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The company designs, develops, manufactures, and sells rechargeable lithium-ion batteries and battery systems.
buy on dip
The technology is ahead of the market. As gas prices rise, this becomes more important.
AONE IS PUT ON THE BACKBURNER AS A LITHIUM ION BATTERY MAKER DUE TO TSLA CONTRACTS WITH AUTOMAKERS, AONE IS ALSO AN EXCLUSIVE OEM PRODUCT MAKER FOR THE BIG AUTOMAKERS MAKING IT UNAVAILABLE TO PIONEERS AND VISIONARIES THAT HAVE AV TECHNOLOGY IDEAS. YOU KNOW THE HOME MAKERS, MAKING AONE A BAD PICK FOR THE FUTURE, UNLESS AONE MAKES A REVOLUTIONARY ADVANCEMENT ANYTIME SOON, UNLIKELY.
Definitely looks like a bottom to me!
Good company , $5.00 or most 12 mo
A123 Systems will be takeover soon.
New military, GM, and other auto applications will make upfor the Fisker Karma deal, which may not even be dead.
Poised to be a major player in EV Grid storage and commercial markets
P/B and tangible P/B ratio around .8, quick ratio around 1.8, recent recommendations on seekingalpha... looks like its bottoming out!
Price of oil goes up...so does the value of companies that offer alternative energy solutions, simple really
If they can't stop hemorrhaging cash, their price sure won't go anywhere.
Gm is switching to A123 ,after the LG Chem batteries caught fire in tests.
Picking it up again after a price drop. Portable (car) and grid-scale storage will be necessary if we are actually moving toward greener energy sources.Just a clarification: batteries are NOT a source of energy. They are a storage solution, and quite a useful one.
Great upside and even without GM's contract they are showing potential for markets that do not need the average consumer. They have the ability to be great. Lets see what they do with their inventories and possibilities.
Battery technology that if sufficiently leveraged could be adopted as green tech
Break above 50 Day MA
Sooner than we think, we will all be driving electric cars...this company will make you rich!!!!
With AONE's investment in their recently completed production facility, profitability should be on the horizon. The debt associated with the production facility should be viewed as an asset rather than a liability since the facility is now online. Escalating energy costs should continue to provide long term demand for AONE lithium ion and other energy storage devices. The new facility might even escalate the firm to be the leading global producer of alternative energy electric storage devices.
A123 is poised to end the label of speculation and enter real profitability. I believe most of the downside risk has been reduced or eliminated with their recent stock price offering of $254 million, which will provide enough cash to sustain ramping up plant production in the near term. The stars are aligned for A123 to finally reach its potential.
Warren Buffet recommends buying businesses you understand; with an MS and BS in physics and currently pursing a PhD in materials science, I feel qualified to speak on the technical aspects of A123's product line. I have personally met some of the brain power behind this company and listened to presentations at technical conferences on their technologies, and I believe that the combination of A123's approach to solving the various energy storage problems their customers present along with the quality of the researchers they employ make them the team to beat long term. Their "Nanophosphate" approach to battery design is a very promising technology which I believe offers a slight competitive advantage over the other various layered transition metal oxides used by their competitors, depending to some extent on the desired application.They have a relatively new factory in Livonia, MI with what I understand to be the highest production of Li-ion batteries in the U.S., and demand only looks to increase as federal goals from the DOE and other agencies for automotive efficiency begin to kick in over the next few decades. I don't own any stock in this company yet but plan to buy some soon. Definite Outperform over 5+ years time line.
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