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U.S. Geothermal Inc. Message Board

  • wrenn_leaming wrenn_leaming May 9, 2013 7:38 PM Flag

    Reasearch

    So lets hope all my research has paid off after reading markkoshinski and namigirl go at it on almost every post. I realized I'll just do my own thing and try to be neutral. but I’m not as entertaining. So my thoughts
    -This company had problems with equipment (yes), but its new technology that's why it had problems and there might be more -(but management did fix them and will probably fix others ) those fixes actually might have improved performance and long term reliability..(Might! ) -They did however gain knowledge for future projects of similar design, but it came at a Cost. Knowing the cost and what we got in return ..totally acceptable.
    -The contract -They are a new company one has to assume the contract was tailored to be more favorable to the contractor (yeap it sucks)... but if you were offered to be a builder on a multimillion dollar (anything) with some new company that's neck deep in debt and has no real profit yet... you would probably need the contract to be tailored more favorable to you .why? because you might get the shaft when it’s time to get paid.
    -Ownership good thing they partnered with Enbridge at least now we have some connections to gain access to a little more capital to start other projects that we would not have the means to get financed otherwise. (+ we get their experience and a little inside info on a competitor) sucks had to pay 40% for it (no it’s 40).
    -This company is NOT being shorted (you want to see a shorted company go look at skull candy)
    -The share price ( Is ) being pressed down because nobody's really buying (look at volume )
    -There will continue to be downward pressure (look at the stock options)
    -There will be more dilution (when it comes time to raise more capital for more projects.)
    -There will be profits this year (unless for some unknown reason there isn't)
    -all of this info leads me the conclusion to buy.. so I did , at .34

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • Nice summary wrenn, thanks for the effort. As you point out, it is pretty straight forward. It is not like trying to figure out what a biotech company is really upto, HTM is a utility company. There is longterm construction financial costs and operational costs..... as long as revenues in, is more then costs out, it should be fine, and that is what we are waiting to learn for Q1, and the CC.

      As for Kunz, nice guy but I am sure everyone with one share of HTM is tired of the share price, so the Board made a change. Lets hope Gilles can get out there and sell the goods... whew 35 cents, come on fellow environmental feel-gooders, geothermal is the way to go, buy some HTM..

    • markkoshinski@bellsouth.net markkoshinski May 9, 2013 10:45 PM Flag

      Wouldn't it be nice if Enbridge only owns about 15-20% of Neil??? We stop hearing about Enbridge didn't we. The biggest thing in the offering is San E 2.... I know that is in the pipeline somewhere. The reason for raising capital is that we did not have any profits that's why we got in trouble in the first place with dilution. As THAT too might have cost Kunz his job. There will be plenty to find out as we search for in the CC with new CEO. Lets see if he can answer our questions.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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