• Benefitting from Clean Technologies - Arabian American Developement Company (NasdaqGS: ARSD)
    Arabian American Development Company (Nasdaq:ARSD) should be a benefactor of several key trends in both the commodities markets and the clean technologies industries:

    Rising commodities prices - ARSD
    is a 50% partner in a Saudi mining joint venture with deposits of zinc, copper, gold and silver; and

    Clean technologies - legislation such as the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 are creating a need for manufacturers to use more environmentally acceptable materials in their processes. In particular, an increasing number of manufacturers are turning to lighter and more recoverable C5 hydrocarbons which make up a large part of ARSD's product line.

    05/28/2008 by Administrator
  • Fuel Tech (Nasdaq:FTEK) Announces Respectable, But Not Overwhelming Results
    May 8, 2008 – Fuel Tech (Nasdaq:FTEK) reported first quarter results this week with revenue up $20.5 million, or 26% Y/Y and net income coming in at $1.6 million, or $0.07 per share, versus the $0.8 million, or $0.03 per share reported same period last year. The markets reacted relatively unfavorably to the report, and Roth Capital immediately downgraded the stock to a Hold. We think potential broader market weakness could bring the stock closer to, or even below the $20 level in the near term, and we see that at an attractive entry point. Here is why:
    05/08/2008 by SCP Editor
  • We Are Warm on Actuate, But Will Hold Off for Now
    May 1, 2008 - Actuate Corporation (NASDAQ:ACTU), provides customers with Business Intelligence, Performance Management and Reporting Applications and enables organizations to develop solutions that optimize corporate performance. The stock is trading at $4.17 with a P/E (ttm) of 14.23 and a P/S (ttm) of 1.74. The Company’s balance sheet is strong, with $68 million cash on hand (about $1.13 per share) and no debt.
    05/01/2008 by Administrator
  • Tough Week For ELON, But Company Remains on Track - We Like the Stock at Current Levels
    May 1, 2008 – We had been watching Echelon (Nasdaq:ELON) closely over the past week on the heels of a Form 8-K where the company reported its President and COO, Beatrice Yormark had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. The markets reacted predictably to the news, and uncertainty, which came a week ahead of its scheduled release of financial results for the first quarter.
    05/01/2008 by Administrator
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