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Sector: Technology | Sub-Sector: Scientific & Technical Instruments
Alternate Symbol(s):  POCEF

Photon Control Inc designs, manufactures and sells optical sensors and instruments to measure temperature, pressure, position and flow which are used by original equipment manufacturers in the Semiconductor, Oil and Gas and Manufacturing industries.
Price: $0.67 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 200,223 | Day High/Low: 0.70/0.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.77/0.39
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RE:RE:You want the stock to move....

I'm with cyndor1, dpb_75. Cash in the treasury - great, for all cyndor's reasons.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:You want the stock to move....

No. It wouldn't.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:You want the stock to move....

Photon Conrtol would be a perfect fit with Opsens (OPS). Diversification and cashflow to drive the growth.  rate and reply
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RE:You want the stock to move....

I disagree with you dpb_75. In an economy where Greek debt of all things that can throw the world economy into an uncontrollable tailspin - taking precautions, especially in a company that is more
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You want the stock to move....

get management/the board to spend that money. The absolute worst thing you could be doing with your cash is sitting on it.  Buyback shares, fund expansion or start paying me a dividend. >33% of more
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Well, I'm a little embarrassed here because Stockhouse didn't update right away after the close and my page showed the sp at .68 when I originally posted....Oops! 😳 But I'm glad to hear I'm not more
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Agreed Rose! Fortunately it closed today at .70. I have noticed this thing also: this is the work of the yoyos who permanently try to push the stock down at the end of the day in order to discorage more
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Unbelievable! This is exactly what I'm talking about. The last trade of the day was for a measly 500 shares at .68 after it hit .70 for the first time in about a week. This kind of thing happens more
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I agree whith you Rose22. This stock should be at least  80 cents by now.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What Gives?

I don't disagree with your statements Gro. But I do think that based on the performance of this company and the cash in hand, the sp should not be hanging around the the high 60's imo.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What Gives?

I'm referring to investor sentiment.  A slowly appreciating stock that performs fundimentally as it should is much better than one that shows large investor/emotion driven swings despite more
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I've seen many stocks crash with all kinds os slopes. I'm not basing my evaluation on techicals or charts. Fundamentally this stock can be trading at $1.20 with reasonable risk. Thie biggest risk more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:What Gives?

A gentle slope upwards is a sustainable slope.  Imagine if PHO shot to $1.20 on some speculation of some material news event, then it doesn't happen / is less dramatic and suddenly the stock goes more
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RE:RE:RE:What Gives?

I think there is a misconception with small caps that they just fly up and down very quickly for easy money.  This may be the truth with speculations; however, PHO is a real business so it is more
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barack, for the 100th time, the 2 blockbuster Q's HAVE propelled the stock. (UP 60 to 70% in the past 6 months) And this has occurred at precisely the same time as most other small caps are tanking more
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RE:RE:What Gives?

Now I'm going to get blasted on this board, on how this stock is up from a price it should never have been trading at.  rate and reply
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RE:What Gives?

1.  Investors get understandably nervous when two blockbuster quarers and record backlog fail to propel the stoc 2.  I don't think that shareholder value is what drives this CEO or board.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:reason sp is not moving

Interesting read for tomorrow:  rate and reply
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What Gives?

I'm sure I'm not the only one to notice it but it seems to me that at or near the end of almost every trading day, someone adds shares for less than the prevailing price that knocks down the sp by more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:reason sp is not moving

Barack wrote: "Problem with Photon is that it never gets close to being fairly valued." I think it's safe to say we can all agree with that Barack. But, considering its rise over the last more