Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc LSE:CDT London Ordinary Share US18449C3025 COM SHS USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 117.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 9.48

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12/11/200908:52Clean Diesel Technologies: "the future looks very promising"462.00
27/9/200516:58WILD CARD SHARE18.00
18/9/200523:11This stock is at Ј1.20 now. What an opportunity!75.00
24/1/200419:05what the heck happend here then guys@gals!!129.00

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atlantic1953: Sidewinder this does seem to be an emerging giant.I think one or two have very substantial stakes eg Simon Cawkwell and I think D Hunter.Yet the share price now if you allow for the consolidation is less than it was 3 years ago when i think it hit the equivalent of £12.50 when it just had potential and no orders. Im tempted to increase my stake lets see if frr hit the black stuff TO Free up some funds. It would be good to hear Simon's views on cdt today.If you still read this bb please contribute Simon.
sidewinder2: The 3rd quarter results were published in November. The 2007 year end and fourth quarter results are due between the 15th and 31st March. As these will be audited figures the company is in the hands of the auditors as to the exact date. I follow the company closely and it is clear that business is now developing fast as vehicle emission enforcement legislation is now mandatory and tightening in the US and Europe, with LEZs to also be introduced in several major Asian cities within the next couple of years. So far as your question of share price in a two year time scale is concerned I am certainly looking at between US$75 and US$100 per share. The AIM quotation is now largely irrelevent since the company gained a full NASDAQ listing at the end of October 2007 and the AIM quote is generally just below the NASDAQ quote but with a wide spread to prevent more arbitraging which EK and I managed towards the end of last year on a small number of the "S" shares.
sidewinder2: US Institutional Analyst, H.C. Wainwright & Co Inc, were reported in the latest edition of Business Week as raising their twelve month price target from $31 to $35. As a substantial long term holder, having spent many hours on research, I remain extremely confident that we have a major company in the making and am confidently looking to a share price comfortably in excess of $100 well within a three year time scale.
sidewinder2: Successful exercise of Series A Warrants. CDT now has another $7 million in cash on the balance sheet and is in a strong financial position. Listing on NASDAQ at the end of August will open the market to US mutual funds who cannot buy BB stocks. Very positive analysis by leading US Institutional Analyst, H.C. Wainwright & Co Inc., forcasting 107% increase in share price, to $31, in 12 months following NASDAQ listing and earnings of £3.29 per share, on very conservative basis, for 2009. Wide very positive coverage now appearing in US technical press. License agreement with Bosch was the critical and major breakthrough, other Tier I suppliers were said to be in negotiation at the AGM, they cannot afford not to be able to offer airless injection system which is now being marketed to OEMs by Bosch incorporating ARIS and EGR/SCR, which are CDT patents licensed to Bosch. Strong share price performance following NASDAQ listing can be sure as Mutual Funds and private investors take positions. Expect news of more licensing agreements with OEMs and Tier I suppliers and retro-fit contracts for London LEZ.
