Hopefully, the AGM will be the Q/A forum which will be the basis for future investment decisions re ZMS.
Sounds like the only winners are the lawyers - certainly not the stockholders. Their patent/s obviously weren't that tight. I'll hang on till the AGM to see what's said about all this.
Suppose they could.
You must have some inside news capability as there's a stop-trading today pending a news release whenever, hopefully tomorrow.
According to Yahoo and TD Ameritrade:
107 million outstanding
84 million in float
139 institutions hold 38% (41 million) of outstanding
14 million short interest - 17% of float - ~20 days to cover
Petit owns 8.2 million of float
11 other insiders own about 2 million
A real good short squeeze would be a thing to behold.
Roll these two messages forward a month and they apply again to what's been happening to the volume and price the last couple of days. I hope it's because of the patent litigation settlement but who knows except all the buyers lately.
I've seen this with Zacks before. Really think they have some rather nice software that takes income and balance sheet data and plugs it into canned software that then spits out yea no nea statements without factoring in relevant external factors such as special dividends. I read their "analyses" but pay little attention to them and almost never let them influence me toward a buy or sell.
EVTN has no institutional ownership and no short interest according to TD Ameritrade
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WASHINGTON, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Solar products from China and Taiwan do not compete with U.S.-made goods, foreign producers told the U.S. International Trade Commission on Monday, as they sought to avert import duties.
The U.S. arm of German solar manufacturer SolarWorld AG complained Chinese solar producers were able to sidestep duties imposed in 2012 by sourcing cells used in solar panels from Taiwan, and the U.S. Commerce department has already set preliminary duties on products from both countries.
"Chinese and Taiwanese imports have taken over the U.S. market at precisely the time when U.S. producers should have recovered and thrived. Instead, the U.S. industry is again fighting for its survival," said SolarWorld counsel Tim Brightbill, from the Washington law firm Wiley Rein LLP.
Several U.S. solar firms told the ITC, which must rule on whether the imports hurt local producers, that they relied on imported cells because U.S.-made alternatives did not meet the right specifications.
"U.S. suppliers cannot supply the high efficiency cells and high wattage modules that we use for our projects. For this reason, in our experience, the U.S. solar products are not interchangeable with the solar products we import," said Polly Shaw, vice president of government affairs at solar technology firm SunEdison.
Austin Chiu, general counsel for Taiwan's Neo Solar Power
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LONDON, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Global oil and gas exploration projects worth more than $150 billion are likely to be put on hold next year as plunging oil prices render them uneconomic, data shows, potentially curbing supplies by the end of the decade.
As big oil fields that were discovered decades ago begin to deplete, oil companies are trying to access more complex and hard to reach fields located in some cases deep under sea level. But at the same time, the cost of production has risen sharply given the rising cost of raw materials and the need for expensive new technology to reach the oil.
Now the outlook for onshore and offshore developments - from the Barents Sea to the Gulf or Mexico - looks as uncertain as the price of oil, which has plunged by 40 percent in the last five months to around $70 a barrel.
Next year companies will make final investment decisions (FIDs) on a total of 800 oil and gas projects worth $500 billion and totalling nearly 60 billion barrels of oil
120,000!! To what do we owe this burst of activity - per chance, an order or two? I see a 10,000, couple of 20s, a 30 and a 40 and that will do it and the MM keeps a lid on the PPS.
I'm sure (in my mind) that they want conservative growth and MoGas would fit right into that thinking.