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FuelCell Energy Inc

FuelCell Energy Inc (FCEL)

0.8747
0.0246
(2.89%)
Closed May 25 4:00PM
0.88
0.0053
(0.61%)
After Hours: 7:59PM

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Key stats and details

Current Price
0.88
Bid
0.874
Ask
0.88
Volume
41,738,356
0.82 Day's Range 0.9289
0.64 52 Week Range 2.94
Market Cap
Previous Close
0.8501
Open
0.8478
Last Trade Time
Financial Volume
$ 36,296,726
VWAP
0.869625
Average Volume (3m)
29,764,072
Shares Outstanding
451,862,054
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-3.55
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-0.25
Revenue
123.39M
Net Profit
-110.77M

About FuelCell Energy Inc

FuelCell Energy Inc is a fuel-cell power company. FuelCell designs manufactures, sells, installs, operates, and services fuel cell products, which efficiently convert chemical energy in fuels into electricity through a series of chemical reactions. It serves various industries such as Industrial, Wa... FuelCell Energy Inc is a fuel-cell power company. FuelCell designs manufactures, sells, installs, operates, and services fuel cell products, which efficiently convert chemical energy in fuels into electricity through a series of chemical reactions. It serves various industries such as Industrial, Wastewater treatment, Commercial and Hospitality, Data centers and Communications, Education and Healthcare, and others. Geographically, the company generates a majority of its revenue from the United States followed by South Korea. Show more

Sector
Elec Indl Apparatus, Nec
Industry
Elec Indl Apparatus, Nec
Headquarters
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Founded
1970
FuelCell Energy Inc is listed in the Elec Indl Apparatus sector of the NASDAQ with ticker FCEL. The last closing price for FuelCell Energy was $0.85. Over the last year, FuelCell Energy shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.64 to $ 2.94.

FuelCell Energy currently has 451,862,054 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of FuelCell Energy is $393.12 million. FuelCell Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.55.

FCEL Latest News

FuelCell Energy Announces Second Quarter of Fiscal 2024 Results Conference Call on June 10, 2024 at 10 A.M. Eastern Time

DANBURY, Conn., May 22, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCEL) -- a global leader in decarbonizing power and producing hydrogen through our proprietary, state-of-the-art...

FuelCell Energy and Toyota Motor North America Celebrate Launch of World's First "Tri-gen" Production System at the Port of Long Beach

FuelCell Energy’s Tri-gen technology produces three products: renewable electricity, renewable hydrogen, and usable waterMarks Toyota’s first port vehicle processing facility in the world to be...

FuelCell Energy and Toyota Motor North America Celebrate Launch of World's First 'Tri-gen' Production System at the Port of Long Beach

FuelCell Energy and Toyota Motor North America Celebrate Launch of World's First 'Tri-gen' Production System at the Port of Long Beach PR Newswire LONG BEACH, Calif., May 2, 2024 FuelCell...

Tyrone Michael Jordan Appointed to FuelCell Energy’s Board of Directors

Automotive and aerospace industry executive with deep expertise inadvanced manufacturing systems, scaling manufacturing, and technology DANBURY, Conn., April 29, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE...

FuelCell Energy Announces Debt Financing for Derby Power Projects

Continuing Strong Support for FuelCell Energy Platforms Total of $13 Million in Senior and Subordinated Credit Facilities DANBURY, Conn., April 29, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy...

FuelCell Energy Technology to be Used in Sacramento Wastewater Biofuel Clean Energy Project

DANBURY, Conn., April 11, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL), announced that its carbonate fuel cell technology will be used in a biogeneration project developed by...

Recently Updated and Extended Joint Development Agreement between ExxonMobil Technology and Engineering Company and FuelCell Energy Aimed at Accelerating Access to Carbonate Fuel Cell Technology for Carbon Capture

Carbonate fuel cell technology captures CO2 emissions from industrial sources, while simultaneously generating electricity and hydrogen, valuable co-products that can reduce the cost of carbon...

FuelCell Energy Innovators to Highlight Advanced Clean Technologies at CERAWeek 2024

DANBURY, Conn., March 19, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: FCEL) is pleased to announce that Chief Technology Officer Tony Leo and Director of Solutions Engineering Brent...

