Electric Utility/ Industry Collapse
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#1 Nov 11, 2013
I think we are heading for a 2008 financial collapse with our electric utilities.
There is going to be a stampede out the doors with their investors and bonds.
Stocks and bonds will collapse...bankruptcies and there are going to lay off 10s of thousands of employees.
There will be issues of fuel delivery...resulting in electric unreliability and widespread blackouts. There will be huge economic consequences.
There will be a huge increase in nuclear plant reliability...
#2 Nov 11, 2013
I am talking about DJU under 200.
#3 Nov 11, 2013
the financial/dollar collapse part is separate, already they are stopping any big runs on the banks and preventing cash from being taken out of the country
the test run for the GridExII shutdown of the entire Grid is Wednesday-Thursday
Oh whatsamatter, didn't get a generator and gas and store up food yet for the collapse and martial law?
Hawaii is to be used as the staging ground for the tens of thousands of Chicoms that will using the 2,700 armored tanks our govt. bought and of course the 2+ Billion rounds of ammo.
Obama DHS Purchases 2,700 Light-Armored Tanks to Go With Their 1.6 Billion Bullet Stockpile http://www.infowars.com/obama-dhs-purchases-2...
#4 Nov 11, 2013
Blah, blah, blah...
#5 Nov 11, 2013
Natural gas could spell doom for nuke power
November 9, 2013 11:01 PM
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FirstEnergy is down 5.70% percent today...
By Tom Henry / Block News Alliance
OAK HARBOR, Ohio -- If today's global fracking frenzy had kicked into high gear a decade ago, thousands of jobs at FirstEnergy Corp.'s Davis-Besse, Perry and Beaver Valley 1 and 2 nuclear plants in northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania could have been imperiled by now.
"That's fair to say," Jennifer Young, FirstEnergy spokeswoman, said.
But while job security at those massive power-generation stations is never strong enough to put workers at ease -- especially with economic pressures brought on by the natural gas boom jolting the nuclear industry -- Ms. Young said the situation appears more stable for FirstEnergy's holdings than it does for nuclear plants in other parts of the country
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/news/environment/...
#6 Nov 12, 2013
Cant you see it, obsolete grid, power plants and distribution systems and the electric utility sector in the mother of all financial crisis not available to repair itself...
#7 Nov 12, 2013
There will be a huge increase in nuclear plant unreliability...
#8 Nov 12, 2013
Right, the electric utility was basically a stable low rate of return old peoples retiree investment vehicle decades ago. You didnt get much of a return, but the stock prices was rock solid stable...
We modernized it now into a mostly a speculative vehicle and we withdrew transparency. Weve already seen the mother of speculative stock bubbles in the lead up to our 2008 Wall Street bubble within the electric utility sector. Most utilities have still not returned to their to their 2007-2008 peak stock price to this day. We shifted from the stocks of retirees to mostly institutional investors.
You have no idea what is under the sheets!
#9 Nov 12, 2013
And then there is natural gas fracting undermining an enormous amount of utility debt...
#10 Nov 12, 2013
I hope you are right. Such a correction would be a benefit to us all in the long run.
#11 Nov 12, 2013
Stuxnet has infected Russian nuclear plant and the Space Station https://www.google.com/#q=russia+nuclear+stux...
^the first one that comes up there is the Jerusalem Post- Ha! It was the G-d jews at the Israeli Mossad that Made the Stuxnet virus and had it snuck into the Iranian nuclear plant via a thumb drive, Now they got someone to bring a thumb drive with the same virus into the Ruskies nuke plant
F*ing zionist pig jews, what if their virus caused another meltdown scenario like Fuktupshita Japan!?!
google Grid Ex II-
It's goin down TOMORROW
#12 Nov 12, 2013
#13 Nov 13, 2013
We still see downside risk to integrated utilities' stock prices with targets showing a nearly 10% downside, reflecting weak business fundamentals and our perspective that current valuations still do not support where the stocks trade. We appreciate contrarian investment desires after lots of underperformance, but don't see fundamentals or valuations supporting more than a trade.
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