Ok, so we're actually in the business of manufacturing tax credits. Given the sizable amount of credits that we produce, shouldn't that make us a prime buyout candidate for a large coal company that has a large tax bill? What is ADES going to do with millions of dollars of tax credits and nothing to apply them against?
You hit it on the head. They know the earnings are there to come and we're paying $3 in present dollars for a future $7.50 return. To me, it's signals that big revenue growth will turn to huge gross profits and with credits the after tax net will be big. The folks on the conference call understand that.
It would be foolish not to grab the credits at a run rate you could afford. It would be like letting a commercial property just sit empty.