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BlueFire Ethanol Inc. (OTC: BFRE) was established to deploy the proven Arkenol Technology Process ("Technology") for the profitable conversion of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) cellulosic materials to ethanol. BlueFire's use of the Arkenol Technology positions it as the only cellulose-to-ethanol company worldwide with demonstrated production of ethanol from urban trash (post-sorted MSW), rice and wheat straws, wood waste and other agricultural residues. BlueFire is the exclusive, perpetual, North America Licensee of the Technology for use in the production of ethanol for the transportation fuel market. BlueFire's goal is to develop and operate high-value carbohydrate-based transportation fuel production facilities worldwide. These "biorefineries" will convert widely available, inexpensive, organic materials such as agricultural residues, high-content biomass crops, wood residues, and cellulose in municipal solid wastes into ethanol. As part of the process of going public, several Biorefinery project development and engineering assets have been contributed to BlueFire valued at over $16,000,000.

BlueFire's technology is extremely versatile, both in its ability to utilize a wide variety of feedstocks and in the end-products that it can produce. This versatility enables BlueFire to consider a wide variety of feedstocks and locations in which to develop facilities to become the lowest cost producer of ethanol.
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July 11 - BlueFire Ethanol, Inc., the Global Technology Leader in MSW Cellulose-to-Ethanol Conversion, Completes Entry Into the Public Market

Ethanol Development Company Begins Trading under the Symbol BFRE

BlueFire Ethanol Inc. (OTC: BFRE) ("BlueFire") was established to deploy the proven Arkenol Technology Process ("Technology") for the profitable conversion of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) cellulosic materials to ethanol. BlueFire's use of the Arkenol Technology positions it as the only cellulose-to-ethanol company worldwide with demonstrated production of ethanol from urban trash (post-sorted MSW), rice and wheat straws, wood waste and other agricultural residues. BlueFire is the exclusive, perpetual, North America Licensee of the Technology for use in the production of ethanol for the transportation fuel market. BlueFire's goal is to develop and operate high-value carbohydrate-based transportation fuel production facilities worldwide. These "biorefineries" will convert widely available, inexpensive, organic materials such as agricultural residues, high-content biomass crops, wood residues, and cellulose in municipal solid wastes into ethanol. As part of the process of going public, several Biorefinery project development and engineering assets have been contributed to BlueFire valued at over $16,000,000.

BlueFire's technology is extremely versatile, both in its ability to utilize a wide variety of feedstocks and in the end-products that it can produce. This versatility enables BlueFire to consider a wide variety of feedstocks and locations in which to develop facilities to become the lowest cost producer of ethanol.

With the research and development work completed, patent protections in place, the product markets researched, a proven demonstration plant and several full-scale biorefinery projects currently in various stages of development, BlueFire is uniquely positioned to become the world leader in the development, ownership and operation of these biorefineries. BlueFire has completed the arrangement of the major commitments necessary to proceed with final development of the First Commercial North American Waste to Ethanol Production Facility for construction expected by early 2007.

BlueFire will use several strategic "assets" to enter selected markets and sustain its position in those markets when faced with the inevitable competitive response. These strategic assets include:

-- Utility -- the usefulness of BlueFire's technology to process
cellulose waste to ethanol;
-- Pricing -- the competitive price of its products;
-- Flexibility -- the flexibility to use a wide variety of raw materials
for feedstocks;
-- Geographic Diversity -- the opportunity for the geographic
distribution of production facilities, i.e., the ability to locate
facilities close to their customer base;
-- Political Value -- the technology's attractiveness for sustainable
economic development and resource independence; and
-- Experience -- the BlueFire teams' experience in applying the
technology and developing similar types of facilities.

Using these strategic assets, BlueFire intends to build a multinational company that leads the world in producing biobased transportation fuels. Its business will encompass development activities leading to the construction and long-term operation of production facilities while maintaining technological advantage of the process technology and all its improvements. In doing so, BlueFire expects to grow the company's revenues to over $10 billion per year domestically.

