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  • Apple's Plan To 'Take By Storm' The Smartphone Market In 2014 Materializes [View article]
    What about demand for a phone that has expandable memory and a real USB port. My 16g iPhone phone quickly filled up with OS upgrades, photos and apps. Now I am unhappily locked into another year of my two year contract. USB functionality on iPhone and iPad would allow a host of devices to be connected including printers and scanners more easily .
    Apr 13 05:50 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Neuralstem And Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics: The Race To Treat ALS [View article]
    BCLI has appeal to those investors who consider the ethics of the use of embryonic stem cells. If adult stem cells are not viable then BCLI offers an alternative with bone marrow progenitor cells.
    Mar 14 09:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. Dividends and the Capital Gains Tax Rate Since 1961 [View article]
    if tax rates for dividends go higher than capital gains, wouldnt it make sense to have good growth stocks outside ira's?
    Dec 30 11:49 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Reuters Agrees: The Next iPhone Will Be Larger [View article]
    larger iphone screen is better for those of us over 40 with challenged vision and who don't want to carry an ipad in a fanny pak everywhere to browse online!
    May 17 02:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Electric Beats Natural Gas Vehicles: It's All About The Re-Fueling Network [View article]
    I agree that its hard to approve new nuclear plants and finding waste sites for uranium is hard although safer designs are on the way that would not repeat what happened in Japan, with carbon type spheres mixed with uranium spheres in the main reactor. The EPA now has blocked further coal fired plants. The electric grid is still mostly coal related, so using an electric car actually pollutes the environment. Electric car batteries add 10K to the cost of a car, have to eventually be replaced affecting resale value, and batteries are toxic for the environment and recycling is an issue. With new nuclear plants slow to open, and a moratorium on coal power, natural gas will certainly power utilites in the future, and certainly will be low cost for trucks and vehicles since we now have 300 years of natural gas reserves.
    Solar and wind are still too expensive for the grid. Natural gas has to be at least the next bridge fuel for cars and utilities.
    May 11 12:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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