Was Digg almost a penny stock company?

If Digg would have been a penny stock company would you have invested?

Penny stock investments are interesting investment decisions. The gain and loss can be spectacular but overall there is a higher chance of losing money. Many people become millionaires after becoming penny stock traders, but most of them actually know about the increase of prices at a particular time. You can begin your penny stock trading, but make sure that you learn about these stocks very well before making the investment. One wrong move can lead towards loss of your hard earned money and make you feel negative about stock investments.

Now that we have gotten that out of the way time to answer the question what would have happened if Digg ended up being a penny stock?

It would have been one of the few home runs when it comes to penny stocks. Digg started small but ended up huge!

Penny stocks are micro-cap stocks having per stock value of $5 or less. These stocks have a low market capitalization of companies, which means that the total assets and liquid money with the company are lesser. Mostly, the beginner companies in any niche are associated with penny stocks. These tiny stocks have high volatility and low potential. It is integral for the investors to make choice for the perfect stocks having a real background. Penny stocks are risky and choosing them is quite difficult for the investors. You must learn the right ways to trade them. Read more about choosing the right stocks at Penny Stocks.

Make the portion of your investment dedicated to micro-cap stocks and don’t go beyond it. You might be tempted to do more of investments to make simple money, but it won’t work till you buy the right stocks in your investment. If micro-cap stocks can produce great gains, it can make you bear huge losses too. Understand the reality that penny stocks can’t make you millionaire as these involve high risks and returns on investment are not wonderful. You can take these stocks in different portions and not involve too much money into one stock as the probability of losing increases with this strategy. The potential gains can be more, but becoming greedy can ruin all your money and make your penny less.

A Version 1 preview

We have finally realized our dream of Digg and we have taken the last 6 weeks to hustle and rebuild the website from scratch.  Here is a sneak peek.

We plan to have Digg to be a real time example of what the internet is talking about. It needs to be fully responsive and interactive to everyone that visits it. We asked people in a survey why the visit websites like Digg. The majority of them do it to find and share great stories that they can’t find elsewhere in any other community. Here are our 4 goals:

  1. We want everything to be easy to read, find, and share the most talked about stories that are getting internet buzz.
  2. The user needs to experience something that is quick and easy to read. We want people to be able to browse share and easily come back to us.
  3. We want to build a unique experience that is compatible with each device. This way users will see stories on smartphones, email, and in social media.
  4. We want the stories to be easily shared on all social formats.

The old days of internet headlines just don’t work with stories that are bigger and have more impact on certain people. Not every story can be told the same way. Some stories are better told through video, Some stories are better through text, and some stories an image is worth a thousand words. We that in mind we have set out to design Digg. We are glad we made the decision to not launch Digg as IPO penny stock company.

Here are a few of our design mock ups. rethinkdigg digg

Here is a closer look at what we started with on our proposal. diggingit


The final version will be complete and ready for launch shortly. When you visit our site, you will find an amazing user-friendly experience. We won’t have a tradition website. We will bring something new to the internet so everyone has a great experience. No more boring newsrooms websites. You will bring the top stories and well as what is popular and upcoming to our users and visitors.


It will take awhile for us to get our commenting system up and running. We find that there are too many spam comments going around. So it will take longer to get up and rolling right.


We will be adjusting the Digg score. We will be focusing more on Facebook shares and Twitter shares to help find which stories are trending. No more walls. We want Digg to provide experiences that can interact with any site on the internet. Digg Scores will not only factor from our own site but also Facebook and Twitter. We will be able to process data to come up with accurate Digg scores.



We learned a unique system of measuring from news.me which we will implement for the Digg score. We find that this new way of doing things has led to users reading stories multiple times in one day. After six weeks and our initial launch, we will be back to ask your opinions.

Solar Energy Stocks to watch

Solar Energy Stocks to watch

Some Wall Street analysts have linked the pricing of solar stocks with the price of oil.  There appears to be some solid merit to this concept, especially in the last few weeks.