Ethanol is utilized in a 5 to 10% blend in the U.S. and currently enjoys a modest market of over 4 billion gallons per year and is mandated to grow to over 7.5 billion gallons by 2012. California presently has a one billion gallon per year demand with no significant production in the State. Ethanol blended with gasoline at 85%, provide additional market demand for supply for existing E85 vehicles. In the longer-term, as new hydrogen technologies evolve commercially ethanol is a safe, clean, and inexpensive way to deliver hydrogen to hybrid vehicle fuel cells.

Use of abundant and low cost waste materials provide competitive advantages over existing methods of ethanol production. Use of BlueFire Technology shifts the paradigm for the ethanol market by decoupling production costs from feedstock costs creating a business model with greater predictability on a long-term basis.

Ethanol will be produced from biorefinery facilities opportunistically constructed on or near landfills, waste collection and waste separation sites. Each facility will deploy the proprietary technology, which uses all cellulosic waste materials traditionally disposed of in landfills as feedstock. Ethanol will be marketed to local refiners for blending into the transportation fuel market as an additive to gasoline to provide octane, dilute toxics and extend fuel supplies.

The biorefineries will produce other marketable products, including lignin, gypsum and animal feed. Lignin will be sold or used as fuel to provide the steam and electricity needs of the biorefineries. Gypsum will be sold as a soil amendment or raw material for the building industry. A small amount of waste yeast will be sold as animal feed.

For the last four years, the Technology has been successfully used by an unrelated, independent, and internationally recognized corporation to produce ethanol for the Japanese transportation fuel market. Over the last 10 years, the initial testing on a vast array of potential feedstock has been completed both in the U.S. and at various locations throughout the world.
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yeh looks good company, although too high stock price though for a pink.

i like idea though. i have read that ethanol even if all the corn in US was used, would still only contribute 12% of energy. So people like bio-diesel and cellulose-ethanol stuff more as long term solution.

ill put it on my watchlist though.


"First Commercial North American Waste to Ethanol Production Facility for construction expected by early 2007." isnt NSOL coming out with one in Toms River, NJ earlier?

"In doing so, BlueFire expects to grow the company's revenues to over $10 billion per year domestically." 10Billion?! that sounds a bit unreasonable from one planned project. Id like to see a Popular Science Article or soemthing saying they are the real deal. GIving a number like that on the 1st day of trading is crazy, hah.
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excellent.. only pinkies can put out a PR saying they expect company revenues to grow to 10B per year..lol.. is this a small california based waste/ethanol conversion company or biggest oil giant on the planet???? reminds me of IOTN during 90's.. but oh well.. SEC cant even fine this sucker CEO.. the IP assets of company has been evaluated around 16M by booze hamilton.. so how long does it take for a 16M worth company to have revenues around 10B????????
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BlueFire Announces Plan for Rapid Deployment of Multiple Facilities
Wednesday July 19, 9:00 am ET

http://biz.yahoo.com/iw/060719/0145555.html

IRVINE, CA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jul 19, 2006 -- BlueFire Ethanol, Inc. (Other OTC:BFRE.PK - News) announced today it is forming Joint Venture Development Partnerships with qualified and experienced regional developers throughout the United States and Canada. These partnerships will enable BlueFire to rapidly deploy their cellulose conversion technology in North America while targeting specific geographic areas with the highest demand for ethanol fuels and available feedstock supply. BlueFire will be project lead and equity owner in projects utilizing their technology.

BlueFire Ethanol, Inc. was established to deploy the commercially ready, patented, and proven Arkenol Technology Process for the profitable conversion of cellulosic ("Green Waste") waste materials to ethanol, a proven and highly desirable alternative to gasoline. BlueFire's use of the Arkenol Process Technology positions it as the only cellulose-to-ethanol company worldwide with demonstrated production of ethanol from urban trash (post-sorted MSW), rice and wheat straws, wood waste and other agricultural residues. Our goal is to develop and operate high-value carbohydrate-based transportation fuel production facilities worldwide. These "biorefineries" will convert widely available, inexpensive, organic materials such as agricultural residues, high-content biomass crops, wood residues, and cellulose from MSW into ethanol.

