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This stock is highly speculative. However, China and India still need energy last I heard, and this company is already involved in both countries. They hold the rights to the U-Gas process that makes sub-par coal usable to convert into desirable fuel. I think it is going to do well. Take off? Let's be patient and leave gimmick gains to short-lived comets...
Bad news first. Profit and Operating margins -150%. No return on assets or equity. And $-14million cash flow (more than 10% of the company's total value). Good news is their sales growth. Sales have grown 28 times over just 2 years. Currently they have about $9 million in sales, not bad for a company that is barely 3 years old. Their debt concerns? Long term debt is %60 of what it was 3 years ago. Total liabilities follow the same trend. They are U.S based and they operate in china. They straddle my two favorite industries, energy and chemicals. And they are considered a "green" stock, which should help the company generate a lot of buzz. Bottom line is that these guys have huge upside potential. And its not a too good to be true story either. They have acted responsibly by pushing sales and using the revenue to pay down debt. If YOY sales growth is just half of what it was last year, then Synthesis could be in positive territory in just 2 years. Buying a few hundred shares at market now should put your cost basis in around $2.70 (adjusted for $40 broker commission).
This stock is an alternative energy stock. Dealing with Clean coal and Biomass gasification technology. They have a unique market advantage because of the U-Gas technology which they invented. They are aggressively picking up contracts in developing nations through out the world.
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The need for this technology is undoubtfully going to create growth potential of SES.
This is a tracking portfolio of all CAPS-ratable tickers in the Chinese RTO/SPAC space (i.e., companies that listed without filing an IPO).Synthesis Energy Systems, Inc. went public via a reverse merger in 2005. The company is based in the United States, with primary operations in China.
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Deutsche Bank research report pegs a $47 share price in 3 years.
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