Using First Solar as an example, one can see the decline that began with oil prices roughly five weeks ago to a decline in the stock price of FSLR.  Oil is down about 33% of its high and FSLR stock is down 28% from its recent high.  This is a pattern that has been demonstrated by a number of solar stocks.

Part of trading solar stocks is watching commodity prices in general, particularly oil and natural gas.  The lower the price of these fossil fuels, the less immediate need (theoretically) for an alternative energy source.  For those who are long-term investors in solar stocks, this will not be an issue.  First Solar is often used as the benchmark for solar stocks because of their presence globally, experience, stock price and their exposure to massive solar projects.

Anyone who is trading solar stocks on a short-term or intermediate basis, commodity prices are a strong indicator of how well solar shares will perform in the near future.  Having lost 28% makes FLSR somewhat tempting, however, there are at least two factors that can make one hesitate.  First, given the relationship between oil pricing and FSLR, there is a possibility that oil will continue to slide.  What if oil goes back to $65 per barrel?  Theoretically, FSLR could lose another 28% or more.  Second, FSLR is the most expensive solar stock traded on either the NYSE or Nasdaq.  Despite the recent drop, the stock is still roughly $211 a share.  There are a number of other quality solar companies to invest in and/or trade out there.  Both of these factors may make one consider either waiting on the sidelines or looking for another solar firm.

But even though FSLR is not a solar trade, it should be always be kept in sight.  First Solar will be a good benchmark for any solar shares you trade.  Keep your trading screens open with the price of oil, natural gas, and FSLR at all times.  And remember when you see oil start to rise, FSLR could very well be a solid player for the short-term.

In a sign that solar stocks are going to have a lot of business, Q Cells has signed a 10-year contract with LDK Solar.  Q Cells, based in Germany, is the largest manufacturer of solar cells in the world.  Their stock is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.  LDK Solar is a NYSE listed stock, based in China.

The 10-year deal calls for LDK Solar to provide no less than 20,000 metric tons of UMG solar grade silicon.  The agreement began immediately on Friday, September 12th, 2008.  There is also an option for both parties to produce up to 21,000 more metric tons over the same time period.  Along with these two contractual agreements, there was also a memorandum of understanding between the two companies.

This memorandum is an indication that LDK is going to have a long-term business partner.  It indicates that in addition to the two mentioned agreements, that Q Cells will be supplied up to five mega watts of solar wafers by LDK.  And as Q Cells is the worldwide leader in solar cell production this could eventually lead to more commitments.  LDK investors now have to realize a greater deal of safety in their investment.  This is the biggest solar contract ever.  No matter what else happens within the LDK business they are going to have a high degree of business and fulfillment of this contract.

Mr. Peng, the CEO of LDK, stated that this collaboration is a sign that his company produces a high-quality product.  He also named two of the products LDK would sell to Q Cells, those being Nova wafers and a more standard wafer made from high purity polysilicon.  Mr. Milner, the CEO of Q Cells,  congratulated LDK for their reliability and quality.

Now given this situation, you might think that LDK shares rose on Friday. Well, they did.  LDK stock opened at $41.62, up $.89 on the open of trading.  The stock quickly moved up and traded at an intra-day high of $43.40 per share.  Then the stock started to retreat and ended up the day at $40.76, up to a whole nickel for the day.  In the end, not quite much of a rally for such an enormous accomplishment.

LDK has been falling in general since a recent high of $51, back on August 29th.  Much like other solar stocks it has been hit hard by the collapsing price of oil which has been declining rapidly since July.  Nearly all of the solar stocks have been on the decline lately and this tepid rise on Friday is a bit of an omen for LDK Solar.

Although this deal is a great prize for LDK’s future, for the moment investors might want to be guarded.  There are two ways to look at LDK as an investment play.  First, to wait and see how the company trades this week.  If it appears to have the strength (and other solar stocks are rallying) then it could be considered a buy for a quick gain.  Second, plan on potentially going into LDK Solar as a long-term investment.  If the stock does continue to drop, then investors could dollar cost average into the LDK shares regularly.  Or just set-up buying more shares at lower price points.

