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  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    Right and my comments about Facebook being a great company to invest in were disinformation too. Nobody believed me when I said Facebook was going to do great last year. Damn I am just not going on stock boards anymore.
    Mar 14, 2014. 03:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    I am done. I can't argue with people on Seeking Alpha. They are all dumb as ****. When Facebook was $45 last year, I said it's a great company and I believe its stock is going to shine. I *** got attacked by everyone. You can check out my old comments. What a bunch of *****s. I will never say another word on SA again. Just a ****ing waste of my time.
    Mar 14, 2014. 02:20 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    For heaven's sake, just watch the **** video first. I didn't think PLUG is a good stock to invest in but watching the video made me change my mind.
    Mar 14, 2014. 02:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    Don't lecture like you are a professor. Plug's management said yesterday that it will have positive profit in Q3 when it released earnings. Don't you even read the report? How the **** are you qualified to write an article about PLUG when you have no **** clue what's going with the company. I hate people like you who lecture everyone like they know everything but they are dumb as ****.
    Mar 14, 2014. 02:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    Whatever. Walmart is one of the largest companies in the world. One Walmart equals 50000 smaller companies. Plus, PLUG was on the verge of bankruptcy just last year. To go from zero to what it is today implies great upside for the stock.
    Mar 14, 2014. 02:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Requiem For Plug-Mania [View article]
    PLUG is a legitimate company with great long run potential. You should all watch PLUG CEO Andy Marsh's recent interview on CNBC, it explains PLUG's business model very well. Hydrogen fuel cells have an advantage compared to traditional batteries in the fork lift business, and a lot of Fortune 500 companies like Walmart and Fedex have signed deals with PLUG. Fuel cells can boost the range of Fedex vehicles from 80 to 160 miles. They will ahieve positive profit in Q3 of this year. It's a turnaround story!
    http://cnb.cx/1kCMGxD
    Mar 14, 2014. 01:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Plug Power: Setting Straight Some Harsh Words [View article]
    PLUG is a legitimate company with great long run potential. You should all watch PLUG CEO Andy Marsh's recent interview on CNBC, it explains PLUG's business model very well. Hydrogen fuel cells have an advantage compared to traditional batteries in the fork lift business, and a lot of Fortune 500 companies like Walmart and Fedex have signed deals with PLUG. Fuel cells can boost the range of Fedex vehicles from 80 to 160 miles. They will ahieve positive profit in Q3 of this year. It's a turnaround story!
    http://cnb.cx/1kCMGxD
    Mar 14, 2014. 01:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Plug Power: Irrational Exuberance To End In Ruin [View article]
    PLUG is a legitimate company with great long run potential. You should all watch PLUG CEO Andy Marsh's recent interview on CNBC, it explains PLUG's business model very well. Hydrogen fuel cells have an advantage compared to traditional batteries in the fork lift business, and a lot of Fortune 500 companies like Walmart and Fedex have signed deals with PLUG. They will achieve positive profit in Q3 of this year. It's a turnaround story!
    http://cnb.cx/1kCMGxD
    Mar 14, 2014. 01:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mitek Systems Revisited [View article]
    Revenue is 3 million and it's partnering wit 300+ institutions. That means that average revenue per institution is less than 10k. Why is the revenue so low? Is Mitek expected to significantly grow revenues in the future or will revenue remain stagnant?
    Jan 14, 2014. 10:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    If you were actually successful and ran a hedge fund or desk at a bank you wouldn't have the time to write such long-winded articles on Seeking Alpha and you'd have someone else do all these mindnumbing calculations. And you wouldn't have the time to reply to every comment on this article. People who write articles on SA are people who either can't make money or analysts paid by banks to prop up the stocks of their clients (or short their competitors'). If you look at the track record of most of these "seasoned" investors on SA you'd be lucky to get 10% accuracy.
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    Let me ask you, how often do financial crises of this magnitude occur?
    Look at the bull run that lasted for 20 years from 1980-2000. History is just history it will not predict the future. "You never cross the same river twice" The universe is constant fluctuation. Some people are quite scared that hyperinflation in the 1970's will occur again. Well, back then there was an oil embargo leading to huge spike in oil prices which will never happen again because we have fracking now. Also we have China and all these other countries supplying cheap goods to us so there will never be domestic inflation. We just buy goods from other countries. Point is, Facebook didn't have the same earnings then as it does now. So what you are saying is like saying Google should be trading at $30 because once upon a time they had very little earnings therefore if you compute a P/E using past earnings and current price their stock is overvalued which is laughable. Facebook had negative earnings in the IPO period therefore its $40 valuation was not sustainable but its earnings have improved dramatically since then.
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    Yeah well you're running out of things to say now what's next? Rumours that Zuckerberg has cancer?Alien invasion of FB headquarters? Fact is, FB has a de facto monopoly on social media by virtue of its superior service and the network effect. FB;s been in existence for 10 years and nothing of the sort you suggest has happened. You are confusing what's probable with what's likely. Sure anything can happen. What you are saying sounds to me like "the sky is falling". In Wall Street, you don't see the yachts of short sellers.

    In downturns FB is still better than other stocks out there.
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    Yeah well if you still think FB is not a good investment at this point then I am at a loss for what to say to you. I suppose if we all have common sense then there'd be no room to make profits in the markets. Somebody like you have to lose so that others can make money. Facebook is nothing like Potbelly or Sodastream it has much better potential than those stocks. Those companies have to manufacture the goods which limit their margins. Facebook is virtual. Sodastream and Potbelly make substitutable goods. You can always go to another restaurant or buy Coke. Facebook has a MONOPOLY on social media. People aren't gonna switch over to another site. Get it? If you'd taken Economics 101 you'd understand. Norwegian Cruiselines is not only substituable it's also income dependent. People arent' gonna splurge on cruises in downturns. Facebook will make money in economic downturns upturns or whatever because it provides an essential service-it allows us to stay close to our friends and for humans companionship is as essential as food and water
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:12 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    By the way I already made more money than you on FB
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook Has Blowout Q3, But Call Spooks Investors [View article]
    "I'd rather be approximately right than precisely wrong" You're missing the big picture here. You want the details fine. Look at Long Term Capital Trading they thought they could arbitrage their way to millions. Money isn't made by people who think that the they can use some inaccurate models to predict the future. It's made by people with common sense and who can think.
    Oct 31, 2013. 04:03 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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