Topic Archives: ABB (ABB)

“The World’s Biggest Construction Project Has Begun… three global giants that play a pivotal role in rebuilding our world.”

Several eager readers have forwarded along this teaser, which started running in the last week or so and which pitches a way to profit from the big infrastructure investments that will be made around the world in the coming years. The ad is for Jeff Siegel’s Power Portfolio over at Angel Publishing, a newsletter which […]

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    I have owned Fanuc for awhile, but it is a very long-term investment. And if the doom-and-gloom folks are eventually rig...

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    $FYI - Energy-Storage.news - 2/5/2019 Interestging articles today; Tesla acquires Maxwell Technologies, rival ...

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    $FYI - Energy-Storage.news - 12/18/2018 A few articles in this issue New York’s climate change combat tactic...

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    Companies To Benefit From The Stationary Energy Storage Boom https://seekingalpha.com/article/4167555-companies-benef...

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    I posted this same comment in Part 2, but just in case someone's skimming these comments and not those... -------------...

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    A comment about FANUC -- they are/have been partnered with General Electric to provide various industrial control platfo...

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    I'm sure Dr.Steve has done well (for himself) in life but I have lost my shirt following his recomendations.. The only t...

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    Porter Stansberry has predicted that GE will eventually go bankrupt, so that one is a concern given their debt levels. H...

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    Thanks Travis - I guessed ABB was one of them and thought GE as likely. Bechtel is not a player for us as it is privatel...

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    I like Gullible was impressed with first few issues, but after a couple months of losses ran for the hills. I'm still w...

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    I subscribed to this newsletter earlier this year and must say I was impressed with the first few issues. Later, once I ...

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    Echo Herach, ABB is a class outfit and while I no longer own it I made excellent profits trading it over several years. ...

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    Well, I was right -- me selling meant everyone else should have been buying, ABB Grain (and the entire Australian market...

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    FLR; FWLT; JEC; ABB; are some you might consider...

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    david i have been sitting on a decent block of bhp. should have increased while it was down. shoulda sold a few months ...

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    Fireball, Bought ABB at 6 - sold half at 18 and will hold rest for long term. Bought bhp at 49 and will also hold it f...

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    Another nobrainer, you have metioned is ABB. Also buy QQQX, index on the nasdaq with a huge Div. I bought these on the ...

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    I've read the new CEO of ABB mentioned the possibility of acquiring a few companies. I've been following ticker CBE and...

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    ABB is my story of "A big Fish That Got Away". Some 4 years ago I was a subscriber to the OXford Club. ABB was in the Ox...

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    ABB has been very good to me! It was first recommended in one of the newsletters I subscribe too when it was around $7.0...

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    ABB? This is what I said about the stock in the Gumshoe forum on August 21st: "If you own this stock, you may want to...

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    Hi Gumshoe ABB started 5 waves up in Jan 2003 - topping at $32 in Nov 07. The 3-wave retracement began then dropping to...

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    Gumshoe, one more observation about ABB: The previous CEO did an excellent job for ABB, but recently ( within the last s...

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    Appreciate the spreedsheet, GS. Almost a year later the biggest loser has to be TMA from $26 to 18 cents. But the guy w...

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    I have been a subscriber for years to Blue Chip Growth. In the current portfolio of about 50 stocks about 45 of them are...

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    Gumshoe, Just a bit of commentary as I do have insight into Navellier's Blue chip stocks. As Woman says above he is tou...

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    True -- and it wouldn't surprise me if most or all of those are on his buy list, since his portfolios usually have at l...

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    Gumshoe, I do recall that Navellier was touting FWLT. However, if you compare the four major engineering companies in th...

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    Thank you, Gumshoe, for taking that one apart. I was brainwashed long ago against anything on the Pink Sheets or Over...

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    And now that I mentioned that, I should also mention that I do own call options on ABB....

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    And Gummie, I think you missed his touts in the phone call for ABB and LVMUY.PK. I think those may be the most interesti...

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    True, SageNot -- ABB Grain is one of the largest ag companies in Australia and does not actively trade in the US. There...

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    I'm assuming that you guys are NOT talking about ABB Ltd., symbol ABB, which does trade on the NYSE! If it's an Aussi...

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    gumshoe.....really enjoy your site! My questions is you said you ouw ABB Gain in australia. Is that listed on the pink...

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    GUMSHOE.......REALLY ENJOY YOUR SITE! MY QUESTION IS YOU SAID YOU OWN ABB GRAIN FROM AUSTRALIA. IS THAT TRADED ON THE P...

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    Good cmmts as usual Gumshoe. If anybody looking for some more research on Skousens earnings predictionsbelieve you can ...

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    This particular promo is not the one from which I learned about covered calls, but I did clue into it from a previous pr...

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    I can't predict RIO's future, but I'm holding on with a gain of more than 100% since February. The future looks bright ...

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    I am holding calls on ABB that I purchased on 6/19/07 based upon an earlier recommendation from the author of the tease...

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    Hi....yes, I bought into this company last July at $12.41, so you might say I have doubled my $$ according to the curren...

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