Where do I stand? Well, I bought shares at $2.25, and at the end of the day the book was so thin that they would not fill my buy order for 2,000 @ $2.22, with an ask of $2.22.
If this persists, it may be one of the last opportunities to get in at this level. Someday, I will make arrangements to have the stock go higher.
The story continues to excite, the company is undervalued, and if for some reason Breeze had said that the company was looking at Strategic Alternatives the stock would be at $4.50 this evening. Company is worth a minimum of $6 to $8 now, as is.
Of course, I will have more to say on the subject this quarter. Can't wait to disect the cc. Actually, I love the company and the opportunity in front of it. Breeze is forthright and the right man for the job. He is a deal maker.
Nikhil is a great person to oversee the financials. The scientific guys are sharp innovators.
There was plenty of positives in the narrative. "initiatives that I cannot comment on", on future Honda deployments. Clearaires absence. Craig Breeze's comments about the the disruptive nature of CDTI's technology, "this is why I cam to CDTI a year ago". Any investor who denies the importance of the Honda & Pirelli rollouts is in denial.
BTW, is the premise that CDTI at $2.22, never sells above $3 or $4 again? LOL!