And until the technology has been approved as cellulosic ethanol producing, which it isn't, it won't figure any way.
$4.66 - Damn, I was 1 cent off.....
It should close above $4.65 or it could test resistance at $4 next.
And oil's plunging......could be sooner than later.
Aquired is the Word. The board paid $0 for 348,046 shares. Neil Koehler took 100,000 shares,
No sale of plants. No merger. No ZOOM ZOOM. No BOOM BOOM. No WROOM WROOM.
Ohh,I see. You're telling us, they're up to scerwing shareholders? Right.
Just for the numbers - VP Christopher Wright disposed of 31,000 shares yesterday. Allmost half of his stock.
At an average Price around $6.
Why? Insiders knows something.
That is correct but You and Biff individually still owns more than Goldman Sachs.
It actually is the most comprehensive and detailed presentation, I ever saw/heard from the company, regarding the nat-gas adventure.
Spread the Word.... :)
I think You would like to subtract SG&A from the gross profit. And in that case, they lost $1.01 mill. in the quarter.
It was a bad quarter. The debt to Third Eye is strangling them.
AMTX - that's a fairytale of its own. Strangled by debt to Third Eye Capital - first they tried an IPO of the India biodiesel factory. The oil-glut has put that on a hold.
Next brilliant idea is to lend excessive amounts of money at Third Eye to finance cellulosic ethanol joint venture installations at half the countrys ethanol plants.
Let's see how that turns out.
CBOT Corn at $3.94. Rising as a rocket.
REX reports quarterly earnings may 19. Let's talk thursday.
CBOT Corn at $3.91 per bushel.
Not what I call dropping like a stone.
It's there in page 6 of the SEC form 10-Q. It looks like it's interest from Q4 2015, that was rolled.
I was wondering why interest Q4 2015 was as low as $1.015 mill. versus $6.233 in Q1 2016.