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FCEL Discussion

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King James 1 King James 1 6 hours ago
I am out of here for the holiday weekend. You all have a great one too!
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Go Hawks13 Go Hawks13 7 hours ago
FCEL is at .87 cents you pesky little idiot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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igotthemojo igotthemojo 8 hours ago
LMAO!...the stock has gone from $29 to 64 cents...and you are crowing that it has not YET hit 50 cents???...

SMGDH...
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King James 1 King James 1 9 hours ago
Do I hear .50, .50, .50, yada, yada, yada, .50, .50, .50, .50, yada yada yada. Pesky mosquitoes.
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hopester hopester 10 hours ago
"Quote" The psychology is to get you to believe you'll lose money if you hold."
My God; Isn't that exactly what has happened to Holders over the past x years ? They held and npw are in the swamp trying to dig out by buying more. YOU and HOGWASH are a classic example of that.
Now both of you are pushing others to join the swamp.
Really; if either had a scintilla of investment understanding both would have avoided this debacle.
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King James 1 King James 1 11 hours ago
I suppose if naysayer millionaires that live on message boards to bash FCEL could (and probably will) switch to bashing PLUG when all their predictions of 0.50 cents for FCEL fall flat. Oh well , you win some you lose some😂

https://stocks.apple.com/AR-pKaXC7SZaZJwPc9zZViQ
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King James 1 King James 1 11 hours ago
Seems we are not the only ones selling into the market.
https://stocks.apple.com/A7DoQC7M0QaKV_NiYMB5NsQ
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King James 1 King James 1 11 hours ago
May 21, 0930 am price 0.766. Present price 0.896 Fri May 24, 2:20 pm. Up 0.13 in less than four days. We will never see 0.50 at this rate! Oh well, as long as you are getting screw:*%^......
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igotthemojo igotthemojo 12 hours ago
"One thing I am sure of is that if we sold shares this quarter we are plenty liquid."

yes, the company has money...shareholders dont, but the company wont go broke...they diluted shareholder value to make sure of that....wouldnt it be nice if Few could figure out how to turn a profit with the company instead of begging for money from Exxon and the fed gov?...or borrowing money creating a debt burden...or stealing from shareholders?...

what if the earnings report isnt as rosy as you hope?...what if its actually kinda bad?...what if the economy takes a downturn?...what if hydrogen isnt the big thing some think it is?...what if nothing is going to happen with hydrogen for years?...you KNOW the next step for this 85 cent company is a reverse split...

"I also see the relentless shorting as a psychological and external threat from company(ies) bigger than us who would benefit themselves with our technology."

fcel cant seem to benefit themselves with their technology...why would any else be eager about it?...large companies wont pay a million for a tech that hasnt proved itself...but they will pay a billion for one that has...

" the way to fight the short strangle hold is to buy whatever you can afford and hold for as long as you can."

that does absolutely nothing to shorts...and there is nothing shareholders can do to prevent shorts from borrowing shares...

" If you have ever been short squeezed you know it is a serious threat to the shorter, particularly at these low levels of stock price with a company that is liquid."

fcel has been shorted for a very long time...most of the shorts have made a ton of money shorting fcel...if fcel manages to turn itself around, shorts will simply cash in their huge profits and then go long...i know unsophisticated investors love to talk about shorts "burning" and other such nonsense...but the fact is, shorts at some point may cover and reap great profits...and then will profit again as they go long the company...

"Psychologically the game is to get you to believe you will lose your money if you hold."

shorters short the company, not shareholders...they couldnt care less what shareholders do...they welcome anyone who wants to lose money to simply hold tight to their shares and ride the drop all the way down....its the company failing to perform that drops the pps...of course knowledgeable investors will always book their profits when the tide starts to turn...they know they can always buy back later after the price bottoms out...hell, brokerages dont even charge a commission on buys and sells anymore!...

"Then you sell and give more shares back for the shorters to use."

thats not even how it works...

