5+ mil vol. may be half was short covering. That still leaves 13-14 mil short.
Hard to believe that the "news" would have enough of an impact to get the rest covering.
looks like the folks that thought the "big news" was today might be buying.............or they will announce after the close and talk about it on thursday.
Good catch. CERF on call to talk about Michigan, Memphis (FedEX) or expanded volumes at the other renewable plants. Producing their own fuel via landfills and tax credits available for doing so, is going to increase margins substantially.
The America's Cup winning team used Wi-Fi technology from Ruckus Wireless, providing important data about the status of the ship and the environment in which it was sailing. Wi-Fi displays then made that data available to crew members.
Oracle would be a good buyer here.............
If you believe the research guys....
Frost and Sullivan predicts that by the end of 2017, approximately 8% of new North American Class 6-8 commercial vehicles will be fuelled by natural gas, equating to an annual sales amount of about 29,500 units.
The National Petroleum Council estimates that the market share of new natural gas Class 7 & 8 trucks in the United States could be approximately 20% in 2025. ACT Research forecasts the share of new natural gas powered class 8 vehicle sales to grow to 50% over the next 10 to 20 years.
Future indeed looks bright....
from the Street
Novadaq Technologies (NVDQ) develops, manufactures and markets real-time fluorescence imaging technology products that are designed for use by surgeons in the operating room and other clinical settings. This stock closed up 2.2% at $15.33 in Wednesday's trading session.
Wednesday's Volume: 490,000
Three-Month Average Volume: 196,967
Volume % Change: 195%
From a technical perspective, NVDQ trended modestly higher here right off some near-term support at $15 with above-average volume. This move is quickly pushing shares of NVDQ within range of triggering a major breakout trade. That trade will hit if NVDQ manages to take out some near-term overhead resistance at $15.66 and then once it clears its all-time high at $15.85 with high volume.
Traders should now look for long-biased trades in NVDQ as long as it's trending above support at $15 or above its 50-day at $14.20 and then once it sustains a move or close above those breakout levels with volume that's near or above 196,967 shares. If that breakout hits soon, then NVDQ will set up to enter new all-time high territory, which is bullish technical price action. Some possible upside targets off that breakout are $20 to $23.
MAKO's deal serves as a good reminder that differentiated technology still matters. While reimbursement, procedure volumes, and capital budgets are all pressuring the med-tech world, larger companies will still pay for technologies that drive better patient outcomes and/or allow a company to stand apart in the tightening reimbursement world.
Looks like Littlefair has a twitter account. Posted late yesterday.
Andrew J. Littlefair @A_Littlefair 20h Set. 24 3:25
Stay tuned for a big announcement next week! We continue to be the driving force moving America to use #natgas for #transportation.
11/12 - "Still, that’s more than $1.50 per gallon above what Central Freight Lines pays partner Clean Energy Fuels for CNG, about $2.00 per gallon Orr said. “But there’s more to the equation than a straight commodity-
to-commodity price comparison. Central Freight took ownership of 14 CNG trucks that will fuel at Clean Energy CNG stations in Houston."
9/17/13-U.S. transportation company Central Freight Lines, Inc. has added 100 2014 Freightliner M2 112 compressed natural gas (CNG) tractors equipped with Cummins Westport ISL G natural gas engines to its fleet of more than 1,600 trucks. Headquartered in Waco, Texas, Central Freight Lines is a less-than-truckload (LTL) general commodities carrier nationally recognized as one of the safest carriers on the road today. According to Don Orr, president and CEO, Central Freight Lines is partnering to build new CNG stations in Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio as a result of the decision to convert the 1600 fleet to CNG technology. Central Freight Lines also considered the opportunity to reduce dependency on foreign fuels and support a clean-air policy as it supplemented its current fleet with CNG.
Build them and they will come....................