Not sure why he'd buy. He already owns 18,000 shares and management typically does not like to bring attention to its stock. They like to maintain a low profile, especially to keep the PE firms and activists away.
When are these shares finally going to cool down? I'd like to add to my position, but I hate chasing stocks. We need a significant pullback. The problem is we keep getting higher highs, and higher lows-not exactly conducive to buying wholesale.
the stock is now firmly above its 50 day MVA, and just a few pennies shy of eclipsing its 100 day MVA. the big one will be, when it pops above its 200 day MVA near the $13.75 mark.
It appears that the Venezuela situation has improved , and product could commence shipping soon. This is an important development, because Venezuela represents FSYS's second largest South American customer next to Argentina.
these guys could stumble on a warehouse full of pallets with gold bars strapped to them, and they'd still manage to lose money. I don't think they like paying income taxes, and the best way to avoid income taxes is not earning any money
FSYS is the most logical target,as its enterprise value is tiny compared to the others. WPRT's enterprise value is 8 times higher than FSYS's, while CLNE's is a staggering 13 times higher.
In the third quarter, LUB's combo units averaged $92,000 of weekly sales, producing a 21.3% unit profit margin. That is not too shabby in my book. Compare that against the typical Lubys store selling $51,000 per week and Fuddruckers at $32,000 per week. The combo stores outperform by more than 10%. The combo unit (the only one able to be calculated into same store sales) saw robust 2.2% same store sales growth.