CPST holding up while others are down for the day as expected. The stock seems to be holding most of the recent gains and should make a nice trading range before the CC run up.
If doowop isn't Mr. Pump & Dump why was he up all night posting? Just for fun he stays up all night? Nothing better to do? Can't wait to buy back in? Wants a lower buy?...lol
Teach him well, stern. There are so many techniques to learn by this novice basher.
Why weren't you pointing out 'the truth' before...an inconvenent place for you to be...as always, it seems?
So now you are stern's protege. Remember what happened to stern's last protege...remember cricket?
"Draw your own conclusion."
Conclusion is that you would like to buy the stock back at a lower price so you can ride it back up again. Does this make you a devious basher/buyer of the stock? Will you be as unsuccessful at bashing as sternbeach is?...lol
So then why is he hiding behind other IDs? Come on out cricket. Don't be like stern, who uses multi-IDs to back himself up when the going gets tough.
If FCEL can report what it did last night and go anywhere near $5 then CPST can go anywhere higher than that when it report its quarter results.
FCEL has to be subsidized by government hand-outs and will still be losing 4 cents per share and it has been in business since 1969 and continuing no profit for years ahead. CPST will post earnings very close to break even or less than a penny loss. If no-profit FCEL and PLUG can jump like the last few days, how high will the market take CPST when expanding into new territory and making real money with no subsidies needed from the government.
Zack's is out with a promo shot on FCEL and a bash on CPST. No one who knows the market would ever trust these guys to tell the truth. Its all a game.
Stern, are you shorting FCEL or PLUG or BLDP yet? If not then, as always, you have zero clue about what the market is doing or where CPST is headed into next earnings call. Why aren't you over on one of those boards bashing away feverishly?...lol
The big alternative energy skyrocket for Capstone is bigger than a few Walmart trucks for PLUG. Sandy-shaken Connecticut is the first state in the country to roll out a statewide microgrid program aiming to maintain power for some businesses and public services when a storm roars through the state, or a blackout disrupts the power grid.
The general idea behind a microgrid is this: When power is lost across an entire area’s electric grid, some public services and critical private businesses could be linked with their own self-contained and separate electric grid, powered by electricity generated on-site or nearby. This small electricity network would operate independently from the main grid, and could incorporate a natural gas generator, a combined heat and power system, or renewables.
When the traditional power grid is down, a self-contained microgrid creates an effect called “islanding” — a network of buildings with their own power lines and source of electricity are an island in a larger area stricken by a power outage.
The idea of microgrids is catching on all over the world, particularly in the U.S., where more than 260 projects are either planned or operational, said Rick Martin, spokesman for Navigant Research, which released a study in May showing that there are 480 microgrid projects running or in the works worldwide.
Tesla has no interest in any other form of drive other than plug ins. Tesla will introduce its new hybrid but not the kind of hybrid the market is used to. It will be a lithium main battery backed up with a metal-air battery, so no fuel cells for Tesla cars or microturbines either. FCEL is a weak company with 4 cents per share loss and no profit in sight for years. Any cars using fuel cells would make refueling difficult for drivers having to use a non-standard fuel source. FCEL right now is up on PLUG hysteria. FCEL and PLUG have nothing to backup the stellar share rise and both are going to take a steep dive very soon. CPST is on the verge of turning its first profit ever and watch for the stellar share rise when that happens.
US is already amping up liquified Nat Gas production for export and what goes well with NAT GAS? Capstone microturbines to get every efficiency out of it. The EU wants to increase fracking to reduce its use of Russian gas. It all spells good sales for Capstone, thanks to the crazy Russians.