"On January 17, 2014, FuelCell Energy, Inc. (the "Company") entered into an underwriting agreement (the "Underwriting Agreement") with Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, as the sole book-running manager, Cowen & Company, as the co-lead manager, and FBR Capital Markets & Co., as the co-manager for the offering (together, the "Underwriters"), relating to the public offering (the "Offering") of 22,000,000 shares of the Company's common stock, $0.0001 par value per share (the "Common Stock"), at a price to the public of $1.25 per share...."
Not saying CPST will shoot up like FCEL did to 4.50 six weeks after the sale of 22 million shares but CPST will move higher than the 1.70 offering price today.
If there was ever a loser watching CPST run, you guessed it....it's you stern...lol
What do you know about stock moves? You sold CPST when it was in the 1.30's just as it was setting up for $2.50's.
If you understand how these 2 stocks trade, you will understand how strong the alternative energy sector is going forward. Capstone is nearer breaking even than FCEL is, by several years and FCEL is trading today at twice the price of it's last big stock sale. CPST will trade much higher than today's 1.70 stock sale. I am sure that is what the buyer of those shares is thinking right now.
Can you define LOSER, stern? You have been bashing here 10 years and have so little to show for it. I'd bet you think you should go in big for a short here....but you never had what it takes to trade successfully.
Capstone will take the $32 million and make you miserable with desperation for not knowing when to jump on. Like when the stock was under the dollar and all you wanted to do was bash it. Who was the LOSER then, stern...as always...lol
and you switch from stern to turnip and so many many other ID's. It must be in the 30's after 10 years on this board. All bashers of course.
Cricket, you really should know SUCKER better than most on this board. You shorted CPST in the 1.20's and didn't cover yet, right?. How's that working out for you?
So you're still under water with the 1.20's from about 8 months ago? You shouldn't be calling others on the board SUCKERS with that hanging over you. If you're looking for a dollar I guess that's not as ridiculous as your 75 cent short call but still laughable. I think you will see CPST do what FCEL did when they sold 22 million shares a couple of months ago at 1.25. FCEL is a double from there now.
Well I guess that is because you are a hallucinating short but don't worry it will pass just like the sell-off today.
It is fair to say that CPST has been over $2 dollars a few times before when the company was not anywhere as solid as it is today. Growing revenue, increasing margins, lower costs, broader market, alternative energy
stocks are on the watch list. CPST will move back to the highs and this time cricket, be sure to cover or someone will still be calling you the sucker short.
DESPERATE SHORTY there cricket. Just stopped by after a good night out but what do I see....you are here (all day/all night) still ranting and also losing it over your underwater short position. GET a LIFE cricket!! You have been losing on your short for over 8 months and you only hope you can break even someday....This is no way to trade stocks when you are/have already lost almost a year in opportunity costs. There is a screw loose somewhere cricket.....check on it....lol
Regulators now want you to obtain a growing percentage of the electricity that customers sell from alternate sources which plays havoc with large power companies. And their customers? They’re increasingly generating their own electricity from rooftops and self-contained power systems called microgrids. The rapid expansion of this so-called distributed generation deprives utilities of revenues while leaving them liable for maintaining the grid. And increasingly severe weather spawned by climate change is raising doubts about the wisdom of relying on a centralized power system.
David Crane is not a utility chieftain but, as chief executive officer of NRG Energy, one of the United States’ largest independent energy producers, he faces the same disruptions that are roiling the power industry. NRG owns big fossil-fuel-burning power plants, but the $9 billion company increasingly has been placing bets on alternate distributed generation.
“Utility executives are usually the antithesis of visionaries,” says the blunt-spoken Crane, who sat down with
The Atlantic to talk about the future of the energy industry in the age of climate change and why in the near future you will become your own utility.
After 10 years, stern and you still can't make a dime (maybe a dime a post) ...are you short here stern?....lol
You mean from 72 cents and all the way to 2.50? I see you didn't learn the lesson there.
Anyone really believe the stock is down because of some generic poster on SA?...lol....The stock is under a short attack and that is the only reason it is down here.
from 72 cents...ever hear about the dead clock being right twice a day? You're not even that good, stern.