I see RAMS and OCNF are trading hand in hand today. Never thought I would see that happen. I thought about getting into RAMS months ago, volume is just to shaky for me.
52 week lows:
PED / SSN, I am thinking this has to do with the supply of natural gas, but have yet to do any DD on these two.
NASDAQ 52 WEEK LOWS:
AGAM / ARRY / CCPB / DRWI / ETRM / FRME / GBNK / HWFG / INCB / OMER / PMIC / PRWT / PGNX / RBPAA / RXII / SBCF / GAME / STSA / ZOOM
You and I know there are probably good reasons for these to be at 52 week lows. Please do your DD if you are shopping around. I sure as hell am not going to chase the 52 week high club.
Right now I am watching MESA again, got shaken out at .30 a little while back. May have to wash rinse and repeat on this turd. I like the .22 range as an entry point, depending on news and what have you.
NG: Natural gas supplies have me nervous right now, to much inventory. The spike in the dollar today did not help. Mmm,Mmm,Mmm, cant wait for the government to take over the energy sector since they run everything else so well.
QASP was fun to watch today, sucker was up 60% at one point, NICE!!!
Gold chart, couple weeks old:
Looking into silver stocks right now, I think its a better buy than chasing gold right now.
Bill / Jeff, hope all is well, have a good one!!
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Oct 26, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Bio-Clean
International, Inc. (Pink Sheets: BCLE) (www.bio-cleanintl.com) announced today
that it remains in ongoing negotiations with Bio-Clean, Inc. (OTCBB: BOCL)
regarding certain of the economic terms of the potential transaction that the
company announced on Friday, October 23, 2009. That potential transaction would
result from the announced non-binding Letter of Intent, in which the company
disclosed its intention to sell its subsidiary, American Bio-Tech Cleaning,
Inc., to BOCL. BOCL is not otherwise affiliated with the company, but sells the
company's cleaning products under a distribution agreement. Further, the company
cannot confirm that the 14M share figure disclosed by BOCL in its press release
of today is accurate and has so advised BOCL.
About Bio-Clean International, Inc.
Bio-Clean International, Inc. recognizes the problems facing our environment.
Our exclusive, non-toxic, bio-remediation fluids provide an environmentally-safe
solution. Our exclusive products and machines have been tested and shown to be
in complete compliance with environment regulations, in other words,
Our majority-owned subsidiary, American Bio-Tech Cleaning, Inc. (ABT), designs
and manufactures customized parts and weapons washing/cleaning systems that are
eco-friendly, using a water-based cleaning fluid integrated with a
self-contained bio-remediation process. We also own a minority interest in
American Bio-Clean Corporation (ABC) which markets and distributes our cleaning
fluids and parts/weapons cleaning machines. ABC is a Service-Disabled
Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) that is certified and meets the Federal-mandated
3% minority spending requirements. Similar mandated spending requirements
adopted by most states vary from 3% to 20%. Additionally, many private sector
companies have targeted goals for suppliers.
We also maintain a minority interest in Veterans Training Corporation (VTC)
which is also a SDVOB business based in Southern California and provides a wide
range of training programs for a variety of clients including the U.S.
Department of Defense. In addition, VTC provides training programs for the
private sector such as its OSHA safety-training programs for the construction
For more information about Bio-Clean International, Inc. please visit our
SOURCE: Bio-Clean International, Inc.
Bio-Clean International, Inc.
Tammy D. Dunn, COO, 714-373-1990
Copyright Business Wire 2009
KEYWORD: United States
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: Manufacturing
SUBJECT CODE: Merger/Acquisition
I'm also a huge fan of anything Bucky...as in Domes ;-)
My idea of a fun vacation home would be simple, open, and round. If I had my way, there'd not even be plumbing...but I kind of like my wife, so I suppose that it wouldn't be wise to build an outhouse.
No worries on doing research, Julie. I'll bend your ear, after we get to the midwest.
My son and I are very much looking forward to taking the high-speed ferry over to Michigan. We'll take a couple of roadtrips, from the debarkation point.
Basically, that's my way of saying that my preference is to not go around the lake to be by the lake ;-)
The interesting thing is that some of the Yakkers (Mongolians), haul a T.V. dish around with them and watch satellite T.V. as they do their migration. They are really interesting people. They are really civilized for being nomadic herders. I would probably compare them (in a very slight way) to the Aborigines. If anybody here is an Aborigine, please don't take offense. It was a very very loose comparison...thanks, Mate!