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  • Exploiting Discount Arbitrage Opportunities In CEFs [View article]
    SVVC looks cheap now!
    Apr 18 12:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vantage Drilling: Why The Shorts In This $1 Stock Bargain Are Likely To Get Burned [View article]
    Hoyt- There is plenty of time for them to get a contract for the Cobalt and if they prefer, they could also just sell the Cobalt or sell the whole company. Also, the Tungsten and Platinum are some of the newest in the world and will always command the highest day rates. (Your dates on debt are off...)

    I agree with you that Vantage will probably be acquired and that could be the real surprise. I know that some former Transocean management is at Vantage now so I think this article is right about that company being a suitor.
    Apr 9 12:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pacific Drilling's Modern Fleet And Newbuilds To Contribute To Outperformance [View article]
    I think Vantage Drilling (VTG) is a better buy now and it also has a young fleet, but PACD seems interesting as well.
    Apr 8 04:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Dipping My Toe Into Small Cap Technology [View article]
    Yep, I agree, lots of small cap tech bargains now
    Apr 8 01:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Lifeway Foods: This Niche Food Company Has Big Potential [View article]
    LWAY shares have taken a beating? Looks more like they were way overvalued and even now it looks rich. With estimates at about 36 cents per share the stock trades for around 40 times earnings, I think it is still richly valued so I see little upside here. WWAV is also expensive and these are part of a food stock bubble that could pop.
    Apr 6 05:30 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Vantage Drilling: Buy A Promising Future At A Discount [View article]
    Great article! I agree, Vantage shares are way undervalued. However, there is one overhang on this stock which is the legal battle (with Vantage) and ownership of shares by a former director.
    Apr 5 11:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Terra Tech Is Well-Positioned For Coming Explosive Demand [View article]
    TRTC is down significantly since my last post here and it looks like it could breakdown further....with the 200-day moving average at just about 26 cents, there is potentially a long way down.
    Apr 3 03:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • These 2 High-Yield Picks Could Supercharge Your Portfolio With Dividends And Capital Appreciation [View article]
    Robin- Looks like the insider buying at HRZN is new info as is the the basing formation on the chart, as is PSEC info. Author did reference last article here as well so your re-hash comments appear unfounded.

    Do you have anything new to add yourself? Specifically on the insider buying at HRZN? That is bullish!
    Apr 2 04:50 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • These 2 High-Yield Picks Could Supercharge Your Portfolio With Dividends And Capital Appreciation [View article]
    5Bandit- it's already well known that the Russell may no longer include PSEC, but that is why it is down so it may be priced in already. Plus, if you sell now you will miss about 2 months or nearly 25 cents worth of dividends. PSEC and others might be setting up to go UP, when and if the index selling date comes and goes.

    The insider buying on HRZN looks bullish and so does the chart!
    Apr 2 04:47 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Neonode Is A Strong Buy: Invest In Groundbreaking Patented Technology For Just $5 A Share [View article]
    Short squeeze potential for NEON looks good, could spike up on that alone!

    If HP does announce a deal for the printers, shorts are really in trouble.

    It's true that insiders own a huge stake and one just added more shares.
    Apr 2 02:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Neonode Is A Strong Buy: Invest In Groundbreaking Patented Technology For Just $5 A Share [View article]
    Richard, "NEON makes nothing" and therefore is not cheap at any price is a silly remark. The patent licensing business especially in tech is very robust and offers extremely high margins once the R&D is done which is the case for NEON. With no debt on the balance sheet, limited losses, millions in cash and revenues about to spike, there is no sense or need for a cap raise.

    Claiming that the technology is 40 years old is also silly, we did not even have mobile phones back then for consumers, much less touch sensing. If the patents are as worthless as you claim then why are some of the largest firms like Samsung and Volvo and many others signing up to pay NEON??????

    Are you short and concerned that the stock could spike back up over $7?

    Also, what do you think multiple analysts are seeing with price targets of more than DOUBLE? (worthless patents on 40 year old technology???)
    Apr 2 01:52 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Most Interesting Investment In The World: Ethanex Energy [View article]
    Yep, great story and food for thought as always from Chris!
    Apr 1 08:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Terra Tech Is Well-Positioned For Coming Explosive Demand [View article]
    James Bond,

    Comparing Apple, Google, Comcast and their financial resources and PROFITS that allow them to take lawsuits in stride, to TRTC and its history of losses and limited financial resources makes little sense.

    I see very frequent press releases being put out by this company which to me is a negative sign. There is a host of legitimate potential downside concerns which everyone here seems quick to brush off or "spin" and that to me is another warning sign of investor euphoria.
    Mar 27 11:07 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Terra Tech Is Well-Positioned For Coming Explosive Demand [View article]
    belgium,

    Where's the link for 65 employees?

    This is where I saw the info in this 8k filing:

    http://1.usa.gov/P2WWBU

    I have no doubt employee count has or will change but still, the potential downside risks seem to be swept under the rug by some here.
    Mar 26 07:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Terra Tech Is Well-Positioned For Coming Explosive Demand [View article]
    Philberg,

    The last 8k I read indicated about 7 employees. Do you know that workers in a video are actual employees and does it even matter if they have some field workers? Point is the market cap to employee ratio appears huge. Plus does the CEO of this company have significant and successful experience running a growth company or has he had more experience selling stock??? Looks like he was in the stock market business to me, plus it appears that his wife is one of the 7 employees and I see quite a lot of stock being sold here in the past month:

    http://yhoo.it/1eRkhA8

    More stock could be sold going forward, and I would not be surprised to see a capital raise.

    Try typing their "corporate address" into Google and guess what I saw, the same address as a Davinci Virtual Office, do these guys have a real office in this building or are they paying $95 to Davinci????? Either way, I am not impresssed and I think this article should have considered the potential downside risks in a thorough way, especially considering the runup this stock has already had.

    What about the potential legal issue mentioned in the filings? No worries???
    Mar 26 06:37 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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