"your predictions have been real accurate"
So how are you at predicting, stern? Remember the last time the pps was down here and you were screaming it was on its way to .50 and all the while it was on its way to 2.60 and you never had a clue. You were a loser then and as always, you are a loser now unless you are secretly holding that long timmy was telling me about.
CEO already put out the best PR possible. The November quarter will add the deferred revenue from last quarter in addition to the normal quarter shipments. As he put it, the delayed shipments are on the dock and waiting to be shipped out and that revenue will be reported in November.
The heavy shorts took it down here to get their shares covered at the best price they could produce and now they are likely covered. The next step in the short handbook is to load up long and take it back higher. They want the best price for that too but it looks like they will be buying over the dollar mark before the get all they want and then pps moves back up to.......
No CPST trader buying below a dollar ever lost money. The shorts oversell it when they bring it down here for a good cover and like all smart shorts, that's when they flip it around and go long the stock for well over a dollar.
What truth are you missing that you need me to tell it to you? Are you a slow learner like stern, who still doesn't know when to buy and when to sell?...with stern it is always sell and never buy and misses every opportunity to make cash trading this stock.
10's of millions in just the last 2 months
Capstone Receives 9MW Factory Protection Plan Contract -- FPP Contract Backlog at Record of Over $55 Million
In late August Capstone announced that it has signed a Factory Protection Plan (FPP) contract for nine C1000s increasing the total contract backlog for Capstone FPPs to a record of over $55 million. This $55 million in service backlog is in addition to the record $175 million product backlog as of June 30, 2014.
"insiders bought about 30,000 cpst shares on Sept 2 2014 at 1.23 to inspire confidence"
Anyone who understands the short strategy that dumped the pps down here, will definitely not need any encouragement to buy for the big report in November with the $230 million in backlog orders waiting to be filled.
I like the possibilities of a GE/CPST consolidation...waiting for $5 to get it - no one knows. CPST did move back to 1.70 but that was as high as she went there. FCEL had heavy longs in a stronger pps than CPST at the time but FCEL is now down big on the low oil prices. It will recover and so will CPST but stern won't get any of that good trading...he'd rather bash than make cash.
Analysts are predicting a solid quarter report in November and at their revenue estimate the stock should right now be 1.20 to 1.30 but the shorts needed to cover at a good pps so they took the stock way down here. Now that they have covered and are buying long here for the next ride up, they will likely push it higher in the same exaggerated way they took it under a dollar, maybe back to the 1.50's after earnings are out. They make money going down and also going up as every trader knows.
"the need for another dilution"
CPSt did its dilution a few months ago and won't need another for a year and a half if nothing changes. Capstone has a better chance for changing things to the better than you do stern-blossom-timmy and all the rest of your long list of IDs...of ever changing. How long have you been here bashing this stock now, stern? SIX YEARS and still looking forward to another 25 years waiting for that pension?
The heavy shorts have already covered and now are going long for the next ride up This is how they make the money. Shorting was the game above two and going long is their game under one and taking it higher. Heavy traders don't make cash sitting and doing nothing - got to keep it moving and that makes CPST a true trader's stock.
So when CPST reached its top you then switch from 75 cents to 1.80. No one ever said you know stocks so there is little rep to lose here, stern. Lots of noise is all you have to make on this board.
and here is why.....Order backlog is $230 million. Most orders generally are not spread out longer than a year. Calculating on the basis of 70% of the backlog will be shipped in the next 12 months - that gives the quarterly average of over $40 million revenue. It should be a good quarter report in November. Capstone is on a roll for the next year. Of course, there will also be new additions to the backlog during the year making Capstone balance sheet looking a brighter shade of green.
Backlog approaching $250 million. Most orders generally are not spread out longer than a year. Calculating on the basis of 70% of the backlog will be shipped in the next 12 months - that gives the quarterly average of over $40 million revenue. Should be a good quarter report in November. Capstone is on a roll for the next year. Of course, there will also be new additions to the backlog during the year making Capstone balance sheet looking a brighter shade of green
CPST quarter report is about a month away and that report will included all the deferred shipments from last quarter plus all the orders normally expected for the quarter. So it will be a really Big Quarter to buy into and even the shorts are preparing themselves by covering their load after they brought it down so far and so fast.
Stern, you have been posting that line for 6 years on the CPST board. 40 million of those shorts are a hedge and it never EVER trades for the last several years. It is always there as a hedge. It was there the last time CPST was under a dollar and no changes to the 40 million were ever made. All the short shares above 40 million are the heavy trade players in the stock. They shorted a few million when the stock was recently around $2 and they should already be covered under the dollar and now going long for the next ride up. Capstone has millions in backlog orders that will be shipped over the next 12 months making the average quarterly revenue about $40 million and in November can go higher with the deferred revenue from last quarter added to the normal quarter revenue. I know it - retail traders know it and the heavy traders know it.
You're not sure? You are in the stock market and you think anything is sure? lol Just give your price pick and lets see how big a fool you are going to be this time around.
It took 2 years to see your call and it took only a couple of weeks to get my 30% gain. If that's how you play stocks then any prediction can be made and just wait until forever to see if it ever comes out...lol What's that old expression?...a dead clock is right twice a day.