2000 is the YEAR OF HYDROGEN
DCHT is arguably the best pure hydrogen stock market play
As this message becomes more widely known, its stock will fly. Hopefully,
unlike the Hindenberg, it will not ultimately explode. However, this is
not likely. After all, DCHT is THE leading global Hydrogen Sensor Supplier!
Postscript: DCHT announced it received a $2.4 million order to provide
sensors and safety systems to a large fuel cell manufacturer to be incorporated
into their line of products. This is the largest hydrogen sensor order
in the history of the hydrogen energy sector and sets the stage for
DCHT sensors to become the defacto standard for use in all hydrogen related
fuel cell systems going forward. Naturally traders sold to lock in 300%
profits of the past week. This provided another opportunity for serious
investors to buy near the $1 level perhaps for the last time this year.
Now that we have seen the first 400% trading profits, what is next?
How long will the $1.25 pivot be maintained? Thereafter, what barriers to the next 400%?
These are the two key resistance points of $2 and $5.
$2 can easily be held and straddled with good investor relations and communication.
$5 however, will take either Nasdaq small cap and/or MAJOR news and progress.
Astrologically and seasonally, DCHT is a January cap stock.
It is will not be affected by any Y2K worries nor December tax loss selling due to recent stock buying. We foresee strong sailing into February.
Currently we are forecasting a price target of $5-$8 within the February to July 2000 time frame.
Offsetting its poor May 28 first trade chart (Saturn MC/Neptune Setting), is their highly propitious fundamental Incorporation Chart.
What could be better for a pioneering high technology company than Venus
in Aries and Mercury/Uranus conjunct on the MC in 0 Aquarius?
Similarly, their Sun in Pisces conjunct Mars square Pluto is also perfect for a hydrogen energy company.
To be continued.
READER: Re: DCH, you said, "Note: My three favorite new post-millennium
themes are: Hydrogen...." Another one of your favorites, RD, is maybe
the only Oil company that is favorable on hydrogen. Having worked
a bit in that field (among others), I think this is a good call on
HW: Thank you for your comments. I believe DCH is in contact with RD.
READER: A big congratulations re DCHT.
HW: Thank you, but I believe that this first 100% is JUST the very beginning of the move.
READER: How does Stox.com and Dchte compare in risk to IHI? Is Stox.com
less or more risky than Dchte?
HW: Good questions. There are a number of ways to define risk. One value way is the book value of the company. By this measure, IHI is clearly the least risky as its stock is trading at less than 2 X book and owns substantial real assets. Stox.com is an Internet/network company past the start up stage with strong contracts and hence a future revenue stream. DCHTE is a start up hydrogen energy company, with its hydrogen sensor business a future steady source of revenue stream that alone could easily justify twice its current stock price. If you are worried about risk, you should not be buying either of these two. If you like high risk/high reward speculative investments, you should buy BOTH.
READER: The Hindenburg accident, was a fire that was the result of the
paint that coated the outside, and not the hydrogen exploding. Indeed,
the hydrogen kept it afloat in time for the remaining people to escape.
Had it been a hydrogen explosion, there would only have been minute particles
of people left.
HW: I using taking poetic license as the first thing anyone looking into the Hydrogen energy sector learns is that exploding hydrogen was not the cause of the Hindenburg disaster.
READER: [I am] In DCHT from $.75 . I am sure you know it closed over
$1.00 on Friday, what is your upside target and how long should we hold?
HW: As a short term trade until $1.25-$1.50; as a short term investment till February; as an intermediate term investment $2 and as a long term investment until the cows come home with hydrogen sensors in their udders.
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