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Old 12-11-2012, 02:07 AM #1
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BLDW is an investment of a lifetime. imo

• Completed R&D
• 2 patents issue
• 1 patent pending
• Plans to filing more patents
• Turbines set up in corpus Christi for a large commercial chain Kohl’s and plans to expand to 4 more cities
• Multiple LOI’s to be announced soon
• 30% Tax incentives
• NO DEBT! This is huge.
• 500k Turbine sale to one store more to come
• Green energy in high demand.
• Possible business with Stone’s Construction with over 20 buildings

• Designed for Urban environment
• Patented Vortex technology
• Blades inexpensive
• Research being done at the University of Texas and Texas State University
• Potential collaboration with solar companies

Mr. Getty
• Strong belief in green energy
• Strong network of connections
• International Relationships
• Connections in India

Business plans
• Find major retailers and developers
• International groups
• Hiring more staff
• Expansion to solar
• Working with Austin green energy group
• Possible expansion to LED lights
• Negotiations underway with solar companies
• Expansion to thermo-glass technology
• Plans to provide everything to make a building completely run with green energy
• Production up to par for sales.

Sales $$$
Per interview sales of 2.88 million-3.6 milion in the works
12-14 units * 60K * 4 buildings = 2.88 million-3.6 million total sales
Potential of 22-23 buildings which would be a total of 12 million in revenue

Share Structure
Market Value1 $8,878,538 a/o Nov 13, 2012
Shares Outstanding 177,570,750 a/o Jun 30, 2012
Float 10,382,824 a/o Jun 30, 2011
Authorized Shares 500,000,000 a/o Jun 30, 2011
Par Value 0.001

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Currently trading under .06 cents
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Old 12-12-2012, 08:54 PM #2
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Definitely an interesting find. There are a LOT of shares outstanding for so little revenue, though. It would take a huge jump in income, or a spectacular buy-out, for the shares to increase substantially in value.
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Old 12-14-2012, 12:01 AM #3
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Originally Posted by kapa o pango24 View Post
Definitely an interesting find. There are a LOT of shares outstanding for so little revenue, though. It would take a huge jump in income, or a spectacular buy-out, for the shares to increase substantially in value.
Regardless, the addition of Mr. Getty is huge. Getty gasoline ring a bell? He has already set up a business deal of 250 thousand dollars within a month of him joining the team. I think December will be a great time to accumulate shares as the whole "tax sell-off" trend can with hold buying. I am going to try to scoop anything under .05, even though I think anything under .30 is super cheap atm. If you watch Level, the ask is super thin. only 5k brings it back to .08-.10 it seems.

Float (total number of shares available to the public) is under 11 million. That is super tiny.

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Old 12-17-2012, 02:50 AM #4
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Old 01-02-2013, 07:20 PM #5
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A few issues to consider before investing in this company:

1. No debt.

Yes, no debt is a bad thing for a company like this. It is raising too many red flags. This tells us the company doesn't have a good enough product to need to expand. It also tells us that the company's net profit margin is so low (or negative) that interest on borrowed money would outweigh profit margins.

I like seeing some debt on a company's books. This means that they can borrow money at about ~6% and use it to make profits of greater than ~6% it pays on it. A small, growing company that cannot get higher returns than the going-interest-rate won't borrow money (as in this case), and will fail unless it changes its market strategy.

2. Wind Energy

Wind energy may be fast growing, but it isn't profitable or cost efficient. Wind and solar power are largely still alive only because of government subsidies, not because it makes free-market sense to do. Without the subsidies, most wind energy would disappear.

3. The product doesn't make sense

These turbines are made for office buildings and maybe small factories. The problem with this is that the most power intensive times of the day for offices are between 9am and 4pm, while wind speeds are generally at their highest early morning and late evening, with lulls during midday.

Given that the turbines don't turn during the hours offices and factories most need them, and we do not have the technology to efficiently store large amounts of energy, this product does not make business sense for a company to purchase.

Larger competitors can do this better

2 patents won't scare large competitors. With only a few patents, I doubt this company has any real proprietary advantage over larger firms in the same industry. Other companies will simply buy the patents if they truly hold value. If this firm held, say, 40 patents, I may be a little more interested.

Tell me what you think.
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Old 02-21-2013, 12:44 PM #6
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What a find!
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Old 05-27-2013, 02:45 PM #7
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I wouldn't do it. The only reason I buy penny stocks is for the pump n dumps. A good penny stock to get into if you're into day trading is GNIN, it's super volatile and I know there's a big following that likes to pump it up and then short it with offshore brokers.
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