New Hot Alert – Our newest report is GBEN…Put GBEN on your radar watchlist immediately!
Good morning Soldiers!
The opening bell just rang and you have little time to read this until you run to the computer and fire up the radar.
GBEN is our newest MAJOR report….and now is the time to put this one on your watch list.
The best part of alerting on a Thursday is the MAJOR gets time to analyze and assess the situation at hand over the first three days of the week.
Yes, GBEN has traded as much as 2x its current level this past Monday…..so think of today as the big sale before the weekend.
On Wednesday, GBEN closed at 28 cents. Today my report is like receiving a groupon because GBEN may have upside potential over the next few weeks.
On of the best times to get cozy with a company like GBEN is at a bottom level.
Why are investors and traders scooping up shares of GBEN?
GBEN is a development stage clean technology company interested in the development and commercialization prospects of new andinnovative technologies aimed at creating a safer and cleaner environment whileimproving the health of the domestic economy. Sustainable growth is thecornerstone of the Company’s mandate and vision and Management embraces theconvergence of environmental solutions and economic viability as a yardstick for stakeholder success.
GBEN recently entered into an agreement with a license holder of a significant technology that shows extraordinary promise under laboratory conditions. The MyCroft® fuel cell is a ‘recirculating loop electric generator’ (R-LEG) which utilizes the motion of hydrogen within a sealed loop to create electricity that appears scalable to a wide number of commercial applications..
GBEN plans to optimize the management and development of the MyCroft® technology through a number of funding scenarios in a controlled and responsible manner in order to best capitalize on what, if successful,could be a truly disruptive technology able to significantly alter the current state of the industry and to bring alternative fuel cell technologies rapidly into the forefront of the burgeoning alternative energy sector.
GBEN is expanding in an industry which is winning favorwith the Department of Energy. The DOESecretary Steven Chu recently announced that he is adopting a more positive outlook on hydrogen fuel and its associated technologies. The Department of Energy has taken to supporting some hydrogen-based projects over the past two years as the Obama administration is calling fuel cells part of the solution for improving automobile efficiency gave boosters some optimism the U.S. will help create a market for the technology.
Sounds fascinating – tell me more!
GBEN announced that under its executed agreement with the Licensor of the MyCroft technology, a demonstration MyCroft fuel cell should be available for potential sublicensing validation and testing within approximately 120 days subject to the completion of customary commercial provisions related to the closing of the License. Potential sub-licensees will be able to validate the MyCroft technology and determine its suitability as a power source for their particular needs.
GBEN believes MyCroft has the potential to revolutionize the fuel cell sector through the advanced development of its innovative closed loop hydrogen technology which offers electrical generation solutions for a wide variety of uses. The Company further anticipates the ability to schedule qualified equipment and service vendors with an opportunity to view a system capability demonstration. Subsequently, the Company intends to work with potential vendors, sub-licensees and potential customers to design, engineer and develop suitable MyCroft solutions specific to their particular application demands.
GBEN’s technology is hitting at the perfect time as the outlook for fuel cells has continued to improve in the last few years. Fuel cells are selling without subsidies in many markets and more than 700,000 fuel cells were sold cumulatively between 2005 and 2011. Portable, stationary and transport applications are all exhibiting growth.
By 2015, conservative estimates see upwards of 25,000 units sold per year in each of the stationary and transport sectors, with clear potential for significant growth beyond this.
GBEN is sporting a super low market cap of $18.5MM. This is a brand new issue and will take time to grow. Closest Competitor FCEL is a trading at a $205MM valuation. So with GBEN trading at a fraction of the capitalization, with newer technology, it does not take a certified analyst to see value in investing at these levels.
The ten key trends for 2012:
The residential combined heat and power (resCHP) market will gather momentum
Rhetoric and reality will diverge in the hydrogen energy storage market
Flight to third-party countries for manufacturing will increase
Hype will be followed by disappointment in the portable fuel cell sector
Interest in FCEVs will reemerge as the limitations of BEVs are realized
Buyouts and corporate investments in both fuel cells and hydrogen will continue
Remote sensing will be the 2012 breakout fuel cell market
Renewables, storage, and fuel cells will converge in the off-grid power market
IPP and ESCO tie-ups with utilities will increase
Fuel cell and hydrogen industries will generate $785MM in revenue during 2012
From: Pike Research “The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Industries: Ten Trends to Watch in 2012 and Beyond”
Opportunity: Fun Facts about Fuel Cell Market
According to published reports, 2010 saw total shipments of fuel cells grow by 40%, reaching a new high of almost 230,000 units. Portable fuel cells accounted for 95% of this total and over 97% of fuel cells sold worldwide in 2010 used traditional technologies such as PEMFC. ‘Fuel Cell Today’ has published figures dating back to 2007, and significant growth can be seen year-on-year, including a twenty-fold increase since that date.
According to a 2012 Pike Research report, “The fuel cell industry is in a very interesting period.It is (slowly) transitioning away from being primarily an R&D-basedindustry to becoming a commercial industry. As part of this transition, normal industry consolidation is already being seen, with a number of companies going out of business or selling off intellectual property (IP).” Set against this backdrop, Global Resources views the introduction of a potentially disruptive technology within a fragmented industry sector as a prime opportunity to consolidate a significant market share within a reasonably short timeline.
Fuel cell technology offers clean, efficient, reliable power generation to almost any device requiring electrical power. It competes to replace a range of power supplies in many portable, stationary and transport applications, from battery chargers to home heating and power to cars.
Arguably, fuel cells represent the most versatile energy solution ever invented. Over the last five years there has been a twenty-fold increase in shipments of fuel cells with year-on-year growth in both units and megawatts shipped. In 2010, total shipments of fuel cells grew by 40% compared with the previous year, approaching a new high of 230,000 units. Portable fuel cells accounted for 95% of this total but there was substantial growth in other sectors. Over 97% of fuel cells sold worldwide in 2010 used proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) technology, and most were hydrogen-fueled. Europe has been the leading region of adoption for fuel cells since 2009, followed by North America and Asia (including Japan), with all four regions (including the Rest of the World) seeing substantial increases in shipments over that time.
Fuel Cell Applications
Generally categorized into three broad areas, defined as follows:
Portable fuel cells encompass those designed to be moved including APU;
Stationary power fuel cells are units designed to provide power to a fixed location; Transport fuel cells provide either primary propulsion or range-extending capability for vehicles.
Several Reasons to Consider GBEN right now
GBEN chart is showing that shares are being accumulated as the investing world slowly finds out about the latest addition to a growing niche. The fuel cell market will be around for years to come and there’s plenty of opportunities for newcomers to take a piece of the pie.
GBEN is trading at market cap much smaller than their closest competitors. With product demonstrations beginning shortly, it’s conceivable a contract or contracts may follow as the technology is validated.
GBEN technical analysis shows a true base has formed, which provides a tier of support. As the news flows and gets disseminated and awareness is created, new investors will be coming to the table trying to get in at the bottom. You can be there first. Let your money work for you!
I will check back with any news.
Happy trading and have a profitable day on Monday!