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Capstone Turbine Corp. Message Board

  • nysenasd10 nysenasd10 May 30, 2013 9:27 AM Flag

    Revenue Ramp & Gross Profit

    CPST is on the verge of exploding to the upside my friends. Revenues mean nothing if the company cannot pull through profit to the bottom line. CPST has never posted a profit but that is about to change. Financially astute investors and readers of this board know the gateway to net profit is capacity utilization. CPST has stated over and over that they are not running even close to capacity production. RIGHT NOW they are demonstrating their product has universal application across a multitude of industries. Each new industry breakthrough will bring an avalanche of follow-up orders (already happening). Fixed cost allocation will drive GP dollars and once the company hits a net profit - this is a 10 BAGGER!!!

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      CPST is on the verge of exploding to the upside my friends. Revenues mean nothing if the company cannot pull through profit to the bottom line. CPST has never posted a profit but that is about to change. Financially astute investors and readers of this board know the gateway to net profit is capacity utilization. CPST has stated over and over that they are not running even close to capacity production. RIGHT NOW they are demonstrating their product has universal application across a multitude of industries. Each new industry breakthrough will bring an avalanche of follow-up orders (already happening). Fixed cost allocation will drive GP dollars and once the company hits a net profit - this is a 10 BAGGER!!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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      • Bump!

        CPST is on the verge of exploding to the upside my friends. Revenues mean nothing if the company cannot pull through profit to the bottom line. CPST has never posted a profit but that is about to change. Financially astute investors and readers of this board know the gateway to net profit is capacity utilization. CPST has stated over and over that they are not running even close to capacity production. RIGHT NOW they are demonstrating their product has universal application across a multitude of industries. Each new industry breakthrough will bring an avalanche of follow-up orders (already happening). Fixed cost allocation will drive GP dollars and once the company hits a net profit - this is a 10 BAGGER!!!

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Capacity Utilization?? What about (BEYOND" EXTENDED CAPACITY UTILIZATION)??
      Wrightspeed, small" contract could mean (1000) C30s.
      Big" contract could be beyond (10,000).

      Then you got Kenworth, Peterbilt manufacturing 1000s of (!CR50s) & (!CR70s) in their plants.
      Beyond extended capacity utilization.
      Billion dollar back log.

    • agreed; CPST could spread very quickly into these sectors just like their website indicates. Farm digesters, hospitals, landfills, HEV, hotels, government, wastewater plants, Marines, land rings, gas compressions, mining, water conversions data centers and oil and gas.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • About to change, but not this quarter. Barring surprises that should have led to an announcement, they will lose somewhere around 2 million this quarter and next. That's very, very close to breakeven, but not quite there. I'm hopeful for q2.

    • lates f13d filing syas the lost only $242k last qtr
      thats nothing $.00 and we will be net profitable this current qtr

 
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