Talking to yourself again, spoiler/stern? You've been at this 8 years now and still nothing to show...lol
"Since when do you have access to my brokerage account?"
Getting confused about your ID again, stern? He was responding to spoiler and you responded back as "stern". Now we all know your secret ID - stern/spoiler and on it goes for 8 years now? There is no life living under the local bridge.
So why did so many shorts cover 1.20 and up if they could do it at under 1.00? That's how rinse and repeat works. Do you have trouble seeing things in dim light under that bridge?
Right, shorts have been covering large amounts so why didn't they wait for it? Your post only makes sense to someone who spends half his life on the CPST message board and the other half just dreaming about getting back here for more - very much like someone else on this board who lives under a bridge.
Even the chocolate Easter Bunnies could not have predicted the collapse of oil down to this level but it is amazing how the magic works to keep CPST alive and kicking until oil returns. Shorts have no chance here just like all those fake class action lawsuits that the big short was setting up to drop CPST under a dollar. Did any of that work out?...lol
The Board of Directors must agree because Jamison isn't going anywhere for now.
Mr. Darren R. Jamison has been the President and Chief Executive Officer at Capstone Turbine Corp. since December 6, 2006.............
Year Ended 2006 revenue - 24,103,000 - gross loss ($10,460,000) - loss per share (0.50)
Darren Jamison was able to boost Capstone revenue even in the Great Recession years from 2009. CEO has a proven record at CPST - started here when the company had losses of 50 cents per share on revenue of $24 million. Raised revenue to 5 times that and reduced loss per share to under 10 cents.
Year ending 2013 revenue - $127,557,000 - gross profit - $14,385,000
Year ending 2014 revenue - $135,105,000 - gross profit - $21,696,000
Year ending 2015 revenue - $115,461,000 - gross profit - $18,287,000 - would have been $27,987,000 without the delayed shipment.
"insiders, due to the RS, are gobbling up a much greater share of the Co."
You're right tao, definitely something to think about and too bad for stern. Again, the basher misses all the fun...lol