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Did anyone else see $CECE report from http://yugestocks.com/?s=CECE ? It had some interesting information. Johnson-laird's law: toothache tends to start on saturday night. Investing making money.
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Do you think this thing is done selling? Showing us a buy signal now on CECE? Im not sure about you guys but aawesomestocks has provided me with some pretty good trade ideas. I messed up executing some of them but thats on me.
Just read the call transcript. What i heard is "we are going to talk to customers" (Lang never met one) so that is good. They are also paying down debt. That is good. The bad news is that they have too much debt because they overpaid for MPR and PMFG. That caused the 50 million plus write off. How the stock went up today is beyond me. Time will tell.
Debt problems with the massive write down? Is that why Lange disappeared?
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Thanks for the tip, I did some research and found more information about $CECE on http://monstastocks.com/?s=CECE Trading stocks making money. Kerr-martin law: 1) in dealing with their own problems
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After reading their latest earnings report and reviewing their overall pps history, this seems to be an absolute buy. I don't give a darn what Spruce Point/Seeking Alpha has to say! More often than not, these firms post stuff like this to serve their own self interests...in this case, likely a gambling short. The company's overall earnings picture, coupled with their 2017 expectations, paints an entirely different picture. I would also argue that any scenario out of the EPA is NOT going to much affect their current roster of solid clients, along with their hefty backlog of orders still to be filled. I traded this stock once before not long ago when it was in the $11s and made a nice little quick profit when I sold a couple dollars later. I'm now doing it again. At this price, my wife and I will have a discussion tonight about also including it in our retirement Roth IRA, since we have some excess funds still unused in that account. Good fortune to all longs.
Spruce Point research seems on the mark - serious management issues here? Wall Street has looked past all the issues but the party may be over. Little real research is being done on small caps so credit to Spruce Point.
The analysis from Spruce Point Capital looks VERY bad.
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I bet that we see him sell all of his shares as fast as he is allowed to. There should be a separation agreement that i think they will have to make public.
CEO wants out - what is happening?
This is a good day for Ceco ! If Lange was running a Pizza parlor he would sold the ovens by now!
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I consider Lang leaving a good thing, he did not have a good relationship with his managers as well as the sellside community
I like the sight of this upwards movement, How far do you think it will climb? I would love for it to reach 20, not sure what the norm for this company should be though.
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Recent trading. Action is very bullish beginning with upside gap after earnings release. FD: long
former MPR holder here. I recall selling in the teens shortly after MPR was acquired. Kept this on my radar and noticed the dividend is about 3% now - MPR usually yielded about 2.5 percent so after the last quarter seemed to show the world wasn't ending it seems a reasonable place to park some capital. It this just getting pounded because rollups are perceived as risky if interest rates are rising? Did they overpay for MPR or some other acquisitions? Just trying to get a handle on the 12-24 month downtrend (obviously I'm hoping this bottoming) and start a conversation