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Plug Power -40% on Citron slam, drags down FuelCell, Ballard Power

  • The collapse in Plug Power (PLUG -40.8%) has pulled down other alternative fuel shares, as investors turned away from FuelCell Energy's (FCEL -21.6%) better than expected Q4 results to focus on Citron Research's report that said PLUG would be fairly valued at 50 cents.
  • Citron's Andrew Left has since taken to the CNBC airwaves to say PLUG has no unique technology and PLUG's management cannot be trusted.
  • Ballard Power (BLDP -26.6%), which earned 11% of its revenue last year by supplying the fuel cell stacks that run PLUG’s forklifts, also takes a beating.
  • Faring better is Capstone Turbine (CPST +7.9%), off earlier five-year highs but still up sharply, as the maker of microturbines has been moving slowly toward profitability.
Comments (63)
  • LYogi
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    Citron Report slamming PLUG actually endorses BLDP.
    11 Mar, 03:25 PM Reply Like
  • Just_waiting_for_profit
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    it endorses it in relative terms only not as a stand alone company. Both prices are unjustified!
    11 Mar, 04:23 PM Reply Like
  • flyerguy1300
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    Citron is just mad. Hopefully after PLUG reports Thursday this will go back up and show Citron they are wrong!!
    11 Mar, 03:27 PM Reply Like
  • omarbradley
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    perfectly timed short if that's the case. "fitty cent" seemed kind of aggressive. surprised CNBC...let alone the SEC...allows such things to even happen...let alone in broad daylight.
    11 Mar, 06:49 PM Reply Like
  • PChan444
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    Yeah I can't believe they allow PLUG to sell new stock to unsuspecting lambs
    12 Mar, 11:15 AM Reply Like
  • artnoon
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    Something should be done about the influence that Citron or others has on market moves. They could have shorted this stock before their announcement and madea fortune.
    11 Mar, 04:06 PM Reply Like
  • User 468847
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    I am so mad guys I can't even put it in Words!!!1
    I wish this guys could be sued for damages and wrong doing.
    Totally believe they shorted this stock to make their fortune !!!
    I still believe in Plug and it will come back cause the fundamentals are right.
    11 Mar, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • Gary Blevins
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    I agree 100%. Contact CNBC and the sec he has been fined before. We need to speak up till the fat lady sings
    11 Mar, 07:18 PM Reply Like
  • aztecsalvador
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    who is Citron? is it $CTNI?
    11 Mar, 04:08 PM Reply Like
  • Clark Zhao
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    just dodge a bullet….should have sold it above $11. Saw no hope for the day after it broke down $10.25
    11 Mar, 04:22 PM Reply Like
  • JimEJr
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    SMART! Bummed I set no protective stop in place to pocket at least partial gains...figured we would have at least a couple more good days due to FCEL's positive numbers fueling (pun) anticipation for Plug's numbers on Thu. Fortunately, still in positive territory, and plan to stay long with Plug despite Citron's rant. Mostly bothered that I could have had the funds to buy more Plug. Oh well...live and learn.
    11 Mar, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • ASKJDOG
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    These are obviously speculative equities, and a bet on emerging technologies. However, by the Citron report's logic Tesla is also worth very little currently.
    11 Mar, 04:22 PM Reply Like
  • JimEJr
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    Wow...sure must be nice to have peeps pay attention to you when talk trash. I remember my parents saying when I was growing up, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. Not that we should gloss over issues. But, this isn't constructive analysis, this is thrashing. And, not even with recent data.

     

    Note in the report, most of Citron's data / examples cited are from 2010-12. Some goes into last year, but nothing more recent than Sept. 2013. So, Starbucks had some bad numbers a few years ago, does that mean they are no longer a good company / stock? The same could be said of numerous companies.

     

    Sure, it likely benefits Walmart and FedEx to claim tax credits for seeking alternative energy, but let's not pretend that's the only reason companies are pursuing such technologies and products. There's rapidly increasing financial benefit, attractiveness to a eco-aware young job force, and a very strong public relations rationale. Despite all that, a power system for industrial tools that doesn't need have batteries swapped out nor sitting idle charging just makes sense in too many ways.

     

    And, having proprietary tech is not necessary. What's so unique about Amazon from other shopping sites? The tech? No. Again, numerous examples of other successful companies with well valued stocks could be cited. But this would then be a much longer comment.

