This is the first of many makes and models that will be using low or zero pgm catalyst materials from CDTI. If it's on the 2017 Honda Accord, other manufacturers have to incorporate it in new product offerings. If you're not keeping up w clean tech and cost savings in mass market cars, you can't win.......
Roth is bristling over loss of secondary business to Lake Street Capital, which put a buy and 2.50 target on and then 30 days later floated at offering at a buck and change. Both shady operators that shouldn't be dealt with. They need a new name and website, a 30-40 second video and go shop at Oppenheimer, Ladenburg Thalman, or D.A. Davidson in Boise, whoThey can distribute a 15mil offering to their existing wealth management accounts. No muss, no fuss, no B.S.
Well take the profit and don't look back. Most people who buy Gig stock have lost money since it went public. The only one who always goes to the bank is Avi Katz, that is a fact.
I paid more for this stock 8 yrs ago than it's worth today. Avi Katz has misled investors at every turn repaying their hard-earned money not to mention good faith by hiding it and stealing it. The larger the top line the more he can steal. It's all about his personal wealth, period end of subject.
As I understand it, the powder coating that Panasonic refers to in their press release is part of the advanced materialsl suite licensed from CDTI. This is all patented Stephen Golden stuff, and owned by CDTI. I think Panasonic not disclosing their source in the press release is part of the business strategy which has to include, in my opinion, further licensing across different territories and applications or outright purchase of a controlling interest in CDTI.
For them to spend 80-90mil now for low PGM and zero PGM catalyst IP and then rapidly develop and control world markets for next generation tailpipe pollution control is a winner for everybody. I don't know what this works out to in CDTI share price, but I believe it happens within the year. If Panasonic doesn't make the move, I would sell the company to Volkswagen, which is controlled by sovereign investors in Quatar with even more money than Panasonic. That would put VW stock back on the buy list.
Actually, Pan is one of the buyers with Anshan, so he will still be the majority owner. I say the deal does happen, the money transfers and HPJ is off to the races in PV and EV batteries- I believe the stock will triple by year end.