Westport Fuel Systems, Inc. (WPRT)

3.94
0.21 5.63
NASDAQ
Prev Close 3.73
Open 3.61
Day Low/High 3.56 / 4.09
52 Wk Low/High 0.70 / 4.04
Volume 4.32M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 137.19B
Market Cap 503.48M
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
The Maddening Misuse of Nat Gas

The Maddening Misuse of Nat Gas

Will someone, anyone, in Washington please step up and make the conversion to natural gas a priority?

Lower Gasoline Prices Are Within Our Reach

Lower Gasoline Prices Are Within Our Reach

We have natural gas and we have natural-gas engines. All we need is the will.

Don't Go Natural

Given the minimal savings, the numbers involved in converting vehicles for natural gas use don't add up.

The Market Takes Trouble in Stride

The Market Takes Trouble in Stride

Investors shrug off some poor reports and bid up stocks across all sectors.

The Rapid Natural Gas Collapse

The Rapid Natural Gas Collapse

Unless you see a shift in price for the fuel these trends will be reinforced.

A Little Bearish Action Would Be Nice

A Little Bearish Action Would Be Nice

While I'm taking some shots on the long side, a bigger corrective move would be constructive.

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, January 24

3 Stocks I Saw on TV, January 24

Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include Westport Innovations, Apple, and J.C. Penney.

Westport's Sentimental Journey Continues

Westport's Sentimental Journey Continues

I'm sticking with WPRT, but admit that I will be much more sensitive to protect my profits.

Looking for Entries

Looking for Entries

We are seeing classic 'out of position' action this morning and conditions are good for it to continue.

Early Momentum Fizzles Again

Early Momentum Fizzles Again

The market's lack of leadership is frustrating traders who seek some year-end action.

An Energized Forecast

An Energized Forecast

XOM has released a report showing growing global demand for energy through 2040.

This NATGAS Act Won't Pass

Overly green thinking in the White House, plus dirty fuel money in Congress will stop this bill.

Fitz Bits: EXCO Goes Sideways

Fitz Bits: EXCO Goes Sideways

If this support level holds up, buy on the dips.

The Natural Gas Option

The private sector is building more Natural Gas Vehicles as the U.S. contemplates being less dependent on oil.