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April 2011

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Mr Trump, I demand your Toupée release its birth certificate!

April 27, 2011 – Comments (12)

Recent rumors have suggested that your Toupée is not a legally American born and bred.  Some have suggested that your hair thing came from Kenya.  Others Indonesia.  Perhaps its Chinese?    [more]

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Is GORO a scam stock?

April 26, 2011 – Comments (6) | RELATED TICKERS: GORO.DL

Gold Resource Corp is a mining company operating in Mexico.  I've had this stock downthumbed for a long time as part of my "downthumb all gold miners" and this one has negatively affected me the most.  I've been considering actually shorting this stock in real life, because many details of the company are very sketchy.  [more]

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For checklist34 -

April 10, 2011 – Comments (12)

This is totally off-economics topix, but we all need a break from such serious stuff every now and again.  I've recently discovered a music form called dubstep (hey I've been busy with life for a couple of years!).  There's a great video I saw, reminded me of checklist34's biking video (Danny Macaskill)  [more]

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AMSC: Buying opportunity.

April 07, 2011 – Comments (7) | RELATED TICKERS: AMSC

I've been building a large cash position lately, but today I went and used some of this to buy some shares of American Superconductor.  By the start of Wednesday, AMSC's shares had fallen over 45% (from prices near $25/share to $13/share).  AMSC makes electronic components for wind turbines, with their main customer being a Chinese corporation (Sinovel, recently IPO).  Sinovel told AMSC that they would not take new orders (hich are 70% of AMSC's business), threatening the revenue and prospects of AMSC greatly.  It appears to be bouncing now from this extreme low as people buy back into the company and think about the implications of the bad news.  [more]

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Atlantic wind power backbone plan expands.

April 01, 2011 – Comments (6) | RELATED TICKERS: VWDRY , GOOGL

NYTimes reports that the application from the Atlantic Wind Connection to develop an offshore wind backbone in the Atlantic was filed on Tuesday.  It appears that the plan has grown in scope, both with more area involved and a possible connection to Manhattan.  [more]

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