BlueFire is committed to the concepts of integrity, profitability and increasing shareholder value. Therefore as part of a multifaceted effort, BlueFire plans to, concurrent with the development of its own facilities, form associations with a select group of companies for deployment of the technology. BlueFire proposes to do this through strategic Partnerships, with candidates who have demonstrated experience and exhibit a qualified business model into which the BlueFire technology will form a key business component. A pivotal element for Partnership qualification is the ability to show the potential for key elements essential to the BlueFire process. These include, but are not limited to,

-- Access to a reliable source of input raw material including by
example,
-- Landfill locations
-- Long term landfill diversion facilities
-- Sources for wood and other cellulose input streams
-- An ethanol sales plan
-- Potential for co-location with cogeneration facilities (new or
existing), or
-- A business plan that tightly links to a waste segregation plan or
system
-- Expansion or replication potential (a pipeline of potential projects)
-- Regional diversity
-- Existing transportation infrastructure
-- Applicant experience, credibility in the market, and credit worthiness
are essential

BlueFire has categorized its expansion plans and desires to enter into a portfolio of strategic Partnerships. This plan of using synergistic relationships is believed by BlueFire as the most effective and prudent manner to maximize its operation and expand its market presence. BlueFire has targeted regions where it believes the maximum potential exist. Included in these regions are large urban areas where waste disposal is a problem and landfill disposal alternatives are important, additionally agricultural areas where agricultural residues disposal present challenges are targeted. Further included are areas abutting National Forests where there is a pressing (and long-term) need to dispose of dead or diseased vegetation.

CEO Arnold Klann, in discussing these expansion plans stated: "Since BlueFire technology has been in actual production for over four years in NEDO's pilot plant in Japan, we are well beyond the research and development stage of our business plan. In the last few months, we entered into joint venture discussions with several leading industrial companies, which we believe will result in the execution of definitive agreements to begin construction of biorefineries within the next few months. The average construction time for such biorefineries will last approximately 14 months, with commercial production and realization of sizeable revenues being generated for the Company by the end of the third quarter of 2007. Our first biorefinery under negotiation is capable of producing about ten million gallons of ethanol per year resulting in gross profits in excess of 40% of gross revenues. Subsequent facilities will be sized at 55 million gallons per year. Since our expansion plans are primarily designed around joint venture relationships, the Company can undertake the simultaneous construction of more than one biorefinery at a time. Our projections call for a minimum of 20 biorefineries to be in commercial production within the next 7 years in North America. As these joint ventures are finalized, we will announce them to our shareholders and the market."

BlueFire encourages interested parties to contact it for consideration.

To follow the results of BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. and to be added to our database for Company updates, please click on the following link: http://www.b2i.us/irpass.asp?BzID=1437&to=ea&s=0
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Up 16.59 % today!
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this stock is hot
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This baby has been hot the past two days!
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I fired off an e-mail just asking some questions on the direction and some possible times lines today.. This thing has been Blue fire hot
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Looks good the past couple of weeks
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up 18% today to 5.90
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Wednesday, February 28 2007 12:26 PM, EST

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BlueFire Ethanol Wins U.S. Department of Energy Grant

Market Wire "US Press Releases "

IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/28/07 -- BlueFire Ethanol, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: BFRE) has been awarded up to $40 million from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) cellulosic ethanol grant program to develop a solid waste biorefinery project at a landfill in Southern California.

"This award clearly recognizes BlueFire as a leading player in the commercialization of cellulosic ethanol," said Arnold Klann, CEO and President of BlueFire Ethanol. "We look forward to building the first commercial cellulosic ethanol plant in the world that can be repeated across the country, turning cellulosic waste from landfills into ethanol."

"BlueFire Ethanol will play a critical role in helping to bring cellulosic ethanol to market, teaching us how to produce it in a more cost effective manner," Secretary Bodman said. "Ultimately, success in producing affordable cellulosic ethanol could be the key to eliminating our nation's addiction to oil. By relying on American ingenuity for fuel, we will enhance our nation's energy and economic security."

