technical question.. Small cells are the talk of the town, how carriers are scrambling to build.
Wi-Fi is a small cell but does not operate in licensed spectrum therefore cannot be managed as effectively as small cells utilizing licensed spectrum.
Since TLPS will be a private network and I assumed licensed spectrum to G*, could this service compete against small cell providers at a lower cost?
I like these comments:
"State forecasters projected fiscal 2014 natural gas motor fuel ,,,,,, sales of 6.6 million gallon equivalents. The July 31 total sales of 14,521,326 gallon equivalents of natural gas is 220 percent of that estimate"
"Natural gas vehicles are becoming mainstream faster than expected"
Gallons sold will explode once they start delivering trucks at 750-1000 per month.
somebody did a buy/write on 4,000 contracts at the April 6 call and April 3 put......wow
sold the 3 at .80 and bought the 6 at .65
I'll try and help.
If you go to the SEC website and look up GSAT and review the most recent quarterly filing, you will see the following.
As of August 1, 2014, 780,209,938 shares of voting common stock and 209,008,656 shares of nonvoting common stock were outstanding, total 989,218,594..
Jay owns all the non-voting shares, 209,008,656.
Jays total :
From the nsadaqdotcom under institutional ownership, you'll see 270,381,363 owned.
If Jay/Thermo owns 626,744,441 and funds own 270,381,363 totaling 897,125,808. Assuming they don't want to sell, this leaves 989,218,594 outstanding minus (held by Jay and funds ) 897,125,808 = 92,092,786 shares for you and me and the rest of the longs.
Once these 92 million are held in strong hands; i.e. retail customers or other non-reporting small funds, available shares dry up to purchase.
Since short squeeze is reporting 18 million short, this takes the 92 mil to 110 million shares thats out there to buy.
So as you can, if all 92 mil are in long strong hands, the market is trading off the shorts extra 18 million, or 110/92 = 119.5% of true remaining shares not held by insiders and institutions.
If they keep shorting and adding another 3-5-7 million in "borrowed" short shares, then they would be at 125% over the available float.
Not many retail shares left in the float, roughly 92 million.
More analyst following should spread the word.
Get your cheap shares now.
I'm overweight and feel comfortable knowing we go $5 plus with any major news.
Are you calling NGT news a liar.......they are the ones that announced it 8-14
Read the article
Just because u lost your shirt on wprt isn't clne fault
I'd agree about interest, but I would still take down stock based compensation ( 2,978) warrants (2,286) home office exit (757) and depreciation ( 11,608) to $14,796.
Also, your trucks are off. 9,362 X 5,000 = 46,810,000 gallons X ,29 = $ 13,574,900 closer to my figure.
The NG Advantage trailer concept might work well for those behind the gate fill, since they won't have to run piped gas lines to those smaller locations
Soros Fund Mgt also bought 2.5 million shares.
Other than being added to the Russell 2000, what other event made 114 funds buy 183 mil shares in the second quarter?
Uplisting to NYSE, conclusion of comment period with FCC, Jays investor mtg in May, ??
I would think that most of these guys before laying down $ 500 million ++ in stock purchases would want to have guarantee's, instead of, we hope??
Sounds like the beltway insiders got warm enough feelings to buy.
keep opening new locations...
Clean Energy, Quarles Debut CNG Fueling Near Dulles International
Clean Energy Fuels Corp. and Quarles Fleet Fueling have officially opened northern Virginia's first public-access compressed natural gas (CNG) refueling station, located at 45149 Old Ox Rd. in Sterling adjacent to Dulles International Airport.
Clean Energy built and will operate the fast-fill station, which is a part of Quarles' vast fleet-focused network. The company has a large footprint in Virginia, with dozens of unattended fleet-fueling locations, as well as several sites in North Carolina, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Quarles also has locations in Delaware and West Virginia. The new station near Dulles will serve both public and private fleets and be open 24/7.
Clean Energy and Quarles first announced their partnership back in 2011. In addition to the new site in Sterling, Clean Energy operates a public-access CNG station in Richmond that is located at a Quarles Fleet Fueling site.
Good to see elsewhere in the country opening stations.
I've got a call into investor relations to check the real outstanding shares.
Will update when I hear back.
I want to check and see if the non-voting shares are in the float.
As of December 31, 2013, Thermo owned approximately 52% of our outstanding voting common stock and approximately 70% of all outstanding common stock. Additionally, Thermo owns warrants and 8.00% Notes Issued in 2009 that may be converted into or exercised for additional shares of common stock. Thermo is able to control the election of all of the members of our board of directors and the vote on substantially all other matters, including significant corporate transactions such as the approval of a merger or other transaction involving our sale.
O/S was 643,718,177 which the approve says is owned by Thermo.
6/30 there were 708,209,938 outstanding..
So 64,491,761 were added. Are these all owned by Thermo? I know some were issued to Hughes.
Worst case. 643,718,177 X 70% = 450,602,723 owned by Thermo.
450,602,723 plus institution ownership- 246,217,307 = 696,820,030.
This leaves only 11,389,907 is those shares weren't taken by Thermo.
This is as of 6/30 and some shares could have changed been sold, but bottom line, not many shares are available to buy assuming Thermo and the institutions aren't selling.
By all means, somebody check my numbers, but I think we are on the verge of a massive short squeeze with TLPS announcement...imo