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1 Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Thu Oct 23, 2008 4:22 pm

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Some recent articles featured on the Energy Environment News Portal, on current and emerging issues related to energy and the environment.

> Nanotechnology - not that green?

> Oil Prices fall on demand concerns

> Clean Technology Investors Reluctant to Commit Funds

> Veolia steps into biofuels using recycled vegetable oils

> Pacific Islands Countries Switch to Renewable Energy

> Models Help Assess Biofuels Sustainability

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4 Re: Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Fri Jun 05, 2009 9:04 am

I read the article on nano technology.. What do u make of the nano cars
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5 Re: Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Mon Mar 15, 2010 2:12 pm

hi !!!


its really a informative post...


thanks for your information ...........

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6 Re: Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:15 am

hello guys ...


its really nice post....


i just liked it....


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7 Re: Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:37 am

A personal helicopter weighing just 230 lb created sizzling news when it flew on hydrogen with zero emission. With an ability to carry payloads up to 800 lbs, this pocket Hercules can fly for 90 minutes. Fitted with easy controls, this reaches a speed of 100 knots thanks to a pair of small yet powerful motors mounted on it. Two common and easily available things - Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and a catalyst - combined to bring about a milestone in personal aviation history with attention to the environmental issues as well! Avimech has combined these two to power engine in to an innovative machine

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8 Re: Recent News on Energy & The Environment on Sat Aug 06, 2011 3:55 am

Thanks for sharing nice links on beautiful areas. I will share on facebook with my friends.


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9 Buying High, Selling Low Share on Tue Aug 23, 2011 5:43 am

Buying High, Selling Low

Buy low and sell high is the ultimate guide to successful stock investing. It is also the reverse of what many investors do.

Itís not that investors start out to do that, but too often, they use price, and in particular price movement, as their only signal to buy or sell.

Stocks that have gone up recently, especially those with a lot of press, often attract even more buyers. This obviously drives the price up even higher.

People get excited about what they read and see and want a part of the action. They jump into a stock that is already trading at a premium Ė they buy high.
Traders
Experienced traders can make money jumping in and out of a stock thatís caught the publicís attention, but itís not a game for the inexperienced and itís not investing.

Thereís risk involved and tax consequences along with other issues that mean most investors should leave this activity to short-term traders.

For most investors, trying to grab a piece of the latest flashy stock, usually means paying too much (buying high).
Bad Decision
The other side of the market is when a stock has fallen; most investors may want to sell along with the rest of the market. If you go by price alone, this can be a bad decision (sell low).

There are many reasons a stockís price drops and some of them have nothing to do with the soundness of the investment. Thatís why if you only follow price you may miss an opportunity.

After a stockís price has fallen can be a great time to buy (buy low) if you have done your research on the company.
Conclusion
If all you know about a stock is the price, you may (and likely will) make investing mistakes. Remember, if a stock has had a good run up it may be time to sell, not buy (sell high). Similarly, if a stock has dropped like a rock, it may be a good time to buy rather than sell (buy low). You wonít know what to do unless you understand a lot more about the company than its stock price.

Buy low and sell high is the ultimate guide to successful stock investing. It is also the reverse of what many investors do.

Itís not that investors start out to do that, but too often, they use price, and in particular price movement, as their only signal to buy or sell.

Stocks that have gone up recently, especially those with a lot of press, often attract even more buyers. This obviously drives the price up even higher.

People get excited about what they read and see and want a part of the action. They jump into a stock that is already trading at a premium Ė they buy high.
Traders
Experienced traders can make money jumping in and out of a stock thatís caught the publicís attention, but itís not a game for the inexperienced and itís not investing.

Thereís risk involved and tax consequences along with other issues that mean most investors should leave this activity to short-term traders.

For most investors, trying to grab a piece of the latest flashy stock, usually means paying too much (buying high).
Bad Decision
The other side of the market is when a stock has fallen; most investors may want to sell along with the rest of the market. If you go by price alone, this can be a bad decision (sell low).

There are many reasons a stockís price drops and some of them have nothing to do with the soundness of the investment. Thatís why if you only follow price you may miss an opportunity.

After a stockís price has fallen can be a great time to buy (buy low) if you have done your research on the company.
Conclusion
If all you know about a stock is the price, you may (and likely will) make investing mistakes. Remember, if a stock has had a good run up it may be time to sell, not buy (sell high). Similarly, if a stock has dropped like a rock, it may be a good time to buy rather than sell (buy low). You wonít know what to do unless you understand a lot more about the company than its stock price.

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