     

    Citron may be right in certain regards to Plug's claims years ago, and there being tax incentives for clients to place orders, but that doesn't mean the stock is only worth 50 cents. While Plug's wild rise may be premature or somewhat overdone, that doesn't mean a 30-50% decline in one day is anymore rational nor justified. Citron may be right to cite some concerns, but to rip the company completely, that strikes me as well overdone.
    11 Mar, 04:23 PM Reply Like
  • Gary Blevins
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    Best to send a note to CNBC and call the SEC I did he's done this before and got fined big time
    11 Mar, 10:36 PM Reply Like
  • Weighing Machine
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    Hi SEC, Yeah this is SA reader Gary B. Citron published a bunch of facts about a fradulent garbage company that I own because I don't know what I'm doing and now my stock is down and I can't feed my kids. Can you fine Citron? Thanks.
    12 Mar, 01:57 AM Reply Like
  • loveingit
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    citron is a short seller trying to lower the price so he can get in on the wave. The volume is still there i see this coming back up. Not as strong as before or as quick but it will go. 2014 result will be the tell all
    11 Mar, 04:23 PM Reply Like
  • alexhamzy
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    Where is the FED. they should investigate Citron for inside information.
    11 Mar, 04:34 PM Reply Like
  • Continental Kid
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    The FED....?.....you should invest in mutual funds if you think this is responsibility of the FED
    11 Mar, 09:42 PM Reply Like
  • Weighing Machine
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    I'd say 70% of the people on this board should be indexing.
    12 Mar, 01:58 AM Reply Like
  • Continental Kid
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    No way on earth this stocked earned the rip up in price it got in the last 3 months....this stock dilutes at will and has never made a profit...traders certainly have made money and the pump up on this was certainly one for the record books...amazing how most the PLUG bulls commenting here are mostly 50 comments or less...had many friends at work who made small fortunes on this...most left at 4 bucks..buying at under a dollar a lot of them..happy for them..but it is buyer beware....
    11 Mar, 04:41 PM Reply Like
  • t time
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    I am a little bit upset about this - and I agree the Citron piece was ridiculous. Investment is not always about present value but future potential (see comment I made earlier today). I invested in PLUG back in January at a couple of bucks/share because I believed they were moving toward profitability and might have a pretty good year. I didn't see the big bubble coming or the wal-mart announcements, etc., which ballooned the stock - but all the hype started to make me nervous and I put a trialing stop on the stock just after seeing this report today - sure enough, in only 1 hour it was triggered and now it is all gone. Yes, I saved my profits, but for what? I was long on the stock and unlikely to get it that cheap again... Not sure I have the stomach for all of this - for that matter I have more fun in the casino....
    11 Mar, 04:42 PM Reply Like
  • baozebub
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    Why are you upset? That run up made you some money.

     

    I bought all 3 (BLDP, FCEL, and PLUG). I sold all for a profit this morning after PLUG dipped to less than 11. The whole time, I knew that none of them were worth what I paid, and it was just a matter of finding someone else to pay me more.

     

    Then I got a bit brave and shorted BLDP at lunch time when I saw that PLUG was down over 30%. Made 1200 bucks in 20 minutes.

     

    It was all a bubble for me, and I profited. Maybe when you bought it wasn't a bubble. But if you sold during the bubble, then put some money into your retirement account and have a nice dinner tonight.
    11 Mar, 05:36 PM Reply Like
  • rjj1960
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    Glad I didn't get sucked into the Wall Street scam game on this stuff. TSLA is next.
    11 Mar, 04:44 PM Reply Like
  • BuyToSell
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    Investors are like rabbits - they run for cover in a strong breeze. Citron figured this out: they know they can scare people out of their shares by just saying 'boo!'

     

    I've seen them do it to a lot of stocks. Their motive is to short the stock and they have a successful track record of that. They don't even have to be right - just scare people into selling, drop the price, and cover a short.

     

    Their CEO has been convicted of fraud on multiple occasions but most investors sell first and ask questions later. Even the ones who question have to sell, too, or they will get shafted, since everyone else is selling.

     