The good news is that if you buy LDK (or currently own it) this deal is going to provide a strong basis for the company over the coming years.  The Q Cells agreement makes LDK a stock to buy for a trade, with the possibility of getting a long run investment.  If you are looking to take a major long-term investment in solar, consider LDK as a strong candidate.

Gold Stocks

Gold Penny stocks to watch. Gold has become one of the best investments you can make today. Historically, investors have always turned to gold in a time of economic crisis. When the value of the dollar is plunging, the investment community rushes into gold as a way to protect their assets.

This current economic crisis isn’t just affecting us here in America, it’s affecting the entire world and investors everywhere are turning to gold as a safe haven. I think we all know that this global rescission is not going to magically disappear overnight which would also mean that the rise of gold prices won’t be slowing down just yet.

Last year alone world investment in gold nearly doubled, exceeding 1,900 tonnes-a value of around billion. Yet the government, central banks, and private investors are not the biggest driving force of Gold’s dramatic price increase. The highest demand for gold comes from the jewelry industry and America is not the country with the highest demand, India is.

A quick history lesson; gold import in India went thru strong restrictions during the two world wars and adopted a fully restricted policy after independence. They didn’t have a reformed policy until the early 1990′s. An interesting fact about the gold control regime was that it prohibited all gold transactions between residents and non-residents. This caused an effect similar to America’s prohibition of black market smuggling and unofficial transactions in foreign exchange began to flourish. India’s gold consumptions accelerated sharply during the 1990′s after the liberalization of the gold import policy.

Today India is the world’s largest consumers of gold. In the first quarter of this year, total consumer demand in India soared 698% to 193.5 tonnes. The jewelry industry there contributes over 15% of the country’s total exports and provides employment to 1.3 million people directly and indirectly.

Penny stocks are a great way to get into gold investing. One of the more profitable investment choices is gold stocks. Investors can buy shares in junior gold companies relatively cheap and see staggering gains once the gold starts coming out of the ground.

A junior mining company is an exploration company that looks for new deposits of gold, silver, uranium or other precious minerals. These companies target properties that are believed to have significant potential for finding large mineral deposits.

The junior gold mining companies often see the greatest impact on their share prices, so much so that you don’t have to wait to invest until the gold is being produced. When a junior gold company is in the exploration phase and strikes gold, the share price soars.

Oil stocks

Hot oil stock

Precision Petroleum Corporation is an independent energy company engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of oil and natural gas properties in the United States. Precision’s objective is to seek out and develop opportunities in the oil and natural gas sectors that represent a low-risk opportunity. As well, Precision aims to define larger projects that can be developed with Joint Venture partners. We consider it one of the top oil stocks.

PPTO Closed @ .95 Today Up Another 4%.  We are near the critical breakout point of 1.00.

This move past $1.00 is coming and once it does we are going to see a move to the old high of $1.58. We see a stock price of $2.00 to $3.00 based on the expected new flow.  This is a huge potential gain for members who choose to enter the stock this coming week.

PPTO has been on an acquisition hunt and is building a solid portfolio of producing properties which are going to gain value as oil rises. PPTO is in Oklahoma and Montana with properties which have huge reserves and a long history of producing solid results.

The average well purchased by PPTO has a 15-year lifespan.  PPTO is setting up for the benefit of shareholders on both a short and long term basis.

This world is watching as oil gathers more speed and climbs past $58 dollars this week.

Oil is up 10% this week and up 70% from the low of $34 per barrel set in February.

Analyst sentiment is turning and we have the beginning of a move to the $70 per barrel level.

Big board oils stocks like Exxon are headed higher on the NYSE.

The trend with the big oil stocks always trickles down to the smaller more nimble players in the oil patch.

PPTO is SUPER CHEAP and has the proper business plan , size , and perspective to be successful in this new oil stock rally.

We think PPTO @ .95 will prove to be very cheap as the stock keeps moving to $1.58, then $2.00 and eventually $3.00+. This move will be news driven.  We have spoken to management on repeated occasions via conference call. They tell us to expect more acquisition news.

