"Lackluster results triggered downward revisions in earnings estimates. In the last 60 days, all the 11 brokerage firms covering the stock lowered their earnings estimates for 2014; while out of 10 firms, 8 decreased their estimates for 2015." per Zacks
"Adding to the lower-than-expected top- and bottom-line quarterly results, was Chart Industries’ guidance for 2014 which gave no reason to rejoice either. Revenues are expected within a range of $1.3–$1.35 billion while earnings per share are expected to be within the $3.10–$3.50 range."
low $80 range is a much more reasonable valuation for gtls. its worth holding on speculation that ge or some white night may eventually acquire gtls to solve their leadership problem, inability to execute and failure to successfully integrate acquisitions