Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Hybrid HEV-in!? ~ *long* Ener1, Inc. (Public, NASDAQ:HEV)

Plug-IN the PROFITS!

*long* HEV = Hybrid Electric Vehicles!

Piggy-Backing the Competitive Sqeeezable Sauce
AONE 17.14 +2.61 (+17.96%)

Batteries need Lithium.

THEE Global Litium Supplier .... *long* $SQM

p.s. who's watching FLOYD?!? $HK
HK 21.83 +0.88 (+4.17%) ... look to add JAN & MARCH 2010 calls.


BUY ON THE DIP said...


that worked.

+0.33 (6.48%)

After Hours: 5.46 +0.04 (0.74%)

BUY ON THE DIP said...

HEV up 20%, must take some profits!

HK above cost!

WMT headed for 55+, as promised. (wmtlk calls)

SQM and GU flatish.

anyone see RTK?!?

BUY ON THE DIP said...

Last Trade: 0.75
Change: 0.09 (13.64%)

WMTLK calls.

strike price reached, take some profits!!!!!

winnnnnnnnnner! 200%+

BUY ON THE DIP said...

Ener1, Inc. (NASDAQ: HEV) climbed 12% to $6.07 on 1.06 million shares on the news that EnerDel, part of Ener1, will enter the utility-scale energy storage market, supplying batteries for a major new smart grid program announced yesterday by the US Department of Energy.

HEVin! said...

INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Advanced lithium-ion battery
maker EnerDel will enter the utility-scale energy storage market, supplying
batteries for a major new smart grid program announced yesterday by the US
Department of Energy. EnerDel will build the batteries for five one-megawatt
power systems that will be used by Portland General Electric (PGE) - a pioneer
in smart grid technology deployment -- to help manage peak demand and smooth the
variations in power from renewable sources like wind and solar.

"Energy storage is a key component of the smart grid, as well as a crucial tool
for enhancing both the reliability and the availability of renewable but often
intermittent energy sources like wind and solar," said Cyrus Ashtiani, Chief
Technology Officer at EnerDel. "We expect this sector to be a major growth area
for the battery industry. This program is a breakthrough opportunity for EnerDel
to prove the capabilities of our systems in partnership with one of the most
innovative electric utilities in the country."

Each of the five EnerDel battery systems will store enough energy to power
roughly 400 average American homes simultaneously for up to an hour at a time
utilizing the same core chemistry as the EnerDel batteries designed for the
emerging new generation of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The new systems
will be used in concert with a variety of both hardware and software solutions
to improve system reliability during peak demand loads.

The PGE project will be built in Salem, OR, where it will serve both residential
and commercial customers. Equipment will be installed at 15 sites over the next
two years, after which developers will spend two to three years testing system
performance under wide variety of geographic and meteorological conditions. It
is one of 16 announced by DOE, which is providing half the $178 million funding
through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the federal stimulus package
enacted in February. The balance will come from utilities and other
participants. Overall, the Northwest regional program will serve up to 60,000
utility customers in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.

EnerDel is part of Ener1, Inc. (Nasdaq: HEV). Based in Indianapolis, IN, the
company has one of the most advanced lithium-ion battery manufacturing
facilities in the world, and the only one of its kind in the United States.

BUY ON THE DIP said...

HK 23.39 7.20% ... floyd!

WMT 54.96 0.20%
SQM 38.98 0.36%

HEV 5.89 8.67% **Plug-in!
GU 1.29 -0.77%

Anonymous said...

This is what I hate about these bloggers who claim to be giving right advices....
How can you even talk about RTK. Aren't you ashamed to talk about it? You recommended that when it was above 1.75 and now after bleeding to death to 1.2 it is back to 1.5 How can you even dare to write "anyone see RTK?!? "
Everybody knew Walmart was going up. So, don't take credit for that.

BOTD said...

i respect your comment.

i was just pointing out a big daily mover, and i have no "right" to speak on RTK. agreed.

p.s as for WalMart, i disagreed.
i nailed WMT, with calls, twice.

p.p.s. go buy KOHLS @ $53, and call me in FEB.

BUY ON THE DIP said...

... hmmm.

6.13 +0.27‎ (4.61%‎) Dec 1

up a buck. bOTD.

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Anonymous said...

December 21, 2009 8:40 AM EST

Kaufman Bros. reiterates a 'Buy' on Ener1, Inc. (Nasdaq: HEV), price target $9.

Kaufman analyst says, "We are lowering our 4Q09 revenue and EPS estimates for Ener1 because Think Global battery orders are running approximately two months behind our expectations. Our new 4Q09 revenue and EPS estimates are now $8.5 million and a loss of $0.09, respectively. Our 4Q09 revenue and EPS estimates had been $10.9 million and a loss of $0.08, respectively. We are leaving unchanged our 2010 revenue and EPS estimates of $83.6 million and a loss of $0.17...On a valuation basis, we believe it is still undervalued relative to A123. On an EV/sales basis, using First Call data, HEV is trading at 6x 2010 sales, while AONE is trading at 12x. We believe HEV should trade at a premium because it has a plant already built in the U.S. where AONE still has none...Our price target for HEV of $9 is based on the shares trading to 12x our 2010 revenue estimate. It currently trades at 20x our 2009 revenue estimate. A DCF analysis based on a 15% discount rate would suggest a value of $26."

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BUY ON THE DIP said...

Ener1 (HEV) is sharply lower after it and Fisker Automotive cease discussions with respect to the feasibility of a business relationship concerning the Fisker Karma vehicle program,