I know some will say I'm pumping, but I've been in the market long enough to know what type of company profile will drive a stock price and earnings. HPJ as a micro-cap with huge clients, profits, and growth in all the key/hot sectors is one of these stocks. HPJ is a company profile/story that is not found often. Think about Apple many many years ago. Top tier technology and vision. Buy and hold.
Especially if they announce where the newly approved Electric Vehicle batteries are going (just because that sector is hot and has the eyes of investors). Still believe there is some hope with Tesla given Henry Sun was onsite at their summit, the Tesla office in California is down the street from the HPJ office, etc. Yes, I'm a dreamer, but there are at least a couple dots to connect...better than no dots. And again, the fact the lead battery scientist at HPJ has already done projects for Apple, Samsung, and others. Foot is in the door and one contract from one of these companies would be off the charts for a $98M company...especially with the low forward P/E of 20 or so right now.
MM's took quite a few shares in the last week with the shake-outs. But us longs know a $98M company with contracts already with Sony, Philips, Timex, Acer, and many more, is hard to find. And now working on the latest and greatest technology thru wireless rechargable batteries with WATT. Our undiscovered micro-cap is starting to get a little more attention and the conference next week should help too. One more contract announced and I believe the back of the shorts will be cracked for a while and we'll break out to 52 week highs.
it has, however it is supposed to pick up in 2015 so this is pretty much great timing, and I don't think it will be the last deal we see like this in this field
Ok...i did a lttle research. It has definitely been around awhile but it appears there is a huge possibility of improvement. This is just based on the ask.com/wiki link below.
Lower efficiency, waste heat - The main disadvantages of inductive charging are its lower efficiency and increased resistive heating in comparison to direct contact. Implementations using lower frequencies or older drive technologies charge more slowly and generate heat within most portable electronics.
Slower charging - due to the lower efficiency, devices can take longer to charge when supplied power is equal.
More costly - Inductive charging also requires drive electronics and coils in both device and charger, increasing the complexity and cost of manufacturing.
Inconvenience - When a mobile device is connected to a cable, it can be freely moved around and operated while charging. In current implementations of inductive charging (such as the Qi standard), the mobile device must be left on a pad, and thus can't be moved around or easily operated while charging.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Isnt this technology that has been around for several years?
Sentiment: Strong Buy
peaness, you obviously dont read. look at the Micro Cap Review article, an American CFA analyst visted them and wrote about the he saw. you are dumb, but did not know you are this dumb. if you short, you will loose big. better cover now.
are you really this dumb?
Is that really the best trolling you can come up with? - your perennial "fluff" argument, now combined with a vague "chinese" slur and a suggestion that HPJ is falsifying its customer base, even though Sony, Acer, Costco, Timex... - none of them in fact - have ever come forward to deny their affiliation with Highpower.
I say "troll", because if you were short this stock you'd have cut your losses and moved on long ago.
so all of this doesn't seem a little suspicious to you? isn't it a bit unlikely that a "nanocap" has all this technology??? don't you think there is just a tad bit of fluff and hype here? they certainly know how to portray a company with everything ticking, but how many chinese companies have done the same thing and fallen by the wayside after they are found to be a scam. i believe HPJ sells batteries, but after that, there seems to be a lot of unrealistic hope being put out there by them.
HPJ news is always good news, but never over-hyped. Just a growing momentum of new customers with a wide range of applications. the stock moves up slowly, forming a new base on every dollar tick, while we know another earnings beat is on the horizon. i'm hoping the S&P drops back to low 80s today, so i can accumulate a few more HPJ shares.
I agree. Very undervalued here for all of their future potential
A forward thinking company at its best. Mobile (Acer tablet news), wearable (Timex news), Wire-free charging (Watt news), wireless (Sony news), Electric Vehicles (electric bus news and batteries approved now for other vehicles), etc etc. Incredible.