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From: Kevin Podsiadlik8/23/2018 2:49:40 PM
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Have I stumbled on the REAL reason for REFR's run this week?


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To: Kevin Podsiadlik who wrote (109)8/23/2018 7:50:55 PM
From: DashernComet
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I think the trading volume and the price action looks far more like one of the old Tim Sykes pump and dump raids.
This would be the third time—what a charm!

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To: DashernComet who wrote (110)8/27/2018 9:31:51 AM
From: DashernComet
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Why isn’t Gauzy shown on the RFI website as a licensee?

smartglass.com

No Gauzy to be seen.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (111)8/28/2018 10:29:45 PM
From: DashernComet
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I have been wrong for years, REFR is not a “Story Stock”.

REFR is a “Hope Stock”.


There is no plausible story, stuckholders just “hope” something good will come out of Woodbury.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (112)8/29/2018 9:39:43 PM
From: DashernComet
1 Recommendation   of 168
 
Hope stock story #2

Dixon is all giddy and titalate because volume is (happy surprise) triple normal volume and the stock price is up 30% in a week and a half.

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Like we have never seen this “hope” event before—go back and look at a chart for REFR in April 2018.


What did we see in April?
Volume spiked
Price spiked


Why?


We had the same good news both in April and August......Joe sold more stock and issued more warrants and got another year or so of cash in the barn.
Is it Gauzy?
Panasonic?
Vision Systems?
Avery Dennison?
No
No
No
No


Life support was continued and so was hope.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (113)8/30/2018 10:43:05 AM
From: DashernComet
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Hope is never having to tell the truth

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To: DashernComet who wrote (114)9/1/2018 3:57:18 PM
From: DashernComet
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So poor Dixon is called out as the perfect contrarian indicator—and there is no rebuttal.

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And no denial.

I’m going to Faribault next week. Gonna be interesting to hear their take on RFI and Gauzy. I shan’t elaborate.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (115)9/4/2018 8:20:37 AM
From: DashernComet
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So the matters of integrity and revenues have been brought up—and Longs deny there is a problem.

The issue of why REFR has become a chronically sub $1 stock is clear to some.

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To: DashernComet who wrote (116)9/20/2018 11:13:05 AM
From: StockDung
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BUT ITS NOT REEFR-> "Large dimmable panoramic windows provide an unobstructed view and can be adjusted in tint according to outside ambient lighting conditions."
https://www.railwayage.com/passenger/whats-inside-dome-car-number-two/

What’s inside dome car number two?

Written by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief September 06, 2018 Intercity, News, Passenger


Stadler Pankow GmbH’s second double-deck dome car for Canada’s Rocky Mountaineer luxury tourist train is on its way to Kamloops, B.C., crossing the Atlantic Ocean and making its way to the West Coast through the Panama Canal and the Pacific Ocean.

In 2015, Stadler received an order for the design, development and production of ten custom-built GoldLeaf railcars to complete the Rocky Mountaineer fleet. The first car is completing track testing in Canada.

Transportation of the 89-foot-long, 10-foot-high railcar “is one of the major milestones of the project,” Stadler said. “The journey takes the impressive dome car from Berlin through inland water routes to the North Sea, where it is shipped onto an ocean vessel and through the Panama Canal. After arrival at the U.S. West Coast, the railcar will continue its journey on rails to the Rocky Mountaineer site in Kamloops.

The GoldLeaf dome cars are scheduled for regular service with the beginning of the next season. Each of the ten cars has the capacity to host up to 72 passengers on its upper deck, which includes electronically adjustable and rotatable seats equipped with a leg rest and a heating system. Large dimmable panoramic windows provide an unobstructed view and can be adjusted in tint according to outside ambient lighting conditions.

The lower deck includes a fully equipped kitchen area in which on-board chefs prepare à la carte meals that can be ordered in the restaurant area. Two flights of stairs connect the upper and lower decks, complemented by a lift for customers with impaired mobility.

“Tailor-made projects such as the Rocky Mountaineer GoldLeaf cars are one of our core business areas,” said Stadler Pankow GmbH CEO Ulf Braker. “This means that we are sometimes facing very big [problems] for which we always find a solution—always having our motto in mind, ‘Impossible is Possible.’ Even for us, a project like the Rocky Mountaineer is very special, and we are very proud and happy once the railcar is in passenger service.”



Categories: Intercity, News, PassengerTags: Breaking News, GoldLeaf, Rocky Mountaineer, Stadler Pankow GmbH

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To: StockDung who wrote (117)9/20/2018 12:11:34 PM
From: DashernComet
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Curious minds want to know; Why do you say, “But it’s not REEFR”?
The kids on the Happy Board are all a-Twitter.

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