Housing Starts Fall as Northeast Feels Effects of Sandy

go@PTSC | Dec 19, 2012 08:49 AM ET Do you know how a volcano erupts? It builds and builds pressure until an EVENT happens. I see a parallel to that with PTSC. A lot of good news on legal issues. Too many USPTO reviews to count. And now we have the ITC saying a Markman is not required for them. It seems to me like compare where we are NOW to any past event is invalid. We have NEVER been this strong. I look forward to a `Perfect Storm` to hit the infringers. I am not sure who the `discerning investors` are or why they cant see what there is to be positive about. I assure you that you will NOT see a slow and steady rise in the share price. Penny stocks that truly succeed simply never do that.

go@PTSC | Dec 19, 2012 08:49 AM ET Do you know how a volcano erupts? It builds and builds pressure until an EVENT happens. I see a parallel to that with PTSC. A lot of good news on legal issues. Too many USPTO reviews to count. And now we have the ITC saying a Markman is not required for them. It seems to me like compare where we are NOW to any past event is invalid. We have NEVER been this strong. I look forward to a `Perfect Storm` to hit the infringers. I am not sure who the `discerning investors` are or why they cant see what there is to be positive about. I assure you that you will NOT see a slow and steady rise in the share price. Penny stocks that truly succeed simply never do that.

antisocial | Dec 19, 2012 09:06 AM ET here we go again, blame game, every piece of bad news has an explainable reason for being bad!!! my god people, will you simply clarify the true facts...bad is bad and good is good... CNBC you are the mother of all corrupted news in the planet. fawk you

ThomasReagan | Dec 19, 2012 09:15 AM ET Wait....there was a CNBC housing article yesterday that was optimistic because of the hurricane. When the financial system is completely fraudulent you have to baffle everyone with BS.

troykane | Dec 19, 2012 09:23 AM ET I agree 100%. Bad news is always scapegoated. If it weren`t for Sandy, this would have ben Bush`s fault.

stockbandit91 | Dec 19, 2012 09:55 AM ET Up 21% year over year is not BAD news people....up 21% despite the biggest storm to hit the NE in years is GOOD news... but continue to think housing isn`t recovering and be wrong.

paesano75 | Dec 19, 2012 09:58 AM ET Didn`t CNBC report last week that housing starts were up???? like the weather these reports change by the hour!

knetaz | Dec 19, 2012 09:58 AM ET "my god people, will you simply clarify the true facts...bad is bad and good is good..." You are an idiot. If you need sh !t dumbed down and spelled out like that, maybe you should see if FAUX Business News is more your speed. They are real good and telling people when things are good or bad, so that you don`t have to interpret that for yourself.

EugeneDAlessio | Dec 19, 2012 09:59 AM ET Your gonna blame the weather again.....try the banks are holding more forclosures on there books then you morons have hair on your heads....wake up....WE DID....the fuzzy good feelings are over...no one is paying there mortgage anymore...even if they can...and the ones that have rentals are keeping the rent money....why do you think comsumer spending is up....were using the banks money.....were all getting in on the corruption of Wall St.....Happy New Year

duck33 | Dec 19, 2012 10:07 AM ET A home has become a means for the robber baron to rob you of your life`s work and if you do not own one you will be wealthier in the long run. No rule of law has murdered housing as a investment it has become a means to pillage from bank fraud to insurer fraud to to the tax man and utilities.






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