|Last Update: 06/18/13 - 4:00 PM EDT|
|YTD Performance: 11.42%|
|Previous Close: $29.76|
|52 Week Range: $23.01 - $40.40|
|Oustanding Shares: 55,620,628|
|Market Cap: 1,644,701,970|
|Qtr (06/13)||Qtr (09/13)||FY (12/13)||FY (12/14)|
|Number of Analysts||8||8||9||8|
|Growth Rate (Year over Year)||-141.25%||22.88%||-7.28%||20.28%|
As prices rise, winners and losers switch places.
Jim Cramer looks at why the transition to nat gas vehicles could be happening now, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.
If you are buying these stocks because of the revolution, you’d better have a long time frame.
The current is clearly running toward more energy-efficient technology.
And draw a line to more natural gas.
WPRT was initiated with a Buy rating, Deutsche Bank said. $38 price target. Natural gas vehicles should reach an inflection point in 2013.
Political opposition will resist Canadian tar-sands oil, and natural-gas engines are not yet economically practical.
WPRT was initiated with a Sell rating, Goldman Sachs said. $21 price target. Cummins JV set to terminate in 2021.
The industry looks to stay in inning one for some time to come.
Shares of WPRT now seen reaching $29, JP Morgan said. Estimates also reduced, given lower production rates.