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Consolidated Water Co. (CWCO) Message Board

  • irbbping irbbping Jul 14, 2006 1:50 PM Flag

    the usual suspects

    Percentage wise this is close to if not the worst decline in the past 5 years. The fundamentals have not changed, UNLESS the continuing energy issues are really going to affect long term growth in the area that this company operates. The cruise ship business for example has an effect. A cooling in real estate will have an effect. It has always sold at a relatively high multipul, if this continues it is a bargain here at a PE ratio in the low 20's . Will it continue to be relatively immune to the overall economy as it has in the past and rebound back to new highs, that is the question.

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    • Don't get nervous, the stock will rise. Water is a prescious commodity especially with global warming. Yes there is the risk of hurricanes, but people can not live w/o water and CWCO has some interesting technology to fulfill customer need. Stock will rise as it has in the past. With the decline, this is a good time to purchase more.

    • Sorry for the addendum, I do not have allshimers just half himers. CHKE, another of my favorites just said enough already and turned up, CWCO is as weak as I have seen it in the few years I have been trading and watching it. I am long a few shares of CWCO but only about 25% of the past and looking for an entry point.

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