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Cypress Environmental Partners, L.P. (CELP)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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1.1200-0.1100 (-8.94%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
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  • J
    J75
    Adding more today!!!! I am just accumulating and wait for 2022. lots of bids on projects, infrastructure projects from the bill. 2022 will be a great year for CELP. we will see increase in revenue and we may get close to same results in 2019. way oversold, lots of profit takers in November spike. I am confident with CELP. that my money will be 10X when I cash it out in 2022 -2023
  • R
    Richard
    not sure why this stock had a big move yesterday, but hope it continues.
  • G
    Gabriel
    Great day today !
  • J
    J75
    Time to Buy!!! November 10 Earnings Call. CELP has been busy getting new contracts, these new contracts portafolio take months to build, so that is the reason that Q2 was not great. We will see that Q3 will show the new contracts obtain by CELP, this will increase the revenue considerably compared to Q2. My guess is that by Mid November we should be around $2.50. I am buying an accumulating every time, not selling to make quick profits. I want to see this company succed as well cash out 10X my investment. we have been infected by day traders lately so I am putting most of my shares for sale at $3.20. if they want my shares they will need to pay a premium as CELP is a solid company and we are moving to the right direction(Management, Cost savings initiatives during covid, new contracts and great people in this company) I beleive with the time we can be in the $20 mark by 2023. 2022 we will be $5 to $8. BUY and HOLD. Cheers to all longs!!!!
  • J
    J75
    LETS PUT ALL OF OUR SHARES FOR SALE AT $3.20 SO NO ONE CAN BORROW THEM AND WE CAN CONTINUE MOVING THE PRICE UP
  • R
    Rickey
    Hmm... are people starting to see what we've seen all along. Solid company, responsible spending, and in a nice niche market with the diversity they are bringing across multiple industries. The oil field services are the first to get cut from budgets and last to be added, but they will have to be added, especially with the increase in drilling.
  • J
    J75
    Holding long and Strong, Dividends will get reinstated next year. SP will be climbing to $5-$8. New projects and money invested from the the Infracsture bill will make CELP move higher than 10X. this is the time to take a position an enjoy the ride. with all the shares I have been accumulating will be nice dividens payments next year.
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    I am holding my shares until we get over $5, not selling to make few dollars. CELP will be big, we wil be back to be over $10. 7x gain this will be. Buy and Hold
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    I am adding every time I can, Good news are comming!!!!! and congrats to every one here
  • S
    Stock
    industries, including municipal infrastructure, water, sewer, electrical transmission, bridge infrastructure, and renewables (such as wind, solar, and hydroelectric). During the quarter, we submitted several additional bids and are awaiting the outcome.
    Bullish
  • S
    Stock
    Massive 1 Trillion Dollar infrastructure spending coming
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    nice dip, I am just acumulating every time. anytime we can get over $2. as soon as we get the 2 bills passed CEP will move up fast ( Enviromental and Infrastructure bill)
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    The country’s water and energy systems are under stress. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that drinking water, wastewater, and irrigation systems will require $632 billion in additional investment over the next decade. Ports and waterways, which handle over one-fourth of the country’s freight transport, face mounting delays. The operators of the U.S. electrical grid are struggling to make the necessary investments, and increasing power outages are costing the economy billions of dollars.
  • G
    Gabriel
    They will surely recover and restructure their debt.
  • G
    Gabriel
    Does anyone knows if CELP could do a “reverse split”, I am not sure if LP’s are allow to do it. History on this company shows that was never done before. Any comments will be appreciated.
  • J
    J75
    During 2021 CELP has hired over 20 new positions, for the new contracts that are expecting to be won and for the increase in the service that will demand the Infrastructure bill. My guess is that by December we should be around $5 and for 2022 if the dividens are reinstated we can go back to $9 or more. I just love buying and Holding. was able to get more today. This is a solid company that has been affected by the decreased in services by oil sector due to covid, but they are moving to the right direction with new revenues streams. I holding a great amount of shares and I will keep them as it will be nice the dividends I will get hopefully mid 2022 or begining 2023
  • S
    Stock
    CELP Should get news soon on serveral large contracts the company has bid on
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    Adding more shares today. we will be getting ready for $3 soon, volume is increasing and Oil is at $72
  • J
    J75
    I have been acumulating CELP, and it will start moving to $2 soon and then we will get back to $3 by December. as soon as the economy recovers we will be over double digits. these are the prices to buy, acummulate and hold.
    Bullish
  • J
    J75
    INFRASTRUCTURE BILL
    $110 billion for roads, bridges, and major transportation projects
    $66 billion for passenger rail, including $16 billion for Amtrak’s National Network, $6 billion for Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor, and $36 billion for Federal-State Partnership Grants including a $24 billion set-aside for the Northeast Corridor.
    $11 billion for safety for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration, and a “Safe Streets for All” program.
    $39 billion for transit, including for Capital Investment Grants and the “low-no” emission vehicle procurement program.
    $25 billion for airports.
    $17.3 billion for ports and waterways.
    $46 billion for infrastructure resiliency investments.
    $7.5 billion for low-carbon and zero-emission school buses and ferries along with another $7.5 billion for electric vehicles and low-carbon school buses and ferries.
    $65 billion for broadband, $55 billion for water infrastructure, along with $73 billion for power and electric grid infrastructure investment.
    Bullish
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