    I wonder if I'm in the wrong business: writing scare pieces seems to be very lucrative.
    11 Mar, 04:46 PM Reply Like
  • RASTA
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    Citron came up with .5 by averaging what PLUG "secondaried" over the past" 50 "years. He did scare the heck out of most-but I too believe in long term story.Rasta
    11 Mar, 04:53 PM Reply Like
  • Alphadogspartan
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    Another bs report. Fuel cells are the future
    11 Mar, 05:00 PM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
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    I'm thinking about a short position on Phot can citron please analyze (phot) next lol I was waiting for a pullback to by more shares of Plug... guess I should be careful what I wish for..
    11 Mar, 05:38 PM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
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    Has the CEO of citron been convicted of multiple fraud charges.. If that's true then citron is pretty greezy
    11 Mar, 05:58 PM Reply Like
  • jimguy05
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    Citron is always negitive and they usually hold a big short position in a stock they write about.
    11 Mar, 06:12 PM Reply Like
  • DOM112
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    It was a bubble; Citron was the pin that burst the crazy ride up. 239 millions shares were traded today, which is nearly 8 times average volume. Speculators drove this stock up, tool their profits, and let it fall mercilessly.
    11 Mar, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • DFW_to_PHX
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    I sold all $PLUG , but kept my $FCEL ... I am thinking this is great opportunity to buy more $FCEL!
    11 Mar, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • p14756
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    Isn't Mr Left the same guy who has had a couple issues since the 1990;s with fraud at a couple companies and now runs a little one man show called citron and can show up at CNBC as a reputable trader to advance his short position. I'm not saying he is. That is my legal disclaimer that all the stuff out there may be completely false. But there is a lot of interesting info out. Carl Icahn needs to look at CNBC for his next corporate governance tirade
    11 Mar, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • Jam3s
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    Tax benefit for renewable energy will disappear...

     

    It's like solar panels back in the days. Back in 2004, the government was so generous to hand out grants to everyone purchasing this pollution-free energy.
    Today, we all have to pay them ourselves...

     

    Same goes now with fuel-cells. All these multinationals are taking advantage of the tax benefit while they still can.

     

    Sooner or later, it'll all disappear and this renewable energy stock becomes unplayable, both the multinationals and government.

     

    I don't believe the stock will die - look at fuel cell energy inc. - since the government will support pollution-free energy sources.
    11 Mar, 06:14 PM Reply Like
  • dchang59
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    We all know, "what goes up must come down!". Too bad I couldn't enjoy one more dollar...
    11 Mar, 06:14 PM Reply Like
  • Gary Blevins
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    Just sent a note to CNBC to voice my disguise for having Andrew Left on their program. If you google him you might find out why. Maybe the SEC is wrong about him! I don't think so!!!!
    11 Mar, 06:14 PM Reply Like
  • brandondelbosque1@yahoo.com
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    I'm happy that this happened today. It was suppose to start out as a correction and now it turned out to be a major pull back. Like I will always say, I love when people like Andrew Left come out with a bunch of crap. Just like I found out that he has been in all kinds of lawsuits. He is always in the midst of short selling some high momentum stocks.
    11 Mar, 06:47 PM Reply Like
  • ksteiner
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    Man I don't know about these lemming investors regardless
    of the clowns (Citron) that published the report.
    11 Mar, 07:30 PM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
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    Andrew left will short and bad mouth the wrong stock some day and the wrong person is going to lose a lot of money...
    11 Mar, 07:52 PM Reply Like
  • brandondelbosque1@yahoo.com
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    I just lost a whole lot of money, but you know what, Citron can talk he wants. He just gave the break that I have been waiting for, I bought 500,000 more shares at 6.20 so like I said, I hope he enjoys the ride that is about to take place.
    11 Mar, 08:56 PM Reply Like
  • crorec
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    That's some big cheeba to invest in $PLUG Good Luck with that, I was in earlier at 3.75, company is less than an hour from me in Latham,NY they had to sell their building for capital and now lease it back. I would avoid this stock in the future and have since sold my stake.
    12 Mar, 06:34 AM Reply Like
  • C.N
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    got in at 1.5, sold out at 4.5, In a bull market, they all go up and we all look like know-how traders. I know for sure that I am not this good to be pulling in 200% return over few weeks, happy with the 100k.
    11 Mar, 08:20 PM Reply Like
  • STF22
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    I bought plug at 30 cents and sold it fully valued at 50 cents and thought I got lucky that I made cash before they went insolvent. I'm not sure if it makes me feel any better about not making 10 times more or not ; )

     

    If the company has any value it is going to be at buyout price for their patents , ip and small established sale network.

     

    They have a good product conceptually but they're far to under-capitalized to make it as a going concern (but maybe with this run up and some stock issuance they would have enough.. if the price holds lol).

     

    They haven't shown any particular knack or experience at the nitty gritty of industrial production and quality controls etc either. Good enough and innovative product that they do keep iterating on and seem to have good employees interfacing with their customers to understand needs (no one is perfect but they're doing it well in many instances).

     

    I don't know why no industrial conglomerate stepped to the plate when the investors with controlling like interests wanted to exit.

