I agree on buying the products for govt use is a good way to get things jump started but also save money in the long run. Can you imagine what buying NG vehicles would do as far as jump starting the whole NG vehicle sector. Its been mentioned in the past how about the postal service, that would be huge, your talking daily fill ups.
Well, its Wednesday and we haven't had any bad news as to why the CFO left. So, are we safe to move on and assume it was just as the CEO stated?
I see your point but I'm not to concerned at this point. Check back with me tomorrow morning at the opening though, lol. If not a major drop tomorrow morning I will probably buy another 100 shares and call it quits till I feel more comfortable buying more shares. I'm like fordltd86 I've been buying a little at a time as the shares have been going down.
I gotta agree with ya there on the volume. Seems like 30 or 40k shares appears to be a good day if you want to call it that. Some days when the price goes up fairly nice the volume could only be 20 or 25 so its really hard to get a good reading.
Looks like a solid quarter, we'll see what the market thinks tomorrow. Maybe I'll have a reason to start buying again.
Nextran Corp., a commercial truck dealership and service provider, held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new regional facility in Atlanta that's set to open in the middle of 2016. It will be the company’s 15th location and include a service area for repairs to natural gas vehicles.
Located at 4650 Kansas Ave., the station offers both compressed and liquefied natural gas. It will support the fueling needs of Seaboard Foods, an integrated producer and distributor of pork products, as well as other public and private vehicles and fleets in the region. Clean Energy says Seaboard Foods is expected to fuel 15 CNG-powered tractors on average per month at the site.
“The opening of this station highlights our commitment to support our customer’s growth,” says Clean Energy Fuels’ Matt Feighner. “Seaboard Foods is a leader in natural gas transportation, and we’re glad to be a partner with them, as well as with the numerous other clean energy fleets in the area that have begun using this station.”