you already know the answer...its yes...they are hedging their bets against themselves...you know mark to mark...the gold miners buy physical gold to hedge against themselves. going bankrupt 9 times that shifty #$%$ t-bone must of learned something.
Whoever they hire I hope they can get at least $4 a share so the few longs left can buy some gifts for Xmas for their kids.
sorry my words...stand alone...clnes words ...on public access to own and operate...read the article...i believe this to mean...flying j told clne they can build on public access to their property
u r correct...but in a stand alone basis. in retail you set up a mall and you have your anchor store....like a dillards or jc penneys....then you have 10 or 15 other stores that pay a premium because of the anchor...in the case with clne its in reverse...they would be drawing the ng trucks to flying j pilot stations....but littlefairy thought otherwise
this argument over CLNE is for lack of a better word "worthless", they cant possibly exist as a business. look at their debt, look at how many gallons of fuel they sell, look at operating costs...its impossible..totally impossible...when they set up the angh did they partner with flying j?...lost opportunity..the way they mfg and dist ng. they should have a rt..they dont.
you are joking, right? this company cannot sell enough cng, redeem whatever to make a profit in the foreseeable future. also, they are so heavy in debt, that when they lose 15 million dollars or more in a day,(like yesterday) they cant make it back up. if you want a better trading small cap energy name, check out MHR....clne is badly run.
The new truck will require 2 people to peddle it...capable of speeds up to 70kmph and loads in excess of 2000kg...keep trucking WPRT
TTAll the commentaries have some merit..however, if you have a stock any stock that in 10 months has dropped six dollars, and mgt is playing the same fiddle...the obvious is the obvious...they have a plan to open stations along the gas hwy...here is the way i look at it...if clne had 30 stations along ints 10 from california to florida and in a year sold 500 million gallons of gas they would have x amount of profit and cost....if along that same hwy they had 60 station, but sold the same amount of fuel..their profit margin would be cut in half. This is the problem with clne they cant sell enough fuel to covet expenses and make a profit. Their stand alone stations dont offer what the other truck stops offer, another potential or real loss of sales. By themselves they are finished, with a partner that can combine and expand buinesses they may have a chance...but imo clne by itself will be nomore.
This thing is like a ipo only the big boys can get shares to short
if you have followed this stock 84000 shares after hours is huge