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FuelCell Energy, Inc. (FCEL)

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    Brian
    06.17.21
    ExxonMobil, FuelCell Energy Partner on 'Game Changing' Technology.
    Bullish
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    Pierre
    ExxonMobil, FuelCell Energy Partner on 'Game Changing' Technology | - CBIA
    https://www.cbia.com/news/issues-p olicies/exxonmobil-fuelcell-energy-partner/
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    None
    Tick tock tick tock I'm averaging up today or tomorrow I will watch the share price. Adding 18.5 megawatts to the generation portfolio by the end of the year, which brings the total to 51.1MW and adds the most advanced technology fuel cell ever made to the market with Toyota. And also completes the first multi-megawatt fuel cell for the Navy and initiates business in Long Island. XOM to sign a new agreement before year and also likely by October. Massive, Epic, Monumental. Recall the run from November to February. 50 megawatts generation alone brings the company to EBIDTA++.
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    Markus
    I am working in Data Centre sector and I can tell you that 100% of data centres require on site power generation. Most data centre providers aiming for zero carbon production. Without generator with zero carbon production they will not be able to get their target. Soon all data centre have these requirements set by governments. FCEL have all the technology and is ready for market fulfilment. They are actually much better in this sector then PLUG. Also we are only at $9.x where plug is already 300% higher and also has no revenue. FCEL will be $100 stock and that could be quicker then you can imagine. Government will push Data centre to be zero carbon similar as Musk/Tesla push the Bitcoin out because is produced using old fossil energy sources. Just buy FCEL and hold.
    Bullish
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    t
    The posters on here discussing fuel cell selling stock are actually correct but their statements are misleading. It is an open market at market offering of company owned stock to be done whenever they want at market prices ... it is not a secondary stock offering at an advantageous fixed below market price, big difference. This is a huge benefit. Fuel cell now has no financial problems worthy of consideration. It is exactly the way Tesla has stayed alive when the price of their stock exploded. If anything this open market sales agreement is as an indication that fuel cell thinks their stock price is explode.

    More details below and how to locate the agreement. If anything this open market sales agreement is a wanted Dead or alive poster for those who are shorting the stock.

    They're actually is an open market sales agreement for the company to sell shares at market price and the offering firm gets a 2% commission which is way higher than they would get selling shares for you and I. The key word in the agreement is they must be sold at market which is whatever the price for the stock is that day. Fuel cell puts a stop limit on it and the firm does its best to sell it in the open market at those prices and they get an exclusive 2% commission more than double what they would normally get.

    It is not a secondary offering. Almost every firm has an agreement of this type for a brokerage firm to exclusively handle the sale of Treasury stock or insider owned stock at market prices.

    Not newsworthy at all .... you will find it in the securities and exchange commission news. Go to their website or just Google the opening statement of the SEC notification as follows.

    On June 11, 2021, FuelCell Energy, Inc. (the “Company”) entered into an Open Market Sale AgreementSM (the “2021 Sales Agreement”) with Jefferies LLC and Barclays Capital Inc
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    Matthew
    The company has lost $1.2 B since its inception and continues to losses $18/19 MM for the past quarter and they are raising $500 MM. The only thing this company seems to do is destroy shareholder value. Someone please explain to me why anyone would give them anymore money...
    Bearish
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    Jimbo
    My price target 15$ eom. Jpow give growth green light
    Bullish
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    t
    I am not one to rant on a commentary board. There is always the exception and just in case a fuel cell executive reads this this is why your stock is crashing.

    If you have a company whose stock has been below $5 for years, is unprofitable and the stock jumps to $29 that is when you sell stock with an aftermarket agreement. At those prices no one would blame fuel cell. It would seem a smart move and when the stock crashed back to where it is today you could buy back whatever shares you want at $9 or probably below five bucks as this continues crashing.

    Let's do the math on that ... let's say you sold 10 million shares at $25. You just raised 250 million of free money for this company to operate on, a non-profitable company for the past 20 plus years I might point out.

    Now, let's do the math at the prices this company announced they were going to do an at market agreement stock offering. Let's be benevolent and say you got $10 a share which you can't anymore but we are being benevolent. You would have to sell $25 million shares at $10 to raise the same $250 million and really there is no reason to buy the shares back at lower prices. You sold them at lower prices. The opportunity was at $25 and higher a few months ago. It does not take a brilliant executive or financial guru to do the math that I just did above.

    When this stock moved from three bucks to 29 it did it because there was a political change and environmental stocks were the in fad. Nothing with this company changed. A stock price of $29 on a non profitable company that had gone from three is basically a windfall.
    That management did not understand that and take advantage of it is why this stock will go back to $3 per share. At the end of the day a few decisions by management decides the future, the survival or the downfall of a company. The management of this company almost makes you wonder if they are working in a partnership with the hedge funds that are shorting it. Announcing an at market agreement to sell more shares after announcing a revenue miss just provide ammunition for shorts and reasons for people to sell the stock not buy it.

