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Gevo, Inc. Message Board

  • insurancefla1 insurancefla1 Jul 29, 2013 6:52 AM Flag

    Potential for aTakeover looms!

    Its clear GEVO has the right product that over time will be a huge success. However, one thing is certain, now that GEVO has cleared the majority of lawsuits and issue with Butamax has been resolved. The onus is on management and a CEO who truly seems absorbed in lining his pockets rather than expansion. Hence, i believe GEVO is ripe for a Takeover within the next 12 months.Clearly, the Shareprice is way undervalued and the reason it will remain so is due to the fact Gevo`s management sits on its #$%$, and isn`t agressive enough to expand business. The fact that they took so long to fix an issue in its manf plant speaks volumes about its lack of concern for the company and for its shareholders! I truly believe Gevo will be bought out between 6-8 p/s.Looming in the back round waiting to jump all over Geveo is a Dupont or Dow. who realize the upside potential and market Gevo can have!

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    • The Coca-Cola - Heinz Pet Bottle market share is estimated worth $30 Billion a year.
      Gevo tried to hedge against a takeover by getting the $250 million shelf....
      A hostile take-over is definitely ripe for the making...and very easy for BP and DuPont......
      My feeling is BP and DuPont are prepared and are waiting for the perfect opportunity. Although the mgmt. of Gevo is slower than honey in sub artic temperatures one thing can not be denied. The managements ability to pursuade clients within their market. Example, DoD, Coca-Cola, Heinz, AtoJ markets.....I feel BP and DuPont will wait for a takeover until all ink is dried on a signed contract with GEVO between those entities. It may be that GEVO has purposely not inked the large deals because they know it will make them ripe for the picking and they have very little defense.......

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      • The shelf reg is for 3yrs. The facts are David v Goliath with BP and Dupont will eventually meet head to head,we all realize the outcome. Gruber, maybe a great innovator,but in my opinion lacks the ability to take GEVO to the next level,which is what Shareholders want and it reflects the shareprice as well. GEVO patents are worth billions,yet, they`re not utilizing their advantages against the competition and there lies the cruxt of their problems. Until, GEVO finds a leader who can handle the street, issue decent PR and enhance shareholder value, GEVO will remain in limbo!

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