Published: Monday, June 11 2012 12:00 p.m. MDT
“The Herbert administration needs to take a cold, hard look at this
company and their difficulties before giving the green light to dump dangerous
new waste streams in Utah,” says Matt Pacenza, HEAL's policy
director.“If the company has to go out of business, it’s
the people of Utah who will be responsible for this massive nuclear waste
dump,” he said.They won't, and we will, again, Industry
To invest in Energy Solutions seems to be VERY high risk. With political
unknowns and so many project variables, seems like playing chess blindfolded...
I'm going to hazard a guess that this stock is being driven down by short
sellers. I have no interest in it, so haven't really delved into it, but it
has all the earmarks. When the smoke clears, there are going to be some winners
in this scenario, and it's going to be the guys who shorted the stock.On the other hand, might be a real buying opportunity for those who
believe that nuclear waste has to be disposed of by somebody, and that ES has
some unique capabilities that no one else has. Hmmm....
So, how long until the Building Formerly Known as the Delta Center gets a new
I guess Christenson will have to sell his estate up Immigration Canyon, eh?
May be a buy opportunity at this point.Time for some Due Diligence.
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