Capstone Turbine Corp. (NASDAQ: CPST), profiled here as one of three good stocks under$1.50 to buy at the end of 2011, is the 11th highest Short Interest Stock on NASDAQ with reportedly 40,395,438 shares short as of January 13, 2012 compared to 40,405,430 shares short as of December 30, 2012.
Capstone Turbine Corporation develops, manufactures, markets, and services turbine generator sets and related parts for use in stationary distributed power generation applications.
Its stationary distributed power generation applications include cogeneration combined heat and power (CHP), integrated (CHP), resource recovery, and secure power, as well as combined cooling, heat, and power; and its products are used as battery charging generators for hybrid electric vehicle applications.
The company primarily offers microturbine units, subassemblies, and components. It also provides various accessories, including rotary gas compressors with digital controls, heat recovery modules for CHP applications, dual mode controllers that allow automatic transition between grid connect and stand-alone modes, batteries with digital controls for stand-alone/dual-mode operations, power servers for multipacked installations, and protocol converters for Internet access, as well as frames, exhaust ducting, and installation hardware.
Further, it remanufactures microturbine engines; and provides after-market parts and services, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, and factory and on-site training services. The companys microturbines can be fueled by various sources, including natural gas, propane, sour gas, landfill or digester gas, kerosene, diesel, and biodiesel.
It primarily sells its products directly to end users, as well as through distributors in North America, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Russian Federation, and South America.
Can you say Short-Squeeze?
- With Average Volume of 2,316,250, that would be 17.44 days to cover.
In the lead up to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis, let’s take a an arm-chair Quarterback Look at Capstone:
|Growing||5-Year Annual Revenue Growth > 15%||32.6%||Touchdown|
|1-Year Revenue Growth > 12%||46.7%||Touchdown|
|Winning||Gross Margin > 35%||2.1%||Fumble|
|Net Margin > 15%||(39.1%)||Fumble|
|Stability||Debt to Equity < 50%||35.1%||Touchdown|
|Current Ratio > 1.3||1.59||Touchdown|
|Execution||Return on Equity > 15%||(91%)||Fumble|
|Worthness||Normalized P/E < 20||No Play|
|Trophy Case||Current Yield > 2%||0%||Fumble|
|5-Year Dividend Growth > 10%||0%||Fumble|
|Completion Pct.||.444 (4 of 9)|
No Play = not meaningful due to negative earnings. Completion Percentage = number of passes.
Source: S&P Capital IQ
One Month Chart Analysis:
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