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channel schmannel. its back on.
Not to digress, but CX is looking real strong in the actual stuff, non tech world.
I understand why the common went down following the last quarterly report, but I have been a little surprised at the magnitude of the drop in the preferreds (not to mention the delay in the drop post-earnings). Comments on the recent significant drop in the preferreds? Thoughts?
Nice pop. Picked up 3000 at $1.17, cost basis down to $1.60. BK is a not, but want to see the channel develop before really putting the hammer down. Looking for $30k upside, which isn't bad for an obscure common play.
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NM is up 12.50% to 1.26
The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.
Didn't understand the rise. Then thought big money, and smart money was accumulating. So Googled forecast for BDI. Suggest do so, if you haven't already done so. It explains the rise.
Monster MicroCaps Research Alert to NM shareholders. Clean energy Technologies (CETY) is under 3 pennies with a market cap of close to $4 million and just announced it is expanding operations and marketing by opening Sales & Service Center in Europe to serve the current 65 HRS (Heat Recovery Systems) installations and to expand sales in Europe.
CETY purchased General Electric Heat Recovery Systems in 2015 and products are now very attractive to huge unmet markets and can achieve over $250 million annual sales within the next 2 to 3 years. Demand for conversion of wasted heat to electrical energy in big applications is very large and unmet!
Each CETY HRS (Heat Recovery System) sells for about $300,000.
Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. Establishes CETY Europe Sales and Service Center
COSTA MESA, Calif., June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTC: CETY) announced today that it has established a new CETY Europe Sales and Service Center in Silea (Treviso), Italy. ...
Clicking on "statistics" (next to "conversations) will show useful information. The most recent quarter (mrq) data shows a Total Debt/Equity ratio of 214%. The same ratio for Diana Shipping is 62% (I don't own any). Keep your eye on this statistic after the next quarter's report. Alpha thinks it will get worse. The slide in BDI is not good for this number. I am a long term holder of NM and worried.