Hi guys!!!! My goodness- I originally bought this to flip but I can't help but hold it!!! If I were to sell there wouldn't even be a good re-entry point because this doesn't even dip down that much anymore!!! I love this one!!!
-------------------- ..just remember....Family is EVERYTHING!! Posts: 3944 | From: Rochester, NY | Registered: Sep 2006
| IP: Logged |
Phoenix Associates Adds Strong Professionals to Its Construction Division Leadership Thursday January 4, 5:00 am ET
The Addition of WC "Doc" Starling, a Highly Credentialed Licensed Construction Contractor, and Clifton C. James, a Renowned Architect and City Planner, to the Construction Divisions Positions Phoenix for Growth in the Sector; Expected to Enhance Larger New Orleans and Gulf Region Project Opportunities
MADISONVILLE, LA--(MARKET WIRE)--Jan 4, 2007 -- Phoenix Associates Land Syndicate (Phoenix) (Other OTC:PBLS.PK - News) today announced WC "Doc" Starling, a licensed contractor, has joined Phoenix as a Director in the construction division and the brokering division; and Clifton C. James, a licensed architect and contractor, is now working in the architectural and planning section of the construction division. ADVERTISEMENT
WC "Doc" Starling is a highly experienced construction industry owner and operator that started his own construction company, Starling Construction Company, in 1976. With an ever widening of the range of projects taken on to grow his business, the name was changed to Starling Enterprises, Inc. around 1978. The company again went through a name change in 1996 to SEOLA (Starling Enterprises of Louisiana).
Doc Starling's company completed more than fifty million dollars in construction projects in a ten-year period. This work consisted of large land clearing, four lane highways, access roads, state route highways, dam rehabilitation, airport runway construction, rip rap of levees, levee construction, land reclamation and hydraulic dredging.
Doc Starling retired as President and CEO of Starling Enterprises in 1986, and has continued to remain active in the industry as a consultant to the company and to other organizations over the years. More recent clients of SEOLA Enterprises have included: Army Corps of Engineers -- Huntington, Mobile, New Orleans, Wilmington, and Vicksburg Districts; Department of the Navy; City of Atlanta; and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Clifton C. James is an architect and planner with an extensive background in project management, quality and aesthetic control, architectural design, urban and rural planning and real estate development. Prior to coming to Phoenix, Mr. James was Vice President of United Tech Consulting, Inc., a development company in Atlanta, GA. He was also President and CEO of The Urban Design Research Center, Inc. (URDC) in Louisiana and Georgia. UDRC is an interdisciplinary, university associated, community-based urban and rural design center, specializing in community revitalization and development.
Clifton James has expertise and skills that demonstrate a multi-disciplined, collaborative effort that brings together scientists, engineers, planners, economists, architects, and contractors for the purpose of transforming ideas into reality and providing needed services and facilities. During his earlier career, from about 1969 to 1980, his architectural design and construction administration services were almost entirely provided to public sector clients, such as HUD, HEW, DOT, the Department of Commerce, the City of New Orleans, and the State of Louisiana, with projects ranging from under a million to over five hundred million dollars.
Clifton James has an extensive formal education: Degree in Design from Fontainebleau School of Fine Arts in 1969; BA Degree in Architecture from Louisiana State University in 1968; Master's Degree in Architecture from Harvard University in 1969; Registered Architect in State of Louisiana in 1970; Certification in Computer Graphics from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1978; Certification in Environmental Impact Analysis from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1979; Certification in Environmental Design and Planning from MIT Laboratory of Architecture and Planning in 1980; and Certification in Master Planning from Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1999.
Posts: 1364 | From: Somebody from Europe | Registered: Sep 2005
| IP: Logged |
Persia as far as I know the buyback was halted. Ron did say they were planning on buying more, and I heard from another source that they were planning on doing a lump sum buy. I have no idea if that information is going to be true or not.
It's nice to finally make some money. Today I hit break even point. I started buying PBLS at 3 cents. I bought it all the way to 4 cents. Then I watched my account shrink by 72%. I sucked it up and bought a ton more subpenny. Today I'm sitting at a nice fat break even point!
There is no question that PBLS is going to test the 200D MVA in the next week or so. What will be interesting is if we actually get some big pr's timed just right....
PBLS says they will do 20.6M in profit with 815M shares OS.
20.6/815 = 2.5 cents for an eps.
Factor in a small multiple based on book value and growth fo 10 and we have 25 cents...EASYILY
Yep that's my pump for the day. IF the company isn't lying (which I don't think they are) then this is going to trade over a dime be the end of febraury...perhaps much sooner as I believe some big news is on the way.
Ron Blackburn said..and I quote almost exactly, "getting to 1 dollar for the NASDAQ small cap will not be a very big deal".
I'm giving my conservative estimate. I've heard that we are actually going to do around 26M for 2006 as opposed to the 20.6. I've also heard rumors that some upcoming aquisitions could more than double revenue.
Add this to the fact that BestJets refueling division is expected to double in size in 2007. Also the fact that we have an oil and gas brokerage company that. Oh Jesus there is just to many positives on this company.
25 cents is a given by year's end if the company has even been half truthful.
This is the most undervalued company on the pinks...and yes I have valued a crap load of them. PBLS is the real deal...it's going to be big and before year's end I suspect we will be trading on either he AMEX, NASDAQ small cap or NYSE.
No I'm not aimlessly pumping...I make these predictions on conversations I have had with the company and Mike Mulshine. Hey it's still a gamble, but it's a gamble that's well worth making IMO.