sadly, it seems many folks believe when a stock splits the dividend stays the same thus increasing their dividend. I think this get ahead of itself and I let a little go. Will buy back at $66
it's now on the IR page of the cdti website under SEC docs. It's the first one at the top DEF14A
second half was cut off. I tried posting it multiple times and yahoo won't let me. It's on the nasdaq site. DEF14A
Dear CDTi Stockholder:
As we close 2015 – in many respects a transformational year for CDTi – we look forward to 2016 as a breakout year for the company. Our momentum is driven by the successful launch of new products, winning new customers and entering new geographic markets. CDTi has also realigned and repositioned the company in support of its advanced materials and high-value catalyst strategy. Recent commercial and operational progress firmly positions the company on a path to sustainable profitability and long-term growth.
Trends in the macro environment favor CDTi and its unique capabilities. Transportation emissions continue to grow as a result of increased vehicle production globally with air pollution and emissions standards rising to the forefront of regulatory reforms around the world. All of the largest regulatory regions – North America, China, India and Europe – are ratcheting-up emissions standards, driving OEMs globally to seek proven, cost-effective solutions for compliance.
To adhere to stricter standards, many catalyst manufacturers are eager to adopt advanced technologies such as those CDTi incorporates into its products. This is best demonstrated by the supply agreement we signed with Panasonic Ecology Systems in November wherein we will supply our new synergized-platinum group metal (SPGM™) diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC). There are more deals in the pipeline that we expect to announce this year, and more long-term opportunities with programs using our breakthrough Spinel™ platform. The potential savings from deploying our next generation three-way catalyst technology in the context of a multi-million unit global vehicle passenger car market is enormous. As such, our Spinel™ initiatives represent a potential step change in business volumes over the longer term.
GLW has made a DPF called DuraTrap for many years. I think the DuraFit name is an attempt to fool some folks. The environmental division of GLW is a $1B+ standalone business.
says he has no position in his latest paid article on thestreet.
Ironically his one chart shows the drop off in Avis/Hertz which will effect them much more than TAXI as they have debt that exceeds their market cap. The stocks to short are right there in front of his face and he can't even see it.
He has been regulated to a paid shill from a Russian thug. I guess the Russian looked for a disgraced US analyst and Hickman came up to the top of the list
re your claim of increased submissions, the stats page does not bear that out. Crossover attempts and success rate are at historical averages. So no NGC to PCGS game. Increased volume was due to 200,000 more Modern coins coming in via their new program. The pop reports confirm that.
There is no way to tell if dealers are playing the PCGS to PCGS crackout game. You can observe that warranty costs have been below historical norms which would indicate few overgraded coins in PCGS slabs. If dealers were playing PCGS to PCGS re-grade game, you would expect warranty costs to increase.
Comments on the message boards indicate that PCGS is tight right now so now would not be a great time to crackout and try a re-grade.
If you are right and dealers are cracking out PCGS coins and them re-submitting raw, that is a high risk game that only few play. If dealers are playing PCGS re-grade game in the slab, that would cost them 1% on an upgrade; a steep fee. High end coin prices are a little soft right now so I am not sure if the game is worth playing.
interesting in that the cars can't be fixed via software. Apparently the catalytic converters are substandard and are only designed to work when in diagnostic mode. So this was a decision made way up the chain of command in VW. If this was a software fix, the catalytic converters would fail after a short time due to their substandard design.
FYI - Mitsubishi has admitted to doing the same thing.
so after 15 years, you are saying workers barely make $75k which includes $20K+ in health benefits, a 401K match, and a pension? So essentially they make $30K or $15/hr?
I believe you that they make $75K, you are leaving out the tens of thousands of benefits that they also receive. Their loaded salaries are closer to $130K. Not bad.
at least you attempt an argument. I give you that. However, you are looking in the rear view mirror at what happened, not at the stats page that shows what will happen. When they report RECORD earnings in a few weeks, what will you say then? you will have missed a gigantic run again
I wouldn't mind the insults if he actually did a little analysis and made an attempt to rationalize his thesis. At least herpes tried, even though his argument makes no sense. This is the sweet spot time for CLCT; dividend about to be declared, earnings on the way. I think $20 is reasonable within 3 weeks. Not an outrageous estimate
Would love to be at $18 by dividend announcement next week and by earnings in 2 weeks. We could hit $20 in that scenario post-earnings.
where's beefstu? Oh yeah, he disappears every time it makes a run cause he is a coward