Clean Energy Fuels Corp
CLNE: Ignore the vol and Keep your eyes focused on upcoming catalysts; expect COP26 “war on methane” noise to remain high as governments turn words to action, AMZN deploys 2700 RNG trucks and CLNE announces new dairy upstream projects
I am not a financial advisor, and I want everyone who reads this I have never ever fucked Nancy Pelosi. We just talked, ok? Ok, she talked at me, and I talked at the TV, but I was in afterglow. She said CLNE. Just do your research and make your bets, man. You are at a casino. Just bet on CLNE, like all of it. Or: do your own research and decide.
Where are my CLNE money movers this seems like that one time CLNE options when bonkers from a 00.01 option to thousands I seen my 10 option calls worth 90 bucks because it went up to 30 cents to 7k on a friday I was a biggest moron I didnt cash out or even think of cashing half to rebuy I failed in life It hit 6k like a week later that's wen i finally decide to cash out half hoping it still had gas to go up but never did .man all that money that wasnt retrieved smh
How tf are you calculating intrinsic value. There’s no way GME has an intrinsic value of $4000. That would give them a market cap of $1.25 Trillion. That would make them the 6th largest public company in the world. AMC would have a market cap of $1.1 Trillion. All the other stocks don’t have a p/e and are penny stocks with the exception of CLNE. Unprofitable penny stocks are very high risk high reward. How is shorting a stock manipulation? It’s a tool investors use to bet against the stock. If they’re shorting the stock to buy it at a lower price, that doesn’t make any sense since they’ll have to repurchase all the shares they shorted too. It also means you have the chance to buy a company you think is undervalued
Perhaps some of us have seen this dozens of times with various tickers. It almost ALWAYS ends the same. See CLOV, SNDL, PLTR, CLNE, SDC, WISH, BB....etc I could go on and on. Where are those shit stonks now? Damn near pennystocks most of them. The rest are down 85% from their highs. But you do you we are just shills after all, right?
GME, AMC, RIG, CLNE, maybe a cruise line, a sturdy business that will hold up during a depression like a dollar store or dollar general, been looking at GOSS because they hold up better when memes are not, but do well when other memes do, and FFIE after they start production. This is me. I am not you and I am not a financial advisor.
[COW FARTS TO THE MOOOOOON (CLN](https://www.reddit.com/user/clnemoooon/comments/wg3phh/cow_farts_to_the_moooooon_clne_75_short_seems/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3)E) NOW.... Lets show the 7.7% who are short on CLNE that COWS CAN FLY!!!
> It literally dumped that timeframe. It literally didn’t. I posted that on before open on 6/4/21, a day on which CLNE had an open/high/low/close of 10.13/11.24/9.21/9.31. So on the day of my post, it ran up 10%. On 6/18/21, CLNE went 11.70/12.65/11.37/11.78 after closing the prior day at 11.12. So on the day I projected it would gamma squeeze, it ran up almost 14% from the day before and almost 25% from the opening on the day of my post. That’s not even getting into it hitting a high of 14.50 on 6/9/21, which was a whole 40% higher than where it opened 6/4. > You're down more on CLNE than the average GME holder. Uh, no, because we’re coming up on a year since I’ve held any position in CLNE because, unlike you, I comprehend the concept of taking profit. But congratulations on stepping in with what you obviously thought was a sick burn so I could remind you how fucking stupid you are.
> Edit: I have 2,175 shares of CLNE at $9.35 cost average and 1,250 shares of TLRY at $10.16 cost average. That’s where the majority of my money is I do not mean this harshly in the slightest but if those two things are where the majority of your investments are then you have to make some considerable changes.
Completely depends on where the renewable fuels / RNG markets are going in the next 1 - 3 years....[which is up in the air at the moment](https://irena.org/-/media/Files/IRENA/Agency/Publication/2021/Jul/IRENA_Reaching_Zero_Biojet_Fuels_2021.pdf) w/r/t SAF when you consider the lack of publicly traded sustainable aviation fuel companies. The one's I can come up with off the top of my head: Lanza went public by way of deSPAC but I don't think it's closed yet; I think Neste's fairly active in this market, but they're super late to the game compared to some of the privates that are out there like Enerkem, Fulcrum, Red Rock, etc. It'd be encouraging to see additional government incentives for SAF that you see with renewable diesel (mostly in a designated RIN pathway) or, even better, a national-level LCFS-type credit system, similar to what you see in California. That being said, RNG is different beast (and I have less background in RNG vs renewable fuels), but I think a big game changer here would be, again, another LCFS copycat system - not at the national level, but, weirdly enough, if the state of Wisconsin. The reason being is that RNG produced from dairy farms has the lowest CI score by [a wiiiiiiiiide margin](https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/resources/documents/lcfs-pathway-certified-carbon-intensities), which honestly would result in a tooooon of explosive growth, mostly by public companies like CLNE or REG (now Chevron) buying up PE-backed privates. It would likely double or triple the annual FCF most of these small privates are making now in the state of Wisconsin (which is probably why most have been bought by PE funds at this point, waiting on legislative action to take place).
I might look into play even though it has some high gas prices currently. UPS made a big deal that'll they'll probably stick with a while even with potential headwinds. Went down a little rabbit hole looking into- T. Boone Pickens looks to have founded the company UPS contracted with on RNG so it is an interesting play. https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/CLNE/ Not doing anything currently, but will probably keep an eye on it going forward. I lost money in Westport a long time ago and they didn't soar, but Cummins recentlyish bought out the LNG engine tech from their JV(although cheaply).
*"Dear our Lord, Ken Griffin* *Who art at Citadel, hallowed be thy gains.* *Thy greens run long, thy red be none, with shorts, as it is with options* *Give us today our daily FUD, and forgive us our paper hands, as we forgive those who bought CLOV,CLNE, and WISH* *And lead us not into temptation of selling AMC* *For bags full of retard gains* *Amen"* *-* u/academicpergatory ,2021 The 2021 retard market was a simpler time😪