The Southern California Biorefinery Project will turn green waste and wood residues at landfills into about 19 million gallons of fuel grade ethanol per year. Additional products that will also be sold include lignin, gypsum, and yeast. BlueFires's current production estimates for the project will be significantly lower that DOE's cellulosic ethanol goal of $1.07/gal in production costs by 2012, and DOE's current estimate of approximately $2.26/gal.

Klann added BlueFire will help DOE accelerate its goals for the cellulosic ethanol industry with the successful completion of its project.

"This is an important milestone for BlueFire Ethanol and a significant opportunity to demonstrate the use of new energy supplies in our landfills," he added. "Our biorefinery will enable us to be located directly in the markets with the highest demand for ethanol while helping cities to manage landfill waste."

Construction is expected to begin by the end of this year with start-up expected on or before the end of 2009. BlueFire's process could be repeated at most of the more than 1,600 landfill sites across the nation. Because it captures the more potent greenhouse gas methane as part of its process as well as provide renewable fuel, BlueFire will reduce greenhouse gases that cause global warming.

All of the ethanol produced will be sold under the terms of a long-term contract with Petro-Diamond, Inc., a wholly owned Mitsubishi Corp. subsidiary. Colmac Energy will purchase all of the lignin produced for use as boiler fuel for its biomass power plant located in Riverside County. The gypsum will be sold to local landscape wholesalers and the yeast will be sold as an animal feed supplement.

In February 2006, DOE announced a $160 million grant program that would provide cost-share funding over four years to build up to three U.S. biorefineries. The program's goal is to demonstrate that commercial biorefineries can be profitable once initial construction costs are paid. Projects are required to show a 60/40 (industry/government) cost share.

In order to receive regular updates on BFRE please click on the following link: http://www.b2i.us/irpass.asp?BzID=1437&to=ea&s=0

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BlueFire Ethanol CEO to Discuss Green Waste-to-Ethanol at Bank of America Energy Conference

IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/13/07 -- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. (OTCBB: BFRE) CEO Arnold R. Klann will discuss BlueFire's patented, proven technology to profitably convert urban green waste destined for landfills to ethanol at the upcoming Bank of America Energy Conference at The Ritz-Carlton in Key Biscayne, FL, on Friday, November 16, in a panel discussion at 11:25 a.m. and for an individual presentation at 1:25 p.m.

The conference will bring senior executives from more than 80 leading energy companies including BP p.l.c., ConocoPhillips, Evergreen Solar, Inc., Halliburton Company, Occidental Petroleum Corporation and Tesoro Corporation Inc. to speak directly to top institutional investors.

"We are pleased that Bank of America is recognizing the value of BlueFire Ethanol's ground-breaking work over the past 15 years by inviting us to present alongside some of the largest and most established leaders in the energy industry," said BlueFire Ethanol CEO Arnold Klann. "This is a testament to the success of our efforts in deploying BlueFire's proprietary technology that uses a broad array of low-cost cellulosic waste feedstocks to make economically viable and environmentally friendly cellulosic ethanol."

As one of six awardees in the U.S. Department of Energy's program to increase the use of renewable and alternative fuels, BlueFire will receive $40MM as part of the $385MM grant program. The agreement with the DOE equips BlueFire Ethanol with funding for a commercial ethanol production facility using materials diverted from landfills and designed to demonstrate the economic feasibility and environmental superiority of producing ethanol from cellulosic waste materials. BlueFire was also awarded a $1MM grant from the California Energy Commission.

Most recently BlueFire was one of sixteen pre-applicants, out of a total of 143, to submit a formal application under the loan guarantee program which will provide federal loan guarantees for clean energy projects and is expected to spur further investment in these advanced energy technologies.

BlueFire's roll out strategy is to place bio-refineries on or near landfills, thereby utilizing the incoming cellulosic stream as feedstock and alleviating any food vs. fuel issues. By locating bio-refineries directly in the markets with the highest demand for ethanol, BlueFire Ethanol's technology can also help cities manage landfill waste and prevent long-haul ethanol transportation issues.

