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    Croppled1
    Croppled1
    We are waking up spiked up 7% at one time today . Backing and filling is healthy . Soon over .70 usd on our way over $1 . Many managements would of reversed split but ours is trying to truly help us . Wish they could totally remove the fear of debt surrounding Phase 2 and prove they can be profitable with or without it . Thats what needs to be done .
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    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    @TEFLON2INSULTS
    "Dear Mr. Whale Watcher ... for the 100th time, I make my money, +20% monthly return, by trading COMMODITIES. For rookies like you, that means trading a LEVERAGED investment. I recently took substantial profits on Dec.2017 Crude Oil, and Dec.2017 Gold. I am now acquiring a position in Mar.2018 Wheat ...
    Other than that ... NOBODY cares!

    PGH is for entertainment purposes only ... I love to read how you losers hang on to a real loser and talk about it like it is a real investment. Soooooo funny!
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    Stevie
    Stevie
    I believe I am the only person in the world, that Hillary did not blame for losing the election.
    Too bad, because I could not vote for that man hating, Christian hating, hetero hating, conservative hating, liberal hypocrite.
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    Tony
    Tony
    As would be expected the Left and Fake News CNN, are pooping in their pants after a strong speech by Trump at UN. The Republican Establishment won't be far behind. With punks like John Kirby around it's no wonder we are where we are now. Rear Admiral John Kirby that is, Emphasis on "Rear" as in, In the rear with the gear.
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    Peter
    Peter
    Why is the stock up nearly 7 cents today? Any news?
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    Teflon2Insults
    Teflon2Insults
    RJ - in seriousness:
    Clearly your point on it being a POS at $5 and along the way is right.
    And - your critical of management and some transactions. Which (while it is hard for me to guess what not doing some of what they did would have meant).

    Do you believe that there is anything that can be done to make this a worthy investment (at some current price) again...or is it your belief simply that this Co must fail? (So, take a short, pay the vig on it and in a while it will be a good return).

    To that end - while I don't believe at all in the values touted on this board as a type of NAV for the stock...what do you think and ending distribution (say in bankruptcy) would be. It does clearly have more assets than liabilities and the BK process is costly, but there would be left over.

    Again, what you say is supported by what it has done...any elaboration or reason would be appreciated.

    (To me...when there was the debt to groups with the interest and capacity to want to own it for any breach) and uncertainty of all types the company could comply - I liked playing the waves (quick in/out long and short) 1.70 to the 1.40s. I thought the problems with management communication made the deals seem very uncertain, but when they actually paid off some of the traunches (especially the convertibles), which was at the $1.14 or so...I did really think it was p from there...have no idea why it keeps tanking...)
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    Shaggy
    Shaggy
    Speaking of having an exit plan ...

    The pro bought PGH at $1.12 and set a "mental" stop at $0.98, then moved it up to $1.03, then back down to $0.97, then down to $0.50, then removed it all together and declared his PGH play was a lottery ticket. Even the pros don't stick to their plan sometimes. It's SOOOOOOOOOO funny.
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    the anti-liberal
    the anti-liberal
    OK I'm not trying to pump this stock but seriously we really should be over $1 by now since they have paid down debt. This should be a value buying opportunity for a long term hold for possible future dividends. My cost basis is huge and I'm trying to figure out if I should just cut my losses or dollar cost average down.
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    Paul
    Paul
    Down 7%, did I miss something? Oil near $50, we should be at $1.50. The manipulation on this is crazy
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    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER

    "Republicans gave up on caring about deficits long ago," NO KIDDING!
    Let's face it ... Republicans spend money like drunken sailors AND they cut taxes!
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tax-cuts-quiet-once-deafening-gop-call-fiscal-061515937.html

    Tax cuts quiet once-deafening GOP call for fiscal discipline
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans spooked world markets in their ardor to cut spending when Democrat Barack Obama occupied the White House. Now, with a GOP president pressing for politically popular tax cuts and billions more for the military, few in the
    finance.yahoo.com
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    Raymond C
    Raymond C
    At this point buying back some shares isnt a bad idea I think.
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    forwardlfash
    forwardlfash

    https://futurism.com/90-percent-of-vehicles-in-the-u-s-could-be-electric-by-the-early-2040s/

    90 percent of vehicles in the U.S. could be electric by the early 2040s
    This shift echoes the buggy to Model T transition of the early 20th century.
    futurism.com
  • W
    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    You can run a diesel engine on McDonald's used french fry oil ... maybe all the Mickey D restaurants can recycle their oil?
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    Steve
    Steve
    Why can't e go up???? Can't believe the shorts are this confident, last reading it is 28 days to cover.
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    rj
    rj
    You board monkeys have been pumping this garbage company years ago when it was a 5.00 failure..... Lesson learned.
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    Steve
    Steve
    2 weeks left in the quarter and no news AGAIN! I bet with a new management team this stock would shoo up to $2
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    Stevie
    Stevie
    Ouch, another hit. Sell 25% of lindberg. pay off all debt, and pay us a one time dividend. Pumping lindberg oil for the next 20 years to barely make a profit isn't the best thing for shareholders.
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    forwardlfash
    forwardlfash

    "If petrol and diesel really are going to be abandoned, the problem of the limited range of electric vehicles has to be overcome, or does it? The current emphasis in EV development appears to be on creating batteries that can store more electricity for greater vehicle operating ranges. But as ranges of over 300 miles are now being achieved by the likes of Tesla, it seems the emphasis might be shifting to charging times. And that's where StoreDot comes in because it's working on developing a way an electric vehicle can be fully recharged in as little as five minutes."
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/daimler-invests-super-fast-battery-charging-technology-151027150.html

    Daimler invests in super-fast battery charging technology
    Mercedes-Benz, or rather its parent company Daimler, is just one of a number of big automakers with a stated aim of moving towards having the majority of its models running on electricity in the not too distant future. If petrol and diesel really ar
    www.yahoo.com
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    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL TRADER
    TEFLON2INSULTS aka SIZEMORE
    If you knew anything about trading you wouldn't be in the mess you are in with PGH ~
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    Tony
    Tony

    I see Hilliary is back in the news promoting a book, More truth in this song though.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXjbXGyQDsE

    Liar Liar Pants On Fire Hillary Song
    www.youtube.com