to bottom line? Is the RNG the highest margin gas they sell?
How much more RNG do they plan on selling in 2016? They are up to 40 million gallons.
If they show a profit and oil goes back to 55 or 60, then the stock will be back up. But I wonder how close they are to profits even with 40 dollar oil. End of 2016?
if world is serious about climate change, sacrifices will have to be made in all sectors. the way for trucking is through nat gas vehicles. the way to ramp up quickly with least cost is through clne/wprt merger combining compressors, engines, stations, and truck purchase-fueling contracts to lower costs to trucking companies.
Coordinating their technologies and eliminating overlaps and creating synergies.
If the dividend is only 68 cents annual, and the stock goes up to 6.8 to give a 10% yield, then the stock is rising well over 20% plus you get .68/5.50 dividend, which is a 12% dividend. Oh, this is better than when I did the math in my head. So that gets us to a 32% gain. If the dividend rises to 1.10, and the stock rises to 11 dollars, to make it a 10% dividend, well, that's a 100% gain, plus the 20% dividend making it 120% gain.
Easy. Little risk. And yes, the dividend is 1.1 dollars per year. That's over 20% annual, compounded quarterly. That's over 150% gain in five years.
If I bought between 3.90 and 5.60, and assuming that the dividend remains at least 20% of my stock purchase price, the gain will be over 150%, as a result of compounding interest (quarterly).
The dividend right now is at 29%. I have already put into this particular calculation about a major drop in the dividend rate. To explain, bought some at 3.70-something in addition to other shares purchased from 3.90 to 5.60. So, my dividend rate should be between 20 and 29%, have not calculated the exact number. My calculation was for a 20% dividend rate, so I've factored in a drop in dividend rate. Let's say the dividend drops to 90 cents and my investment was at 4.5. I am still getting 20% dividend rate. That's huge. It's steady. And requires little work.So, that incorporates about a 20% drop in dividend rate, and I'm still getting a 20% dividend rate if my average is 4.5 stock price purchase. This thing is about to explode. Shorts are over 20% of the float. Wait for volume and and up day market. It will get to 4.5 by February. 5.5 by mid February.
I mean if the share price goes nowhere, and the dividend rate remains at 29% for five years. Of course, if it remains at 29% for six months, investors will "discover" the stock and jack up the share price to 11.