Very positive article, but they quote the contract value at 50 Million EUROs, not dollars. Current exchange rate is about .92 EUROs per Dollar, so the actual dollar value would be closer to $45 Million. Still, not too shabby.
" It could come before or after this next 1/4.".......Well THAT really nails the time frame! You should stick to your fish.
The "costumers" are busy making costumes. And how about those "deluted" shares. You might want to consider spending more time learning how to spell and construct sentences and less time making a fool of yourself on this board.
"Energy can be neither created nor be destroyed, but it transforms from one form to another, for instance chemical energy can be converted to kinetic energy in the explosion of a stick of dynamite."
Obviously an extremely immature adolescent STARVED for attention. Placing them on "IGNORE" absolutely steals their thunder. If appropriate, the "REPORT ABUSE" function can also be used.
constantine, it seems to me that you're engaged in a battle of wits with an unarmed person. I don't know why you bother. You seem to be head and shoulders above that clown.
You're on IGNORE, high roller. I only wish I could buy you for what you're worth and sell you for what you think you're worth.
This guy is worried about 100 share traders driving down the price. What does he think will happen to the price if HYGS dumps 200 MILLION new shares into the market? Some people seem to lack the sense they were born with.
I see no reason to belittle small shareholders. It would take an enormous amount of 100 share trades to appreciably change the price of this stock, regardless of the low volume. I don't know (or care) how many shares you own, but you are no better than they are. Every investor has the right to make their own investment decisions. It seems to me that Commscope has more influence over the price than all of the individual shareholders. Not to mention the fact that I have NO interest in having the value of my shares diluted by issuing more shares when there appears to be no need to do so.
Roth Capital Reiterates Buy On Hydrogenics Corporation (USA) Following 4Q ...
In a research note released today, Roth Capital analyst Matt Koranda maintained a Buy rating and a $22 price target on Hydrogenics Corporation (USA) (NASDAQ:HYGS), following the company's fourth-quarter results, posting revenues of $15.7 million vs.
Smarter Analyst - 13 hours ago
Considering the recent negative price action compared to today's price action AND volume, it would appear that the earnings announcement was a large surprise to many. In addition to creating much more buying, it should also trigger a great deal of short covering.