"Keep the faith."

this has no place in investing...
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King James 1 King James 1 16 hours ago
* Book value per share (BVPS) takes the ratio of a firm's common equity divided by its number of shares outstanding.
* Book value of equity per share effectively indicates a firm's net asset value (total assets - total liabilities) on a per-share basis.
* When a stock is undervalued, it will have a higher book value per share in relation to its current stock price in the market.
* BVPS is used mainly by stock investors to evaluate a company's stock price.
*
Present book value per share is 1.47!!!!!!
Present stock price is a manipulation!!!!
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King James 1 King James 1 16 hours ago
https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USEERE/bulletins/39e64b0?reqfrom=share
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King James 1 King James 1 18 hours ago
Does anyone else have that annoying buzzing in their ear? Something about the price will be 0.50 soon?
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hopester hopester 18 hours ago
It's when you buy now that shorts borrow and sell. Not when you sell.
In any case, dilution is here and dilution kills value. Shorts know it and seize every opportunity to exercise their right to give thelongs what they asked for
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hopester hopester 18 hours ago
FCEL has no intention of selling the company. Rather I would suspect they'd reverse split, demonstrate proof of concept , let the market adjust to it higher , and reel in the fruits of their labor. Given the effort and time they put into this, why sell?
This of course all depend on their ability to prove acceptable their concept and the new developments coming along render them non-competitive .
There are companies out there making strides in eliminating CO2 directly from the air; then burying it deep into the ground. That would eliminate the need for fuel cells used for industrial purposes. One was demonstrated on CNBC last week.

In the meanwhile Longs are asked to take the pain of dilution and quarterly losses and only wish something good will come out of it.
Investors would be wise to sit and wait for something to develop instead of buying because the price is low and they " believe" without evidence that all will turn out the way they want. Foolish bet!
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King James 1 King James 1 18 hours ago
A little over two weeks until earnings and except for shorting, things are somewhat quiet. One thing I am sure of is that if we sold shares this quarter we are plenty liquid. I also see the relentless shorting as a psychological and external threat from company(ies) bigger than us who would benefit themselves with our technology. Exxon, although supportive in a small way is also mostly watching out for its own interests throughout the world and has been throwing bones at any company that might aid it, should they lose the regulatory fight. Unless you are shorting, the way to fight the short strangle hold is to buy whatever you can afford and hold for as long as you can. If you have ever been short squeezed you know it is a serious threat to the shorter, particularly at these low levels of stock price with a company that is liquid.
Psychologically the game is to get you to believe you will lose your money if you hold. Then you sell and give more shares back for the shorters to use. In a little over two weeks we will know what the score is and be able to ask questions. Keep the faith.
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King James 1 King James 1 1 day ago
Exactly.
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King James 1 King James 1 1 day ago
It's interesting we are personally talking of cash flow. When you have a vision but cannot financially swing it at the time you need to make it work, its a cash flow problem. Out of the 500,000,000 shares approved at the annual meeting, only 300,000,000 will be sold from time to time".To state the obvious it would be more beneficial to sell them much higher than a dollar. If I was a multibillion dollar company who may want to own FCEL but needed more "proof of concept" before committing to pursuing acquisition or if I want to control the roll out of CCS while political factors play out I could ice a small company with shares to sell by shorting those shares into essential worthlessness causing a shortage of cash flow.
Why would any company do that?
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JohnnyHydrogen JohnnyHydrogen 1 day ago
ExxonMobil Urges EU to Remove ‘Policy Hurdles’ Slowing Oil Industry’s Hydrogen Plans

https://www.desmog.com/2024/05/22/exxonmobil-urges-eu-to-remove-policy-hurdles-slowing-oil-industrys-hydrogen-plans/
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King James 1 King James 1 1 day ago
The students getting invaluable training that will sustain them into the future. When I was in high school it was all about the internal combustion engine, speed, and size of the car. GM had the best benefits in the world. And they trained you. Too bad my path took another road.
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Maximilliano Maximilliano 1 day ago
Practical experience with hydrogen fuel cells

"A newly expanded [pilot] partnership between Los Alamos National Laboratory and Navajo Technical University (NTU) is helping foster a STEM-adept workforce ready to contribute to a high-tech, clean energy future with a concentration on fuel cell technology and additive manufacturing."

https://www.miragenews.com/los-alamos-lab-navajo-tech-uni-partner-for-1134723/
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hopester hopester 1 day ago
Shorts love it when retail buys. That's their meat and potatoes. The uptick brings them on.
"If the sh/px is kept down, the company cannot sell shares" LMAO- When they do its called dilution.
So what's the next step? They must REVERSE SPLIT the stock therein inviting institutions and brokerages who otherwise have rules not to buy penny stocks to possibly buy.
What you have is 2 no win situations.
1} They dilute your value or
2} They cut the number of shares you hold by the R/S.
which I believe now will be a 1 for 20
In either or both cases holders and buyers LOSE.
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nzuritu nzuritu 1 day ago
?? NVD

