It doesn't matter. The only thing which is important is for WPRT management to slow spending and get sales moving. Anything else is a speculators game.
If you believe WPRT products are valuable in the market and can be built while cost of production can be controlled, short speculators will take a hit. For those who do not believe management can pull this off selling is the answer which will yield profit.
At this point I am moving to the center. It is starting to look like WPRT may have pushed the envelope too far. They may not be able to see the volume of sales which will cover costs and generate enough profit to justify a higher PE.
Holding for now but time seems to be running out. 2 more quarters of poor revenue and I may need to move on.
they have always been about growing
That means investing in new fields and products
Thats where a large % is spent
Yes the could easily be profitable this year
So you would have them give up on new fields and new product?
They will grow 100% in the US this year in engines for trucks
Enn with its partners will rent trucks and a lot of 15l
So 15l sales will grow by 100s of %
The new 12l starts with small and will reach a good % in September
China sales will be good
Volvo just moves slow
I can not see what they could have done different
It took stations and product
Both are a lot better
So go to clne and blue lng sites for this year and you will see how many stations there will be
Shell so far is just all talk
It's a Resistence Number.
Plus people wear blinders..and art stupid..some are ignorant..some still think an XRay machine is a fake, we never landed on the the moon and the Holocost never happened. Othe than that we haven't a clue as to why the price drops when 30 is hit