Huge volume traded today compared to normal volume,first 200k had very little impact on pricing. So, Who is doing what? Any Ideas,theories,or Facebook insights. Please enlighten or entertain.
I would like to buy a block of 3k without doing it in 28 fills and would like to sell it the same way,yes I would like to see more liquidity in this issue before buying in. As to my portfolio value I am perplexed as to why you should care. This post was not an offer to share.
I know you meant Zacks. This issue is traded largely retail and has and could make a large move solely on retail support. Zacks and IBD recommendations often have a huge impact on retail behavior. An additional favorable factor for having a high Zacks rating is that every time Zacks issues a press release about any public company that trades in the same sector as FSI they will remind investors that FSI has a high Zacks rating. IBD does not do this. Expect more coverage. What that will do to price is anyone's guess.
Have you seen Wabash(WNC) earnings? Shipped 16,900 new trailers last qtr. 1billion backlog. raised guides to 63,000-66,000 units shipped for next year. Class 8 looking pretty strong.
switch, Are you aware of anyone attempting to capture hydrogen from lead acid charge cycle? I am not thinking of EVs here, renewables storage.
In this sphere Tesla will find it's largest competitor to be Toyota with their new hydrogen powered vehicle. If you look at the Prius and it's high mileage gas/electric, it is not unreasonable to invision a electric/hydrogen vehicle. All fuel can be produced from renewables from this combination with potential for lighter vehicles and longer range. However this plays out Tesla, Plug and Toyota look to be in a really sweet spot.
Just CMT falls into that category in that it had a low PE when I bought it, but doesn't anymore. I guess with your stellar record you are probably capable of looking at the chart and figuring out why.
I believe the perception this is trading on is that Heatsaver will save all those So Calif swimming pools. I think that is a viable assumption.