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wayne_lamontagne 55 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 19, 2015 2:25 PM Member since: May 10, 2012
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  • Reply to

    Methane Regulations

    by wayne_lamontagne Aug 19, 2015 10:21 AM
    wayne_lamontagne wayne_lamontagne Aug 19, 2015 2:25 PM Flag

    The biggest global emission of methane is from the Tundra areas of the Northern Hemisphere. The methane emissions from oil and gas production far exceeds those from cattle by an order of magnitude that is in the millions. Cattle contribute very little to overall methane emissions.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Aug 19, 2015 10:21 AM Flag

    New governement methane regulations should be a postive boost for CPST sales. Not only in the U.S. but governments abroad are considering like laws.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Aug 18, 2015 3:52 PM Flag

    All break pieces equates to a book value of around $11-12 per share.

  • Reply to

    Early Earnings Release

    by wayne_lamontagne Jul 27, 2015 1:13 PM
    wayne_lamontagne wayne_lamontagne Jul 27, 2015 6:25 PM Flag

    Good point.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 27, 2015 1:13 PM Flag

    Most of the time when a company releases earnings earlier than the normal schedule it is because the earnings are better than analysts expectations.The company wants to make a positive statement to the shareholders and the investing public. The bad news is already in the public domain, so any positive earnings will be a plus.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 21, 2015 6:51 PM Flag

    I surmise that the main reason most investors have bailed on CPST is that the company has a huge backlog that it can not deliver because of buyers delaying purchases because of the initial cost outlay. Too much myopic thinking on the part of buyers for long term benefits of turbines. The pricing of the turbines should have been priced for a profit from the beginning and not relying on future deliveries of backlog. Poor decision making by management. However, the stock price is greatly undervalued. What will happen soon is that the CEO is likely to be booted. He has taken advantage of too many investors.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 20, 2015 8:12 PM Flag

    I have a friend, who works for a large investment firm. He states that he and others are noticing that a lot of buying trades are coming from Japan into the uranium stocks. This is second hand information and I can not verify, but it would make sense if Japanese insiders know that Japan will be starting up more reactors and want to buy low cost uranium stocks. The problem with his analysis is that most everybody knows this information and why would uranium stocks being going down. The price decline of oil does affect the entire energy sector, because of competing reasons. I stated this to him and he said that it was true but the downturn in uranium stock was very overdone and now are screaming bargains, thus the Japanese insider interest.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 20, 2015 3:22 PM Flag

    The small investor is flocking out of URG shares. Could this be a signal?

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 16, 2015 3:05 PM Flag

    If you have noticed from the rating news on CLNE, the analysts have widely different opinions. This sceanrio applies to many other stocks as well. One has to wonder if some of these rating services are serving self interests by being paid to put out their spurious information so as to influence the stock price. CLNE has a bright future, so accumulate on dips and be an investor not a trader.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 14, 2015 8:12 AM Flag

    Ir an sanctions are being lifted, which means that Iran will begin exporting oil and natural gas. Iran has built one of the largest natural gas refineries in the world and holds the world's largest natural gas reserves. Iran indicated prior to the sanctions that it expects to export a lot of natural gas to Europe and other countries. This scenario will add a lot he global natural gas glut.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 13, 2015 12:02 PM Flag

    Numerous global LNG terminals are slated to come online by the end of the year. Analysts are stating that this scenario will add to the increasing LNG glut.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 13, 2015 11:58 AM Flag

    New LNG export terminals on a global scale are suppose to come online by the end of the year. This should keep LNG prices under wrap, because the glut is increasing.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 13, 2015 11:48 AM Flag

    It seems that URG's stock price is trading far below book value. One has to wonder if so many small investors have little patience with the stock. Great bargain buying. The spring is getting tightly wound.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 10, 2015 8:06 AM Flag

    Every news source has the right to publish their opinion on a stock. Just because Seeking Alpha published positive articles about UEC does not mean that investors who bought got screwed. The lawsuits have no basis because authors from different news sources have freedom of the press. The investors who feel mislead are grasping at straws. It is my opinion that the lawsuits will fade away, because they have no basis. Keep in mind that the UEC float is predominately small investors, who often make irrational decisions when acting on spurious news reports or misleading economic news. This is why the stock price has large gyrations. It may very well be that the shorts have influenced the lawsuits because the stock was vulnerable to small investors reacting to spurious reports. The important fact is to be a patient investor and not be a trader. If the stock has a good foundation then accumulate on downturns.

  • Reply to

    Paid Negativity & Time to Buy

    by wayne_lamontagne Jul 6, 2015 2:06 PM
    wayne_lamontagne wayne_lamontagne Jul 10, 2015 7:46 AM Flag

    The primary complaints by the law firms is that different news sources were promoting the stock such as Seeking Alpha; There is such a thing as freedom of the press and authors can write positive or negative articles on a stock. This is no basis for screwing over investors; however, there ae those who write articles that are intended to influence the stock price, but virtually every stock has those who are trying to influence the stock price with their opinion. I found no basis in the allegations and in fact believe that the lawsuits will fade away, because their intention is downward pressure on the stock price. Of course,they are those investors that bought high, and are grasping at straws to validate their losses with poor excuses. The bottom line is UEC is highly likely to exceed its previous highs, so patient investors will hold on.

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    Higher Uranium Prices but Lower Stocks

    by wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 12:24 PM
    wayne_lamontagne wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 3:21 PM Flag

    Accumulate more if you can, because most uranium sector stocks are greatly undervalued.

  • Reply to

    Higher Uranium Prices but Lower Stocks

    by wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 12:24 PM
    wayne_lamontagne wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 3:20 PM Flag

    Small investors make up most of the float and have weak hands. Small investors typically react to misinformation and can not perceive the underlying economic dynamics for the stocks.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 1:11 PM Flag

    Most of the medium to small uranium mining companies have a large float of small investors. Small investors are very mercurial when reacting to economic trends and a lot of misinformation. Thus, they are usually responsible for the dramatic declines in uranium stocks despite the fact that uranium prices are higher than previous lows and the cost differential between uranium and oil derivatives vastly favors uranium. Do your homework. Uranium stocks are now greatly undervalued.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 8, 2015 12:24 PM Flag

    Most uranium companies, including URG are hitting all time lows, yet uranium prices are higher than previous lows. The global demand for uranium is improving as well. The positive economics for uranium speaks loudly that most uranium companies are not only undervalued but extremely undervalued. Do your homework.

  • wayne_lamontagne by wayne_lamontagne Jul 6, 2015 2:06 PM Flag

    I have seen these multiple lawsuits many times with other stocks and they are mostly done to damage the stock price with little validity. The float of UEC is mostly small investors, so they are mercurial when specious news is propagated. UEC is a great bargain and the allegations can not be proven because they never existed. I can not find any wrongdoing by the company. Your best proactive action is to maintain a cash account, so that your brokerage firm can not lend your shares out to short sellers. SEC laws protect cash accounts from short selling. Change from a margin account to a cash account to protect yourself. Accumulate more shares if UEC drops lower, because the company is highly leveraged for an increase in uranium prices. Their business model has been sound.

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