If you would like to receive regular updates on BlueFire Ethanol, please click on the following link: http://www.b2i.us/irpass.asp?BzID=1437&to=ea&s=0
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Big Oil Warms to Ethanol and Biofuel Companies

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Michael Stravato for The New York Times

Joe Judice stands nears a patch of tall energy cane that he grows in Louisiana for Verenium Corporation, a small company that is testing new forms of biofuels in alliance with BP.

Published: May 26, 2009
JENNINGS, La. — For decades, the big oil companies and the farm lobby have been fighting about ethanol, with the farmers pushing to produce more of it and the refiners arguing it was a boondoggle that would do little to solve the country’s energy problems.

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The erstwhile enemies, it turns out, are gradually learning to get along, as refiners increasingly see a need to get involved in ethanol production. Ethanol, made chiefly from corn, now represents about 9 percent of the country’s market for liquid fuels. And the percentage is growing year after year because of federal mandates. With the nation’s thirst for gasoline, and the ethanol that is blended into it, expected to revive when the economy does, the oil companies want to be in a position to take full advantage.

The interest expressed by big oil companies is coming in the nick of time for small companies that desperately need capital and cannot find it these days in the private markets. Take the case of Verenium Corporation, a small company based in Cambridge, Mass., that here in Jennings is testing new forms of biofuels in alliance with BP. Instead of ethanol made from food crops, the partners are devising a version from grasses in the sugar cane family.

The experiments here are preparation for building a second, $250 million plant in Florida with the capacity to produce 36 million gallons a year of new biofuels — the first commercial plant of its type built with oil company money and expertise. Verenium scientists have already developed a secret sauce of enzymes and microbes that ferment and distill biomass into ethanol. Now BP is contributing technical expertise aimed at getting the temperatures and pressures in the vats just right.

Commercial success is not assured, of course. But the fact that a major oil company has even made an alliance to go commercial with Verenium is considered a breakthrough by many ethanol executives.

“Any time you get Big Oil into the game, that changes the paradigm because nobody can go large scale chemical engineering like Big Oil,” said Brent Erickson, an executive vice president of the Biotechnology Industry Organization, a trade group.

Only two years ago, BP had only a miniscule investment in biofuels. But since then the company has committed $1.5 billion to various projects. Along with its work with Verenium, it entered a partnership with a Brazilian concern last year to produce ethanol from sugar cane. Lessons learned in Louisiana may eventually help convert Brazilian cane into more advanced biofuels, researchers say, producing a potentially vast new reserve for BP.

BP also speaks with optimism about a partnership with DuPont to test production of biobutanol, an advanced liquid alcohol fuel that is made from the same feed stocks as advanced ethanols and is compatible with existing pipelines and car engines. Executives say they hope to begin making the fuel in large amounts by 2013.

“We can see biofuels as being a really big potential reservoir,” said Phil New, president of the company’s BP Biofuels unit. “For an energy firm to get into sugar cane farming is a pretty big move.”

Oil companies are still skeptical about conventional ethanol, especially the type made from corn, which they say corrodes pipelines and is inefficient.
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The plant here is just one sign that the big oil companies are now at least grudgingly accepting biofuels — particularly those made from wastes and nonfood sources, which do not bear corn ethanol’s stigma of raising food prices.

The big change came in the 2007 energy law enacted by Congress that set ambitious mandates for refineries to blend increasing amounts of biofuels over the years. By 2022 they will be obliged to blend 36 billion gallons of biofuels, or more than three times current levels.

“If the government is going to make a market happen, we needed to be able to participate commercially in that market,” Mr. New said.

The companies also say that as crude oil becomes ever more difficult and expensive to find, biofuels can bolster their reserves.

“There will be a need for all these fuels,” said Graeme Sweeney, executive vice president for future fuels and carbon dioxide at Royal Dutch Shell. He predicted that the 1 percent of the world’s transportation fuels that are biofuels today “could easily be 10 percent in the next decade or so.”

