That Shirley is here to make sure no one get's excited here. When any volume comes in, they show up immediately. They would be here 24/7 if we started sharing any ideas daily. This maybe has always been tied to one event happening. Their goal is to have the least amount of shares get in anyone else's hands. That's why they use threats and all the other games. No one knew when this one event would happen, but the key here is make sure no discussions about it. Up to now, that has worked, but this single event is getting closer. That's maybe why the volume increase. That event may have been close last time this spiked to .0169. If Shirley can have a theory, so can I.
However mine explains everything, doesn't it Shirley? I have been pretty reserved about this investment, until the bashers, get me mad, then I get focused. Every time there's momentum move here, it is met immediately by a basher. Today they used the lamest of all theory's to explain away volume. Why because if we start buying, they have to pay up to .0169 a share to out do us. That severally hampers their plans. This has never been about if they get financing, it's about when. Right Shirley.
Maybe things will turn up for you silver. Glad you admit you ride the bus. Now that we didn't already have that figured out. When do they kick you out of the library from using their computers. How's rory doing?
You call what you do Normal? As long as you acted as a grown up, I would treat you like one. The minute you go off the reservation on some made up ploy about insiders buying their own stock, all bets off. You're here for one reason and one reason only, is too keep investors at bay, so the party acquiring shares can do it cheaply.
The issue was raised that owners will skip replacing this filter. Well this person clearly is ignorant of the facts. You have little choice, they wear out and clog up. Just read where OEM's charge about $7,000 for the work. Google DPF and read up. So plenty of room to steal this business. That number of $550M market that the CEO discussed, that was the market for the replacement cost of the filter the OEM's charge, none of the labor or profit, which doubles the price. From what I read, you cannot ignore replacing these filters, this is a new industry and fleet managers are well aware they have this cost to manage. Best way to manage it, find a copy product that uses less earth metals and meets the standards. Looks like a no brainer, that the small shop will now have a competitive advantage over the OEM's. We still get our margins, because our unit doesn't have the rare earth metal costs. The next question is when do they land a OEM to switch?
If they produce PR's they are pumping and dumping, if they produce no PR's, then any volume is insiders working this. You don't hope anyone makes money, you just didn't like being called Shirley. It's obvious you changed your game up, to show a softer side. You make no sense. I bet stalag is right back pumping this, if they ever find financing. With you as his sidekick. I'm giving you the shallow of the doubt that you are not the same ID.
They have to pump this up to $1.00 to keep it listed. This makes sense, who better than Vorlon to spread a rumor? They need a $1 share price for 3 consecutive days.
You cracked this one temps. We'll have to see. No counting your chickens, until they actually produce something real.
I wasn't defensive. I just don't see it your way. But under your theory today, Clayton paid a 25% premium over yesterdays shares to buy his own shares back. Well maybe they Electro shocked the heart here and we saw multiple beats. The IOBS and PVA are good ideas. You never know.
You have your lips planted to spandex and dbtunr hinny's so often, I just assumed you panic and sold WG at $3. I bought more shares today. If the assign four v=bashers to this one board, there's got to be something good in the cards, that they don't want you to know about.
If the Durafit eventually get's 50% of the market and they have a 35% margin that's something like $96.2M in operating profits. Subtract out 20% additional costs, this leaves $75M in profits. Divide that by 14M shares=$5.35 a share profit. Give it a low P/E of 20 and we are looking at $100 a share. This stock got there a few times before, maybe this time it's real deal.
I don't think a $1 is out of the question. If they land a partner, I believe we see $2. Show great results in PH1, $3 a share.
EPC contracts are very large full scope lump sum contracts. This could mean a single deal worth $2B+. The company has hinted several times that they are in discussions. When they land this deal, it will be earth moving on the share price. Would not want to be the idiot who sold at $8.50.
Look at debtunr inventing things we didn't say. No one stated pulled over, but somehow he fabricates a story.
Current 175K filters are replaced a year, at a $550M market. Most of these filters are replaced by the OEM's at a very good market up. Now CDTI shows up with a retrofit one that uses less rare earth metals, meets all the standards and the market is growing. No incentive to change filter, then how come there's a $550M market and growing. Yes, you do say some very stupid stuff. Most paid bashers are not very bright. How about you have rayoman run to your rescue again. Have grandslammer support every stupid comment you make. Best of all you got in bed with spanspur.
My view here is that WG is stepping up to the big leagues. Big difference landing a EPC contract, compared to the EPCm stuff they get today. Having control over the whole project means that they could see much larger project bid/win and greater margins. Things, look like they are coming together. They also expect significant spending on projects in Canada.
They built it, now they will come.
I don't have the need to explain anything away. Your theory creates no additional buying. Most investors don't even look at this anymore. We may have 10 people in the world that even know about the volume. I look at it as a heart beat.
Could the insider transactions, be part of the lawsuit settlement, where they pay back the company the money they over paid themselves.