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Hi, lots to alk about here, but lets start with what may be obvious
SURE, there's always a dillutional effect (in the short term) when the supply of something is suddenly increased
However, this is a company that is on the cutting edge of an alternative fule thatb is really showing some promise
Som think that this move is just a show of strength ... that given the excitement around the liquefication of natural gas
i purchased shares at $10 is now 20
wondering if it would be wise to pull out before vote on 2/1
Very nice ... my bet is that things may level out now ... both because of this AND the populararity .... (not new any more)
Depends on whether you're a short term trader or a long term investor
more on the long side
They're doing what entrepreneurs do capitalizing on change
You go ion at a good time
yes i know
but again, not inly are they capitalizing (exploiting) change
they are creating it
that is good ,right?
THe capital avai;ability of old line oil companies
I know you know this but they built the first plan in '64
would the devalue equal that of the increase 35tp 10?
If so, now we're talking the stuff of crystal balls, I think only in the very short term
ok thank you
I think if you ride our this POTENTIAL devaluation that is just a mathematical phenominon
You'll capitalize on the kind of thin Buffet and Lynch talk(ed) about
and maybe buy more on the cheap...
truly making something for which demand will only grow over time
and being a pioneer with economies of scale
that's exactly what Buffet would do
once he commits to the fumental; value
look for the buying opps
Just so many unknowns today
but growing population and dependence on technology....pretty predictible
Onfinance guy's opinion, but showing some guts thriough the next couple of months when the feint of heart leg go mugh be rewarding