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Deze is van februari 2020 met een grondige uitleg van hun proces,visie en toekomst

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https://www.stockwatch.com/Quote/Detail?C:HPQ

Bid en ask staan op 1.10 cad

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Terwijl iedereen al aan zijn champieken zit te nippen heb ik gauw nog wat HPQ.vkes kunnen binnenrijven daarstraks aan sub1cad!!
Bedankt aan de verkopers! :D :D :D

I was talking about PPP's comment way back then on Agoracom. Looked it up just to be sure I knew what I was talking about and realized that he wasn't defending HPQ's decision to pivot, but rather, HPQ's decision to do a PP. But he talks about pivoting and how the CEO always has more information than the shareholder. Anyway, I do recall a small number of people wondering whether it made sense for $HPQ to pivot to battery silicon and away from their original plan for solar panel silicon (which requires a higher purity), mainly because I was one of them. Hence, the big lesson for me. :)

Bernard's post that prompted the whole discussion is here: https://agoracom.com/ir/HPQ-SiliconReso ... hareholder

This was in response to the private placement that closed here: https://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/hpq-silicon-is-c ... -placement and had the following statement:
“Demand for the financing exceeded $500,000, but we opted to right size the offer to an amount that would cover our statutory working cap obligations (Auditors, Listing fees, Legal, Transfer agents, etc.) and give us the flexibility needed to continue our ongoing battery related R&D efforts. The $2 millions we have ring-fenced to pay for the Gen3 Pilot Plant program cannot not be used for other purposes,” said Bernard Tourillon, President & CEO of HPQ Silicon.

So I think some people were like, "We have $2m for solar panel silicon R&D, why are we doing this raise for battery R&D?" Whereas for people like me, I was like, "I'd rather they just focused on what they said they would do."

And then Peter's response:
https://agoracom.com/ir/PyroGenesisCana ... 67#message

First, as an investor, you have to realize that you will never have all the information the CEO has, and upon which he is making decisions. As such, an investor must come to terms with the fact that many times decisions are made that may not make any sense at all. To berate a CEO for his actions because YOU are in the dark makes little sense to me.

Second, a good company (particularly an innovative, cutting edge company) should be expected to change direction, as it addresses a changing landscape, takes advantage of new opportunities, or has to quickly address threats. Not only should it be expected but, I would argue, if a company does not change direction then I would consider it to be a serious red flag. Too often management is afraid of changing direction/strategy for fear of “how it will be perceived”.

Now this is where it becomes tricky. Assume you agree with me that when a company changes direction it is both (i) expected and (ii) a good sign. Applying it to the companies on our platform, the TSX.V, becomes a challenge due to the nature and make-up of the TSX.V. The problem is that all too often companies on our platform use the “change direction” strategy to mask failures and/or to re-direct attention away from the problem.

So. What is one to do? How is one to differentiate the good from the bad?

One word: Associations.

Look at who the company associates with. Who are they partnered with? How long? You can even extend that to board members, professionals (accountants/lawyers), and to some degree employees.

That is not to say that companies with good associations will not fail…or worse yet, con you…. but the odds are in your favor that they will not if their associations are credible.

Which brings us to HPQ…they are associated with us, PyroGenesis (and you can even dig deeper and look at who we associate with), and that is all you need to know. We will not work with entities/people who are into shenanigans. If we even get a whiff of anything untoward, we will drop the project like a hot potato, just not worth our time.

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Vandaag masseren ze de koers naar beneden om op 4 januari vollen bak in te kopen!! Dit aandeel heeft Tesla-allures maar dan nog een paar keer straffer!!

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Volgende week waarschijnlijk het grote nieuws van een megagrote autoproducent die hun materiaal gaat toepassen, ik sluit een Toyota of Volkswagen zeker niet uit.

Waterstoftoepassingen voor hun silicium is ook een megamarkt die voor hen geheel open ligt.

HPQ is de "Rockefeller" van de groene energie!!

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Hun samenwerking op waterstofgebied is met apollon solar van Frankrijk

https://en.apollonsolar.com/home

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https://www.econopolis.be/nl/blog/posts ... Ble-groei/

Okee, met HPQ hebben we dus exponentiele groei tot de macht oneindig!! Laat de champagne maar knallen!!!

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Dit is van april 2020 : HPQ gaat de grafiet in de batterijen vervangen: multibillions!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxjjCsxx8EY



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M73Cwfcby9g

Hun eerste order van grote autofabrikant!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV1RN5HuZs4


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