this co. has reserves of several million and couls get financing easily after all with a hugh DOE contract in the bag. Gee what a buying opportunity at 10.25 today that won't last long and this stock will soar when the final numbers come out with in a couple of weeks go DTRK we will all be glad we own this stock soon.
Stockpicker I appreciate your enthusiastic view of DRTK. As you well know I have been long on DRTK like you. But I think you misunderstand the financing issue. First of all, it is BNFL that must get the financing--DRTK is a contractor to BNFL on Hanford. Under DOE's privatizations concept, the contractor is supposed to finance everyting and would only get paid when they begin treating the waste at Hanford. The hang-up is that ramping up to begin treating the waste is very complex and expensive. Lenders apparently view Hanford as risky and are reluctant to lend money to BNFL without guarantees from the government that the contractors would be paid in the event the project doesn't get going. But as I have said, I am sure this will be overcome because not do do it now would invite anger from the people (voters) who live in that region--and I don't think the politicians want that sort of anger now--in an election year. For anyone else who is knowledgeable of this issue--am I wrong in my assessment? Respond please.