Shell was the first of the Big Oil companies to venture into the new biofuels, getting its toes wet in 2002 by providing money to a Canadian company called Iogen Corporation to research making ethanol from plant waste. Shell would not discuss how much money it is now investing in biofuels, but said it had quadrupled biofuel research spending since 2007.

Shell has also formed partnerships with a variety of small companies at work on improving enzymes that break down various plants and waste materials for ethanol, making fuels from algae and even biogasoline from sugary liquids derived from plant materials. Chevron has formed a joint venture with Weyerhaeuser to develop biofuels from wood waste.


And Valero Energy Corporation, the country’s largest petroleum refiner, has snapped up seven corn ethanol plants from VeraSun Energy in recent months since VeraSun filed for bankruptcy protection last fall. Valero has suggested that it could transform the plants for newer blends of ethanol.

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Go to Blog » Each initiative is still small compared with the companies’ multibillion dollar oil exploration and refining budgets, prompting skeptics to say they are more interested in improving their image than producing clean fuels.

“If we depend too heavily on the big oil companies to drive the biofuel agenda,” warned Jeff Broin, chief executive of the ethanol producer Poet, “we’ll be using large volumes of oil for many, many years to come.”

But taken together, the research projects and deals are a sharp contrast to the scaled-back oil company projects in other alternative energy sources like hydrogen and solar. And the support is very welcome for small entrepreneurial companies that are long on new technologies and short on capital.

“With any start-up company, people say `Wow, but is it going to work?’ ” said Randy Cortright, founder and chief operating officer of Virent Energy Systems. His company wants to make a biogasoline from plant sugars that is chemically similar to gasoline produced by conventional petroleum refineries.

He said Shell’s investment raised his company’s credibility with lenders “by giving their vote of confidence in this technology, spending resources and providing their own people for development.” Shell also will eventually distribute the product, he said, “and they already have the infrastructure for taking the product to the fuel pump so the consumer can use it.”

Arnold R. Klann, chief executive of BlueFire Ethanol, a company that converts municipal waste into ethanol and is looking for financing to build plants, said lenders wanted to know that an ethanol company had credible long-term customers to generate revenues. He said he had draft contracts with two major oil companies he could not yet identify that were interested in investing in his operations and using his fuels.

“There is tremendous interest by the oil companies to invest in these first-of-a-kind projects,” Mr. Klann said. “Where they were initially investing very tentatively in new technology development, in the last year they have begun to finally invest in companies that are building commercial production facilities.”

Here in Jennings, BP technicians advise Verenium technicians on what types of metals to use to line their pipes, what kind of valves will last longest and how to position blades in fermenting tanks to best mix chemicals and feed stocks. It is all an effort to reduce the price of the product to quickly compete with conventional ethanol and perhaps, eventually, with gasoline.

“We are the chef, and they are more like the restaurant manager,” said Mark G. Eichenseer, Verenium’s vice president for operations. “We have the recipes, and they have the experience and know-how to select the pots and pans.”
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Notice on the chart the double bottom at the 52-week low of .17 and now that all 4 leading indicators have upticked. When the 4 indicators cross their lower outliers (-100 for CCI, 20 for Fast Sto, -80 for Wm%R, and -.2 for StochRSI), that will be a sure fire reversal signal.

Confirmation can be seen by the MACD histogram bars which have now leveled off.

BFRE is a STRONG BUY right here at 52-week low, especially considering the massive news that is lurking.

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My ST account this morning shows it as can't sell this security and my PS and value are all 0! What's going on????
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Called ST and they say there is a name change.
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Anyone have an opinion on this ticker? This had a pretty decent run in September of 2010, and was able to hold most of it gains, a pretty impressive amount of the gains were held for a pink imo. Since the run in september though it has consolidated beautifully staying above the 200ma. This is definitely worth watching in my opinion, with a litte effort this could get on top of the 15ema on the daily. The 50ma is also right at the current price level, and with the price getting above both the 15ema and 50ma there is potential for some decent upside. The risk on this play is also pretty limited, the 200 ma is pretty close and sitting at .35.

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