My understanding is there are no restrictions to Gevo moving forward on ASTM D1655 certification
They're in a good spot, low share count means explosive upside on positive developments, have enough cash through October in my estimates. Lots can happen in that time frame and if they can't get upfront licensing fees I think they will raise money on much higher share price but just think for a moment what would happen to
stock price if they strike a licensing deal with significant upfront payments say in the 10's of millions of dollars.
This would explode. When they get approval for use in jet fuel this will explode. It's just a matter of time and
not that long IMO. There's some fruit cake writing the obituary for Gevo on another message board sounding like an analyst or something, I think it's raging bull. He's obviously lost money and not dealing with a full deck as he's forgetting the most important element investors look for and that's future potential. The potential for isobutanol in cars, planes, boats, plastics and more is staggering and right now they are miles ahead with
with many patents. The past is gone, time to look to what is going to happen soon.
Not enough volume to say it capitulated, but it doesn't necessarily need to capitulate to reverse direction.
Little, that's crazy. The share count is negligible and they need the cash. It's not necessary to spread
nonsense like that.
They had an sec filing which stated the net amount they got and the price of the warrants and everything seemed to be in line with what they stated.
is so great that it wouldn't surprise me to see this thing reverse course at any time with no news. This is an easy stock to manipulate and the downward price is on low volume.
If we start moving into the gap it could hit around 2.75 and I'd expect a quick recovery. If it holds at this level then we could move up from here. I've got an order in at the base of the gap just incase.
Basically won court case on its patents, successful production of isobutanol and problems solved, so many
partnerships in place and more coming. There really is an almost non existent float compared to most
companies and when you factor in short interest this will become explosive as we've already seen. The secondary offerings are good on 2 fronts, they give Gevo much needed cash and provide more shares for institutions to buy but really not many at this point. This is gevo's game now and theirs to win or lose, let's hope
they don't screw it up.
Smart move, you limited your downside buying into weakness. she could fill the gap at 2.75 in which
case I'd double my position.
They didn't go wild on the offering - which is good
Priced at 4.00 with warrants at 5.50 and only 4.4 mil.. No need to panic, actually they get cash and time for