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msg #45127
Ignore jbrtrader
6/19/2006 5:21:45 PM

Futuremoney,nice tip on MRY.This one has good potential to continue up after making a fresh five year high.Thanks

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msg #45129
Ignore futuremoney
6/19/2006 5:32:30 PM

- Ignore jbrtrader
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Futuremoney,nice tip on MRY.This one has good potential to continue up after making a fresh five year high.Thanks
You are welcome Looks like we need some more winning post here

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msg #45393
Ignore keithgki
6/30/2006 2:01:44 PM

futuremoney, thanks for sharing the tip with us. i was in school and not watching the market, but look back and appreciate tips as such. please share future tips with us :)

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msg #45451
Ignore TheRumpledOne
7/4/2006 9:52:21 AM

From the Desk of: Jeff Siegel

Subject: Celebrate Energy Independence Day

Get my next Green Chip Stocks recommendation... and I'll throw in one-month of my Green Trader at no charge

My Next Renewable Stock Recommendation:

Sales of more than $200 million... up from $42 million in 2000
Net profit expected to grow 250% between now and next year
It's a true microcap with a market valuation of less than $500 million
And I think the stock will gain 1,581% in the next 2 to 3 years

Dear reader:

In the past 10 months, I've recommended 2 stocks that have gained more than 400%, each.

The first one was XsunX. I recommended it in October 2005 for $0.36 a share. We sold in March for $ was a gain of 564%.

Lately I've been telling you about the "motor of the future." About the time we were selling XsunX, I was recommending shares of this "motor" stock. We got in around $0.50 a share.

Today? The stock just reached a 52-week high of $2.60 a share. We're sitting on a gain of 414%.

But listen, as good as these 2 stocks have performed, it's nothing compared to the gains we'll achieve with my next recommendation.

That's because I've found the sweet spot of the solar energy market.

Now listen closely, because the stock I'm going to tell you about could gain 1,581% in the next 2 to 3 years.

Invest Where Wall Street Isn't

You've heard of SunPower and SunTech Power, right? I've talked about these guys numerous times before in this letter. These are your traditional photovoltaic (solar) manufacturers.

SunTech Power went public in December 2005. It's up 39% since then. SunPower is flat since going public 9 months ago.

But guess what?

I've never recommended SunPower or Suntech Power. Never.

Know why?

Because, quite frankly, that's not where the solar profits are.

The profits are in companies you've never heard of... in companies that are behind the scenes... supplying SunPower and SunTech with the necessary material to conduct their businesses.

That's the sweet spot.

Companies like MEMC Electronics Materials (WFR - NYSE). MEMC Electronics is probably the best performing solar energy stock of the past 12 months.

But you probably have never heard of them before. Or maybe you have... but not until recently...well past its explosive rally.

But, MEMC isn't your traditional solar energy company. They supply PV manufacturers with silicon wafers, which are used in solar panels to convert sunlight into energy.

To give you an idea of how far MEMC Electronic has come, in 2001, when oil prices started to rise, the company's stock was trading for $1.50.


Well, take a look for yourself:

MEMC's market cap was less than $500 million in 2001. Now it's nearly $8 billion... that's more than the market caps of SunPower and Suntech, combined!

I know what you're thinking, I'm recommending MEMC Electronic. I'm not.

The stock I'm recommending is a ground-floor opportunity. And we're getting in at the right time.

It's like buying MEMC back in 2001 when it was trading for $1.50 a share.

Last week, I told you all about the new stock that I discovered at the Renewable Energy Finance Forum... and how venture capitalists were asking to throw money at the technology. Well, it's time we play it. I'll be issuing a recommendation on this stock on Thursday, July 13.

Mark you calendars. My new recommendation will be released on Thursday, July 13, after the market close.

Like I said, at the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in New York City, venture capitalists were literally asking to throw money at this technology.

I hope you will take a position in the stock because I think it'll return you 1,581% over the next 2 to 3 years.

But you have to hurry.

The company is under everybody's radar screen. But as you'll soon see, the technology this company is involved with is the hottest thing since sliced bread. In fact, at the Renewable Energy Finance Forum in New York City, venture capitalists were literally asking to throw money at this technology

That's because this company - and its technology - is emerging as one of the most important players in a vital niche segment of the solar energy industry. Some are saying it'll save the solar energy industry from disaster.

The company doesn't manufacture or sell solar panels of PV, mind you.

But the product they make is something every solar PV manufacturer can't live without.

The Picks and Shovels of the Solar Energy

In 1980, photovoltaics cost about $1.00 per kWh. In 2006, PV cost about $0.20 per kWh. And in 2010, PV is expected to cost about $0.10 per kWh.