    There my rant is done. I will not buy back into this company. It is not going to be profitable, management is incompetent and their technology is now 20 plus years old. There are very few reasons to buy in at any price above three bucks.
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    steve
    FCEL has never been good to its share holders in its decision making. over the last six years there have been two reverse stock splits (12 for 1) because of poor company money management and bad loans. It has a great product idea and fantastic future goals but fails to implement in a number of areas. Exxon Mobile invested because of the "carbon capture" patients and I believe is posing to buy out FCEL for that very reason. Keep an eye on the preferred FCELB. It is not affected by the market swing, cannot be diluted, with a stock split, pays an 11% dividend, and if there is a buy out must be purchased back at $1000.00 per share. All good and no bad
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    Rifat
    Remember, the two biggest holders are Blackrock Inc & Vanguard Group Inc for a reason!!!
    Bullish
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    gordon
    Shorted 12000 shares since 11$
    I just bot half a Telsa!!! 50% discount
    Bearish
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    None
    Due diligence SP analysis considering more factors and information than any self-professed professional analyst will ever have on this company: information included is 52 week high and market cap of the three big fuel cell companies, current backlog, current projects under construction, current projects nearing completion, minimum expectations of future backlog to be added, note minimum, second wave of momentum, additional business identified in the United States and other countries, and the most advanced H2 technology system ever installed becoming operational for the largest automobile manufacturer in the world. A commercial project or follow on joint development agreement with one of the most powerful energy companies in the world. "CONSERVATIVELY"
    By end of September 21 $25
    By end of December $60
    I will refrain from giving a high-end estimate because I'm sure I'm going to get enough comments on these and the high end is really immeasurable there are too many variables.
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    Markus
    This is why is no matter the last outcome of earning release....

    Hydrogen may be one of the most promising sources of clean fuel for a net-zero emissions world. 
    it may one day completely take over heavy industry. 
    And those high costs of production that had it stopping and starting … well, they’re changing--fast. 
    Hydrogen is now racing toward an $11 trillion marketplace. You can be part of that movement at $10.x per share of FCEL... why will you worry about minor drop in revenue where level of revenue right now has no mater. The only mater is the hydrogen technology Fuel Cell own and how much interest and potential that can bring in the near future. We are just at beginning of evolution of carbon-free on-site power generation.
    Bullish
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    Lenaverde
    In at $2.26 with my few shares. It went to near $30 earlier this year. "Somewhere" down the
    road it will go to near $40 or maybe higher. Patience normally pays off.
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    Joseph
    Holding long and strong 2000 shares. In @ 15.52 & 15..02 .FCEL will go 25+ in 2 weeks mark my post. Adding more shares on Monday open market. Good luck to all. 👍
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    t
    Range bound around $9 till plug releases earnings then drops below $8. Fuel Cell management, raise your $500 million there and drive it to three bucks. Shorts are relying on you and you have never failed to deliver. And commentary board don't cry about shorts. With good management shorts would be in an immense squeeze and this stock at $29 or higher. Which is where mgmt. should have announced the stock offerring at market for up to $500 million. That would have been the smart thing to do ... minimum dilution.. no financial desperation. It would have been the right time, not after an earnings miss at $10. And that is why shorts are feasting on this company. Blame management not shorts. Shorts are the symptom not the cause of fuel cells crash back to $3... Or lower... Remember $500 million in dilution and for twenty years this company has never shown a profit. So they NEED THE MONEY. A short sellers dream
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    Pierre
    FuelCell's annualized production rate has grown to 32 megawatts as of April 30 from 17 MWs at the end of fiscal 2020. And management expects to accelerate that pace to 45 MW by the end of the current fiscal year.

    Backlog of $1.32 billion is up from $1.27 billion in Q1 but down from $1.34 billion a year ago.
    Bullish
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    frank
    I am not selling my shares at all! But adding on a severe drop big time if it occurs! So people here trying to scare long term stock holders will only make them buy more on the dips ...like they say this will drop to 2$! This is perfect for me ....I will load the back end of my truck till its full !!!
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    steve
    quick Buy, Buy, Buy so you can make tens of dollars when it goes up .30 before the next drop to 3 dollars. Its never made money and is never going too. Short is the play on this. Stevie wonder can see that.
  • S
    Sage
    Oil has doubled since Nov 4 setting a new wave of alternative energy conversions. The evenst in Texas also showed that wind turbines and solar will not be the major solutions. Nuclear and Hydrogen energy are the only alternatives to fossil fuels that are reliable and unlimited.