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Monkey doesn't understand complicated things like industrial engines, but he does understand that the world is moving toward increased utilization of Natural Gas which is more efficient and better for the environment. As in, way better, and the environment needs all the help it can get, as you already know but maybe don't actually believe. Well, the fine folks in China who need to wear masks to merely go outside believe it. And China will be one of Westport's most important business partners. Gentle humans, the inflection point of natural gas engine adoption is upon us. The stock price is currently down––way down. When does Monkey buy? When everyone has lost faith or has had their patience worn down to threadbare nubbins but the evidence on the ground suggests the company's vision is never closer to actual execution. The time is now.
cheap, cheap, cheap!
Shale gas abundant not only in US, but also in China and Argentina (already 43% energy matrix in Argentina); Gradual expansion of gas engines from trains, trucks and vessels, onto cars.
The conversion to natural gas engines is certainly taking its time and my WPRT pick has been up and now down. Currently priced at $17 per stub and trailing the market by 54% since my pick.I'm going to continue to hold because the market for natural gas engines could be large and WPRT has good technology. The $1.0 B market cap could turn to a $0, $3, $5, or $10B market cap before you know it.
The natural-gas-engine market is booming, and will continue to thrive for years. Westport has the patents to dominate this market for some time.
The price of Diesel is ridiculous. At one time, the gasoline companies were giving away diesel; it is a byproduct of gasoline refinement. By the mid-50s only did diesel demand a price, say 6 cents a gallon. Gasoline companies think we are dopes. Its only by legislation that diesel is taxed and sold at a premium price. They are really raking it in. Natural Gas is the wave of the future for long-haul diesel trucks.
Major LNG engine developer incl. patents. Now at a good buy point.
over sold lots of natural gas options for large trucks good entry point for some caps points
I think the future is looking great for this disruptive company.
WPRT is temporarily in a slump. Their partners (Cummins and Ford) are reporting strong numbers using their technology and the market place continue to embrace and expand the use of their engines.
Price incentive for using natural gas engines is presently very large and likely to stay large for ten years. Growth should result.
In very light, but just could not resist a price below it's 52 week low.If it drops significantly, I will add to my position. It will take some time for all of the pieces to fall into place, but there is significant upside from here. JMO and worth exactly what I am charging for it.
Value play based on tough year. 2014 is supposed to be the year in which a lot of answers regarding the future of wprt and natural gas engines in general. Production is up, demand is up, deals with others are in place, now it is time to move toward profitability. This has the potential to gain 40% from this point by year end and I am confident that is an unlikely outcome for the SP500.
Engines to provide cheap power for trucking industry has to be a winner.
buy on dip
this segment should grow over the next decade
Natural gas vehicles are in America's future.
Bull flag pull back on an uptrend this babies finally going up with consolidation support. Bears on low volume fool.
With WPRT being just a few points off its 52 week low early in 2014 we are presented with a good entry point for this long term growth story. With the trucking industry needing to meet regulatory requirements of 20% Fuel Efficiency Improvement and 20% Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Medium and Heavy Duty Engines and vehicles for 2014 to 2018, Natural Gas Engines and WPRT are definitely needed by the Industry to reach these goals.
The value plus potential is too hard to ignore. Low risk for a company that could lead a revolution in natural gas fueled transportation.
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