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Axion Power Concentrator 148: Sep. 3, 2012: Rosewater Energy Hub Articles And John Petersen's Updated Graphs.

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Recent positive press on 9/3 was seen in a LibertyInvestor.com article, "5 Stocks For The Dawn Of A New Age In Batteries". The article is short, mentions construction of the battery, some of the attributes of it and applications, such as start/stop and the Norfolk Southern effort.

Without risk of plagiarism, I quote the end of the Axion segment: "Buy Axion" (emphasis added).

CEPro.com had a nice write-up published 8/29, "RoseWater's Residential Energy Storage Hub a UPS on Steroids" and greentechadvocates.com had a piece that same day, "Luxe Home Energy Storage System to Debut", about Rosewater's offering the Residential Energy Hub. Sounds like Mr. Piccirilli has the marketing machine in full swing and Axion will benefit greatly as time passes.

Thanks to all the APC participants who help identify such as these articles. Without you, we couldn't do the job.
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The following charts and associated commentary are thanks to the efforts of John Petersen and we are all indebted, and thankful, for the effort and sharing that he does!

Axion Power Market Cap and Share Count at 8/24/2012:

(click to enlarge)Axion Power Market Cap and Share CountClick to enlarge

Events that should have increased Market Cap significantly over the past two years:

1. NS in June 2010
2. BMW in September 2010
3. The toll contract in March 2011
4. The DOE grant application with GM in April 2011
5. The PJM connection in November 2011
6. The toll contract extension in March 2012
7. Completion of BMW testing
8. The first NS battery order

Sellside dynamic that pushed the market cap down into current cheap levels over the past two years:
Fursa and liquidation trust - 3.3 million starting in April 2010
Special Situations - 8.7 million shares starting March 2011
Quercus Trust - 8.6 million shares starting March 2011

Plus up to 8.2 million shares of selling by the Estate of James Winner that started sometime after his death in September 2010 -http://bit.ly/QaR9by.

Plus up to 7.2 million shares that Manatuck Hill "might" have been sold in connection with a management change in Q1 of this year.

Blackrock started with 7.15 million shares and reported sales of 2 million shares before it fell off the radar.

Most of these sellers are ancient history because they're either out of stock or almost out of stock. As near as I can tell, there's nobody left that holds large enough blocks to push the market around. I find the current volume spike particularly encouraging because it seems to be a final blow out of the last shares remaining in weak hands.

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Axion Power Moving Average Volume:

(updated through Friday close Aug. 31st)

(click to enlarge)Axion Power Moving Average VolumeClick to enlarge

On the volume chart it's highly likely that the 50-day average will move up through the 200-day average sometime next week.

On 8/24/2012 John noted ...

I don't normally send updates mid-week but the new volume graph is important because the 10-day average broke 600,000 yesterday and we're within a day or two of a break-through where the 50-day will penetrate up through the 200-day. There's been a fairly consistent volume resistance in the 500,000 share range for a couple years and the 600,000 figure is a clear penetration. We've only had three other instances where the 50-day penetrated up through the 200-day. One was a tiny blip in August of last year that didn't last long, but the other two were large and sustained volume surges.
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Axion Power Weighted Moving Average Prices:

(updated through Friday close Aug. 31st)

(click to enlarge)Axion Power Weighted Moving Average PricesClick to enlarge

On the price chart, it's interesting to note that the 10-day average moved up through the 20-day average on Tuesday of last week and it moved up through the 50-day average on Friday.
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Axion Power Concentrator Comments Graph:

(updated Aug. 21st)

(click to enlarge)Axion Power Concentrator Comments GraphClick to enlarge

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Links to valuable Axion Power research and websites:

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Axion Power Wikispaces Web Site, created by APC commentator WDD. It is an excellent ongoing notebook aggregation of Axion Power facts.

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