The jet fuel leak that has been slowly creeping off Kirtland Airforce Base, and contaminating Albuquerque’s water supply while it’s at it, is “massive.” So massive that it’s in the Exxon Valdez oil spill category, said Albuquerque Journal science writer John Fleck yesterday in a column. And state officials think it’s a very serious problem.

The numbers are in dispute, Fleck noted, with the air force claiming the spill is between one and two million gallons, but the state environment department claiming it’s an eight-million-gallon spill. By comparison, the Exxon Valdez spilled 11 million gallons of oil in Alaska’s Prince Williams Sound in 1989.

The Kirtland jet fuel leak was discovered in 1999 but the problem began in the 1970s. It was only made public in 2008 when air force officials discovered it had migrated off the base into nearby groundwater. The fuel is sitting on top of groundwater, more than a foot deep in some areas.

Air Force officials downplayed the danger of the spill in 2008, saying that it would be cleaned up before it ever reached a drinking water well. But state environment department officials have a greater sense of urgency apparently.While there are 27 cases of contaminated groundwater in Bernalillo County, nothing comes close to the scale of the Kirtland jet fuel leak, and state officials want it cleaned up, said Fleck:

The urgency with which state regulators view the problem can be seen in an obscure but significant bureaucratic development last month. In an April 2 letter, the Environment Department informed the Air Force that jurisdiction over the fuel spill was being transferred from the state’s Groundwater Quality Bureau to the Hazardous Waste Bureau.

That might sound like boring organization chart stuff, but it has substantive implications. Groundwater regulators had little regulatory muscle to push the Air Force because of restrictions on their ability to tell federal agencies what to do. Not so the Hazardous Waste Bureau, which has broader legal authority to compel federal agencies to act to monitor and clean up spills.

The letter is an attempt to force the Air Force to drill more monitoring wells, to better characterize the extent of the contamination, to get a better handle on what the next steps in cleaning it up need to be.

“We need to know,” Bearzi said in an interview, “and we need to know now.”

Marijuana could be an exit drug, Will this help Marijuana stocks?

Marijuana could be an exit drug, Will this help marijuana stocks?

An often heard assertion about marijuana is that it’s a “gateway drug,” one that leads young people into using more dangerous drugs over time. But new research and programs are now examining its potential as an exit drug.

A recent study of a medical marijuana patients group found that a significant number of them were using the drug as a substitute for alcohol and other drugs

Forty percent have used cannabis as a substitute for alcohol, 26% as a substitute for illicit drugs and 66% as a substitute for prescription drugs. The most common reasons given for substituting were: less adverse side effects (65%), better symptom management (57%), and less withdrawal potential (34%) with cannabis.

The study reported in the Harm Reduction Journal focused more specifically on the use of marijuana as a treatment for alcoholism. A study of 92 medical marijuana patients using the drug as a substitute for alcohol found that marijuana was an effective treatment in 100 percent of the cases:

When addressing the efficacy of cannabis as a substitute for alcohol, all participants reported cannabis substitution as very effective (50%) or effective (50%). Ten percent of the patients reported being abstinent from alcohol for more than a year and attributed their success to cannabis. Twenty one percent of patients had a return of alcoholic symptoms when they stopped using cannabis. Reasons for stopping the cannabis use ranged from entering the armed forces to being arrested for using cannabis.

The use of marijuana as a “harm reduction” strategy in addiction and mental health services is being tested at the Harborside Health Center in Oakland, CA., in a program funded by the area’s largest medical marijuana dispensary. Harm Reduction Clinical Consultant Jennifer Janichek explained to the East Bay Express that harm reduction philosophy is that people will engage in risky behavior, so a focus should be on reducing the harm associated with those risks. Examples are needle exchanges, condom disbursements, and seat belt laws. And now, maybe “a little pot over a lot of OxyContin.”

This is yet another reason that there will be a push to legalize Marijuana. Most people believe it is just a matter of time. This may be why so many people are looking into investing in Marijuana stocks in hope to cash in big once it is legalized.

