One, the order was approved and accepted for more than 30 minutes.
I listened to the SC presentation. I just vote 112,000 shares YES.
The Bank of Spanspur may have to contact these operators and point out that there are better ways to gather capital. I believe, when the results of the vote are tabulated, that a bounce in the stock will occur. I believe that the company is RIPE for venture capital to come in and purchase the operation.
My order for 50K @ $.77 has been approved for the last half hour. Am I not suppose to be the board leader with a higher bid that the 16,850 at $.75 that is being sent for public consumption. Once again, there is a buyer willing to pay $1,000 more for his 50K shares and there is no print for the public to gauge their selling actions by.
What kind of market is this? A fixed market I say!
I did not hear any desperation in this voice.........
For the first time we are hearing market penetration be a little bit more described. He did mention that in 2016 there will be new partner updates.
Perhaps Beale is underrated. The presentation swayed me to change my vote to Yes. For those that did not listen the highlights were a good summary of how the company came into being 20 years ago, the markets the company serves, the cost savings provided already to customers, for example, Honda at $100 million. Beale went on to describe operations past and present, the ridding of manufacturing, and the P2C new model. He did say, the company will be selective about manufacturing and I believe he was referring to the Durafit line, which I believe will be the company's flagship new product and market presence. And he was also referring to the New alliances that CDTI management is engaging. Coating partnerships that will bring and widened the footprints of CDTI's cost saving technology. Panasonic signing was mentioned, and the ongoing vehicle testing in India, and the ongoing conversations with a coater in that country. In regard to Europe Beale went on to mention that the opportunity is large and constructive dialogue is ongoing at this time.
PACCAR was mentioned, AP was not. Spinel was, and was described as the next generation with 90% PMG savings for the passenger vehicle market. Confirmed testing results were mentioned. Apparently with the PACCAR agreement CDTI will be providing OEM replacements to the HD market. In my opinion this could be huge.
In summary: Beale stated the company is at a Turning Point in its history. The company's technology stands as the most advanced catalytic in the industry. That profitability is the goal, and he sees it coming with the company becoming more selective with who they choose to engage with. The same problems that have hindered CDTI in the past are still there. Entrenched business interests and the company's inability to become a Tier 1 supplier. P2C will eliminate this by enabling existing coaters to participate in the savings.
Think of it kind as "Intel Inside" type of arrangement imo.
"Unfortunately, you have checked into a roach motel. You poor dumb schmuck!"..........
This is getting really rough, this IDSY message board. Where's the decorum?
The stock is completely oversold on a net naked enterprise basis................just do the math.
The entire company can be bought for $75 million this morning.
Daily sales volume nonexistent. ZERO, ZERO liquidity.
Meanwhile two (2) relatives are looting the company's balance sheet and potential with their personal over-the-top salaries.................
This is why people hate corporate management. Company is failing in a major way, and management loves themselves soo much............the BOD yes men is paying the worthless CEO $700+ per year for continual mediocrity and failure.
How did the relative get a job at $500,000 a year? What the fock does he do?
They paid $25 million more than they wanted to after 2 years of conversation?
That $25 million will take 3 to 5 years of real GAAP operating profits from LOJN acquisition to recoup the $25 million.
CAMP management refused to walk away from the deal. Now they will need to hire more engineers and company people to merge the operations, pay off the LOJN executives who played them like fish.
CAMP is not worth $700 million on paper, and the word around LOJN headquarters is that everyone in management is very, very happy............
They are going to defend the dividend payout, and will be net buyers going forward.
Interesting to say the least. There are tons of buy orders but no shares to buy.
Orders for ASEI shares coming in by the second. Please, please, sell me your shares, allow me to cover, sell me your shares that are yielding 8.25% this morning!
I always knew you were an environmentalist. At one point during the last 5 years China was building a new cola powered power plant each week.
Now they realize their mistake. What do you think about KNDI?
Are hunting with few, if any willing sellers at this level.
Watch out for the evil hedge funds and the games they play with your money.....
Do not sell your shares. No, let the short sellers pay the $.50 dividend in 3 weeks.........
I am watching the order book and there are so many people wanting shares below $23.
What's up with that? Who wants to sell their divided in 3 weeks of $.50 to the 8% of ASEI shares that are sold short. No, let them pay the $.50.
And did not the CFO state that the company has identified another $6 million in savings. Well, with only 7.2 million shares outstanding that is $.85 per share. ASEI currently has $87 million in cash.
there was no reason for ASEI to lose 30% of its value in 3 sessions. the dividend has been approved and is paying 8.25%. ASEI, once you back out the cash, is selling for $75 million this morning. Does that seem accurate?
The market maker needs to be dragged through the streets of Manhattan.