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C3is Inc

C3is Inc (CISSV)

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CISSV Discussion

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tigerpac tigerpac 15 hours ago
They need their present cash to make the $39 million payment to IMPP in July. Not enough money left over for a buyback at this time.
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stockchaser64 stockchaser64 23 hours ago
CISS we are hearing may announce sometime this week of a major buyback stock plan . putting this stock on huge watch later this week
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tigerpac tigerpac 2 weeks ago
I think traders are losing interest in this ticker. Sub 1.40’s on the horizon imo.
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tigerpac tigerpac 2 weeks ago
Think one needs to wait until after they pay IMPP $39 million balance for Aframax tanker (in July) to see if they will plan on raising more cash thru private offerings.
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WizardAfterDark WizardAfterDark 2 weeks ago
Just starting seeing this begin to trend a bit in my Stocktwits feed. People seem to be hyping up because of strong revenue numbers and institutional buying. Anyone else here still in long or in to make quick profit from it if it does, as new investors are assuming, skyrocket?
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 3 weeks ago
It's just a matter of time before we head up over the 50 sma and stay above it.

$CISS



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Smilin_B Smilin_B 3 weeks ago
We hit $1.97 or so in the pre market then crashed to $1.66 during the session prior to trading in the $1.80s

Chart setting up for a nice trend reversal.

Too many positives to post here and too difficult to post annotated charts using Ihub's mobile app. They need to get with the program
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 3 weeks ago

This needs to be known by those who still believe that this company will dilute their shares, please look at these charts and filings. Fintel reported that before May, barely any institutions owned this stock, but during May the institutional ownership shot up by 16x and reaching 1.6 million shares which is 27.8% of all shares. These shares are also all longs which means they are in it for a profit.

https://fintel.io/so/us/ciss

Now if you thought that was impressive, check the SEC Edgar database under the SC 13G and SC 13D. In May alone, insiders also bought up over 3.3 million shares which is just over 48% of all shares.

https://www.sec.gov/edgar/browse/?CIK=1951067&owner=exclude

Now why would they dilute it any further and reduce the value of their own shares? I seriously do not understand the argument. They had a great earnings report and are confident in their own stock. Any dilution that may have happened was to purchase a new boat and bring in more profit.

People also bring up IMPP being a sister company because their CEO is involved in CISS but even IMPP has been rising steadily in market cap and price now despite not even having much institutional ownership. I believe most new companies go negative in the beginning and start rapidly increasing in value and profit after the initial funding. CISS should be following the same route and will hopefully regain the market cap and prices it once had.


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tavito tavito 3 weeks ago
Thanks for doing so
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tigerpac tigerpac 4 weeks ago
And naturally it closes towards the lows of the day.
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tigerpac tigerpac 4 weeks ago
The X posts are useless because it seems to be mostly bots . Same with Discord.

Chart looks good with higher highs and higher lows. Would like to see it close at HOD for run to continue imo.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
I added 5k@ $1.78 to the lots I own at $1.28 and $1.53

I'm seeing the bigger picture here... The macro view of what's coming over the very short term

$3+ minimum

Volume today is through the roof.

Unfortunately I don't even know why I'm posting here because there's nobody here..
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
I think I'm going to average up on my position if this goes any lower than $1.80 today

It's amazing that I am the only one posting when elsewhere there are thousands of posts

The volume of posts on Ihub have really taken a hit

Sad
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
Looks like we hit $2.20 in the pre market and have been bouncing from the $1.80s to the mid $1.90s on volume of 15.45 million shares thus far at 12:25pm est

I don't believe shorts have taken notice yet.

That won't happen until around $2.50 - $3.00 level as they are a very stubborn and greedy lot.

Looks like we make a push to that end in the earlier part of next week.