There are plenty of reason why people love pot stocks and love marijuana stocks. Don’t be surprised if Marijuana Stocks are next years bitcoin!

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‘Devastated’ Corzine Defends Actions

‘Devastated’ Corzine Defends Actions


WASHINGTON A contrite Jon Corzine expressed both sorrow and a firm defense of his actions Thursday in his first public appearance since the collapse of MF Global Holdings Ltd. in late October.


Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine takes his seat to testify about the firm’s bankruptcy during a hearing before the U.S. House Agriculture Committee.

“Like all of you, I am devastated by the enormous impact on many peoples’ lives resulting from the events surrounding the MF Global bankruptcy,” Mr. Corzine said at a hearing by the House Agriculture Committee, which subpoenaed the former MF Global chief executive last Friday. “Of course my distress and sadness pale in comparison to the losses and hardships that customers, farmers, ranchers and others ”employees and investors have suffered.”

Mr. Corzine, who resigned as chairman and CEO of MF Global after its Oct. 31 bankruptcy filing, is a former U.S. senator and governor of New Jersey.

He faced tough questioning by the Republican-led committee, creating an atmosphere fraught with political drama. Mr. Corzine, 64 years old, received President Obama’s support in 2009 for his unsuccessful campaign for re-election as governor and more recently held a fund-raising dinner for Mr. Obama.

Some of the initial questionings focused on a significant shortfall in customer funds at MF Global. As Mr. Corzine scrambled to stabilize the firm in its last days, it was discovered that hundreds of millions of dollars were missing in customer accounts.

Mr. Corzine said repeatedly that he became aware of the shortfall in customer accounts on “Sunday night,” referring to late Oct. 30 or early Oct. 31.

The trustee overseeing MF Global’s liquidation estimates the amount at $1.2 billion. Mr. Corzine said that he had little to do with the mechanics of moving customer cash and collateral and that he was “stunned” when he learned the money was missing.

“I simply do not know where the money is,” he said, noting that “there were an extraordinary number of transactions during MF Global’s last few days.”

The state of the firm’s books and records reflected chaos in the brokerage’s final days, he said.

Still, Mr. Corzine mounted a defense of his tenure at MF Global, arguing that he cut leverage at the company from 37.3 to 1 in the first quarter of 2010, when he took charge at MF Global, to 30 to 1 at the end. He also defended his bet on European debt. Mr. Corzine, who was also a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. chairman, took the helm of MF Global in March 2010 and quickly started making big bets on European government bonds.

Mr. Corzine defended his decision to invest in European sovereign bonds of countries including Italy, Spain and Portugal. The bet grew to more than $6 billion in a strategy that was repeatedly discussed by the company’s board.

“I strongly advocated the trading strategy,” Mr. Corzine said, noting that he had identified the yields on the bonds as “favorable” at a time when he and senior traders at the firm were “discussing ways to improve the firm’s profitability.”

He also noted that the firm structured the trade as a “repurchase to maturity,” which reduced some of MF Global’s financing risk and market risks on the strategy.

“I believed that [MF Global’s] investments in short-term European debt securities were prudent,” Mr. Corzine said. “There were discussions at board meetings, at which the transactions were described, analyzed and debated.”

Mr. Corzine said that on Aug. 15, 2011, he met with officials from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., to discuss the European bet.

Several days later, MF Global was told that it needed to raise capital to support its positions. He discussed a controversial lobbying effort he made to influence the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s plans to change rules regarding how futures commission merchants such as MF Global can treat customer funds.

The CFTC was considering a ban on internal repurchase agreements, in which futures firms swap customer funds for higher-yielding assets such as government bonds.

In a July 20 conference call with CFTC officials, including Chairman Gary Gensler, Mr. Corzine said he argued that such transactions should continue to be permitted because they could be beneficial to the futures commission merchants.

Mr. Corzine also said that he spoke with Mr. Gensler “on only limited occasions” since the time he joined MF Global. Mr. Gensler, who for years worked alongside Mr. Corzine at Goldman Sachs, recused himself from the investigation into MF Global’s collapse to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest.

