today's action was probably due to the harsh sell off in oil. Even REGI and AMRS got hit. Bad timing, sure. Especially when the co was settling in for a bottom.
But its hard to dismiss the largest drop in oil since 2012. Traders (and shorts) eat that stuff for breakfast.
algavia is flour + hsho according to prior conference calls
whatever it was, it could've been made of both. The dough could've had some "flour" in it and was then deep fried.
Sorry. I wouldn't know how to calculate that. But I'm sure it would also depend on market size.
To that point, at least we know the established markets for these products (which will very slowly be replaced) is huge.
i wouldn't read that much into the share price. If it was some inside info leak the price would drop faster (not spread over many months) or options volume would spike. The Puts volume should be very high. Why waste all that money shorting shares when you get more bang out of your buck and more protection through puts?
No harm in the speculation, but I was just saying you didn't need IR's comments in order to come up with the same conclusion.
It would have been just as easy for someone looking at the falling share price to presume the same as those comments do nothing to confirm the suspicions.
That's all. And no humbling anything regardless. I just didn't think the comments matched the conclusions made.
whoa there with the assumptions, bud. Why not just take the response at face value and read it like this: "We don't want to talk about announcements/policies that we haven't already talked about."
That's the typical line from IR, really. They tend to just give old information rather than help speculating investors out.
"Working with the cities to make that happen"
I fully expect a more localized and scaled down facility build out in the future. Not for some time, but it'll happen. Local feedstock addressing local needs.