Good luck traders
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
I believe we hit $1.91 in after hours prior to profit taking ensuing, driving the shares back down into the low $1.70's

Resistance is clearly $1.94'ish and I'm sure shorts will try to scare the bulls by putting up large orders on the offer at $2

Bulls will simply have to lift those offers and I'd imagine once that level is breached, shorts aren't really going to be scrambling to cover. There will be a grind back and forth probably approaching resistance at $2.30 and then perhaps a sell-off right back down to the $2 level prior to several days grinding sideways before another retest of $2.30 occurs. What is quite perplexing to me is that this stock should have gapped up and ran hard when earnings were announced pre-market. I sat in on the conference call which was around 11:00 a.m. I believe. It was absolutely amazing. I won't get into the particulars but I did post the transcripts of the call here. A replay is available on the corporate website. I would love to post a chart here that I annotated but it's just too much of a pain in the ass to post charts via the mobile app. It's almost impossible. You have to launch a separate web browser then login on a web browser then go to the gallery and then upload the picture and then copy and paste the code and then come back to the app and paste it here. I have no idea why this website is so antiquated for something so simple. In any event, I think it's going to take most likely several more sessions to breach the $2 level and this will most likely occur by Tuesday and perhaps a test of $2.30 by Wednesday. Not really anticipating the company dropping any news as they just laid it all out there on their q1 earnings report.

By every single metric, this stock is grossly oversold. We have plenty of cash to pay for the afromax tanker in July and we have a solid year to pay for the most recent acquisition, meanwhile we will most likely be pulling in nearly double the $5.6 million we pulled in, in Q4 alone. Can't believe we are still trading sub $2 with a market cap below $9.7 million dollars, a micro float, short interest over 45% and climbing, the reality that the majority of these warrants have already been converted and exercised based upon the average daily volume weave seen over the past several weeks. There simply is nothing holding the stock back other than naked shorts that are so stupid to beholding their positions for such a long time. We are definitely going to have a bull run on the stock and naked short covering is just going to fuel the fire. I could see us gapping up and running clear to over $3 per share on the day that happens.

Rest easy this weekend bulls. The tide has indeed turned...
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dragon_warrior dragon_warrior 4 weeks ago
Is the short squeeze finally starting?
If we open over $2 tomorrow shorts will feel the pain
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
May 2025 is a solid year away and with did the addition of the new tanker, their quarterly revenues could potentially double to over $12M/qtr

We still have a market cap of less than $9.8 million dollars, trading sub $1.70/share.

By every metric anyone can throw at it, the shares themselves are extremely undervalued and with the short interest as elevated as it is, it's not going to take much but it break through the $2 - $2.50 level to cause some much needed squeezing.

I wish there was an easier way to post charts here instead of going through the antiquated system. This website needs to get with the times and be more like the twits site to make it easier to do so, especially through the mobile app.
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tigerpac tigerpac 4 weeks ago
I think the market’s concern is that after the $39 million payment for the Aframax in July, that will leave the company with probably less than $8 million (accounting for cash flow Apr-Jul) and it will be repeat, rinse, repeat in raising cash for the May 2025 payoff of the newly acquired ship thru another public offering.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
We believe that our capital structure comprising of no bank debt and a strong cash balance, currently at over $40 million, will further enhance our Company’s ability to fund selective vessel acquisitions following payments of the remaining purchase prices for our Aframax tanker and our handysize dry bulk carrier.
We also aim at diversifying our fleet so as to have more impact on long-term profits via re-weighting of exposure to different segments, thus allowing stronger segments to bolster weaker ones, and smoothing returns over time.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
I sold slightly higher than $1.80 in the pre-market session, before most trader brokerage accounts allow them to trade. My account allows me to trade from 4:00 a.m. while most brokerage accounts make you wait until 7:00 a.m. . In any event, I sold a partial position because I was not certain if we were going to Gap and run after earnings were announced. So I added the same amount of shares that I sold much higher, back in at $1.55 and $1.56. I listened to the earnings conference call and it was pretty amazing. Unfortunately there was no question and answer segment for whatever reason and I'm not sure if they're is any institutional coverage or interest at this time. I definitely was not expecting the share price to actually sell off down to the low $1.50s due to the elevated short interest but these shorts are extremely resilient. Insider purchases were filed a week or so ago to the tune of about 650,000 shares, indicating that insiders feel the share price simply drifted far too low.

