I know that this is a gamble, but I really think this company will gain more exposure over time. I know local news stations have mentioned them, but as soon as a major network like CNN catches on, we see then see this move up.
Like I said its a long shot, but I think Cyclone has tremendous potential. Companies are finally ordering products, if they are successful, then more and more companies will follow. I really think that Cyclone has a better chance selling the commercial products rather than the consumer products like (car engines, lawnmowers etc" Because big business are always looking for ways to cut costs and be friendlier to the environment.
The multi-fuel capabilities are what struck me. Also that it can use fuel that doesn't require the degree of refinement that gas engines do. This is HUGE. Neighborhood or even back yard fuel production is not unthinkable with an engine that will run on liquids, gases, slurries, sludges and chunks. (It is my understanding that anything that will burn will cause it to generate power.) Once any durability/dependability issues are demonstrated and resolved, it will be an easy sell. The only downside I can see at this point is there is no history of use in the field, but there should be some indication of what it will do under actual work conditions as more are sold and installed. Fingers crossed!
Agreed 110%. It won't be overnight, but 2-5 years out, this company will either be bought out or have considerable licensing agreements / sales. Either way, price/share will be many times what it is today.