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  • Westport Innovations: Finally Ready To Move Higher [View article]
    They usually are attached to exisiting like Flying J
    http://bit.ly/TKSpRG has a list some of locations for $CLNE stations.
    Jun 19 09:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chinese exports unexpectedly plunge, inflation eases [View news story]
    Maybe the cold effected trade...
    Mar 10 01:24 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Tesla Motors narrows Gigafactory site candidates [View news story]
    Why the southwest?
    Mar 7 07:44 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Count To 20 Mississippi, Then Buy Tesla [View article]
    This reminds me of when CODA was considering building a plant in Columbus, Ohio in an old Lucent plant. It was $600 million for a battery plant, but couldn't get financing. If Tesla wanted to do the same, might be smart to get out of the Southwest. The midwest is much less union dominated than before.
    Mar 3 04:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is It Time To Purchase High-Yielding General Electric? [View article]
    I like that it is finally a more organized, unbloated company, with a great bolt-on acquisition style. I really don't see why people hate the CEO, in reality he didn't make most of it. It was the aftermath of Welch, leaving a massive unorganized mess of a company. Just showing growth today, may wreck your future. How can you grow on being fat and disorganized. I see GE better for real solid growth today than ever in it's history. World infrastructure is aging, GE is finding solutions for many parts, medical, water, energy, transportation. Emerging markets and America will be investing more money to maintain what it has and energy costs will go up as the world recovers. Plan orders have increased and trains are more common place.
    Mar 3 04:27 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    I agree, and Apple's image is everything. It is Fashion Tech...
    Mar 3 04:18 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    I think only issue with Tim Cook is he is too normal and less passionate than Steve Jobs. I think Apple has to focus on main company and needs to follow Google style. Google is exploring outside search but incorporating everything together as well. Funny thing is that I wouldn't buy the stock till they get their fire back on innovation and the issue is not their social responsibility policy. Remember Apple is a fashion company, lol people want it like it is shoes or fancy watch.
    Mar 3 04:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    He doesn't do much tech, IBM really is his only major tech investment. He doesn't just buy every "under valued" company in the market.
    Mar 3 04:11 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    $4 billion isn't much, Apple did a buy back of $14 billion in two weeks and Icahn agreed to back off.
    Mar 3 04:09 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    I guess if we don't care about social responsibility, we can use slave labor or murder people for cash. All if the bottom line is growing to a pleasing desire. I guess if we don't have any values, if the product is cancerous, they just figure they'd be years till it shows up.

    We got to have morals, I mean compassion for Human life, compassion for the world, Integrity, and finally see the big picture. The disclosure says long Apple, I guess this is more a emotional article. If the focus is emotional, the response will be emotional. This isn't the play ground he was standing up for Apple's core belief.
    Mar 3 04:02 AM | 22 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    Yes, he seems to miss the image part of Apple is very important. This is not a supplier company but very image dependent company. People won't line up for it, if they don't believe in Apple.
    Mar 3 03:55 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Tim Cook Does Not Care About The 'Bloody ROI', Does He Care About The 'Bloody Stock Price'? [View article]
    Disclosure: Long AAPL

    Seems funny, says a lot right there.

    For one thing, image is very important and Apple is fashion with reliable tech. Apple products must maintain light, healthy, green vibe... Its image is the money maker and no ad is going to create the same momentum. Just look at Microsoft.

    Seems to me that you feel this is a personal attack and just looked for information to be defensive. This article felt as bloated with words that circled so much I got sick. Just as you must love heavy dirty fuels, your article was as sluggish. Sometimes you can not look at numbers alone and what is very important to the company. Apple is fashion in America and healthy lean fashion. Apple isn't lard, but green and light.

    Greenpeace comment at the end seemed so odd.
    Mar 3 03:51 AM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Midday Gainers / Losers [View news story]
    I taking advatage of the drop, bought $CLNE and $WPRT based on 2014 will be a major move. Many cities and companies switching to CNG or LNG. As oil is becoming harder to find and any growth in the world will push oil higher. This economy being flat isn't going to last long, it is easy to feel like it always will be like this. Everything is lined up for growth. Which will be depended on energy that can restrict growth because of costs.
    Feb 28 01:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The REIT Answer For Darden Is Its Coveted Real Estate Portfolio [View article]
    I wonder all these companies selling their land or buildings during a low time is most likely great for REITS. They seem to act like pricing or timing doesn't matter when spinning off or lease-back. Bob Evans said they like the power of owning, so they have more flexiablity to change to compete. Selling your properties at this time might be poor but great for REITs.
    Feb 15 11:55 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The REIT Answer For Darden Is Its Coveted Real Estate Portfolio [View article]
    They seem to struggle and I don't like what they offer. Olive Garden is pretty bad, I had bad service and looked dated in a new popular area. People would have to drag me kicking to go there or Longhorn. Just seems everything has cheese and meat on every item. Are you trying to kill people Darden? Their healthy menu was located at the front and not given by server. I ended up talking to the company about the choices, seemed to very poor at management.
    Feb 15 11:50 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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