If ISS recommended that FSYS merge with WPRT I doubt very much this Company is going belly up. Giddy on up!
very quickly...nice that it has come down some to get some more. While oil gains may not have lasted NG prices are on an upward trajectory and unlike oil will not be compromised by cheap imports...NG only going one way and that number is only getting bigger...will be very green by the end of the day.
Bit of truth to that. But more likely that long players finally see this as a good opportunity to get on board or more on board. Should rise steadily from here.
The opportunity for capital appreciation is great here but will require some time to show value of integration with FSYS as well as results from introduction of the new engine being touted by Volvo. I'd prefer there be no reverse spilt or buyback as they need to preserve money and RS never seem to work. Hopefully others with deep pockets will see what of opportunity there is in this Company and buy some stock to counteract the clear attack of some traders to bring this Company to its knees. Maybe Chinese or Indian company or government could make an investment in their future by using Company to clean up their polluted cities. Time will tell.
Possibly and Ross selling to prop up other bets he may have got wrong. Hopefully he was on the right side of trades today so he doesn't need t liquidate any more of his NVGS stock. No way this stock should be at these levels.
Good Company, good products. The world just needs to catch up with them and they will. I'm siting on 150,000 shares so will hurt quite a bit. if I'm wrong. Bigger the risk, bigger the reward so will be a very nice retirement if I'm right. All work and no play makes...
that will likely be me as I'm in for another 50,000 shares. Hard to say NO at these prices. Likely buy some more on the next leg down. all good news coming out of the Company. Brighter days ahead.
And I think Wilbur/Inestco may be unloading some shares to provide liquidity needed in their other funds. Metrics still look good on this one.
You're right. Not over until the fat lady sings. Someone was smart they'd be buying up all these very cheap shares then take Company private. Not sure how they are doing extinguishing debt but sure the bond holders are worried enough to take pennies on the dollar so they should be capitulating and so hopefully debt burden much lower.
Maybe it's a play by Company to put as much pressure as possible on bondholders to tender at basement prices for cash then they withdraw the BK filing and we move on with the high oil and NG prices?