the SA article concerning JVA, didn't paint a very pretty picture. Says the company is basically at the whims of the commodity markets
it was so easy to vote on the merger with WPRT. It was just a few clicks and the "against" vote was processed
they own 10%. They can easily take it private if they can obtain the financing to do so
we are a low priority, for sure. They should take it private if we are too much of a burden to them
they will exceed expectations by a mile, but most of that beat and then some has already been baked into the share price. After all, it has rallied 40% in the last few months. this is a story of buying the rumor and selling the news. If guidance is soft, this one could really take a tumble. many will sell into the news, either way
not $6-7, but possibly $5.00 to $6.00 in the very short term---especially if we get some favorable news out of corporate
whittled away market share? don't you mean whittled away shareholder value? The Liolios group was let go because they were not effective, and were too expensive. Gordon knows what he is doing. In a year, you will be pleasantly surprised. This one is in store for a double.
institutional ownership is 13%! Gordon already said the WMT business is too small to move the needle, but if it evolved into a national contract, now you got a something