To the guy who said CECO was a much better company than COCO, COCO is supposed to earn money this quarter while CECO is supposed to lose. Yet CECO goes up and COCO meanders. The logic of Wall Street. There is none.
It is interesting that COCO is trading for a slightly lower EV/EBITDA multiple than CECO (1.74 vs. 1.89...both are appropriately LOW) even though CECO's financial statistics are terrible (ROA & ROE are negative, EBITDA is negative, Operating CF ttm is negative). However, COCO is "only" 15% below its 52 week high while CECO is still 35% below its 52 week high. Both concepts are troubled given that some of their metrics (gainful employment, etc) have been scrutinized by various government agencies.