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  • 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
  • Ukraine: How Bad For Capstone Turbine? [View article]
    excellent......i look forward to a move above $5 without the aforementioned reverse stock split.

    Like I said before, batteries are storage unit which need some form of energy to be recharged.

    At the earliest, NG won't be shipped to Europe from the USA until 2015/16. We just don't have the LNG plants available. But we can export a massive amount of finished products any of which will power a Capstone MicroTurbine.

    When push comes to shove, if the EU is sanctioned, we will back them with oil/oil prduct which we can deliver vs NG which we can't.

    BTW, Capstone has a prototype Concept Supercar which can b seen at its website.
    Mar 11 12:44 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Fuel Cell Fab Four: A Bubble About To Burst? [View article]
    Its all about a scenario where Russia pulls the Plug and flexes its Oil/Gas muscles.

    The EU has 45 days worth of stockpiles. What can they do to shore up their energy needs? A very quick solution would be to buy thousands of batteries Not to use but as Insurance to be able to extend the life of their stockpiles in case of emergency.

    IMHO, No single company can provide whats needed so everyone is running around like lemmings investing in all things even remotely connected.

    You can compare this to the Swine/Bird Flu scare but this is dif in that it will hang in until its resolved.
    Mar 10 03:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Russian Threats To Disrupt Gas To EU Can Only Be Good For Propane Exporters [View article]
    very very nicely presented.

    It doesn't matter one way or another what Russia does or doesn't do. The EU will be scrambling to get out from under the "Sword of Damocles". They will not want Russia to have a Noose around their necks in the Future.

    I can imagine a sustained push to get away from petroleum related transport as well/
    Mar 7 06:00 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ukraine: How Bad For Capstone Turbine? [View article]
    Capstone's MicroTurbines are dependent on fuel supplies which can be delivered in a variety of ways.....by handcart if necessary :).

    Quiet with low/no emmision problems, they powered the facilities they were installed in without interruption during Hurricane Sandy and will run on kerosene if need be.

    Good luck with Batteries.......power outage, batteries kick in until they drain and have to be recharged, Enter Capstone which will recharge them. Hmmmmmmm, why bother with batteries in the first place.
    Mar 4 10:18 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ukraine: How Bad For Capstone Turbine? [View article]
    If Russia stalls its Gas exports as a result of economic sanctions more than likely those sanctions would include Capstone's turbines which benefit them.

    On the flipside, fracking will gain traction worldwide as will anything NG.
    Mar 3 04:37 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 308: Feb. 25 '14: David DiGiacinto Joins BoD; PV With Storage Financials; Petersen Worksheet Suggests PIPE Effects Nearing End [View instapost]
    I'd like to see a rounding bottom for a change but if it takes another round of Financing, I do not have a clue as to how far down it can go.
    Feb 26 02:18 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 308: Feb. 25 '14: David DiGiacinto Joins BoD; PV With Storage Financials; Petersen Worksheet Suggests PIPE Effects Nearing End [View instapost]
    Jveal, JP has stated Multiple times That This Will be the Year that AXPW becomes a 5-10 bagger and he will be smiling alll the way to the Bank.

    When Tesla was at $30 and Axion around $.25,
    he stated unilaterally, (paraphrased): What would you rather own? An overpriced stock which can only go down (tesla) or a stock which Will be a 5-10 Bagger within 12 months (Axion)???

    Around 18 months later, Axion is down another 60% while Tesla is around $250.

    He's been making these "Just wait another 6-12 month predictions" EVERY Year.

    And I've been waiting for the chart to improve since Axion was over $2. Over the years, I have learned to ignore John's predictions inre Axion.
    Feb 26 02:13 PM | 15 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 308: Feb. 25 '14: David DiGiacinto Joins BoD; PV With Storage Financials; Petersen Worksheet Suggests PIPE Effects Nearing End [View instapost]
    "Cool"..........Wright... drivetrain plus Lith battery combined with a Capstone Microturbine might well corner the Trucking Market.


    I don't have the link HTL.


    "Cool" Tesla sells its Battery on the open market.
    Feb 25 04:47 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Axion Power Concentrator 308: Feb. 25 '14: David DiGiacinto Joins BoD; PV With Storage Financials; Petersen Worksheet Suggests PIPE Effects Nearing End [View instapost]
    For the first time ever a truthful statement without the usual embelishments:

    "I think it's too early to declare an armistice, much less a victory. I'm very confident that the day is quite near. The only way we'll be able to nail down the timing is when we can see it clearly in the rear view mirror."

    Lets say axion goes to a $1.00, will you even be at breakeven JP?
    Feb 25 04:38 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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