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This looks like it hit bottom today. Keep it on your radar as I expect it could move anytime now.

Target 30+ cents.

http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=WWAT,uu[w,a]daclyyay[dc][pb50!b200!f][vc60][iut!Ub14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

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In at 21 cents. Looking for a 50% gain this week.
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Moving off the bottom. Should see the peak in 2-3 days. I am still targeting 30+ cents
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You're looking for a 50% gain this week, for your sake I hope you are right. This week is about over were so I'll give you next week. I have followed this for over a year, and I don't see what you see. I have been wrong before and possibly again, time will tell.
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quote:
Originally posted by slim:
You're looking for a 50% gain this week, for your sake I hope you are right.

I'm *looking* for a 50% gain, but will take any gain.

What I see is a chart that tells me anytime this has dipped to or below an RSI of 30, it pops up 50% or more. http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.web?c=WWAT,uu[m,a]daclyyay[dd][pb50!b200][vc60][iUb14!La12,26,9]&pref=G

This bottomed out about 2 days after I thought it would/had, so that gain is going to take us into next week.

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A 50% gain would put you somewhere around $.37
you may get it but I doubt it, you'll get it but I don't think you get that soon. I like the stock I think it's a great deal and someday it's going to be big, they deftly have a great idea and coming energy alternative. I also like uswf, I'm not saying by now but in the future I think it will be big. Anyway time will tell us who's right and who's wrong.

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31.5 cents to be exact. Don't hold me to being right or wrong; this is stock trading after all. What I do know is that at the point I bought into WWAT (the time I posted) it was a good buy for a short term gain of %10 to %50+

If the stock keeps its pattern then we will see 32 to 35 cents in less than 3 days. Depends on how bearish the market is next week. I am in the green now.

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I'm glad to hear that you're in the green, when I said around 37 I was speaking from memory, I thought a closed around 26 my mistake. Don't worry I'm not going to hold you to anything, I agree this is the stock market and anything will happen or can happen. If I had little extra cash laying around I'd buy some of it. From my standpoint I think it's a long haul type stock.
Like IESV and ALMI

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No it won't be a long haul. The chart shows very tight dips and pops, then trades mostly sideways.

I never leave my money in pennies for more than a couple weeks max.

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not much yet, i still say long haul
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I'm out. Got out $60 in the green. I'll look to play it again once it looks like it finds the next bottom.
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glad to see you made a profit,if I could I would
buy in. I would more then like hold for some where around a year. hope to hear from you again.

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Watch this one today, with news and charts this one looks primed for a nice run...

WorldWater & Power Corporation Signs $1.4 Million in Solar Energy Contracts

September 20, 2005 18:20:33 (ET)


PENNINGTON, N.J., Sept 20, 2005 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- WorldWater & Power Corp. (WWAT, Trade), developer of proprietary high-powered solar energy systems, today announced that it has signed contracts totaling $1.4 million to build and install solar electric power systems for two car washes in the Los Angeles area. Car washes represent a new industry for the use of solar technology for WorldWater. The photovoltaic (PV) systems are expected to substantially reduce electrical usage costs for the two facilities.

The contracts with the car wash chain are conditional upon third party financing. Once the financing is realized, construction is expected to begin immediately and will be managed by Quantum Energy Group, the California engineering, construction and project management firm acquired by WorldWater & Power Corp. earlier this month. Quantum Energy Group will supervise the installation of the solar power systems, as well as the construction of canopies to hold the PV panels.

"The car washes on which the WorldWater & Power solar energy systems will be installed average between 5,200 and 5,300 car washes per month. Electricity costs for each of the car washes typically run between $3,000 and $4,000 per month, depending on the site and the month of the year," stated Quentin T. Kelly, Chairman and CEO of WorldWater. "In addition to realizing energy cost savings, the owners will obtain Federal and State tax credits (ITCs) and accelerated depreciation. The current Federal ITC of 10% increases to 30% January 1, 2006."

WorldWater & Power Corp. anticipates the rebates from Southern California Gas Company for the solar installations will be realized during the fourth quarter of 2005 and the first quarter of 2006.

About WorldWater & Power Corporation

WorldWater & Power Corporation is a full-service, international solar engineering and water management company with unique, high-powered and patented solar technology that provides solutions to a broad spectrum of the world's water supply and energy problems. For more information about WorldWater & Power Corp., visit their website at http://www.worldwater.com.

Information about WorldWater's newly acquired subsidiary, Quantum Energy Group, is available at http://www.quantumenergygroup.com.


Contact: Investors/Media Contacts:
Rose Mary Schwarz Denise Roche / Jason Rando
WorldWater & Power Corp. The Ruth Group
Phone: 609-818-0700, ext. 33 Phone: 646-536-7008 / 7025
rschwarz@worldwater.com droche@theruthgroup.com
jrando@theruthgroup.com
SOURCE WorldWater & Power Corporation


Rose Mary Schwarz of WorldWater & Power Corp., +1-609-818-0700, ext. 33,
rschwarz@worldwater.com; or Investors-Media Contacts: Denise Roche, +1-646-536-7008,
droche@theruthgroup.com, or Jason Rando, +1-646-536-7025, jrando@theruthgroup.com,
both of The Ruth Group, for WorldWater & Power Corp.
http://www.prnewswire.com
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