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Q: PYR is down 38%in the last moth, I'm still up 45% , JD does not seem to be going anywhere ? OKTA I am up over 100% and thinking of selling and taking the profit. These next ones, I'm simply down on: APPN -38%, WPRT -40%, QST - 38%, PAT -72%, AT -51%, PLTR -38%. What would you do ? Buy, Sell or Hold. Thanks.

Read Answer Asked by Frank on April 22, 2021

Q: Hi group would it be prudent to sell ECN and buy MOGO or has MOGO just got good momentum right now. Your thoughts are appreciated

also second question PYR has been as high as $12.00 now back at $8 time to step back in and buy at this level - thinking of day trading this one - your thoughts please

Read Answer Asked by Terence on March 30, 2021

Q: I can only afford to purchase one of these 2 stocks. I realize that they are completely different businesses, but in your opinion which one of these 2 stocks has the better outlook for the next 2-5 years. I hear that the PYR stocks is set to open shortly on the Nasdaq but not sure if that would improve it's outlook. Tnx much for all the great work.

Read Answer Asked by Jacques on February 23, 2021

Q: Mike asked about the valuation of Pyrogenesis today, Feb 16th, commenting that it had never been profitable or cash flow positive. I just wanted to point out that this has changed in fiscal year 2020. The last quarter was very profitable, and the current estimate for fiscal 2020, released on Jan 11th, is for revenue of $14 - 16 million, an increase of approximately 200% since 2019, and net income of 22 - 24 cents per share, compared to a loss of 7 cents per share in 2019. The company is making good progress with their various product lines involving plasma torches for various industrial purposes, plasma atomized metal powder, and plasma waste-to-energy systems.

Read Answer Asked by Dan on February 16, 2021

Q: As of today (Feb 13th 2021), this company has a market cap of ~ $1.5 Billion. However, from what I can see (on SEDAR), it has not even come close to having a positive net income or cash flow since its existence. Am I (as an investor) missing something very obvious, of is this just another sign that there is a "bit of exuberance" in the current market ?

Read Answer Asked by Mike on February 16, 2021

Q: HI,

PYR announced preliminary results for Q4 and FY....
"Based on preliminary financial information, and subject to year-end closing adjustments, PyroGenesis expects revenue for the fourth quarter 2020 to be between $3 - $5 million, resulting in total revenues for the fiscal year ending 2020 of approximately $14 - $16 million, as compared to $1.07 million (Q4 2019) and $4.8 million (FY 2019), respectively.
The Company also expects earnings per share (“EPS”) for the fourth quarter to be in the range of $0.10 - $0.12, and for the fiscal year ending 2020 of between $0.22 - $0.24 , as compared to a loss of $0.04 (Q4 2019) and a loss of $0.07 (FY2019), respectively."

Quarter over quarter numbers ie Q3 vs Q4 are reduced but YoY quarters and FY are vastly improved. I know their quarterly numbers can be lumpy (based on contracts completed) but the FY growth is impressive.
Would you continue to just watch this for now and see if they can expand their customer count and thus also expand their backlog? Or take a 1/3 initial position?
(Motley Fool did a piece indicating any (quarterly) reduced revenues could spark a sell off).

Cheers,
Steve

Read Answer Asked by Stephen on January 13, 2021