Q1 earnings were stellar yet I have no plausible reason for why the shares or not reacting positively. I'm just going to assume that retail investors got a bit of ahead of themselves in purchasing in the $1.60s- $1.70s last week and even higher in the free market session this morning and they most likely stopped out out of pure frustration.

Their loss is my gain. As Q1 earnings news gets digested and disseminated over the course of the next several days, perhaps they will be renewed interest in the shares moving forward.

So yes, this will be another swing trade for me.

I'm in the middle of a couple of other trades so difficult to break down the numbers but I'm sure the post above should answer anyone's questions
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
C3is Inc. reports Revenue of $12.8 million, Net Income of $3.8 million, and financial and operating results for the quarter ended March 31, 2024

May 28, 2024 09:20 ET| Source: C3is Inc.Follow

ATHENS, Greece, May 28, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- C3is Inc. (Nasdaq: CISS) (the “Company”), a ship-owning company providing drybulk seaborne transportation services, and from the third quarter of 2023, tanker transportation services, announced today its unaudited financial and operating results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024.

OPERATIONAL AND FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

Our handysize dry bulk carriers are on time charters of short term durations, producing steady cash flows, while our Aframax tanker operates in the spot market where voyage charter rates for Aframax tankers are in excess of $40,000 per day.

All our handysize dry bulk carriers, and our Aframax tanker are unencumbered.

Fleet operational utilization of 93.4% for the three months ended March 31, 2024, as our vessels that operated under time charter employment had few commercial idle days.

Revenues of $12.8 million for the three months ended March 31, 2024, corresponding to a daily TCE1  of $36,480.

129% increase in daily TCE for the three months ended March 31, 2024, as compared to the three months ended March 31, 2023.

Our Company generated a Net Income of $3.8 million for the three months ended March 31, 2024.

404% increase in Net Income for the three months ended March 31, 2024, as compared to the three months ended March 31, 2023.

Our Company generated an EBITDA2 of $5.7 million for the three months ended March 31, 2024.

302% increase in EBITDA for the three months ended March 31, 2024, as compared to the three months ended March 31, 2023.

19% increase in Total Assets as of March 31, 2024 compared to December 31, 2023.

Basic and Diluted EPS for the first quarter of 2024 was $1.11.

Our Basic and Diluted EPS for the quarter annualized and compared to our current share price represent a price to earnings ratio of approximately 0.36.

During the first quarter of 2024, we concluded two follow-on equity offerings, generating aggregate net proceeds of $11.4 million which increased our cash balance, including time deposits, to $34.9 million.

In April 2024, our Company effected a reverse stock split of 1 for 100 of its common shares, aimed at meeting the minimum bid price requirement for maintaining listing on Nasdaq Capital Market, thus all share amounts have been retrospectively restated.

In April 2024, our Company announced an agreement to acquire a 2012-built Japanese handysize drybulk carrier from an affiliated company. Following this vessel acquisition and the delivery of the 33,664 DWT handysize drybulk carrier to our Company in May 2024, the total fleet capacity increased to 213,468 dwt. 10% of the purchase price was paid on delivery, with the remaining 90% due in April 2025.

First Quarter 2024 Results:

Voyage revenues for the three months ended March 31, 2024 amounted to $12.8 million, an increase of $9.6 million compared to revenues of $3.2 million for the three months ended March 31, 2023, primarily due to the revenues generated by our Aframax tanker acquired in July 2023. Total calendar days for our fleet were 273 and 180 days for the three months ended March 31, 2024 and 2023 respectively. Of the total calendar days in the first quarters of 2024 and 2023, 164, or 60.1% and 163 or 90.6%, were time charter days. Our fleet operational utilization was 93.4% and 90.6% for the three months ended March 31, 2024 and 2023.