     

    I have to think that, the industrial companies looked at what sorts of investment and margins it would take to create a large enough free standing unit and passed ...maybe even if they were using figures that assumed every forklift sold in the world chose plug tech?
    11 Mar, 08:22 PM Reply Like
  • C.N
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    FCEL margin requirement went up from 50 to 100% today, ETrade.
    11 Mar, 08:31 PM Reply Like
  • Bigfloridafish
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    Made good money on Plug sold the last bit @ 6.50 still worth keeping on the radar not sure about the .50 value. Still holding Fcel at a profit they will be ok. Alot of end of quarter profit taking in a lot of these stocks today.
    11 Mar, 08:43 PM Reply Like
  • ddunn1949
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    cnbc started this at around 6.5 or 7 when they has exe from plug on 2 days ago
    11 Mar, 09:20 PM Reply Like
  • brandondelbosque1@yahoo.com
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    I can't believe that people are taking advice from a man that pays almost $50,000.00 a month in alimony and child support all because he couldn't keep his act together. Not to mention according to wiki he has more then just those problems in his career. Everyone take a look.

     

    In 1998, Left was found by the National Futures Association to have “made false and misleading statements to cheat, defraud or deceive a customer", and disbarred for three years.[127]
    In 2002, his then employer Detour Media sued Left for "fraud and deceit, negligent misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty and unlawful monetary conversion".[128] He was ordered to pay $26,445.62 compensation.[129]
    In 2010, Left was briefly arrested in Florida in relation to a petty[clarification needed] dispute with a drycleaner. The charges were subsequently dropped.[130]

     

    To remind you, this is what I found in public record. So if andrew left has a problem with what I post, well to bad because this is facts.
    11 Mar, 09:43 PM Reply Like
  • Amatot
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    striate from Citron web site
    Disclaimer:
    Citron does not guarantee in any way that it is providing all of the information that may be available. We recommend that you do your own due diligence before buying or selling any security. At any times the principals of Citron might hold a position in any of the securities profiled on the site. Citron will not report when a position is initiated or covered. Each investor must make that decision based on his/her judgment of the market.
    11 Mar, 11:30 PM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
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    That's funny, scum like Andrew west don't care about comments.. He likes making money.. He's the only author that doesn't respond after his analysis
    11 Mar, 11:51 PM Reply Like
  • crorec
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    Not True, Fraud Research Institute another Short seller doesn't respond either, he is alleged to be Tom McCarthy and his name says it all FRAUD!
    12 Mar, 06:39 AM Reply Like
  • PU600
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    $PLUG - Is it legal for an analyst to slam a company so negatively especially throuh a world-wide live broadcaster? Will SEC look into this? It is really not joking business when $0.50 was quoted by someone on air when the stock was trading at $11 something. How could a person with past not so good record be invited to slam a company on air???!!!
    11 Mar, 11:57 PM Reply Like
  • brandondelbosque1@yahoo.com
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    the way that they look at it, is that it his opinion, but if he did it for beneficial gains, he could get into trouble. You are not allowed to manipulate the market in any way, but it happens everyday and the SEC just doesn't have the man power nor the time I suppose. Look at what Bill Ackman wants to try and do to Herbal Life. Trying to get politics involved in making the stock price drop down. That should go to show you how desperate he is. Daddy can't afford to cover his sell shorts. LOL
    12 Mar, 12:11 AM Reply Like
  • Randal James
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    PU600

     

    I don't watch CNBC these days but I've seen Cramer's show in the past. Would you wonder if it was legal to promote a stock you owned with one of his "Back up the truck!" comments? Do you feel different when he hits a button and the result is "Sellsellsell!"?

     

    All day long we are exposed to tidbits of information we can filter into investment decisions. Tonight my GF noticed a nicely done ad for Fred Meyer, which is a grocery chain in the Kroger stable. FM also sells clothes, jewelry - sort of like a Walmart but more upscale. I made a note to put them on my list. I probably read at least 50 articles here daily and follow along through newspapers and magazines.

     

    Anyone can say whatever they wish and it is my (yours too!) job to filter that info as cleanly as possible. Herbalife is a good example because hardly anyone is neutral on the company's business practices. It doesn't tell me that it is good or bad, but it does put up a big caution flag because the detractors could be right. Shorts are often onto something and while short squeezes do happen, the tears fall more often on the longs' side of the fence.

     

    On a day like today, where some lost a little or a lot of money on these various companies, what you must do is examine the argument. This deal with WM was going to be huge, remember the implications? But what if it is not? Because while this seemed to be the moment of emerging from the shadows into widespread adoption, if this really is not, then the run up was a mirage. Holding might be just another invitation to get diluted - again.

