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Review of Questor Technology

NOV 22, 2016 - Clean air technology company with interesting products but it has simply become too small and volatile for most investors. Discontinuing coverage at a 'C' rating.

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Q: Is there anything of note in the 3rd Quarter release? The technology of QST and the world wide focus on reducing methane gases, one would think this company is in a sweet spot to increase sales dramatically - as per this statement from the president (below)... so help me understand why they are not signing oodles of contracts for their clean combustion technology solutions?
"Requests for proposals have increased significantly from both international and domestic companies, who are exploring opportunities to use Questor’s integrated solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, eliminate flaring and venting to meet the new regulations focused on methane."

Read Answer Asked by Harry on November 29, 2022

Q: Hi 5i,
I need to access some cash by selling some TFSA holdings and hope you can give me advice as to the best way to go about that.
I'm nicely up on WCP and TVE, and with dividends accounted for close to break even on DBM. CTS, CURA, QST and WELL are down a lot, and GXE is down some but not too bad.
Selling 1/4 of the WCP or 1/2 of the TVE or DBM would cover my cash requirement, whereas I'd have to offload pretty much all of any one of the others at their presently reduced values to get where i need to be.
If I didn't need the cash I wouldn't sell anything at present, in the expectation that WCP and TVE will continue to do well, that DBM will at least hold steady, probably rise relatively soon and keep paying dividends, and that the others will find their way out of the woods in due course. But unfortunately I don't have that luxury.
Given the above, could you advise what i might best hold on to, and what might be best to sell in fairly short order?
Thanks!
Peter

Read Answer Asked by Peter on November 07, 2022
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