Voyage expenses and vessels’ operating expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2024 were $2.8 million and $1.8 million respectively, compared to $0.3 million and $1.0 million respectively, for the three months ended March 31, 2023. The increases in both voyage expenses and vessels’ operating expenses are attributed to the increase in the average number of our vessels following the acquisition of our Aframax tanker in July 2023 which operates in the spot market. Voyage expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2024 and 2023 included bunkers cost of $1.8 million and $0.1 million, corresponding to 64.3% and 33.3% of total voyage expenses. Operating expenses for the three months ended March 31, 2024 and 2023 mainly included crew expenses of $0.9 million and $0.6 million, corresponding to 50.0% and 60.0% of total vessel operating expenses, spares and consumables costs of $0.4 million and $0.3 million, corresponding to 22.2% and 30.0% of total vessel operating expenses, and maintenance expenses of $0.2 million and $0.1 million, representing works and repairs on the vessels, corresponding to 11.1% and 10.0%, of total vessel operating expenses.              

Depreciation for the three months ended March 31, 2024 was $1.4 million, a $0.7 million increase from $0.7 million for the same period of last year, due to the increase in the average number of our vessels.

Management fees for the three months ended March 31, 2024 were $0.12 million, a $0.04 million increase from $0.08 million for the same period of last year, due to the increase in the average number of our vessels.

General and Administrative costs for the three months ended March 31, 2024 were $1.5 million and mainly related to expenses incurred relating to the two public offerings and the reverse stock split and expenses incurred as a result of operating as a separate public company. General and Administrative costs for the three months ended March 31, 2023 were $0.2 million.

Interest and finance costs for the three months ended March 31, 2024 were $0.8 million and mainly related to the accrued interest expense – related party as of March 31, 2024 in connection with the $38.7 million which is part of the acquisition price of our Aframax tanker Afrapearl II that is payable by July 2024.

Unrealized loss on warrants for the three months ended March 31, 2024 was $0.6 million and related to net fair value losses of our Class B-1 and B-2 Warrants and Class C-1 and C-2 warrants which were issued during the first quarter of 2024 in connection with the two public offerings and have been classified as liabilities.

As a result of the above, for the three months ended March 31, 2024, the Company reported a net income of $3.8 million.

EBITDA for the three months ended March 31, 2024 amounted to $5.7 million.

An average of 3.00 vessels were owned by the Company during the three months ended March 31, 2024.

CEO Dr. Diamantis Andriotis commented:

2024 started with an affluence of vigorous activities for C3is Inc. that will enable us to take advantage of acquisition opportunities as they arise.
Our remarkable financial results during the first quarter of 2024 highlight our ability to capitalize on the solid freight rate environment. Indicatively, we managed to achieve a fleetwide time charter equivalent rate of $36,480 per day. As a result, we reported an EBITDA of $5.7 million and a Net Income of $3.8 million, representing increases of 302% and 404% compared to the equivalent period of 2023.
During the first quarter of the year, our cash balance increased by 286% since 2023-year end levels. Our strong cash flow generation from our profitable vessel operations as well as the completion of two follow-on equity offerings, generating aggregate net proceeds of $11.4 million, enabled our Company to further expand its fleet.
Specifically, in May, we took delivery of our recently acquired 2012 Japanese built dry bulk carrier, the Eco Spitfire. Following our latest fleet addition, our total fleet capacity has increased by 234% since the Company’s inception less than a year ago.
Looking ahead, we believe that earnings momentum will remain generally favorable, prompting our continued focus on our fleet growth strategy.
We believe that our capital structure comprising of no bank debt and a strong cash balance, currently at over $40 million, will further enhance our Company’s ability to fund selective vessel acquisitions following payments of the remaining purchase prices for our Aframax tanker and our handysize dry bulk carrier.
We also aim at diversifying our fleet so as to have more impact on long-term profits via re-weighting of exposure to different segments, thus allowing stronger segments to bolster weaker ones, and smoothing returns over time.

