I was looking at this as a company that could potential partner with others to help control their exhaust and use the bi-products in various markets... I don't see that happening in the current political environment. That is quite a run in the stock from 2.68 to where it is today and I am thinking of taking some of the money out of it because I doubt there is a multiple to support this.. I remember that the only other company that was doing algae was in some scandel because of hexane (bad time to sell it to) and had a deal with british petroleum, I would be at a loss without research to find something similar but I suspect this would no longer be considered a value stock.
I have to agree -- that is the formula for investment success and it continues to work for me. Patience, as always, wins with quality investments. Cyanotech will one day be far above where we are today.