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  • Ur-Energy: This High-Potential $1 Stock Is Like Buying An Option On Uranium That Could Pay Off Big [View article]
    Most reactors currently planned are in the Asian region, with fast-growing economies and rapidly-rising electricity demand according to the World Nuclear Association.

    Many countries with existing nuclear power programs (Argentina, Armenia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Rep., France, India, Pakistan, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, South Korea, South Africa, Ukraine, UK, USA) have plans to build new power reactors (beyond those now under construction).

    http://bit.ly/1rTZYX9

    It appears that at current depressed levels uranium (URG and several others) have only one way to go. It's just a question of when and by how much the slope increases over any particular time span.
    Jul 1 12:31 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • First patient treated with Cesitrex [View news story]
    Same here.
    Jun 24 12:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Unprepared To Pay Billions, Outlook Dark For Shareholders [View article]
    A hiccup on Monday - back to the gradual upward climb Tuesday. Seems everyone has already factored in everything presented here, and more. Looks like the big bomb just fizzled. BAC traders and investors are probably a bit more savvy and diligent than those in the buck and less pot parade.

    No BAC but watching out of the corner of my eye, so to speak.
    Jun 18 03:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Prospect Capital Corp.'s Dividend And Net Asset Value Sustainability Analysis (Post Fiscal Q3 2014 Earnings) - Part 1 [View article]
    I too appreciate all the DD, insight and wisdom Scott provides. Thank you, Mr. Kennedy.
    Jun 18 01:04 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Female Health Company: Highly Profitable With A Massive Moat Selling On The Cheap [View article]
    Does this information in Slate the other day not have any bearing on FHCO?

    "Last November, the Gates Foundation announced that it was awarding $100,000 in funding to 11 inventors working to design a next-generation condom that “significantly preserves or enhances pleasure” for its wearers. Last week, the foundation announced 11 more grantees, four of whom are working to build a better female condom. “The only available female condom has not been widely accepted partly because it is difficult to position, conspicuous, reduces sensation, and can make sounds during use,” the foundation reported in its announcement. One grantee plans to counter popular opinion with a design that’s “inflated and positioned using air pressure” to provide additional stimulation. Another will crib from tampon design to make for a simpler and more comfortable insertion process. Indiana University researchers propose a model that’s more “attentive to vulvar and vaginal anatomy,” which will “enhance sexual pleasure for both partners,” and has “physical features promoting ease of application—even in the dark.” And Resnic, the inventor behind a condom company called Origami, will develop “a soft, pliant silicone” condom that’s “designed to improve pleasure and safety for both vaginal and anal intercourse” by creating a more fluid barrier between moving parts. (In addition to improving on the female condom experience, Resnic hopes his product will become the first condom to be approved by the FDA for anal sex.)"

    All it takes is one of them to have a serious impact on FHCO's apple cart.
    Jun 13 05:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • An Opportunity With Indirect Investment In The Cannabis Industry [View article]
    Big tobacco is no doubt trying to figure out how to enter the market and navigate this risky new venture. Would they be able to bring product across state lines to processing facilities or would new infrastructure in friendly states have to be built? Marketing and distribution? How will they handle the medical aspects? R&D? With the uncertainty and risk of roadblocks, bureaucratic red tape...

    There are a LOT of issues that the corporate attorneys will have to sign off on and all the CYA language will have to be spelled out, all with no case history for guidance. I just think big tobacco will be playing it very cautious and "close to the vest" for the next couple of years.

    The real gorilla in the room may very well turn out to be the native American reservations. They too make cigarettes and would be more likely to make a collective deal with the feds on their own and have a leg up on their competition.
    Jun 7 10:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife: Derivative Liabilities, High Dilution And Possible Bankruptcy [View article]
    Why can't they bank offshore, insure with Lloyds... there's always a way to conduct business. You don't think there are some pretty sharp financial and legal wizards sorting out all sorts of loopholes or proposed legal changes, and maybe didn't just now start doing so? I can't believe a bunch of options aren't continually being explored. I have to think these people are in it to prosper not just see how long they can keep their noses above water.
    May 28 10:31 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    The federal government has been growing, researching, testing and giving marijuana (Cultivated at Ole' Miss) to certain medically approved patients since 1968. And if there was an agenda to demonize it, where's all the negative data? Almost half a century and still can't come up with any significantly adverse findings.
    May 18 06:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growlife Inc.: 3 Assumptions To Rethink [View article]
    Around here they buy entire houses and rig them to grow year round. When they get busted it's just part of the cost of doing business. And it keeps on happening over and over. Flawed logic.
    May 16 09:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The $15 Price Target For AMD For 2016 Is Realistic - It's Based On Historical Performance [View article]
    Try to take the black & white sketch and add a little color - make something seem a little more common and easier to relate to with a dash of levity and what do you get? Maybe asH9 would have preferred something of the hackneyed "lipstick on a pig" variety.
    May 13 05:17 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The $15 Price Target For AMD For 2016 Is Realistic - It's Based On Historical Performance [View article]
    My 18 year old daughter had no problem with the "cute analogy". Anyone too sensitive to get the point must have deeper problems?
    May 13 12:35 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    Tri, it is really weak to split hairs and think there's some difference between what you put in the main body of your so called "article" and what you say in response to other commenters.

    Sure, you're entitled to your opinions like everybody else. But an objective journalist or analyst needs to admit to their errors.
    May 11 04:14 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    Um, the DEA can't prosecute anybody. They do their thing and present their case to the US Attorney who decides if its worth prosecuting. If Eric Holder tells them not to sweat the small stuff the case is dropped. And the head of the DEA wants to have good looking numbers so agents would be directed to go after traffickers, and criminals and not beat their heads against brick walls for small potatoes at best.

    I sat on a jury in a federal drug case that the US Attorney prosecuted. DEA tried to paint the elderly Cuban from Miami as some big time dealer coming to dump his coke across the state in Naples. They didn't nab anybody else, it wasn't his car and their surveillance video went to snow before showing anything incriminating.

    We hung 11-1 and the US Attorney declined to refile charges. That kind of wasted time, effort, energy, resources, money... is rampant in our government.

    Sorry, Tri. Nice try. But your argument becomes weaker the more you touch your keyboard.
    May 11 03:48 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    Eight ball or crystal ball? I reread that several times and still keep wondering if I missed something. Tri, you need to get off this DEA is going to be busting everybody and their grandmother fixation. Your inability to incorporate reason, logic and common sense in your argument and amateurish misuse of a common analogy reflect poorly on your diminishing credibility.
    May 8 11:30 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Growing Marijuana Is Still Illegal For Growlife Inc. And Other Pot Stocks [View article]
    The "people holding the votes" are increasingly coming around to discussing the issue in an intelligent manner with scientific, medical, social and economic authorities. Which party has a platform plank involving hemp. None. It's almost as though they don't care. Immigration, national security, jobs, Russia, the economy... The people I know who vote expect their representatives to focus on the important issues over the inane. The movement is nothing less than a groundswell. Two years from now the politicians will be arguing with each other about who was first to jump on the bandwagon.
    May 8 12:33 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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