capt bligh: Apologies to optimisticinvestor on yahoo: The recently confirmed fact that CDTIs technology reduces platinum usage by 70% by the use of their Fuel Borne Catalyst (FBC) in conjunction with a lighty catalysed Diesel Particulate Trap (DPF)compared to a heavily catalysed DPF more than justifies the current share price. It is most likely that to comply with Euro 5 regulation on Particulate Matter (PM) all light duty vehicles (cars in other words) will need to fit DPFs. As there are approximately 8 million diesel powered cars manufactured in Europe each year heavily catalysed DPFs would consume 4 million ozs of platinum a year at 0.5oz per vehicle. Current world production of platinum is running at 7.3 million ozs, so would require over 50% of total world production which is obviously unsustainable. A 70% saving would reduce the requirement to 1.2 million ozs. As the technology would also be applied to the commercial vehicle market also reducing platinum (and other PGM) demand. The worldwide use of DPFs is bound to increase expotentially over the next 3 years. Without this CDTI technology there would be no hope that there would be sufficient supply of PGMs (platinum, palladium & rhodium). It is said that the saving over the life of a light duty vehicle switching to CDTIs FBC with a lightly catalysed filter is up to Euro 400 per vehicle - apply this to 8 million vehicles per annum gives a saving of Euro 3.2 Billion per annum. Let us say the patent holder (CDTI) would achieve at least 10% of this saving as royalties from the European light duty market alone. Apart from this breakthrough CDTI also has US and European patents on EGR/SCR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation/Selective Catalytic Reduction) for NOx emission control being adopted by HD vehicle manufacturers; an EPA verified CWMF (catalysed wire mesh filter) likely to dominate the Asia Pacific market due to its lower cost and robustness now licenced to Energenics, the leading bio-fuel and emission control company in the area and based in Singapore but dominant in the Indian, Malasian, Thai and Australian markets. CDTI also has the only proven technology which has been shown to overcome the problem of bio-diesel of increasing NOx emission by 18/20% above baseline fossil diesel fuel which linits its use in many jurisdictions. Putting all this into perspective we have an emerging middle/large sized in the making which will make the present market capitalisation seem miniscule when looking back in two to three years time.
speed camera: I'm surprised nobody's come on about the aggressive buying and share price rise on Friday. Several T trades throughout the day showed that some people were intent on scooping up as much stock as available at rising prices. A quarterly announcement is overdue. Maybe on Monday? It's a lovely chart as well.
david15: The CEO has forecast a major increase in sales in the second half and in particular in the last quarter and continuing into the forseeable future. He is a highly competent senior executive having a track record of being CEO to a start up division of Motorola, which he took to market leader in its field, a like performance as CEO of Wayfarer Systems AG, a Swedish direction location technology for mobile phones and NXT Plc which directed through its successful years. He has said that he sees immense opportunities to take CDT to market leader and I have every faith in his ability to do so. I do not believe that Walter Copan, the COO North America, would have left a senior position at the US Department of Energy if he also did not have like sentiments. The rising share price with a number of promised announcements of licences to OEMs for the ARIS technology should enable a placing to raise sufficient cash without any great difficulty. At the AGM the CEO forecast break even being reached by mid-2007 so with the prospect of a decreasing cash burn it is just possible that a further placing might not be required but even if required it should be far less dilutive than past funding. One problem is the lack of liquidity in the stock as, at least, 85% of the present issued capital is in firm hands who have no intention of selling at anything like the present share price. I know of several parties who would like to invest but are not willing to accumulate a holding at 1000 shares a time, which is generally the maximum number the MMs will quote, unless they have had a larger lot due to a forced sale or other special situation and the shares are then readily placed to satisy market orders at above the bid price. But for those with patience and will to buy 500 or 1000 shares at a time it is still possible to slowly build or increase a position.
nephin: soysoy: I know that this report looks promising, but how can it be any use to us holders if it has no affect on the share price? New York has been open for a good few hours now and CD hasn't sold one share - not one! Am I the only poster on this thread that finds the behavior of this share some what bizarre to say the least? Nephin
nephin: I've been watching this share for a few weeks now and I've come to the conclusion that there is absolutely no connection what so ever between the share price in London and the price in the States, they must be completely different shares. And when I read back through the recent optimistic reports on the technology of CD I'm starting to think that they could have been written by a back office junior who has had one drink too many in his lunch hour. Is there any real hope for this share or are we all just a sad bunch of Rainbow Chasers? I thought that being in TFC was bad enough, but this one is ten times worse - at least TFC actually moved up a fraction on the odd occasion Nephin
harryharris: Hyper Al, I see investing as playing the odds. If on the balance of probabilities it looks as though the CDT has a fair level of catching up to do, it is worth me giving serious consideration to buying more shares tomorrow. The last contract with Fleeetguard, appears to me to be CDT's most significant contract to date and one which could potentially help transform the fortunes of the company over the next few years and yet it appears to have been completely ignored in the CDT price. Graham
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