Conference Call details:

On May 28, 2024, at 11:00 am ET, the company’s management will host a conference call to present the results and the company’s operations and outlook.

Slides and audio webcast:

There will also be a live and then archived webcast of the conference call, through C3is Inc. website (www.c3is.pro). Participants to the live webcast should register on the website approximately 10 minutes prior to the start of the webcast.
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tigerpac tigerpac 4 weeks ago
Good trade as I know you were buying in $1.25-1.45 area and likely sold above $1.80.

But I’m not even sure if you truly believe the stock can get past 2 if you were selling before that level?

“Got back in” means to me that you had “got out”.

I don’t believe in the Greek shipper way of conducting business. But I’m not trader so how they conduct business is really not any concern to you, you are just looking for volatility in the stock.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
Back in CISS $1.55 and $1.56 as RSI is near 20

Earnings CC was good

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Smilin_B Smilin_B 4 weeks ago
$CISS hit $1.92 in the 4am pre market session and is presently $1.84

I'm expecting one hell of a breakout here for all the reasons previously stated

Let's see this and $IMPP squeeze up today
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Monksdream Monksdream 4 weeks ago
CISS 10Q expected 5/28
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
C3is Inc. announces the date for the release of the first quarter 2024 financial and operating results

05/23/24 8:00 AM

ATHENS, Greece, May 23, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- C3is Inc. (Nasdaq: CISS) (the “Company”), a ship-owning company providing seaborne transportation services, announced today that it will release its first quarter financial results for the period ended March 31, 2024 before the market opens in New York on May 28th, 2024.

On May 28th, 2024, at 11:00 am ET, the company’s management will host a conference call to present the results and the company’s operations and outlook.

Slides and audio webcast:

There will also be a live and then archived webcast of the conference call, through the C3is Inc. website (www.c3is.pro).

Participants to the live webcast should register on the website approximately 10 minutes prior to the start of the webcast.

Please note that this will be a listen-only mode presentation.

ABOUT C3is Inc.

C3is Inc. is a ship-owning company providing seaborne transportation services to dry bulk and tanker charterers, including major national and private industrial users, commodity producers and traders.

As at the end of Q1 2024, the Company owned two Handysize dry bulk carriers and an Aframax oil tanker with a total capacity of 179,800 deadweight tons (dwt).

In April 2024, the Company entered into an agreement to acquire a bulk carrier, due to be delivered in Q2 2024. Following this latest acquisition, the total fleet capacity will be 213,464 dwt.

C3is Inc.’s shares of common stock are listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market and trade under the symbol “CISS”.

Company Contact:

Nina Pyndiah

Chief Financial Officer

C3is Inc.

00-30-210-6250-001

E-mail: info@c3is.pro 

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tigerpac tigerpac 1 month ago
I doubt if the tanker is worth as much as they paid for it and it’s a depreciable asset as well.

IMPP is likely the bigger winner on the transaction, although Harry is by far the biggest winner since he scalps from both sides of the transaction.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
Thank you for doing the math. If you are accurate then we would have a market cap of around $47 million dollars

I just wonder if our NAV will increase once the $38.7 million gets paid back to Imperial petroleum for the July 2023 purchase of that afromax tanker - or does the present NAV already take into account the ownership of that tanker even though it has yet to be full paid?



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tigerpac tigerpac 1 month ago
Actually, according to filings, if all the B and C warrants are converted, the OS share count will be about 28.5 million .
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
From April 16th through today, we traded a total of approximately 57.1 million shares representing approximately $75 million worth of stock exchanging hands
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
I guess the remaining balance of 38.7 million that's due in July 2024 will be addressed within the confines of our Q1 earnings report.

After 2 very dilutive capital raises in 2024 and a RS that destroyed what little shareholder value that was left, I'm hard-pressed to think that they are going to destroy the stock by issuing a 3rd capital raise to full pay the $38.7 million dollars - but stranger things have happened...

