I'm not short. I just expected a very poor quarter. This company needs to stand on it's own two feet. They didn't do that yesterday. I suspect the selling will follow through on Monday.
You cannot honestly tell us, that quarter impressed you. Balance sheet numbers are a small fraction of the valuation. If you want to see the $20's, you need revenues. You didn't get that yesterday and no pumping is going to change that. At some point this stock is going to have to stand on it's own and I didn't see that in the numbers.
As a former long, I have to admit that I was shocked by the numbers. First, 4-K looks like a bust. They lost $53M......How? That is a huge loss and it included a profit on a sale of an asset. So they really burnt through $70M. There was nothing positive in any of this. That said, I bet they held back on filing the NDA, so they would have something to keep spirits up here.
You would be wiser to have shifted to Frosts metal plays, they are up 18% and 41%, this past week.
No news. Did you own any? I notice CDTI came back at the close. We had a very good day. Took that line from the movie Draft Day.
Jump in the front seat with spanspur, will put a smile on his face.
Genius is only down $2 a share. Please buy shares and help him out of this hole.
You leave out that thy distributed shares to insiders. They failed to inform that they distributed some of the shares. Rockport was out of this a long time ago. The insiders are shown here to have sold the remaining 7K shares or so. This just cleans it up completely. They probably saw that $6 price and decided to sell. Just like we all did. Well except spanspur and dbtunr. One held and one never had a chance.
Metuchen will give the second lap dance. If he's get's in shape. That COCP thing might make it a little strange. No one likes an over weight, hard breathing lap dance. But then again, you are an odd group, who might get off on things like that.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) verified ROADWARRIOR™ diesel particulate filters are used to retrofit on-road diesel engines for the reduction of diesel particulate matter (soot) from engine exhaust. The exhaust gas is forced through the filter's catalytically-coated ceramic monolith, containing long narrow channels which are open at one end and blocked at the other, and particulate matter (soot) becomes trapped in the filter. A vehicle fitted with a CARB verified ROADWARRIOR™ diesel particulate filter will operate normally, using only the heat in the exhaust gas to continuously burn off the soot particulates and transform them into carbon dioxide.
In addition, DCL International has re-named its brand of on-road direct fit OEM replacement diesel particulate filter and diesel oxidation catalyst products as ROADWARRIOR™ DF. The name change will help customers better distinguish between the two brands of DCL on-road products: the CARB verified retrofit ROADWARRIOR™ diesel particulate filters and the ROADWARRIOR™ DF direct fit OEM replacement parts.
Roadrunner is the name of the product they do retrofits with. CDL has another name for their version of a DPF for newer models. I posted a few days ago the info on CDL and it pointed out that their model is not sold in CA. The roadrunner is just a retrofit name and btw there are several sites in CA where they install roadrunner retrofits. If I have time I will post info on the name of CDL's newer product.
I found a site that buys old DPF. So they may recycle the filters metals. If CARB gives the green light and CDTI shifts their retrofit business over to installing Durafit, they can sell the used DPF they remove. They pay between $50- $200 depending on the filter. Every little bit helps.
With either CARP news or GM validation. Is Cowan sensing something positive in Durafit line? The treatment independents probably received trying to break into the after market with DPF's, maybe now coming back to haunt the OEM's. When you are the only game in town, you treat independents like second class citizens, now that Durafit is out there, independents can give some payback.
Cowen Starts Clean Diesel Technologies (CDTI) at Outperform
February 26, 2015 6:51 AM EST
Cowen initiated coverage on Clean Diesel Technologies (NASDAQ: CDTI) with