Making PV cheaper means greater market penetration for solar energy.

But some of the newer solar companies that will soon launch their own IPOs could drop that cost even further (and faster) with what's known as thin-film solar technology. (Thin-film technology has the potential to deliver solar power at a much lower cost by using solar cells requiring little or no silicon)

Thin film is going gangbusters because it doesn't rely on silicon. And right now there's a massive silicon shortage. So much so that PV manufacturers, who don't have access to vast supplies of silicon, can't deliver on their orders.

Think about it. If you're an ice salesman, and you can't find water, you lose business. It's the same with the solar industry. No silicon means you can't sell PV... unless you turn to thin-film. And that's what's happening.

The stock I'll be recommending on July 13 supplies the solar industry with thin-film.

The company has plants in the US, Germany, Belgium, Taiwan, Korea, Japan and China. So they're in all of the major solar markets.

And their fundamentals are absolutely stellar.

In the year 2000, the company posted revenues of $42 million. Three years later, sales hit a record $154 million.

A year later in 2004, another record: $228 million!

On a trailing-twelve-month basis, sales are currently holding steady at $208 million.

As much as I like the rising sales numbers, the company's profit growth has me doing back-flips. Between '06 and '07, the company's earnings per share are estimated to go from $0.18 a share to $0.63 a share.

Do the math, dear reader. That's a growth rate of 250%.

I think this stock is on the same path as MEMC Electronic. MEMC has gained over 2,000% in the past 5 years. I think my thin-film stock will do the same.

Here's What You Need To Do...

Sign up to my Green Chip Stocks today. It only costs $199 per year.

Or better yet, sign-up using my quarterly-bill program. It only costs $55.

For $55, you get 3-months to Green Chip Stocks, you'll get my next blockbuster renewable energy recommendation (the thin-film superstar stock)... and I'll throw in one-month of my Green Trader absolutely free. That's how important I think it is for you to buy this thin-film stock.

I mean, I'm willing to give away a full month of my Green Trader.

Consider this. My Green Trader costs $1995 per year. If I were to charge Green Trader on a monthly rate, it would cost $166.25.

But you're getting it absolutely free when you sign up to this special offer.

And how about this.

If, for any reason whatsoever, you decide within the first month that Green Chip Stocks isn't for you, you can get your entire membership fee back. No if's, and's or but's.

So as you can see, there's no cost to you.

If you don't like the service, simply cancel in the first month. But with my track record, I know that's not going to happen.

So sign up today. That way you'll ensure yourself that you'll be on the list to get my recommendation next week.


Jeff Siegel

P.S. As I write this letter today, my Green Chip Stocks portfolio is up 100%. Out of the 17 stocks I've recommended so far, 13 are winners with only 4 losers. But listen to this. 8 of these stocks have doubled in value since my recommendation. That's how you build a fortune.


Look, I'm serious when I say I'll do anything to get you on board for my thin-film solar stock. Anything.

If you sign up today, I'll send you my report Instant Gains: The Tiny Engine that Could, which talks about the $2.50 engineering company that's built the most versatile motor in the world.

The stock is up more than 400% since March 2006... but I think it'll gain more in the coming months.

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msg #45460
Ignore jbrtrader
7/5/2006 2:53:24 AM

Looks like AFCO,which is merging with AMAT.Run the key stats on Yahoo for AFCO,the fundamentals line up,the profile and plant locations line up.What do you guys come up with?

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msg #45481
7/5/2006 10:05:53 PM

Futuremoney:I've just read 2 of Bowsers books.I hope the newsletter is alot better at explaining the system.They read like ads for the newsletter.Any comment,I'm very Great idea for posting hot tips.I'll be glad to join in......

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msg #45483
7/5/2006 10:41:49 PM

Futuremoney:I just read 2 of Bowsers books.I hope the newsletter explains "the system",because the book sure don't.It reads like an ad for the newsletter.Any comment,Im very interested.Thanks.....

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msg #45493
Ignore jbrtrader
7/6/2006 11:44:24 AM

Did you get the second newsletter from Jeff's partner Brian.While rehashing their July 13th pick,he left us another small clue stating this company has 161 million in cash.Think we should include some more newsletters in this project?

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msg #45494
Ignore TheRumpledOne
7/6/2006 12:36:21 PM

Sure, include any "hot tips".

Someone else here will probably be able to add to the "scoop" on the company.


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msg #45495
Ignore jbrtrader
7/6/2006 12:45:25 PM

Everything I see points to AFCO,unless they are playing it via of a secondary supplier,I would guess J&B are long some AMAT options?

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