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  • Quiet Period Expiration For Minerva Neurosciences IPO: Short-Term Buying Window [View article]
    Since the stock has lost everything it gained, are you, at least willing to be cautious.

    JNJ is not a competitor since it has taken an approximate 18% interest in NERV.

    I'm probably more bullish than you but my approach is that of an Investor not a Trader so I'll wait while offshore events settle a bit and hope it goes below its IPO price.
    Jul 21 11:54 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Swine Flu, MERS, Ebola And Medical News Concentrator June 7, 2014 To August 16, 2014 [View instapost]
    Remember all those pigs floating down a river in China?

    Well, we have our own version with over a million dead in last 12 months and now averaging about 100k dead every month from an unidentified virus.

    Authorities are trying to figure out what to do with the carcasses. Without knowing the cause, they are afraid of contaminating the land/water.

    Get your bacon while you can.

    What happens to Swine Flu if there aren't any swine???
    Jul 8 04:56 AM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Now The Time To Buy Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services? [View article]
    you should update your Insider trades.

    Only bought 500 at $2.52, still want a pull back.
    Jul 7 05:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Now The Time To Buy Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services? [View article]
    the time to buy LTS was around $2 which was when i started following it because of the Insider Buying. Unfortunately, i wasn't interested in a stock with a sideways channel.

    I missed the spike but caught the retrace back to its breakout and bought at $2.75 (1000 sh). Will be adding another 1000 either on the current pullback or as it breaks Monday's high....hopefully around $3.30 since my current target is $5+.

    Insiders are buying at these levels....so am I.
    Jul 7 11:48 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Johnson & Johnson: Why I'm Not A Buyer And What I Would Buy Instead [View article]
    Check out LLY ( Lilly ).

    Very positive commentary on a few Phase 3 trials inre Diabetes. Chart looks like it is in a breakout area and the dividend is better than JNJ's.

    Still own JNJ from $72 but don't plan on selling even though my initial Sell point of $105 has been met.......chart looks like it has started the 2nd leg of an uptrend.

    Also own ABT, LLY, and MRK.

    If the Markets Tank, so will all of the stocks mentioned here, there will be No Safe Haven since the Lemmings will Rule. DXD is an Insurance alternative.
    Jun 24 07:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why I Sold Prospect Capital [View article]
    Once upon a time, my hubby and I owned 20,000 shares of PSEC but that was before the dividend went monthly and our cost was sub $9.50.

    We currently own 15,000 because of the need for diversification (all were sold in the $11-12 range) but am looking to buy back some if it goes below $10 again as I expect.

    We held off buying during the recent plunge because I wanted the dust to settle a little and waited for Insider buying to resume. It has.

    Since Actions speak louder than Words, I'll go with Insiders every time but then after 5 years worth of dividends, our average cost is around $4 and in the next 3 years it will have covered itself.

    Old Wall Street adage "Don't put all of your eggs in one basket, But if you do, Watch it very closely."

    We Are.
    Jun 19 12:35 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Prospect: Portfolio Debtor Files For Bankruptcy, Meet New Century Transportation [View article]
    I'm expecting PSEC to close the Dailly upgap around $9.80 before the next quarterly, holding there and closing the prev. downgap around $11.50.

    Please note: Their Credit Facility is steadily increasing.

    There must be a lot of Creditors out there who are as Braindead as the Bulls on PSEC.
    Jun 13 07:34 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Capstone Turbine Fourth Quarter Earnings Preview [View article]
    If you want power when you need it, you install Capstone.

    Just thnk in terms of the EU and the Role of Russia in their energy needs. A Royal Airforce Base in the UK has installed Capstone. I expect more to follow from others there.
    Jun 5 01:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Prospect Capital: Intra-Quarter Conversions From Capital Account To Income Through Wholly-Owned Holding Companies [View article]
    Honest/Dishonest......who is to say which pertains?

    If PSEC's management was being obtusely Dishonest, then Managment should be selling Not buying.

    And if the Author has an Axe to grind, that is, opposed to Management for reasons other than cited. Then Full Disclosure has Not been met and the Author is being Dishonest with the Investing Community.

    Long PSEC since 2008.
    May 9 01:13 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 320: Apr. 02 '14: Q4 & EOY 2013 Results & CC; CFO Resigns; David DiGiacinto Joins BoD; PV With Storage Financials; Petersen Worksheet Suggests PIPE Effects Nearing End [View instapost]
    Where You are, where I am is with Capstone and Walmart's selection of it to be in their energy efficient Truck Prototype of the future.

    Don't get too excited but I do have more shares of AXPW than I do of Capstone...only 3k of CPST.

    Bought it at .141 when it broke above .14 on heavy volume.

    I figure Putin will force All Battery makers up.
    Apr 2 12:17 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Johnson & Johnson Will Soon Yield Over 3% [View article]
    Just bought LLY around $58, will dble up if it can break $62.

    There is NO way JNJ's yield goes above 3% if the price rises more than 7% if the increase is only 7% and since I don't expect JNJ to go up another 50%, I'd rather be in a stock whose yield is already above 3% hence LLY.
    Mar 26 12:12 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Johnson & Johnson Will Soon Yield Over 3% [View article]
    bought a cple hundred shares when it was around 72 to complement my positions in BMY and MRK.


    JNJ has a H&S bottom in progress which will be fulfilled if it breaks out above 96 on heavy volume. This breakout will send it to the $105 area where I expect to say sayonara. I bought it for the yield which quite frankly sucks but the cap gain makes up for it.


    the H&S is closing price based.
    Mar 18 03:27 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Quantum Fuel Systems: An Update After Quarterly Earnings And Realization Of Price Target [View article]
    "All Class 8 vehicle platforms will quickly be moving towards "the US Army standard."

    You have got to be kidding, No company in its right mind will be moving to a platform identical to its competitors. Companies look for competitive advantages and will look to better those standards whatever they may be.

    And, even if you are right, OSK will be unable to meet the Global demand by itself so companies will look elsewhere for alternatives.

    Long QTWW and CPST.
    Mar 16 03:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Hexagon Composites - New Orders Send The Share Price Soaring [View article]
    sorry, i thought you meant the day of the posting of your article.

    I'm up around 150% on QTWW, don't care to own another in this arena.

    gl on Hex but what I said still applies, the EU is unlikely to further their dependence on Russian Gas.

    And it doesn't really matter who sells what where, demand will outstrip supply from all entities combined on a worldwide basis.
    Mar 13 09:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Hexagon Composites - New Orders Send The Share Price Soaring [View article]
    1% = soaring ???

    I clicked the symbol and saw a 5 cent increase.

    As far as I'm concerned the EU is now a dead zone for large NG sales. They will try to avoid anything which requires an increase in Russian NG dependance.

    Hex has no choice but to go outside the Zone.

    GL
    Mar 12 03:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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