average is 3 star, ranging from 1 to 5. Lots of photos. Several
    favorable comments about the Family Restrooms but no mention of Bob's Clock Tower.
    Perspectives are those of shoppers rather than investors. Talk with employees!

  • whbuncensored by whbuncensored Nov 27, 2014 9:52 AM Flag

    Shouldn't small conifers be harvested at the Lazy T to sell nearby.

  • whbuncensored by whbuncensored Nov 26, 2014 9:42 AM Flag

    Some intrepid soul should visit Outlets this weekend
    and post a candid report here. Inspect TMV development also.

  • Reply to

    Why remove TRC from all indexes:

    by whbuncensored Nov 21, 2014 7:22 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 25, 2014 5:52 PM Flag

    Do you have a source at Vanguard. How do you know
    how many TRC shares are in which funds? If most are
    in ACTIVELY MANAGED funds, then those managers
    CLEARLY aren't earning their keep.
    You never named the person(s) responsible for TRC being
    in indexes tracked by Vanguard index funds.
    Are you saving them from public humiliation.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    So my next question is why CWSF use

    by whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 10:43 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 25, 2014 9:08 AM Flag

    Shareholders should strongly disagree that "there is no point in even mentioning" SCEI.
    For decades, no public nor private company has created demand for CWSF in the U.S.
    despite the presence of coal scientists with technological knowledge. Some might wish
    to work for or at least help SCEI.
    The U.S. already burns a lot of coal, so CWSF could reduce pollution.
    Its cost is competitive with diesel oil fuel and LNG.

  • Reply to

    So my next question is why CWSF use

    by whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 10:43 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 25, 2014 12:02 AM Flag

    Do you think all railroad locomotive engines are like internal combustion rather
    than a furnace? Duh, research that topic! CSWF is more expensive than dry coal,
    but compare its cost instead to diesel fuel or LNG. Railroads don't build pipelines;
    however a joint venture between a power plant, a nearby coal-producer, and SCEI might .
    Environmental "devastation" could be considerably mitigated from present practice.
    Alas, you're always right; SCEI isn't a large global energy corporation yet. Duh....

  • isn't widespread in the U.S.?
    Taken together, the 7 major U.S. freight railroads consumed more than 3.6 billion gallons of diesel fuel
    in 2012, or 7% of all diesel fuel consumed in the United States. That fuel cost more than $11 billion
    and accounted for 23% of total operating expenses. Web Search shows that experimenting with LNG
    as an alternative fuel is happening, e.g. at BNSF. Perhaps SCEI could persuade American railroads
    to try CWSF and set about providing it to them in the U.S. possibly through joint ventures.
    Oh, I forgot the Manipulator line that SCEI is a fraud.

  • Reply to

    for mizesaw who said

    by whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 1:16 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 7:08 PM Flag

    I didn't say CWSF is in widespread "use" in the U.S. I wrote that "CWSF technology is
    widespread in the U.S. and elsewhere" meaning many people are familiar with it here.
    Web Search topic.
    China and Russia are among places that actually use it for the reasons you cite.

  • Reply to

    for mizesaw who said

    by whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 1:16 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 3:17 PM Flag

    2011 10-K p.13 We are a leading third-party CWSF producer in China, as measured
    by sales volume for the year 2011. The industry is still at an early stage in China,
    and we have thus far experienced limited competition from domestic producers.
    We believe there are currently no foreign competitors....there are approximately
    40 to 50 active suppliers, most have sales volumes of less than 100,000 MT.
    Competition is mainly based on establishing a large and stable local customer base
    in order to gain increased market share. CWSF producers in China compete on a
    localized level and often lack the capability to expand to a more regional or national scale.
    Establishing production on a regional basis within 200 kilometers of large customers is of
    critical importance, as deliveries beyond this radius typically become uneconomical.

  • whbuncensored by whbuncensored Nov 24, 2014 1:16 PM Flag

    "In the US they do pulverize coal and then add lime and other ingredients to reduce pollution and
    increase efficiency. It is called fluidized bed combustion. I participated in the initial research at the
    University of Kentucky Energy Research Lab. The one thing we never did was to add water though."

