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  • Bronco Drilling: Poised for Future Growth? [View article]
    Correction from Article:

    CEO, Frank Harrison's comment on the cost of around $1 million was in response to a question on the cost to winterize one of their existing rigs for the Bakken Shale. The actual cost for a Stallion rig was discussed on the call.

    M. D'Ambrosio
    Mar 8 10:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Trident Microsystems: Is Now the Time to Get Onboard? [View article]
    We appreciate you reading and commenting on the Trident Microsystems article. If you go to chapelharborassetmanag... (it's 100% free), you will find a more in-depth perspective on TRID if you are interested. If not, you will find other hot target stocks that are active on our charts.

    However, we must take you to task. In regards to your 'tailwind' comment - isn't that what most stock-pickers are looking for? We made the call for TRID to hit the $3-$4 range (up more then 10% today, more then any other semi, and that is only one day after we wrote this article) then re-evaluate from there. I understand your CEO and CFO comments but when our charts signal positive momentum we must follow that trend and trade accordingly. We hope to see you at the website...

    Thank You,
    Oct 12 05:56 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Trident Microsystems: Is Now the Time to Get Onboard? [View article]
    I apprecaite you reading and commenting on this article. If you go to chapelharborassetmanag... (it's 100% free), you will find the answer to your question there - under the Anchor's Away section.

    Thank You.
    Oct 12 06:30 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Standing Tall with Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile [View article]
    Thanks for commenting. Owning both SQM and POT would not give you much diversification if you were to go that route why not look at MOO for a whole-sector play.

    SQM is pulling back now as you can clearly see however,
    the perfect entry point seems to be right around $20 if you can time stocks that well. This was the last buy signal from my indicators from four months ago after a rapid decline in share price.

    As for POT alone, the indicators that I look at show a buy signal in the high $70's or low 80's at this point in time. These indicatiors could show to sell at some further point out but all indications are that this stock will continue to move up (that's odd in and of itself nowadays)so at this price looks very attractive.

    Hope this helps.

    On Mar 09 09:03 AM Gravity404 wrote:

    > I really like SQM and have been following it for a while; waiting
    > for it to pull back some but it hasn't.
    > Question: Since POT owns app. 35% of SQM, it's a good play to buy
    > POT in the mid to low 60s like it is? And get both??
    Mar 9 08:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wednesday Outlook: Commodities, Emerging Markets [View article]
    For whatever this is worth to you but I, like the relpy earlier, really enjoy your graphs and commentary that is done in a non-bias manner. Keep up the good work.
    Oct 15 02:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Critical Therapeutics Awaits FDA Decision on New Zyflo Formulation [View article]
    You might want to re-think how one chooses stocks on small, up-start pharmaceutical companies without inherently knowing alittle more about the company, i.e. company outlook, sales ability, target market, and more to the point - competition rather then JUST the science behind a particular drug. CRTX stock is being delisted from NASDAQ.
    Aug 30 11:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment