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    Shannon
    Takes about a year to get a full return on investment on one of these devices. After that its all savings, 10% a year on fuel savings is HUGE for companies that have large fleets. Probably will keep alot of companies afloat in the upcoming recession. Throw in reduced engine maintenance costs (less deposits in a cleaner burning engine) and carbon credits, this stock is a no brainer .... Global warming is taking center stage after covid. This stock is about to roar and will continue to do so for the next 10 years!
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    Bulls to Beans
    dynaCERT is a Canadian company that manufactures, distributes, and installs its Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines globally.
    dynaCERT is a Canadian company that manufactures, distributes, and installs its Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with diesel engines globally.
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    raed
    This is a very unusual uptrend with high volume in the last two hours for Friday.
    Does anybody else thinks so?
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    raed
    Along time ago I was told if you want to test the worthiness and strength of a stock, simply test it in a crash.
    Get in now before it’s too late.
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    Jesse
    Information and my takeaways from the interview today :

    -Woodstock will be evaluating the HydraGEN technology on one of their city bus and garbage truck. Data will be monitored and there will be an order upsize if the results are positive. I think I mentioned it earlier on this trend, but I’m not expecting sales to be crazy off the gate. It’s little contracts like this one that really matter right now, because of the domino effect it has down the road. They are easily finding early adopters which is the most critical stage of this company, as those customers are the ones that will be proving the worth of the product when they put larger orders down the road. The company can brag all they want about their product, the truth is that its those early adopters that will make the difference. Every small contract, even a 2 units contract, is massive at this stage because of that.

    -Reduced maintenance downtime is also a key point for adopters, on top of the fuel savings and carbon emissions reduction. “The downtime reduction pays for the unit in itself”.

    -Work with the Austrian government ongoing.

    -CEO is personally exploring opportunity for passenger vehicles. He is testing it on his Ford diesel pickup. It reduced from 12,5L to 9,5L per 100km, nearly 25% in fuel savings. It is not the focus for now but if there is opportunity, they will explore it further in the future.

    -Electric trucks are not going to replace diesel truck in the near future. The charging downtime makes it inefficient and very costly.

    -Jim expect a lot of news flow in the upcoming months

    -When asked if they expect to sell their product for the city of Toronto, Jim said he is not allowed to talk about it. Something is brewing here, I like it a lot *rumor machine noises*

    I am confident this can be a 10x plus investment within 2 years. Good luck to all.
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    Naveed
    ok so I'm looking into the company and it seems like a stop gap technology that's the middle ground between biofuel and electric vehicle.

    if electrification is the future then how does this company plan to contribute to it? otherwise aren't they setup to succeed short-term and fail long term?

    thoughts?
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    K
    dynaCERT during COVID-19: 680 News Coverage with President & CEO of dynaCERT Jim Payne
    www.youtube.com
  • S
    Sean
    Carbon Credit approval will be a game changer.
  • S
    Shannon
    My own thoughts.... they have a 4000 unit backorder which equals 40 mil in revenue. Woodstock bought 2 units for $20000, which is the basis for my thesis. As this gains traction i can see yearly orders skyrocketing worldwide.... transport trucks, buses, mining equipment, farm equipment, large ships, and maybe some day family cars and trucks. Gotta think the giant units (for mining equipment, mega ships etc) are gonna cost a heck of a lot more then $10000 a pop. Is it inconceivable to see them selling 100000+ units a year? (Exponentially more units sold if they come out with a cheap version for regular cars and trucks, either thru deals with auto manufacturers to build into new cars or the consumers installing it aftermarket.) Anyways 100000 units sold per year would put revenue at 1 billion. Add revenues from carbon credits (i dont really understand carbon credits, can some kind soul explain how carbon credit works please?) . Then also add the SaaS revenue from the real time monitoring computer that fleet operators can install into their trucks, ships etc. (I believe this is a monthly fee Dynacert collects on.) But if we just use 1Billion in unit sales revenue only, to extrapolate... i dont think its a stretch to for-see a 10Billion market cap. Divide this by 359.89mil shares outstanding, would put SP at $27.78. This is a 41.5x pop from current Canadian SP of $0.67. Am i crazy in thinking this can happen within 5 years? Thoughts?
    Anyways here is an interesting article on Dynacerts initial efforts to penetrate the farming market. Some VERY impressive statistics are mentioned.....
    Stay strong n long 💪

    https://www.producer.com/2020/09/hydrogen-and-oxygen-equal-cleaner-burn/
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    Mitchell
    Once this takes off Im sending a nice basket of goods to the mayor of Woodstocks house. Hes been a great embassador for a dynaCERT! Hope to hear of more continued partnerships in the future!
  • J
    Jacob
    been in the red ever since buying. Gonna add more to average down.
  • K
    K
    Another interview coming tomorrow or Thursday once I have the link all send it. This one is going to be a very big winner Iam in at 500k shares now and would by more if if had last weeks prices but I think we are seeing the new bottom today. Fortune 500 company in near time 3 to 5 years anyone in today will be rewarded very kindly GL all hang tight and buckle up because this is Gona be a hellava ride 👍
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    Suleman
    this couple weeks it will blows up
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    Alessandro
    As long as they continue pumping out 100 units a business day, they will do just fine.
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    Jesse
    “Accumulated fuel savings, DPF and DEF savings equate to a ROI of about 8-12 months, or roughly 200,000-250,000 miles, at 6% fuel savings.” This is what blows my mind. It is such a no brainer for any fleet operator, all DynaCERT has to do get the carbon credit accreditation and get their name out their. It’s a matter of time before our investment goes 10x. Marketing will be key, and as of now they are lining up partnerships with big names all over the globe. Extremely excited about this one, one of my best holdings.
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    A
    Worldwide 🌎 patent product, huge massive carbon credit cash 💰 opportunity...
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    Georgi
    The reason why Mercedes- Benz USA will pay $1.5 billion settlement for cheating with their diesel vehicles and not using great options like DYA: https://on.mktw.net/3iAHV8Q Check out this article from MarketWatch - Daimler AG agrees to pay $1.5 billion settlement in emissions cheating probe
    Automaker Daimler AG and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA have agreed to pay $1.5 billion to the U.S. government and California state regulators to resolve...
    Automaker Daimler AG and subsidiary Mercedes-Benz USA have agreed to pay $1.5 billion to the U.S. government and California state regulators to resolve...
    on.mktw.net
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    raed
    Their is no better time to get in this stock than now.
    I’ve been watching this stock for a year. They fixed all their issues since 2017, their packing on the agreements for the rest of 2020 to 2021.

    It’s a great price to get in at 0.66. It’s meeting a lot of resistance point their.
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    Bulls to Beans
    We need some news from these guys. Even if it's production updates....Just give us SOMETHING
  • K
    K
    good things coming no rush its coming