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  • spanspur spanspur Jan 16, 2013 5:48 PM Flag

    Today's Action...........

    The goal was to take the stock down. This is why they sold with reckless abandon on the open. If they were looking to get out and salvage value the seller would not have acted this way. The goal was to take the stock down a level or two.

    I purchased 25K today between 2.30 and 2.44.

    Do you really want to give your shares away at this level?

    The reason they took it down was to get your shares. Begin paying up for your shares.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Nothing will happen this week, possibly next week. Stock seems to be retracing the move on the weekly, hopefully we'll get a nice move next week.

    • Spanspur---Who;s goal was this?--Blocks of stock in the action today---do not just come of of the air---Who posseses that type of stock? Insiders t would be my guess but we will not know for a few days. The other possibility is the Short sellers are back in a big way and want to take CDTI down to $2 then hopefully cover on CDTI once again disappointing earnings wise.

      Sentiment: Hold

      • 1 Reply to woodfrog8
      • Woodfrog..........you miss the essence of the sellers actions, the desires of the sellers by acting at the OPEN. The goal, selling approximatelty 65,000 shares in the first 20 minutes of trading was to hammer the price down. The goal, was not to harvest or maintain value, but to take the share price lower. Yes, someone could definetly move this stock lower, either a short seller or merely a trader wishing to pickup a quick 10% to 20%. Anyone with a 100K shares can have their way with the share price. In fact it would not take that much. Buyers of CDTI (and maybe rightly so) are seemingly afraid to recognize the underlying value of the company. But my bet is that the today's sellers do, and the goal was to acquire shares at a lower level. Late in the day, when the stock ascended back into the high $2.40's, some sales took place and then there was another show of force with 4K and 6K offerings.

        That kind of show of force is to prevent the price from going higher. So be it. Let it go lower, save your money, and buy value when you see it.

        There is risk. Heavy Diesel may not end up be as robust as everyone had hoped. So what!
        A court could set aside the mandate, but it does appear that the courts have ruled for the mandate.
        Doesn't matter either way.

        Forget about quarterly earnings. They will not be meaningful or GAAP positive. The value of the company is in the gasoline side of the business. One day, an announcement will be made wherein Honda's intention to add another 300K, 500K, or 800K units, to the already 300K Accord units will be revealed. Clean seamless licensing money.

        Pay close attention to what the CEO, CFO, and the Operations VP have done is pairing down the operating expenses. They have done a great job in that area.

        Finally Wood Frog, keep an eye on CDTI's past share price. What we have witnessed has been a well choreographed sell down. There are only 7.2 million shares outstanding. Frog, pay particular attention to the Naked Enterprise Value of the company. This is why I. am here

        That value is less than $25 million. CDTI's patented technology saves Honda 37% per catalytic unit on each and every Honda Accord. Honda paid CDTI $1 million to help design the new plant.
        They have been working with CDTI since 2001. Watch for an announcment about completion of the licensing agreement. And additional Honda models.

        Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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