NVIDIA Corp is NVDA @ $1038
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King James 1 King James 1 1 day ago
When you go to any of the big oil web sites the first thing thrown at you is how they are saving the planet from pollution and climate change. Truth is they would not lift a finger if they were not forced. And when it comes to CCS it is a race to get the technology first. They don't want to pay for it either. If the share price is kept down on FCEL, the company can not sell shares at less than a dollar and grow simultaneously. We are being strangled by relentless shorting. The way to stop it is buy and hold. Buy as much as possible at bargain pricing. Don't lend the shares to brokers. Make the oil companies work for the shares.
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Dubster watching Dubster watching 1 day ago
FCEL taking break?
*NVD sold $3.55
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Maximilliano Maximilliano 1 day ago
Hydrogen Ecosystem Is Coming to New Mexico

"Over the past month, in public meetings stretching from the Navajo Nation to Albuquerque, public officials and company representatives unveiled a picture of a new hydrogen energy industry being built in the northwest corner of New Mexico. The presentations reveal hydrogen production, transportation, power generation and carbon sequestration projects arcing across the Navajo Nation to Farmington and down to the I-40 corridor between Gallup and Albuquerque. Most of the projects are underway, and it’s clear they’ll rely on fossil fuels."

“Hydrogen uses the natural gas resources here we don’t know what to do with"....

"Enter hydrogen. The most plentiful element in the universe is a perfectly clean fuel when used to make electricity in a fuel cell."

