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Pacific Ethanol Inc PEIX

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Refining & Marketing

Pacific Ethanol Inc is engaged in producing and marketing low-carbon renewable fuels in the Western United States. It also sells ethanol co-products, including wet distillers grain, a nutritious animal feed, and corn oil.
Price: $4.12 | Change: $-0.185 | %Change: -4.30%
Volume: 469,222 | Day High/Low: 4.320/4.045 | 52 Week High/Low: 13.70/3.74
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I'm buying, fantastic margins right now

PEIX and the other ethanol producers haven't seen these kinds of crush margins since this spring. They are making tons of money, yet the share price collapses because everyone believes that more
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RE:Talk about beating

The price of ethanol has rebounded and the corn crop looks like it's gonna be very good. So yeah, I think this is a good entry point. I wouldn't be surprised to see the stock come back more
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Talk about beating

Hey guys. This stock has been taking a beating lately. I wonder if this is a good entry point right now.  rate and reply
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Need help(what type of connector do I Need install on my car

I'm glad that I've found such great forum. Guys, I hope that you can help me... In order to save some money on fuel, I'm planing to install the ethanol e85 kit on my 2004 Dodge Ram more
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PEIX grossly undervalued compared to peers

PEIX has been doing great lately, but it's still much undervalued compared to peers. Both Green Plains Inc (GPRE) and REX American Resources (REX) are trading at much higher multiples at more
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Next generation ethanol company - Taurus Energy in Sweden

If your looking for a company thats on the edge to the big "break through" this summer and fall you might want to read some about this company, Taurus Energy AB listed on the more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

Thanks nhaider,  foryour post regarding PEIX. I agree with your cautious approach to investing in this company. I am already invested and will wait our the Q2 results. I find myself in more
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RE:RE:RE:Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

@jk1550 PEIX has gotten themselves into a very complicated accounting position. I was put off from opening a position as I didnt know how the market will react to this huge accounting charge, more
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RE:RE:RE:Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

Exercising of warrants are never a good thing for shareholders for two reasons: 1) it creates dilution and 2) usually an expense hit to the income statement. Now that the share price has more
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RE:RE:Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

Excellent heads up. What do you think would happen in Q2 in regards to the exercise of warrants and how would that affect the income statement?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Got in at $15.99/share

1st quarter earnings should be good and adequate margins still exist with spread of corn less processing versus ethanol sales price. Dilution of stock minimal with recent offering raising more
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RE:Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

I am also getting a ridiculous number for the current quarter based on my basic understanding: ~5 mil warrants outstanding x ($7current fair value - $0.5 fair value at Dec 31) = $32.5 million charge ! more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Got in at $15.99/share

Bobwins wrote: I am expecting PEIX to rise to the $25-30 range after Q1.  After that, there are so many variables moving that I hesitate to guess.  If I were mgmt, I would stuff as much more
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Fair Value Adjustments - Warrants

Who can explain what this is? I'm Canadian and I think I understand, but it seems to be too ridiculous to be true so I'm hoping I have it wrong!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Destillers Grains Reach Record Premium Over Corn

Relationship is a little less than 1/3 on average, DDGS is 90 percent DM while WDGS is 35 percent DM. MWDG generally has a DM content of 50 percent. Thus, the as is DDGS price of $198.20 per more
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RE:Destillers Grains Reach Record Premium Over Corn

China is such a big consumer of everything, they can distort markets by themselves.   In relation to PEIX, this doesn't have a direct impact because PEIX doesn't create DDG from more
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Destillers Grains Reach Record Premium Over Corn

DDG Reaches Record Premium Over Corn Higher prices of soybean meal and low Chinese import levies have pushed prices of dried distillers grains to record high values compared to corn, according to more
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All In

I forgot to mention that I bought some more out of the money PEIX options this morning.  I used the last of my cash to buy some 5/14 $20 strike options for .70.  Should be quite more
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RE:RE:RE:Got in at $15.99/share

I am expecting PEIX to rise to the $25-30 range after Q1.  After that, there are so many variables moving that I hesitate to guess.  If I were mgmt, I would stuff as much of the more
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RE:RE:Got in at $15.99/share

Thanks for your input Bobwins. There sure is crazy volatily right now and I guess that is to be expected. Yes I think the next quater for PEIX should be a good one. Also with Madera coming online more

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