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  • Is Vanguard Wellesley Income The Only Retirement Fund You Need? [View article]
    EGARYE, this is my take as well with regards to bonds. It seems inflation is a risk for any income investment as well, but the security of bonds has its place in one's portfolio.
    Mar 3, 2015. 05:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Vanguard Wellesley Income The Only Retirement Fund You Need? [View article]
    Same to you oil! Keystone will happen in 2017.
    Feb 27, 2015. 10:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Vanguard Wellesley Income The Only Retirement Fund You Need? [View article]
    Thanks for the clarification (for me.)
    Feb 27, 2015. 08:39 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Vanguard Wellesley Income The Only Retirement Fund You Need? [View article]
    For me, as a student of Bill O'Neil's CANSLIM "How to make money in Stocks," IBD reader, as long as I am willing to manage my portfolio on a daily basis, U.S. Growth stocks seem to be the best choice for my retirement needs. But I was a Johnny come lately to investing for retirement so I need to catch up, which means I am willing to take more risk. The Vanguard fund appears to be a good choice for the retiree who checks his portfolio once a week. I like simple and John Bogle is the master of index funds.
    Feb 26, 2015. 08:34 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • CyberArk Software: A Bubble Ready To Burst? [View article]
    Bill, I would like to have read about the software differences between some of these companies on the high and low end of your scale. Everything I have read about CYBR is that their software is cutting edge and proprietary. This may have something to do with its popularity. Time will tell if the institutional mutual fund managers jump on board. That's what I will wait to see. A similar IPO that ran up then fell is KITE and JUNO. I bought both after the fall and so far so good. Regardless, IPOs are risky business. Good article.
    Feb 20, 2015. 07:35 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Claims Victory With 3 Purchase Orders [View article]
    You are basically calling Mr. Killion a liar and a fraud. I believe him, Kodak, Intel, and Michael Dell over you and Obammy.
    Nov 16, 2013. 08:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Claims Victory With 3 Purchase Orders [View article]
    The question for me is who do I trust? Reed Killion or Richard X Roe? Who is intentionally telling "Obama" whoppers?
    Nov 14, 2013. 05:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel Claims Victory With 3 Purchase Orders [View article]
    Chris, as a "late to the party" investor in life, I for one want to encourage you to keeping the record straight on UNXL. It was your research and informative articles that led me to take a substantial position only one day before the price crashed. That in itself was a lesson learned in the hard ball tactics of short manipulation of the market. Nevertheless, based on the soundness of your previous articles I took another long position at the bottom of the current cup and look forward to 2014 as this company's business plan matures and sprouts. Stay the course and keep the truth of the matter on the front burner.
    Nov 10, 2013. 02:52 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Obstacles To UniPixel's Production And Shipments [View article]
    It is the connection with Dell that is going to send this stock to the moon.
    Nov 7, 2013. 06:00 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel - Progressing Into The Redzone [View article]
    Nicely done objective piece Graycell . . . your point about "no news is good news" is salient in the high altitude view of this stock. I worry when a company is constantly blowing its own horn in an attempt to drive stock prices higher. UNXL has never done this. They just quietly go about their business, executing their business plan, and report the facts as they unfold each quarter. I had the unfortunate misfortune of taking a large position the day before the stock took a nosedive. But I jumped in with both eyes open after several weeks of DD. Very few investors could have known about that precipitous fall. Nevertheless, I have had the good sense to buy another large position at the bottom of the cup, and am now enjoying watching this stock base then climb up the right side of the cup. Your article reinforces my reasoning to stick with this winner. This stock is acting now, just like it did back in February when it made its first big run up. Patience is the key as the greatest investors have said.
    Sep 17, 2013. 12:40 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel May Be Mounting A Comeback [View article]
    This stock is acting just like a good, predictable stock should. Low volume, building its base on the right side of cup . . . institutional investors adding systematically to their positions as the shorts jump ship . . . zero "pump" news from a confident ownership group . . . just steady upward momentum. Once this stock reaches $40 again there will be a predictable sell-off (handle to the cup) as relieved long investors take sell their shares to break even, then the real break out will occur as the institutional investors begin scrambling for the left overs.
    Aug 27, 2013. 04:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel May Be Mounting A Comeback [View article]
    Richard, your response makes no since.

    Your claim that the two Kodak/Kingsbury videos prove indicate that Kodak is eschewing Uni-Pixel's copper mesh for Kingsbury's silver mesh is simply not objectively supported.

    One of the accompanying articles explicitly says that Kodak is partnering with Uni-Pixel to manufacture the copper mesh touch screen.

    Correct me if my understanding of your position is inaccurate. I understand you to be claiming that Kodak tested the Uni-Pixel copper mesh screen, and determining the Uni-Pixel Uniboss technology is a failure, then fired Uni-Pixel and hired Kingsbury to produce the silver mesh screen. Is that what you are claiming those two videos prove?
    Aug 9, 2013. 03:48 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel May Be Mounting A Comeback [View article]
    Richard, I watched both videos and read the articles. There was noting mentioned about Kodak choosing exclusively Kingsbury silver halide over UNXL's copper plate. The CEO of Kingsbury explicitly said that in a $150 billion market, manufacturers want multiple suppliers of touch screens and Kingsbury hopes to be one of many suppliers. Here's what the article, to which you linked, did say:


    "Kodak’s expertise and resources for making film naturally gives it a leg up on producing the flexible substrate with a nearly invisible metal mesh “printed” on the surface.

    That led to an announcement in April that Kodak and UniPixel Inc. agreed to manufacture touch sensors in Eastman Business Park. The $24 million plant is now under construction in Building 326 at the Park."
    Aug 8, 2013. 09:18 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Uni-Pixel: Convincing The Kibitzers A Short Squeeze Is On The Horizon [View article]
    I just wanted to freshen this article with some observations:
    1. The last option Friday came and went without fanfare. Good!
    2. There have been no new articles or comments on any of the standing articles in weeks. Good!
    3. UNXL continues to base at the bottom of its cup in low volume. Good!
    4. No outlandish statements from UNXL headquarters. Good!
    5. This is the time to load up on Jan 15 options. Good!

    I plan on having a smile a mile wide next year when this stock is soaring.
    Jul 25, 2013. 08:27 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ocwen Financial: This "10 Bagger" Could Double Again [View article]
    Well so much for the last major pullback. Had to sell again, and a substantial loss (7.5%) I'm done with OCN et al.
    Jun 26, 2013. 07:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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