I’m writing this one as a service to the community. It is my duty as a citizen to protect my fellow citizens.
Mark Zuckerberg has been selling anywhere from $21 million to $50 million worth of shares each business day this year. He is cashing out by selling shares into a market that seems to only be interested in buying technology stocks regardless of the price or value.
Now don’t take this the wrong way. I do not look down on a corporate founder selling shares into the market to cash in on his or her entrepreneurial success. But when I see my fellow citizens increasingly addicted to their cell phones, and a market ignorant of the fleecing that is going on, I feel compelled to point it out. In this case, Facebook has been the vector for a foreign adversary to infect nearly the entire population with a disinformation campaign. The founder is under increasing pressure to do something about it, and his decision is to help it along rather than to step up as defender of the Constitution. It is up to We the People to break ourselves from this addiction, and it is my duty to show you how your retirement accounts are standing there, bidding in the market, for a stock that poses an existential threat to our democracy while the major owner of that stock sells it to you every single business day. Do yourself a favor, and delete FB from your life.
Click here to see a tabulation of the daily stock sales being made by Zuckerberg:
We receive about 200 emails per day from people who are trying to build a lithium-based battery pack, and have run into some sort of problem. As a global seller of BMS units, we often hear complaints that the BMS isn’t working properly.
Well let me tell you something. We test every unit before it leaves our shop so that we can shoot down the idea that the BMS isn’t working properly. We do that for you the builder, and also for us. If you can focus on your build knowing that the BMS isn’t the source of your problem, you are going to find the actual problem much faster than blaming failure on the complicated, mysterious BMS unit.
So here you go: Our notes on how to troubleshoot the bug in your build:
We’ve had too many requests to ignore. We’re bringing back the store here to our home website. Everything will still be available at eBay, but prices here will be a bit lower as we’re not having to pay all the extra listing fees.
Also, we will soon be adding an investment page to track and discuss investment opportunities that we actively invest in. Many of these are publicly traded companies. Just always do your own homework.
We’ve been under an almost overwhelming volume of activity the last month, and it has caused us to retrench a bit from our daily upkeep of the website.
First, we’ve killed our storefront here at Gridvision.net. All sales are going through our eBay and Amazon channel at this point. Dueling inventory code was just not something we have time to write at present. We’ve entered the Global Shipping program of eBay, and we’ve already begun making sales around the globe. Our most active non-continental US areas are Australia, Italy and Puerto Rico. Hawaii has been strong as well. We’ve also entered into a deal with a large US supplier of lithium-based cells, and we’re about to begin offering these at excellent prices through our eBay channel. This will complement our existing manufacturer relationships, and allow us to offer an entire array of chemistries and sizes.
We’ve teamed up to start a new entity that has just now been awarded a Patent Pending on a production process for Graphene Nanoribbons. We are actively looking for a suitable lab environment and partner to prove and refine the manufacturing process. Our new entity is General Graphene Technology, Inc.