So lets get this clear. 11th October RA buys into AFC. Within a month he also has a chunk of Alter nrg. He now owns part of both companies that produce the technology behind Waste2tricity and a small fraction of W2T (15% of 25%). Does he know something is about to take off with W2T or is he looking at green electricity from waste as truly global? (Check out who else bought in at the same time).
AFC's fuel cells have many applications but waste is surely the biggest. Chlor Alkali is big and UCG is potentially large but at risk of stating the obvious, you need chlor alkali plants and coal fields to generate from these areas. Waste occurs everywhere pretty naturally.
For me, this is just one more reason for holding AFC long. I read about AFC on 3 boards (here, iii and investors club). Not one poster saw the RA buy in coming or yesterday's investment either. They continue to surprise in positive ways. I'd rather just hold than try to permanently second guess what is going to happenbut each to their own strategy.
Nice to see you still here you are one of the elder statesman on this Board and one of the longest share holders you brought in right at the start All the best to you I needed to sell to realise cash and to get my tax allowence on profit. a And Brainsmith I am not an monkey just an pensioner who would prefer to spend his profit whilst still alive. The only idiot thing i did was giving myself COPD from smoking too much however good luck to you I dont have much more than a few years left so i am not going to wait for more profit and then leave it to the taxman
I brought in when the prive was about a penny amd spent 500 pounds and then brought more untill I had 100.000 sold a lot at 60 pence but still have 10,000 left I was also the 2nd person to post on this board. check my posting history. This is a good buy and I will hold my remaining shares but 60 pence was to good a price to miss. I thank Fuel cell for his amazing Hype and the unrealistic price forcast. The main problems will be in making all the cells needed to maintain all the fuel cells in use as they will need to be changed 3 times a year for each existing cell and more will be needed as they sell more. The process is fairly simple and old technology. But like all development it takes a long time AFC is a good share but remember it as yet is not making any money . all the interest is in the potential hold and buy at any price under 25 or 30 if you have enough money Expect a few ups and downs before the product is finalised and dividends are paid Use any lows to top up. Patience is the watch word for this share. Good luck and best wishes to all holders Old and New
honestly this company is one to leave for a long while (not GKP, or RRL or whatever) to reap the massive upside.. ask some of the guys here they will tell you, you could easily have 1000% upside in a few years.. trade the others as you like but leave the gem untouched...
"...otherwise it would be like Gorden Brown sold treasurys gold too early"
Guys - why not do both? I bought in at the launch price 23p - which was significantly higher than it has been at its lows (1.8p was the worst and 79p the best the latter purely based on a large purchase by Linc and largely unwarranted at tht price rise). I believe in this stock too but have sold some when it spiked ridiculously and bought back in when it re-levelled always keeping a substantial amount in at any time. By doing this I have increased my holding significantly at little/no risk. IMHO these short term opportunities will thin out once commercialisation starts in ernest but i think there is room for 2 or 3 more rounds of free share acquisition!
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