I was eyeing this stock back in July as a real life investment. What caught my eye was its latest docucolor digital production press which will be rolled out in US and Europe. Additionally Xerox's proprietary solid-ink tehcnology, called ColorQube has tremendous potential. The per-page cost of ColorQube is apparently far less than traditional color cartridges, something that should absolutely play well in this cost savings environment the economy is in. [more]
Continuing my anti-Alstry posting, I found this of interest: [more]
Last year I was pushing nat gas as a fuel for cars. I argued that by doing so you could put a ton of people to work, just through the infrastructure work that would be needed and you would be keeping money inside the US and not being shipped to OPEC. Jim Cramer has been pushing this topic too, to his credit. [more]
Figured I'd pull an anti-Alstry:
And so as not to be accused of exaggerating, that is inflation adjusted.
Glad they are. It gets too scary when everyone turns bullish. September/October probably has everyone looking negative. Afterall, bad things can happen during this time period. Some think we might even retest the March lows again down the road. [more]