C3is could always obtain a conventional bank loan using it's NAV as collateral.

Obviously none of this has really been verified, confirmed or disseminated by the company as of yet.

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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
C3is needs a portion the $13 million in cash it has as we entered into an agreement to acquire the Bulk Carrier Eco Spitfire for $16.19 million from Brave Maritime, an affiliated company. Payment of 10% of the purchase price ($1.619 million dollars) will be effected within April 2024, with the remaining balance due by the 10th of April, 2025, at the latest.

Separate to that most recent purchase, the company performed its second offering on March 19th whereby it raised an additional $6 million in cash to bring its net cash balance to 13 million dollars. C3is intends to use the net proceeds from this offering for capital expenditures, including for payment towards the $38.7 million remaining purchase price for the Aframax tanker it acquired in July 2023.

So basically, and correct me if I'm wrong but we already know that $1.619 million is out the door but I'm unsure as to what the payment is towards the $38.7million for the 2023 Aframax tanker.

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dragon_warrior dragon_warrior 1 month ago
Here we go - can’t wait for tomorrow
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€LL-$G7$ €LL-$G7$ 1 month ago
Still warrants on this ticker.. seems they are dumping on every lil push
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tigerpac tigerpac 1 month ago
Hard to tell what the short position is in this stock but my guess as to who holds a majority of it is likely to be the same financiers who hold most of the warrants.

Some sort of arbitrage.
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dragon_warrior dragon_warrior 1 month ago
Shorts here don’t want to let go, squeeze coming here soon IMO
Lots of buzz around social media on this one
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tigerpac tigerpac 1 month ago
That cash is already spoken for….


Our liquidity needs, as of December 31, 2023, primarily relate to the funding of the remaining purchase price of $38.7 million for the Aframax tanker we agreed to acquire in July 2023 from a related party which is payable by July 14, 2024, expenses for operating our vessels, any vessel improvements that may be required and general and administrative expenses.

As of December 31, 2023, we had no outstanding bank debt and a financial liability of $37.1 million relating to the remaining purchase price for our Aframax tanker, which bears interest at an implicit rate of 8.1% per annum and is payable in July 2024 in the total amount of $38.7 million which is inclusive of interest. We may incur indebtedness in the future to finance the growth of our fleet. In April 2024, we agreed to acquire a third handysize drybulk carrier for a purchase price of $16.19 million, of which 10% was payable within April 2024 and the remainder of the purchase price is payable no later than April 10, 2025.

We expect to finance the $38.7 million remaining acquisition consideration for our Aframax tanker and the $14.57 million remaining acquisition consideration for the handysize drybulk carrier with cash on hand, cashflow from operations, possible equity offerings and the incurrence of senior secured bank debt, if needed, within the twelve-month period following the respective vessel’s delivery to the Company. We may also incur indebtedness secured by the two drybulk vessels in our initial fleet. In the event the debt and equity issuances are not sufficient, we may consider selling one of our unencumbered vessels.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 1 month ago
$CISS - according to our CFO, as of April 30th the OS was 5.87 million shares. Now of course that share count has probably been increased by approximately 4 million shares due to warrants exercising, but that is just my estimate.

Getting back to the meat...

At $1.26/sh = a market cap of $7.4 million dollars

CISS generated $5.6 million in earnings in the last quarter of 2023 alone

During Q1 of 2024 we had two equity offerings which produced $13 million in cash bringing our total cash balance to $35.6 million dollars

We have a net asset valuation (NAV) in excess of $50.4 million dollars

These are the reasons why I am long with a $1.28 average and have a price target north of $2/share

Q1 earnings will be out at the end of this month and I anticipate them to be in line or exceeding Q4 earnings
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tigerpac tigerpac 2 months ago

Based on 5,818,227 shares of common stock, par value $0.01 per share (the “Common Stock”), of C3is Inc. outstanding as reported in C3is Inc.’s Annual Report on Form 20-F filed with the SEC on April 30, 2024.

