EmberClear Inc.

EMB.H-X

Analysis and Opinions about EMB.H-X

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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 17, 2008
(Top pick, March 12, 2007. Down 70%) They had Google as a customer, it looked like they were going to take over the world. They lost the contract and the stock fell apart. Not a buy right now. Balance sheet is OK.
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(Top pick, March 12, 2007. Down 70%) They had Google as a customer, it looked like they were going to take over the world. They lost the contract and the stock fell apart. Not a buy right now. Balance sheet is OK.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 17, 2008
March 12, 2007 down 70%, then $3.49 They had google as a customer. Google second sourced, lost the contract. Good to watch, but he will wait until they show some strength.
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March 12, 2007 down 70%, then $3.49 They had google as a customer. Google second sourced, lost the contract. Good to watch, but he will wait until they show some strength.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 26, 2007
(A Top Pick March 7/07. Down 54.4%.) Quite excited about their technology. Have 360° panoramic viewpoints for cameras. Signed up Google, but Google then got a 2nd source and he sold his holdings.
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EmberClear Inc. (EMB.H-X)
November 26, 2007
(A Top Pick March 7/07. Down 54.4%.) Quite excited about their technology. Have 360° panoramic viewpoints for cameras. Signed up Google, but Google then got a 2nd source and he sold his holdings.
BUY
BUY
July 5, 2007
Great technology. Has Google as a partner. Just starting to see what they can do with their technology. Has 360 degree round video, gaming applications education applications, etc.. Well-run company.
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Great technology. Has Google as a partner. Just starting to see what they can do with their technology. Has 360 degree round video, gaming applications education applications, etc.. Well-run company.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 12, 2007
Media company with patented technology for 360° filming. Costs about $150 a mile to shoot but are currently selling at $160 a mile. Will be able to resell the content with money going straight to the bottom line.
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Media company with patented technology for 360° filming. Costs about $150 a mile to shoot but are currently selling at $160 a mile. Will be able to resell the content with money going straight to the bottom line.
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