In its final weeks as customers and counterparties fled the firm, MF Global undertook “extraordinary steps to ensure that it was able to honor customers’ requests to withdraw funds or collateral,” Mr. Corzine will say.

The firm unwound hundreds of millions of dollars of European debt trades and attempted to draw down loans from a consortium of banks led by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. In its question and answer period following Mr. Corzine’s statement, the House committee is sure to press him for answers about the missing customer cash.

Investigators believe MF Global in the week before it filed for bankruptcy protection shifted funds from the customer accounts to its broker-dealer, which handled the European-bond bet, according to people familiar with the matter.

Futures firms such as MF Global are prohibited from using customer cash in their own accounts, according to the Commodity Exchange Act. Mr. Corzine is widely expected to avoid directly answering specific questions about MF Global’s activities by invoking his Constitutional right against self-incrimination.

He said repeatedly that he doesn’t have all the information he needs to provide informed answers and he hasn’t had complete access to the firm’s records or his own notes since the bankruptcy.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is currently probing MF Global’s collapse and any statements could be used in a case against him. “He would be making a major mistake if he doesn’t take the Fifth on almost all of this,” said Anthony Sabino, a professor of law at St. John’s University who specializes in white-collar crime, referring to the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution. “He’s in a tight spot and he’s going to be under oath so he has to speak truthfully.”

Mr. Corzine is also expected to testify before a House Financial Services subcommittee and the Senate’s Agriculture committee next week. James Kobak, lead counsel for the trustee overseeing the liquidation of MF Global, and CFTC member Jill Sommers testified on an earlier panel at the Thursday hearing.

Ms. Sommers took on oversight of the agency’s investigation into MF Global after Mr. Gensler recused himself.

“While our current focus is returning as much money as possible to customers, we are expending an enormous amount of effort to locate the missing customer funds and pursuing the enforcement investigation,” Ms. Sommers said.

Several exchange representatives also testified, including CME Group Inc. Executive Chairman Terrence Duffy. Mr. Duffy disclosed in testimony new details about the final days of MF Global. CME auditors learned from the CFTC on Oct. 30, one day before MF Global filed for bankruptcy protection, that a draft segregation report provided to the CFTC on Oct. 28 showed a $900 million shortfall in customer funds. MF Global had said the shortfall was caused by an “accounting error,” according to Mr. Duffy.

Throughout the rest of the day and that night, CME auditors and the CFTC worked with MF Global to discover the error. After finding that the shortfall was not an error, MF Global told the CFTC and CME that “customer money had been transferred out of segregation to firm accounts,” Mr. Duffy said.

Aaron Lucchetti, Jamila Trindle and Jacob Bunge contributed to this article.

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Why Italy is not the next Greece

Equity markets have set their cross hairs on Italy this week, the eurozone’s third-largest economy and also one of Europe’s most indebted nations, second only to Greece. But the next Greece it is not, says one economist.

The recent fears over Italy materialized as concerns grow that Italian banks will perform poorly in a series of European stress tests (the results of the tests will be released Friday). That unease is further exacerbated by the fact that Italy’s debt burden, at 1.6-trillion euros, is far beyond the scope of any existing bailout funds.

But Emanuella Enenajor, economist for CIBC, points out that there are a few crucial differences that separate Italy from what she calls “other euro-area fiscal laggards.�

For instance, while countries like Greece struggle to make massive cuts and reign in bloated government budgets, Italy’s budget is in relatively good shape. The country deficit was only 4.6% of its GDP in 2010. Compare that with Greece, which saw a deficit of 10%, while Ireland had a deficit of 32.4% . Italy’s deficit was even lower than France, which posted a 7% gap in 2010.

On top of that, spending cuts are already well underway.

“Italy has already curtailed public sector wage gains, closed some tax loopholes, and divested government assets, broadly moving towards fiscal consolidation,� Ms. Enenajor said in a note. “In 2010, Italy reduced its deficit-to-GDP ratio by nearly a percentage point.�

The country also has a comparatively low unemployment rate compared to other European countries. Its rate has slid below the 8% eurozone average, and has been declining in recent months. In comparison, Greece’s unemployment rate is 16% and rising, while Spain’s is 21%.

