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post #121 of 215

starting to see some action in this one again....not sure it'll run though

post #122 of 215
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starting to see some action in this one again....not sure it'll run though



yeah, I have been watching it recently too.

post #123 of 215
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starting to see some action in this one again....not sure it'll run though

one of my ol plays from many months ago...illhave to watch it again...nice volume a couple times the past month wink.gif

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post #124 of 215

ran again today

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pulling back perfectly....


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reason running is their is all kinds of articles that came out last week that apple will be using liquid metal in the iphone 5. i think this is gonna be huge

post #127 of 215

looks like it is gonna gap up again. this one definately worth looking at. do some dd. been on cnn and lots of news. just google it

post #128 of 215

If you get in now at .410, there's a good chance you can get burned up fast. If i look at the daily chart, it looks way to high. Or am I wrong ?

post #129 of 215

do a search learn all you can then make your decision. i dont think we will se 40 again

post #130 of 215
dang thing keeps dropping off my radar...played this one back in the day lol suspicious.gif

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Liquidmetal® Technologies Reports Annual Revenue of $1 Million for the Year Ended 2011
23 days 18 hours 19 minutes ago - BusinessWire via Comtex
Liquidmetal® Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: LQMT) today announced its financial results for the three months ended and year ended December 31, 2011. The Company reported revenues of $0.25 million and $1 million for the fourth quarter ended and year ended December 31, 2011, respectively. Furthermore, the Company closed out the fourth quarter with an operating loss of $1.7 million and $6.5 million for the year end.

Mr. Tom Steipp, President and CEO, commented, “Liquidmetal Technologies has reached an important milestone enabling it to realize the benefits of its partner relationships. By the end of 2011, we are now able to source alloy feedstock from Materion, process our alloys using next generation molding machines from Engel and manufacture commercial parts at our contract manufacturer, Visser Precision Cast. Looking forward, we will be working with our partners to scale up these production capabilities while engaging with customers in aerospace, medical, sporting goods and other industries.”
post #132 of 215
but being up like this on no news and a few newsletters pumping means its too late for me to play now rolleyes.gif
post #133 of 215

Amen.

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but being up like this on no news and a few newsletters pumping means its too late for me to play now rolleyes.gif

 

 

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post #135 of 215

 i am sure some of these groups are claiming it now to look good but i really beleive this run is due to speculation on the posibilities of liquid metal. endless posibilities with it. here are some military apps on it. i do not play group plays i look for something i beleive has a good chance of doing well. this one i do. i put the shares in my roth not my trading account

 



Defense and Tactical Applications

Liquidmetal Technologies has partnered for several years with many Department of Defense agencies and contractors to enhance defense and tactical product performance. Our alloys have 2-3 times the strength of both stainless steel and titanium yet can be molded like plastic into complex shapes and parts. We also have done work with the US Army developing penetrators and armor piercing shells. Liquidmetal® alloys and composites material properties are highly beneficial for numerous Space, Air, Land and Sea applications. The Liquidmetal optimized process, chemistry and atomic structure enables near net-shape processing characteristics making the fabrication of highly sophisticated and complex structures possible while eliminating most secondary machining and processing.

The properties of Liquidmetal alloys suitable for the defense applications are:



High Yield Strength
High Hardness
High Strength to Weight Ratio
Superior Elastic Limit
High Corrosion Resistance
High Wear-Resistance

Unique Acoustical Properties
Low Melting Temperature
Net-shape Casting
Fabrication Process Similar to Plastics
Non-Magnetic




The Department of Defense has extensively researched Liquidmetal for Kinetic Energy Penetrator (KEP) rod. The KEP, the key component of the highly effective armor piercing ammunition system, currently utilizes Depleted Uranium (DU) because of its density and self-sharpening behavior. Ballistic tests conducted by the Army have proven that the Liquidmetal composites exhibit self-sharpening similar to the DU KEP, but environmentally benign KEP rods.

The high strength and lightweight attributes of Liquidmetal alloys enable the Department of Defense to support its transformation toward lighter smaller and more cost effective systems. Liquidmetal Technologies is supporting research and development for a wide range of military applications.





Examples include:



Fuzes and Sub-Munition Components
Composite Armor
Light Weight Casings for Ordnance
MEMS Casings and Components
Thin Walled Casings and Components for Electronics
Casings for Night Sights and Optical Devices
Missile Components:Fins, nosecones, gimbals, and bodies
Spacecraft, Aircraft, UAV & Ship Components

Lighter Weight Fragmentation Devices
Aircraft Fasteners
EMP and EMI Shielding
Novel KEP's
Fuzes and Sub-Munition Components
post #136 of 215
sure but it does have a history...not a quality one either lol...we'll see if this is the one biggrin.gif
post #137 of 215

sure does but i don't know of a penny stock out thier that does not have a history. all stocks in penny world go public for one reason. that is to sell shares into the market to earn money. and they sold alot but over all the os is not that bad. hopefully they finnally have enough going for them that they do not have to dilute. time will tell on that. so far i am very happy. up another 37.8% today

 

Shares Outstanding 160,137,306 a/o Mar 15, 2012

Shareholders of Record 223 a/o Mar 30, 2012

 

i dont buy blindly. i research everything i can before diving in. cost me a little more for my shares if something is running however in the long run it pays to research first then buy. this one is one of the better ones i have seen in a while

post #138 of 215
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sure does but i don't know of a penny stock out thier that does not have a history. all stocks in penny world go public for one reason. that is to sell shares into the market to earn money. and they sold alot but over all the os is not that bad. hopefully they finnally have enough going for them that they do not have to dilute. time will tell on that. so far i am very happy. up another 37.8% today

Shares Outstanding 160,137,306 a/o Mar 15, 2012


Shareholders of Record 223 a/o Mar 30, 2012

i dont buy blindly. i research everything i can before diving in. cost me a little more for my shares if something is running however in the long run it pays to research first then buy. this one is one of the better ones i have seen in a while

dont doubt you for a minute wink.gif
so far so good
hope it works out in the end...whenever that may be thumbup.gif
post #139 of 215

here is another story on apple possibly using liquid metal on mac books. these articles are poping up everywhere on the net.

http://www.slashgear.com/macbook-pro-2012-liquidmetal-integration-tipped-23224283/

post #140 of 215
hope you got out in good shape
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