https://capitalandmain.com/like-it-or-not-a-hydrogen-ecosystem-is-coming-to-new-mexico#:~:text=The%20federal%20government%20incentivized%20so,its%20oil%20and%20gas%20producers.
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hopester hopester 1 day ago
Traders delight. Shorts sniffing the prey.
No follow through again. No Buyers Support.
Any questions?
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hopester hopester 1 day ago
Prepare for a 1/20 R/S. The announcement is sure to comeshortly after the quarterly or a week before it following a piece of news.
That's how companys who can't get the px up do it.
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hopester hopester 1 day ago
I see where some less than informed person labelled Peter Lynch as unintelligent. That ununformed individual shows he didn't do the DD on Peter. He's a widely followed and respected analysist who goes bty the numbers ... not the wishful hope. He values FCEL below ZERO which means the current price of $.83 is $.83 + some OVERVALUED.
iT AMAZES ME HOW THESE LESS THAN EDUCATED TYPES CONTINUE TO AVOID FACTS IN FAVOR OF THEIR WISHES AND CALL IT ANALYSIS.
sOMEONE NEEDS TO EDUCATE THESE NARROW MINDED INVESTORS.
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Dubster watching Dubster watching 1 day ago
FCEL $.78 or less for re-entry
I saw folks spending their last couple hundred and gave an example of “scalping” that can raise $ fast.
Not for everyone
See NVD thread. Selling$$
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Dubster watching Dubster watching 1 day ago
$anyone like?$
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hopester hopester 1 day ago
The company has below ZERO value according to Peter Lynch. Thus the $.85/sh overprices the shares tobelow ZERO.
Analysts are generous with there avg tgt px of $1.48. Yet for at least 3 years, nonehave had a BUY Rating on it. The market confirmed that.
Bulls had had a long history of predicting the stock would zoom. Each time they did, it dropped.
That answers the question Do they understand fundamentals and technicals.? The results they got proves they do not.
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
This is going to be a far far greater percentage growth than in video over the last 1 to 2 years. We are priced as if there's potential for bankruptcy which does not exist. AMC and GameStop are completely different story. Somebody tell me a scenario where their future is bright if it even exists. Any suggestion fuel cell energy has no value or will not survive is clearly unintelligent. The entire world is pushing towards increasing hydrogen production with the primary source of fuel cells. The entire world is also finally jumping on board with the need for carbon capture based on the fact that fossil fuels are an evil necessity for the near future. Exxon Mobil slow played this for several reasons. One of the main reasons is because there's no proven carbon capture technology out there which actually captures the carbon it was suggested to anywhere near the cost that was suggested. So they did tons of testing and planning to prepare for this. They believe they can capture more than 90% at whatever cost they determined which is within their acceptable range. They obviously want incentives like carbon tax which Canada already has to help make it profitable. And I think everyone knows they were advocating for $100 per ton. They have mentioned repeatedly This is potentially a game changing technology.
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
Yeah if I get paid on time my commission is actually supposed to be on the 8th. However, I do expect to run up into earnings even though the shorts and swingers are taking advantage of a huge jump yesterday.
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hopester hopester 2 days ago
He might! There's a sucker born every day.
You don't know what a low is.
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
Haha it sounds like we are all scraping it together for the next run. I have a little dry powder but payday isn't until after earnings. Its ok. I have put every dollar into shares under $1 for as long as it presented itself. GLTA
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Dubster watching Dubster watching 2 days ago
*NVD $3.25 right now. Thank me later today.
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
Buy as much as you can and keep them out of shorties hands! Enjoy the ride.
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
Lol, I bought 10 shares this morning I figured WTF it's all the cash I had in my stock account. Then I did a transfer of $200 which should go through by end of day because that's all I can manage right now. Bought 200 shares is $2,000 at some point before the end of 2026. And if I can get really lucky maybe timing will have it as such that I could end up with 220 shares.
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bagwa-john bagwa-john 2 days ago
Even with the shares I've picked up in the last two weeks, my avg. is still .76 a share.
woohoo.
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
Look at Nvidia! That growth will pale in comparison to fuelcell Energy. Currently $1,050 up from 800 1 month ago or about 30%. Around 2 years to get down to $200. 425% growth in just over 2 years. Chip maker, very important. Our tech is world changing and world saving. And starting from nothing. Nvidia was already a world wide accepted tech and company at $200. And by the way it was $150ish for a year leading up to 2022. Fuelcell should already be $1.50-$2 just based on current asset/cash valuation just to be even. 30%, lol, We got 1,400% in less than 3 months before, and everything has only gotten better since, Except the economy! Once the economy and Inflation are stable we get 500% just based on that. Now add the growing DEMAND for our tech, urgency and lack of proven options. 2026 will be FAR greater than that 1,400%! From $.70-$.80 cents I'm thinking 5,000% is conservative! That's only $40, but put that in perspective. $1,000 x 5,000%! That's $51,000 from $1,000 in about 2 1/2 years. MINIMUM by 12/31/26
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
I caught a few at 0.80 A little here a little there. It adds to my pile under a dollar without having to sell the car. What I have, shorty can't use.
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
So shorties drove the price down 0.07. For each 1000 shares invested they gained $70 minus fees, and taxes. And some people live on that but it's risky in a volatile market. So if someone wanted to make a little more money and risks 10,000 shares to make $700 minus fees and taxes, but suddenly while on a bathroom break the price jumps up 10 cents from the original price the loss is $1000.00 or more depending on how quickly the stock loan is covered. I have seen FCEL jump up quickly, before the news comes out. Depends on who is doing the shorting and how savvy they are determines win/loss. Big boy algorithmic traders can get in and out quickly but retailers not so much. I think all shorties right now playing with fire.
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
Major fail on 15M shares by 10:10am. Shorts still loaded
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
Shorties
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 2 days ago
KJ1, going in the wrong directions right now.
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
I believe it will be very soon😂
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 2 days ago
Added to my position yesterday. Can we get back above $1 soon?
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
I am glad to see Exxon giving more of a nod to FCE, although they like to imply it is their carbonate fuel cells doing the heavy lifting. Combined with the second article about cleaning up waste from from EfW projects shows how much demand there is for CCS. We are on the cusp of huge growth. That is why Few is always stressing sustainable growth (not overextending growth past income streams) and careful with his words. Many a great project or company have failed by getting too far ahead of cash flows. 👍🏻
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Hoghead7 Hoghead7 2 days ago
This is it, 469,000 shares at 9:00 a.m., at the tipping point of 94 cents. As I've stated on several occasions recently $0.95 is the end of the shorts. We either have a quick pullback when it touches 95 cents or we go over $1 take your choice. Would the coming conference call on a Monday and speculation there's a reason for that, combined with all the developments over the past 6 months and Few making a bold statement about Q1 being the low watermark, The recent public information update from Exxon Mobil, I don't see any reason to not break through that 95 cents. TICK TOCK!
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King James 1 King James 1 2 days ago
I like the math! Module replacements later this year, a couple more PPA's and life is good!
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