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Strategies & Market Trends : Speculating in Takeover Targets
CTG 7.880+0.3%Nov 22 4:00 PM EST

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From: richardred8/29/2012 1:35:49 PM
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Added to BRKS & ULBI as it breaks through its 52 week low today. ULBI has a bleak short term outlook, but has some new products in the pipeline. I'm impressed the CEO added in quantity to his position in an open market purchase. I listened to the CC awhile back. It gave a bleak outlook due to declining military sales and lack of new orders. This leading to a major loss of revenue and profit margins. For now, I think the balance sheet is in good shape till profitability comes on a much reduced sales base. A high risk/high reward situation, not for the faint of heart.. I have no idea what's on their R&D list. Necessity being the mother of invention. One product in the battery industry I know there needs to be improvement on, Is . A longer lasting battery for smart phones and tablets. I've seen some video of wireless charging of smart phones, witch is an improvement from the current cord mess. Most everyone I know with a smartphone, keeps a charger handy. IMO what we really need is longer lasting batteries. This along with low voltage mosfets which can preserve battery life . Hopefully IRF has some of those in their pipeline. I already own FEIM & SYMM for timing and synchronization of increasing bandwidth. Which I see being needed even more down the road.

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