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  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    "#5 is not occurring until well into 2012. "

    I can not agree with your statement. The timeline might be true. It might not. The company has exactly the same potential to raise money as it had last month. It has more potential to raise money than last year. The new potential markets, the extreme size of some of the markets, and the fact that the PbC seems to be coming in at a low retail price, increases the potential to raise money early into 2012, not late.
    But things do happen on their own time in their own way.
    Dec 19 11:02 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    Maya,
    All documents are forwarded. Enjoy your remodeling project.
    Some day I would love to hear how far the actual cost came from the initial bids?
    Dec 19 08:19 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    HTL,
    I don't follow capstone but i have lived through the hell of mismanagement, lying, and misinformation that unscrupulous management can muster. It is never a good thing for the stock price. If you truly feel this is happening protect yourself. No one else will do it for you.
    Dec 19 07:57 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    HMMM,
    That sounds suspiciously like a $500,000 PowerCube. Nope, that can not be. Lithium is the best ever solution till the end of time.
    Just can't be.
    Dec 19 07:53 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    Maya,
    I am in no hurry. I thought you might want John to take a peak. I will send it to him tonight.

    Just keeping the buzz up. Not pushing you. You have house restoration to keep you busy. I wish I had the time to do house restortion and write a novel. Ah, the exuberance of youth. Me, I simply work my 12 hours per day.
    Dec 19 07:50 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    I did. Resolved by itself though.
    Dec 19 07:47 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    Ouch,
    Here I have cultivated my followers with my bold predictions of the future, like, AXPW will increase in value.

    I have used a photograph of art I find awe inspiring for those wanting to see something solid in the future.
    And to what avail?

    For a fart joke. Excuse me , Are we on Yahoo? :-)
    Dec 19 05:42 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 35: Beginning Dec. 19, 2011; jakutz's article  [View instapost]
    I laughed and laughed. Leave it to Bang to simplify the situation.

    If you have ever got caught trying to catch the falling knife ( like I have several times) then buying Axion right now is a squeamish situation. However I am glad to have recently bought. Until one thing pops up that is negative news I am going forward. In 40 years of stock purchases I have not seen a product so ready to hit a growing market at the perfect time. Doesn't mean Axion will make it. But it is a lot better bet than anything else I can find.

    To entice you some more I have written an article which outlines Axion's production capabilities and my idea of what holds true for 2012. Maya will publish it at his leisure after fact checking my work. If you don't see it, know that I have been scrutinized by the best of them and failed to pass the honest argument test.
    Dec 19 05:00 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    Hey,
    I want that rifle as well. If we both cant have one that is just not fair.

    Fair:
    Another 4 letter word that begins with F
    Dec 18 10:57 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    D'
    I'm not sure we are comparing apples to apples .

    We will assume that Labs and AGMs have been on the market for several years. They wear out and have to be replaced.
    If I can replace them with a $500,000 product that will pay me $125,000 per year then I am in like Flynn, baby.

    This is not a decision as to whether or not an inverter is expensive. It is a decision as to whether or not the new product can pay for itselkf where the old fashion LABs can't.

    This is what makes the PbC to be a truly disruptive technology.
    Dec 18 10:54 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    According to wiki:
    Russell excludes stocks trading below $1, stocks that trade on the pink sheets and OTC Bulletin Board, closed-end mutual funds, limited partnerships, royalty trusts, non-U.S. incorporated stocks (other than the benefits driven incorporations described above), foreign stocks, and American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
    Dec 18 05:08 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    Actually it was Maya reporting that TG reported that Axion was testing other batteries. :-)
    Dec 18 03:44 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 34: Beginning Dec. 16, 2011, jakutz's article [View instapost]
    D-inv,

    I was pondering the size of the stationary storage market for lead acid batteries. What if 1% chose to replace the lead acid batteries with PbCs. Those LAB have to be replaced every few years anyway. How big and how fast can that market grow? I know it depends on the amount of return the Grid can pay back to a PowerCube Owner but heavens sake. The $125,000 per year figure bantered about by TG and Viridity is a hell of a payback.

    I would suggest that if those figures hold true then PJM will send its clients to Viridity and Rosewater so fast it will make Axion's head swim. It saves money on new power production facilities for PJM. It saves the PowerCube owner money. It is a picture perfect win win situation. And it woun't take the bean counters long to say
    " Hey there. Can we get rid of these old LAB that need replaced and buy a PowerCube?"
    Dec 18 03:43 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 33: Beginning Dec. 15, 2011: jakutz's Article [View instapost]
    See, you have a great idea and you are not an inventor. Wait till the inventors start mulling this product over.
    Dec 16 08:33 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 33: Beginning Dec. 15, 2011: jakutz's Article [View instapost]
    I am originally from Iowa. Surprised to see the number of mid-westerners on the board. Actually this board does represent mid-western nice. Like you first accept a person for what they say and then only disrespect them if you find that they are indeed foul.

    It is the way in that part of the country. Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Kansas, Missouri, and Indiana. Basically Big Ten country.

    As we discover more about each other I am sure we will find reasons we all are attracted to Axion. Can't wait for the stockholders meeting after the stock hits $10.
    Dec 16 08:29 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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