Finally, Italy maintains a strong manufacturing base, one that contributes the same amount to GDP as does Germany’s manufacturing sector.

Ms. Enenajor does outline several wild card factors that put Italy at risk . For instance, Italy has 116-billion euros in debt coming due by the end of Q3, with around 316-billion euros to be refinanced over the next four quarters. That has unnerved many investors as yields have spiked in recent weeks, and refinancing costs escalate.

Of course, there is also the tenuous political situation in Italy. Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has wrangled with Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti over the budget recently, raising fears of political gridlock preventing a 40-billion euro austerity budget from passing through parliament.

But despite a few hiccups, Italy’s fundamentals haven’t been shaken, Ms. Enenajor said.

“A sudden breakdown of confidence, rather than an observable deterioration in fundamentals, appears to be the cause of the current contagion to Italy,� she said.

But that doesn’t guarantee sound fundamentals alone can save Italy from market panic.

“Even though Italian institutions have remained relatively sound up to now, market panic can become self-fulfilling if elevated yields reduce debt sustainability or bankingsector doubts hamper wholesale funding,� Ms. Enenajor said.


Solar Stocks

becoming increasingly popular… and could pay you as much as
$17,300 in the next 12 months.

a profitable–and yes legal way to run your electric meters
backwards� and it’s making some people quite a bit of
additional income.

see, on August 21, 2006, the government passed a law known as the
“SB-1 Energy Dividend Act.”

it allows homeowners to run their meters backwards.

Hagman — the actor who played J.R. Ewing on the hit drama series
Dallas — learned how to run his electric meter backwards in 2005.
He installed the system on his 42-acre avocado farm� and
has seen his electric bill fall from $37,000 per year to just $13!

across America, homeowners and businesses alike are slashing their
energy costs by switching to this new power system and running
their meters backwards.

to the Wall Street Journal, the number of homes running their
meter backwards nearly tripled between 2002 and 2006� going
from 2,805 to 7,446. Industry officials say these installations
will exceed 11,000 this year.

that’s why I’m writing to you today.

a small company in California that installs these systems.

fact, you can pick up shares for just $9. But not for long.

because this little-known company is so unique, it’s the only
publicly traded company of its kind. There’s nothing else out
there like it available to investors like you and me.

makes it so unique? Well it’s the only publicly-traded solar panel
installation company.

are a lot of publicly-traded companies that make solar panels like
First Solar, SunPower and Suntech. But this tiny $9 company is the
only one that actually comes to your home and installs the panels.

September 24, this small solar panel installation company finally
listed its shares for trading on the NASDAQ senior exchange. penny stocks news

to that, it traded on the OTC bulletin board, where it didn’t get
a lot of attention from Wall Street or John Q. Investor.

the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I
recommended this stock in my trading service last year. I got my
traders into the stock for a measly $3 a share.


when the stock moved to the NASDAQ, it shot up to hit a record
high of $9!

traders are sitting on a gain of 200%.

now that this solar stock is trading on the widely-followed
NASDAQ, it has matured from a speculative trade to a long-term


now that it’s on the NASDAQ, big institutional investors like Bear
Stearns and Goldman Sachs can buy this stock easily.

the buying has begun. On the first day the stock traded on the
NASDAQ, volume for this little puppy was over 1 million shares.
That’s massive, considering the stock’s average daily volume was
just 175,000!

the second day?

million shares.

this is just the beginning, trust me.

for good reason. Solar is the new oil. It’s an energy source
that’s abundant, clean and it never runs out. The price of solar
energy has come down… and it’ll soon be competitive with oil,
gas and coal.

why big investment institutions are lining up to buy this stock
just like they did with First Solar and SunPower. These solar
companies have exploded to the upside as investors have rushed the
doors in an effort to participate in the hottest technology in
alternative energy. Here are the charts for these two stocks:(SPWR) & (FSLR)


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