     

    But if your gut (involve brain as well) says this was an unfounded dig at a company truly ready to perform, then hold or even take this rare op to reload. But if you take this path, much like Herbalife, you've been warned that there COULD be problems ahead. Either set your stops or keep your trigger nearby.

     

    Back when California had rolling blackouts and shortages of electricity (2000-2001) I invested in some or all of these. They were hardly selling anything and losing money but the future was soooooo bright. Here we are a dozen years later and they have made progress but hardly become household names. I was in the stocks and the concept, then bored and out.

     

    My reading today, perhaps clouded by past experience, says to stay away. Passionate longs may disagree and that is as it should be. Markets are made of people who want to own shares and those who do not. But don't be bummed about a guest saying bad things about your stock. Your options are buy, sell, hold. Whine, sadly, doesn't work.
    12 Mar, 02:16 AM Reply Like
  • jsIRA
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    Citron made 50% gain in one day. The stock is due to have a pull back no matter the report or not.

     

    The report just added the selling pressure.

     

    Perfect timing.

     

    He may have already covered his (hedge fund as well) positions or tomorrow.
    12 Mar, 12:15 AM Reply Like
  • RichDaniel
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    why the Andrew Left has so much power can let price down so much
    12 Mar, 03:29 AM Reply Like
  • chollangi
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    Is Andrew Left, the guy who created Citron Research's report?

     

    see link: Fraud, Fraud, Fraud
    http://prn.to/1cwrM0i

     

    Very sad.
    12 Mar, 03:40 AM Reply Like
  • User 509088
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    chollangi- thx for the link. impressive resume this mr. left has.
    12 Mar, 06:45 AM Reply Like
  • chasing money
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    People let all keep one thing in mind, there's still a deal on the table between Walmart and Plug. Walmart is the world's leading retailer. With plug selling new technology in which will save an industry giant as such as Walmart money at a production level, gives Plug WOLRDWIDE exposure to all other manufacturing companies, who is looking to cut costs, and to gain an edge on production.

     

    With this type of exposure with brand new technology " the sky is the limit" ; the stock is not OVER valued, it is way UNDER valued, and was moving along as it should have been!!!
    Fuel cells are the future, the stage is ENORMOUS. And with this deal from Walmart, you can bet your last penny that there will be other major companies interested in Plug

     

    As for Citron and anyone else who has an influence on the market, writing negative material about this company, needs to be investigated by the SEC to see if they had shares, and intentionally defamed this company for personal gains.
    12 Mar, 03:41 AM Reply Like
  • crorec
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    Put your money into $HYSR not all the Drama of $PLUG get in now!
    12 Mar, 06:42 AM Reply Like
  • Tor@byte-it.no
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    If Citron's analysis of Plug is correct, why haven't Plug directors sold their positions long ago? If we can trust information at Insidertrading.org it looks like Plug directors likes to increase their share positions. That leave me with 2 questions. Are the Plug directors completely stupid or do they know something about the company's near and longterm future that give them confidence in buying more stocks in their company?
    Check and see for yourself:
    http://bit.ly/1cwvsiI;submit=+GO+
    12 Mar, 04:08 AM Reply Like
  • User 509088
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    does this guy like oil power maybe? lots of those burned by past routs out there who hate fuel cells for their own errors in the past.

     

    fc's were all due for a trim. just like they were WAY overdue for the run they've had.

     

    I'm pro fuel cell, anti stock pumper. and I must say there's been an awful strong effort to discredit the companies and the tech since the first time they crashed back in the day. you could argue the hard sell when they came out, leading to the crash they had, was part of that same destabilisation campaign.

     

    you could say that ford and the other automakers crashed from much farther and hurt way more people than the spec fuel cell stocks, but the fc stocks have been police taped while people have been encouraged to buy into automakers or airlines.

     

    sheerly incredjibul.

     

    oh. and enough whining about commentary which is obviously addressing real concerns. this isn't some corporation where everyone has to agree with the boss.

     

    now, do they go back up or do they continue going down?
    12 Mar, 06:36 AM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
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    I'm not going to run just because some notoriously seedy short seller yells fire in crowded theater.. I just bought some more popcorn(500shares) and am going to sit down and watch rest of movie.. I believe in plug and the fuel cell industry, that's why I bought in the first place
    12 Mar, 08:11 AM Reply Like
  • GameKing13
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    Cactus: good for you! Me too. Bought at the close yesterday at 5.99

     

    Thank g-d it's up again
    12 Mar, 09:58 AM Reply Like
  • cactus jack 65
    , contributor
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    Andrew short questioning the honesty of Plugs CEO is like the pot calling the kettle black...
    12 Mar, 04:45 PM Reply Like
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