+ Watch REGI
on My Watchlist
Zach's BigBuyBestBargain (Fidelity), plus top 20% revenue growth. 1 of 5.
a good play while natgas gets into hight gear
REGI Earnings Don't Worry Me :fool.com/investing/general/2013/03/05/regs-earnings-dont-worry-me.aspx
A leader in the growing industry of advanced biofuels and renewable energy. The Obama administration is a big proponent of alternative fuel sources and RFS2 and other government programs should drive demand further for the company's products. Currently trades at an excellent P/B of 0.5. It has positive ROA and is improving its efficiency. One of the few competitors with positive operating cash flow exceeding net income, which means it can improve its debt position, which it has done. It also has good, positive, margins, showing it can be profitable in a highly competitive industry.
Identified by Piotroski: High F-Score ScreenROC exceeds cost of capital and is increasing its economic value added (EVA). EVA favorable relative to market and sector. Potential for substantial volatility.
REG is just beginning to hit its stride. The company has a current production capacity of 212 million gallons per year (mmgy) with another 135 mmgy under construction. Furthermore, REG is building an impressive distribution network along the country’s most important transportation hubs. Through the first six months of 2012 REG produced 82 million gallons of biodiesel, which made up approximately 15-17% of the total biodiesel produced in the United States.Wall Street struggles to maintain confidence in REG for long, as the company is currently constantly tied to the government announcements of the RFS2 program. I think that's a little unfair, as the biodiesel production requirements and targets will continue to rise for the foreseeable future and don't have the same plateau as corn-based EtOH. Within the next year or two I see shares of REG breaking out of their dependency on RFS2 catalysts (although they will certainly help) and appreciating to a much more realistic price that factors in growth, market reach, and feedstock advantages. As of last quarter, shareholders' equity would put shares at $11.37 (a 127% premium to $5 per share). Shareholders' equity has grown 146% over the last three years and 53% over the last three quarters - while shares have been cut in half. Hmmm...Read my full write-up here:http://beta.fool.com/blackngold/2012/08/29/why-renewable-energy-group-is-a-buy/10626/
A beaten down stock that might actually be worth more than it's IPO price, which is very rare indeed. I can see this going up to $14 without benefit of any earnings surprises. If it does get a positive one the people shorting it are going to be very badly hurt.
P-High f score and AAII SSP
NO. 'nuff said.
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