Tapping into more and more markets as Capstone grows. The tipping point is almost here.
"We have focused on the industrial CHP and CCHP market in Mexico which is booming right now," said Alejandro Munoz, DTC President. "Using efficient and reliable microturbines in place of less efficient onsite equipment and reliance on the electrical grid can provide a very attractive payback in Mexico."
"DTC has reinvested in its business year over year and is developing into a model distributor for Capstone," said Justin Rathke, Vice President of Sales for the Americas, Africa and the Middle East. "After each successful project they have hired more technical and commercial personnel, done more training, and opened new offices throughout Mexico to represent Capstone and the results are showing as they are now one of our top 10 distributors over the last twelve months."
Smart retail shorts took advantage of last weeks price move. How many slower shorts will worry this week about last week's bargain cover? How many will be late waking up and cover sometime later?
The thing is, it really doesn't matter who manipulates what. Anyone buying CPST down here will see the price much higher in November. Capstone has lots of positive surprise on the way for longs. Surprises for shorts too but they won't like it.
New numbers out reporting on institutional CPST ownership. They bought another 2% of total CPST shares and now own 109 million shares. Game trading today gives slower shorts another opportunity to cover at bargain prices if they are awake yet.
"I am short and I have one long stock and the rest is cash"
Your total assets will shrink by the time you are covered if you wait too long. Going into the November quarter report will crush any remaining shorts. You're still waiting for 80 cents makes real traders laugh.
The overall trend of past 20 quarters shows the exact opposite but enjoy your delusional style of trading. Delusion is all the remaining retail shorts will have to cling to when the approaching November crush comes into focus and they wonder where all their money went. Long traders will be putting it in their pockets as some slow shorts cover very very late in the game.
"if it were true"
This just proves you are an amateur trader and are going to lose a lot of $$ the longer you try to figure this out, unsuccessfully.
Company made it clear the detained revenue for quarter one will be recognized in Quarter two and without the cost of production which was accounted for already in Quarter one. Capstone has several hundred $million$ in orders now. Some are for immediate manufacture and delivery and the rest are all on a scheduled delivery set up by the client not Capstone. It is smooth sailing into the November report for longs that is, not for shorts.
"Yes, they will be Cappies.
From Capstone Web site:
Capstone Receives Major Order for Global Real Estate Development and Investment Firm
.........The Capstone microturbines will be installed in a variety of Related's new construction projects, including several of the buildings at Hudson Yards, the largest private mixed-use development ever undertaken in New York City being developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. The natural gas Capstone C200 microturbines will provide 1.2 MW of primary trigeneration power and backup capabilities at the first commercial tower at Hudson Yards. In addition, C65 turbines will be deployed at Hunters Point South Parcels A and B, the first two buildings of New York City's ambitious 5,000 unit development of affordable and workforce housing on the waterfront in Long Island City, Queens................"
Cash is high and will be higher when Capstone reports in November. The delayed revenue/cash from quarter one is now in the upcoming quarter two report and continuing the 20 quarter trend of improving fundamentals. Any buyer here will see higher prices going into November.
Institutional ownership went up 2% in the last report and they now own 109 million shares. What percent is that of the total shares? Shorts have to cover and they have only a few weeks left before November quarter reports the best quarter in Capstone ever. Smart retail shorts took advantage of the price move a few days ago to get out. How many slower shorts will worry this week about the bargain cover opportunity they lost by waiting around? How many will be late again figuring all this out and finally cover sometime later at much higher price? They will be buying shares from the long traders that bought their shares right here.
Looks like the big short faking it again as he is desperate to get out before November.
The 'big short' fakes his short numbers off and on for the last 5 years. Ever wonder why the reported big short number never clears out no matter how high or how low the PPS goes? Its just there and stays there. Its fake. It doesn't cost him anything, so he plays with the reported short volume number. Smart retail shorts have been getting out. for real.
and on its way to profitability. Good companies take years to turn a profit and Capstone is only a penny away, or less than a penny in November. You will find not having covered down here as a lost opportunity.
An investment in Apple stock 10 years ago would be worth 47 times as much today. Yet AAPL was almost bankrupt 5 years earlier. Right, that means there was no profit at Apple and then the profits started to roll in and every investor was glad to be in AAPL. CPST is about to enter that profitable phase and everyone will be rewarded. Not the shorts of course, just like the AAPL shorts, they will run to save what little they can.
The AAPL stock price didn't wait for profits. The stock anticipated what was about to happen and 6 months before profits, the stock price began to climb. Stocks often move far ahead of the actual event. Be prepared.
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.
An investment in Apple stock 10 years ago would be worth 47 times as much today. Yet AAPL was almost bankrupt 5 years earlier. Thats right, it means there was no profit at Apple and then the profits started to roll in and every investor was glad to be in AAPL. CPST is about to enter that profitable phase and everyone will be rewarded. Not the shorts of course, just like the AAPL shorts, they will run to save what little they can.