    Apparently CWSF technology is widespread in the U.S. and elsewhere based on my Web Search.
    Your post still made me wonder exactly how it works since water isn't combustible.
    ‘Clean Energy and Water Technologies’ is a blog.--"generates Hydrogen rich Syngas according to
    the following chemical reaction. 2C + O2+2 H2O -------- 2H2+2 CO2, when the mixture is subject to
    gasification instead of mere combustion. The combustion efficiency is about 96-99% and the boiler
    efficiency of more than 90%. It generates less Sulfur dioxide and Nitrogen oxide emissions"
    I presume that chemical additives are a catalyst. This clarifies the chemistry.

    The Company undoubtedly has considerable competition in China's market. Manipulation has
    certainly severely impeded its opportunities for growth through acquisition using stock
    for over 2 years now after SCEI went dark in 2012.
    Theoretical damage to the Company, China, and global environment is incalculably enormous.
    How can doing this fraud possibly be economically justified by anyone but financial criminals!

  • Reply to

    Backup strategy for SCEI

    by david090963 Nov 22, 2014 4:11 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 23, 2014 1:19 PM Flag

    Ren is innocent until guilt is established. SCEI's circumstances are quite different.
    These fit the pattern of notorious Wall Street manipulations which have seized
    over 100 other companies including a few non-Chinese (e.g. American Jewelry
    and D.G. Jewelry in Canada). The culprits are stock Manipulators in the U.S.!

  • Reply to

    Backup strategy for SCEI

    by david090963 Nov 22, 2014 4:11 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 23, 2014 11:57 AM Flag

    Disclosure: I have no position in SCEI and am not paid to post anywhere.
    My family holds shares in other Chinese stocks that went dark.
    My opinion is that DGW and DYP were victims of past dishonest managements
    based solely on SEC filings about those two.
    I've no nonpublic info about SCEI, only strong suspicion based on considerable
    circumstantial evidence including posts such as yours.
    My true name is William H. Brandt, Acting Chair of Investors Liberation Movement.

  • Reply to

    Please sign this petition at

    by investors_liberation_movement Nov 23, 2014 10:42 AM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 23, 2014 10:55 AM Flag

    The full email address is given at SCEI - "Backup strategy for SCEI"
    Use your Edit tool to Copy and Paste in address bar.

  • whbuncensored by whbuncensored Nov 21, 2014 7:22 PM Flag

    Name another public company that donated valuable corporate assets (500 acres) to a government.
    It also leased land to a school district for a nominal sum as "community relations".
    The Wildlands Conservancy can perhaps be forgiven in thinking TRC is wilderness because
    the Company has done so little with its land for decades farming less than 2% this year.
    TRC's apparently senile "stewards" agreed to give 90% of company land to permanent
    conservancy for condor habitat which isn't even in the historic range of those vultures. In return,
    TRC got a pledge of no conservationist opposition to its ridiculous real-estate development plan.
    In summation, TRC has been doing actual harm to U.S. food security and operating in a manner
    that threatens competitive capitalist society.
    The Board disdains meeting in the company's Lebec headquarters evidently because of insufficient
    amenities even though TRC built a high-end mall there. Somehow, a competitor got to be a Director.
    Top Management is paid more than top U.S. officials for abysmal profit-performance, and a "consultant"
    was paid $55,000 to justify such looting. Two Arizona persons were among the latest choices to be
    Directors from whence comes the outside CEO whose first year at TRC is quite disturbing so far:
    TRC paid $70 million cash to buy out its partner DMB by borrowing from a big bank. TRC hurts its
    nearby communities which have considerable unemployment by failing to create productive jobs.
    TRC is unfit, unworthy, and unsuitable for all investors. Its artificially high valuation is manipulated by
    self-serving asset-managers like Tisch and Winer from NY who're clearly incompetent to be Directors.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    back in

    by keysrfun Nov 19, 2014 12:02 PM
    whbuncensored whbuncensored Nov 21, 2014 11:09 AM Flag

    GURE certainly isn't overvalued. I was referring to overvalued U.S. stocks (e.g. AMZN, TSLA, etc.) GURE is very likely to become even
    more undervalued in order to support overvaluations into the future.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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