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Clean Diesel Technologies Inc. Message Board

  • woodfrog8 woodfrog8 Jan 18, 2013 2:03 PM Flag

    CDTI Posters

    It seems the more things change the more they stay the same. it seems posters come and go to this board ---all seem to fall into the same category over time. They are either " this stock is a few days/weeks away from exploding to the up side" because good news is just around the corner . The others are the chartist." The charts point to a huge turning point in a few days ". I've seen them come and go.
    I got into this stock from the Spin off fro FTEK many moons ago. Call me a dope because I believed in what the Company was doing was important for a number of reasons. Also call me a dope for , forever blaming the current or past management for the stocks failure.
    After some serious reflection, 2013 will be my I last hurrah with CDTI. If Breese does not succed in getting Honda to put CDTI products into all Hondas[ not just Accords] and get an additional OEM { Nissan, Toyota or whoever ]to buy into this tech. And California doesn't finally come through with Heavy Diesel regulation compliance---Well I will bite the bullet big time-----then CDTI will go up!!!!!!

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • Let not your heart be troubled Wood Frog..........

      Look at the long term chart, multiply the # of shares outstanding by the share price, view the revenues each year, and place a value on 200 plus patents, and of course, a new era of technology with a disruptive profile. Not a technology which is theory, not a technology in the planning stages. not a technolgy hoping to be qualified with an OEM..........no, a technology which saves 37% per unit according to Honda Motors. Business will always go where it costs less to produce.

      Some of the posters are here because they understand that even with the artificial knock down at the hands of Greenberg & Schwartz, the company itself could be sold for more than its naked enterprise value. If CDTI management were to put this company on the market, as is, it would bring $50 to $75 million within 12 months. They just may decide to explore strategic alternatives.......

      Craig Breeze"s personal options have no value whatsoever until they reach $2.86 per share.

      Breeze is a sharp guy, the CFO is prudent and in command, and everyone in the organization is focused on making the completion of the total Honda product line quality/priority job one.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to spanspur
      • Spanspur---Excuse me if I reserve an opinion re Breese until I see a little more than just an Accord contract. I would have thought that by now---more than 6 months since the Accord announcement that Honda would have added some addition models ---if the savings are that great---why the delay. Again, if the savings are that good why aren't Nisson or Toyota or whoever knocking down our doors to get on board?
        Believe me, no one hopes more than I do that Breese is CDTI's savior. I like other long term shareholders [ diluted more than I care to admit] though have seen many saviors come and go with the same horrible results.
        One thing remains a constant------The Company gives us no information at all----two months now since any PR out of cracker jack IR department.
        If, and I say If, as you say good times are just around the corner, the suitors will be sniffing around hot and heavy to buy up the Company. Let us truly see some more progress though before we spent all that capital gain!!!!

        Sentiment: Hold

 
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