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  • Axion Power Concentrator 57: Beginning Jan. 30, 2012, Graph And Speadsheet Tracking History Of The APC [View instapost]
    One wonders what the facts are that would lead Lux to making the claim that AGM batteries will be the source of Micro hybrid technology.

    Does the author know that advanced lead acid is an AGM format LAB?
    Does the author know that there are two competing advanced LAB companies looking at this market?
    Is this anything other than a reporter getting half a story right and not caring about the part he never understood?

    You be the judge. If you judge correctly I would suggest you buy another 100,000 shares of AXPW.
    Jan 31 10:36 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 57: Beginning Jan. 30, 2012, Graph And Speadsheet Tracking History Of The APC [View instapost]
    The shift today was the stockholders that believe the long term story is in danger. Short term nothing will change. But the growth is over. Especially if you believe the expansion to create more batteries for the electric car space is in danger.
    Jan 31 10:13 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 57: Beginning Jan. 30, 2012, Graph And Speadsheet Tracking History Of The APC [View instapost]
    Weekly Resistance levels

    I like using the weekly charts for resistance and support levels on small stocks.

    There was a very weak R/S line at $44 that we blew through on the way up. The next real suppot level supported with volume is $.57. The next true resistance level is $1.25.

    Obviously one determined large buyer or seller can affect a small stock like this. An announcement can affect a stock like this.

    But anyone interested had better get their minds made up as to where they wish to enter and exit. Except for fastening your seat belt, the normal rules of flying do not apply to a ride on a rocket ship.
    Jan 31 07:34 AM | 11 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 55: Beginning Jan. 26, 2011, John Petersen's Article On FINRA Data [View instapost]
    I see that also.

    But turning off light switches, adding insulation, moving closer to work, buying energy efficient appliances, etc are the cheapest way for this country to move forward.

    Buying stock in new electric meters, batteries, smart grid companies, etc is risky. The stupid thing is that people don't get that there actions are more important than wall street investment.

    Can't someone put out the message. In 1970 we were driving 55 mph for conservation against outside oil. Nothing has changed.
    Shame on us as Americans to have fought two wars since then and not done the simplest task. Shame on US.
    Jan 29 09:56 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 56: Beginning Jan. 28, 2012, The APC Chart And Graph  [View instapost]
    Can't buy into short term candlestick charts on the pink sheet stocks.

    Long term price and volume charts maybe. I have found long term resistance levels this way. But a crap shoot using short term charts. One stockholder can turn the charts. One. Be very careful.
    Jan 29 09:49 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 55: Beginning Jan. 26, 2011, John Petersen's Article On FINRA Data [View instapost]
    Very true.

    But it is harder to invest in conservation than technology.
    Jan 29 09:28 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 48: Beginning Jan. 13, 2012, John Petersen's Article [View instapost]
    I am so confident in the football knowledge of the Axionistas I believe Bang should put a separate section on the website for football updates. I will be happy to let everyone know why Christian Ponder will lead the Vikes to an upset Superbowl victory next year.
    And just so you don't think I'm only a smack talker, I did come third in a very strong fantasy league this year. That my friends is close to the definition of expert.
    Jan 29 09:24 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Electric Vehicle House Of Cards Must Fall [View article]
    Thanks for the study done in 2007 using information fgathered by the University of Michigan. Not that it was incorrect but one must consider the source.
    Of course if 70% of all cars were plug in types then you could Power America for 20 minutes.Of course you can't power allautos because the homes and neighborhoods are not set up for it on the grid. Of course if 30 Million autos were plug ins that paid an additional $20,000 per car to be a plug in ( total of 600 trillion dollars) we could save gas. Of course if we spent 600 trillion dollars on natural gas, nuclear, and other conservation measures we would do a lot better for our money in saving gas.

    Of course you want the federal government who doesn't make, have, or need 600 trillion dollars to fund this little gas saving operation.
    Just give it up.
    Give it up. Car batteries will never make it as a fuel saving for the country.
    Jan 29 09:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 56: Beginning Jan. 28, 2012, The APC Chart And Graph  [View instapost]
    Sorry,
    You have asked a question which has extraordinary implications.

    If we tell you, we have to kill you. :-)
    Jan 28 09:35 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 55: Beginning Jan. 26, 2011, John Petersen's Article On FINRA Data [View instapost]
    Not meaning to speak for JP.
    But, Rosewater is a new company formed by an Axion insider ( original shareholder), that is experienced in sales at this level. Since they know the technology for the last 8 years and are experienced in high volume sales in electronics they should be able to succeeed in promoting Axion to users of all sizes.
    Jan 28 09:32 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Understanding Manufacturing Economics For Grid-Scale Energy Storage [View article]
    Triller,
    Why do you ask questions as if the premise is true?
    You state that future of the frequency regulation market is not a viable one. Where did that come from. Its new. It just occurred. no facts are out that support that statement. But ,you, seem to know better than anyone else.

    I am happy that you are so informed but would love for you to simply state where that statement came from.

    Try this fact. Many companies buy back up power. If the can cut their costs by using their back up power as a cost saver is that a good deal?
    Jan 28 08:21 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Understanding Manufacturing Economics For Grid-Scale Energy Storage [View article]
    With all due respect, and I really mean that,
    I would ask anyone to please consider political comments prior to posting.
    I am so sick and tired of party faithful bashing opposing presidents without shame. If I met President Clinton, President Reagen, President Bush (either one), or President Obama I would give all their equal due as majority winners of an election and My President for the next four years.

    Are you entitled to argue their policies and positions? Absolutely.
    Are you entitled to bash them like the media?
    Absolutely not.

    I respect the presidency of the United States because it is representative of the plurality of the 50 states and territories. I am not respectful of anyone who believes they should not respect that person for what they stand for and try to do in a meaningful way for the people of this country.
    Jan 28 08:13 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Electric Vehicle House Of Cards Must Fall [View article]
    I am not saying the numbers are false but please check them before you blog them. I suspect the numbers are politically driven and not correct.
    Jan 28 07:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why The Electric Vehicle House Of Cards Must Fall [View article]
    It is an amazing feat that you accomplish. You spout unsupported gibberish in numbers while ignoring the truth about metal consumption, and then you believe your own propaganda to the point where you recite it as gospel. I admire your ability to amaze me. Good job.
    Jan 28 07:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Concentrator 55: Beginning Jan. 26, 2011, John Petersen's Article On FINRA Data [View instapost]
    I was contemplating the scenario when TG hired a sales and marketing guy.

    Rosewater is out beating the bushes for new business. They can handle the chores for numerous oil rigs , PowerCubes to factories, many small data centers and universities. A lot of customers. Small but mighty group. Meanwhile, TG has been the guy to talk with BMW, NS, Viridity, etc. The big guys. Now we have numerous auto OEMs talking with TG. More than one rail road, etc. Hey.
    Poor TG still has a company to run. How about someone that can handle the big boys and be the contact guy for Rosewater.
    This allows TG to go about the financing, day to day stuff, research, PR, Keeping Axionistas at bay, and growing the company.

    The final move before the announced increase in sales. Thanks for the hiring TG. You just spoke volumes.
    Jan 28 07:31 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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