One finger regards to your faces.
And have a happy holiday!
I increased my position in WPRT by 42.8% today.
Four figure share number and climbing.
if u losers had a clue, u would've sold last Spring instead of listening to Ms Morris' fairy tales and atta-euneching each other on your oblivion as WPRT continued to crumble.
Now that it's probably undervalued for the first time in 5 years, u are most likely too stoopid or too poor to take advantage of the tax sell-off.
Here's my suggestion for your New Year's resolution- index funds.
Tax-loss selling has this over sold.
I think it has to be within 25% of the bottom. I'll add as it goes down and hold for a year to see what develops.
If HPDI is going to be successful there should be indications in the next 12 months.
And if they sheeutcan Demers this could bounce 30% easy.
And this wasn't one of those get-issued then turn around and sell immediately.
This was just selling.
SEDI (System for Electronic Disclosure by Insiders).
Run by a rare (in)breed of incompetents.
I make it a point to send them an obscene email every year.
Not very encouraging.
This charlatan should be fired for incompetence and his compensation limited to Canadian unemployment benefits.
That's a five and a half year low.
I predict douche b Demers will be gone within 4 months.
I noticed that their small engine (Clark) revenues are no longer accounted for in the 'On Road' segment as of q4 2013, they are now part of 'Off Road'.
Also, WPRT re-stated their 'On Road' revenues for the first 2 quarters of 2014 in their 3rd quarter financial report.
Total 6 month revs for this segment had been reported as 29.4 m, and that amount was reduced (by about 2 m per quarter) to 25.2 m.
I'm wondering if that consolidation move to Texas backfired on the revenue end.
In one of their reports at the end of 2013, WPRT stated that BAF revs for the last 6 months of 2013, were a little over 17 m.
How can BAF average around 8 m. a quarter by itself, then add in Wing revenues, Volvo car revenues, and (small engine) Clark revenues; and u only hit 6.6 m. for the quarter?
U can't blame it on gas prices, they didn't drop until after the middle of Sept.
I've been looking at other Ford QVMs in the n.g. conversion space. I have a new theory on the QVM conversion market, maybe I'll run thru it when the stock reaches a price more reflective of its current predicament.
I might actually get to post some relevant information about WPRT.
Don't let me find out that some of u bagholding beeoches have been reporting me.
WPRT won't disclose the mark-up, but it seems CWI had a cost increase from Cummins as a result of the 2012 amended agreement, and I suspect it was variable in a way that benefits Cummins
Seems to me these so called "partners" are finding ways to screw WPRT out of any increase in profit.
U somewhat expect this from a partner in the China market, but CWI is a friggin joke on WPRT share holders.
The 12L has been out for a year, any problems should have been ironed out by now, what's the point of making the engine if u can't make a decent ROI?
WPRT bagholders might want to listen to Cummins 10/28/14 Conference Call. Starting at the 42 minute mark.
Cummins mentions they had expected natural gas to be around 2 to 3% of the truck engine market. Turns out it's closer to 1% and they "don't see a big change in 2015".
Isn't "stagnant" another way of saying "no big change"?
And I wonder if Cummins is fleecing WPRT on these warranty costs. Cummins is responsible for all warranty work on CWI engines, do they charge CWI their "retail" price for parts and labor on warranty work? If they do, it reduces their incentive for quality control, since WPRT would end up paying more for the warranty work than Cumins. Investors should ask these kinds of questions to understand where WPRT stands in some of their partnerships and agreements.
Am I the only one who thinks something's kinda fishy here?
I spent about 30 minutes looking at UniversalLNG and I got really suspicious.
How are shareholders to know if if they've lost money because of WPRT management's negligence or some party's fraudulent activity, if they don't start asking questions? You pay for the Investor Relations Dept, you might want to remind them of that if they don't get u answers.
What are, and where are, UniversalLNG's facilities?
Does that company actually have any bank accounts or credit? Do they actually have any engineering staff or installation personnel?
Who was going to install these 900 tanks? What kind of work has WPRT done on the engineering side and did they expect to be involved in the installation process?
WPRT shareholders need to get active.