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Once the warrants are done converting the share count will be closer to 12-13 million imo.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 2 months ago
One of several email responses I have received from the CFO of $CISS while it gets obliterated post RS

I've been loading up in the $1.20s

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Smilin_B Smilin_B 2 months ago


Nina Pyndiah - CFO

3 email addresses to contact her

pyndiah@stealth.gr
pyndiah@brave.gr
Info@c3is.pro

If you wish to reach out to the CEO of the company, his contact information is as follows:

Andriotis Diamantis

dandriotis@stealth.gr
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al dean al dean 2 months ago
Schwab shows 1.95M shares. The RS article was 100:1 with 191 M shares at that time. Maybe there are other shares from somewhere, but float is way low. It makes sense that this is heavily shorted by naked. March shorts were 2 and 3 million. Report 4-15-24 shows 204,062 short interest. This is so low with dropping volume, that I'm staying. Under valued with few sellers left--as I see it GLTA
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tigerpac tigerpac 2 months ago
The published float may read 1.9 million shares but I think the actual float is around 6-10 million shares at this point.

Transfer agent has not updated shares since the split date.

Also spread is way too tight for there to be only 1.9 million shares and what you call a significant naked short position.

As far as who holds short positions , you can probably start with Aegis Capital who was involved in the underwriting of the recent stock offering.
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 2 months ago
Post RS, the public float resides at approximately 1.9 million shares.

Confirmed short interest resides at 77% of the float or 1.4 million shares

Then we have the digitally counterfeited naked short sales of stock that could be several times the number of shares in the float.

We have q1 earnings coming out in a couple of weeks that could be the potential catalyst to cause one hell of a parabolic short squeeze

I'm long with a $1.29 or so average, holding 16,000 shares

And this is precisely where it was trading in after hours as well
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Smilin_B Smilin_B 2 months ago
Things are about to heat up here.

I can't even begin to tell you all the due diligence I've been performing elsewhere. Naked open short interest is completely insane. This thing could squeeze up into the $2 range this week easily
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wickerman wickerman 2 months ago
Every pump ushers in more bagholders and a new ATL.
It's amazing how people still fall for these Greek SCAMS when it's such easy money shorting them.
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TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 months ago
show us your YTD, and maybe I will follow you

but I doubt it

I will follow and pay or follow anyone or service that helps me make money

I know one thing for sure, ive known you for years, I forgot your name but I do know I dont like the weak stocks you pump, they are usually dead, with anemic volume

you buy and post in hopes of others buying and getting somewhere

I used to do that in the OTC, where you had to pump stocks

Id rather pay a service or a group peanuts to get stock picks with mega volume and liquidity

half of your plays, I couldnt buy a 100k shares comfortably and sell them whenever I wanted

they are illiquid, and I am not the only one that knows this others have PM me

if you were so good at stock picks and alerts you would have many followers, but you have 275

moon has 100k+ and Zack has over 500k

and when they alert stocks they jump and they trade millions of dollars

if you think im wrong prove it

pick a unknown stock, then alert it wherever you want

I am willing to bet my car and my house nothing happens

maybe a few thousand dollars in volume

and mostly your buys

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stock1ace1 stock1ace1 2 months ago
Pay for a pump group ? Thats silly cmon how long have you been trading you need to pay for a pump group for your alerts after they front loaded them?

Sounds silly steve … but keep up the hard work ;) !
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TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 months ago
its a pump, doh

you surely leave out the bad when you pump...

and I dont remember making any money from your superb alerts

I surely wouldnt pay for them like I do

zacks $100/mth
moons $50/mth
stockace/$0mth


now calculate how much they make just off paid subs every month

zack has over have a million followers

do the math, be a great stock alerter, and start your own subscription😁
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TheFinalCD TheFinalCD 2 months ago
did you see where they recently dropped all charges

and who do you follow?

I made money on his alerts

him and moon bring the mega volume and trigger algos

just PAYOR

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