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Should I Buy NASDAQ:GEVO Stock? (2% Forecasted Return)



Under times of stress, such actions could include dividend cuts, suspension of share repurchases, or maintenance of minimum cash balances. This is particularly relevant for exceptional and strong assessments, where issuers are required to carry higher levels of excess liquidity even during times of stress. For example, when assessing liquidity, we would generally expect companies to be able to cover the full amount of dividends and share repurchases included in our base-case forecast, while still maintaining excess liquidity and achieving the required A/B and A-B measures under a stress case.We do not exclude cash that the company needs to maintain to run the business and meet potential working capital requirements. Since working capital outflows are included under uses (B) of liquidity, system-related cash needed to run the business should be included in sources, along with items such as customer advances.Given the earnings volatility companies experience, we have specified for these issuers a more stringent decline in EBITDA percentage for each liquidity category to the extent our cash flow forecasts are not already assuming a downside scenario. We estimate GEVO Gevo stock forecast parameters by: Pierce Oscillators with Pearson Correlation because of the risk or unstable nature of the firm's mix of business, some aspect of the firm's market position, customer confidence sensitivity, or expected revenue stability are materially weaker than average, or represent substantial risk beyond risks captured in the anchor (2% Forecasted Return)

NASDAQ:GEVO Price Targets, Stock Forecast (Buy or Sell) as of 12 Jun 2022 for (n+3 month)

Stock: GEVO Gevo

Time series to forecast n: 12 Jun 2022 for (n+3 month)

x axis:Likelihood %
y axis:Potential Impact %
z axis:Color (yellow to green) Technical Analysis %


Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Is NASDAQ:GEVO buy or sell?
A: Under times of stress, such actions could include dividend cuts, suspension of share repurchases, or maintenance of minimum cash balances. This is particularly relevant for exceptional and strong assessments, where issuers are required to carry higher levels of excess liquidity even during times of stress. For example, when assessing liquidity, we would generally expect companies to be able to cover the full amount of dividends and share repurchases included in our base-case forecast, while still maintaining excess liquidity and achieving the required A/B and A-B measures under a stress case.
Q: Is NASDAQ:GEVO expected to go up?
A: We do not exclude cash that the company needs to maintain to run the business and meet potential working capital requirements. Since working capital outflows are included under uses (B) of liquidity, system-related cash needed to run the business should be included in sources, along with items such as customer advances.
Q: Do analysts recommend investors buy shares of GEVO Gevo ?
A: Given the earnings volatility companies experience, we have specified for these issuers a more stringent decline in EBITDA percentage for each liquidity category to the extent our cash flow forecasts are not already assuming a downside scenario.
Q: What is the the stock symbol of GEVO Gevo ?
A: NASDAQ:GEVO
Q: What are the risks of investing NASDAQ:GEVO ?
A: We use risk analysis for NASDAQ:GEVO because of the risk or unstable nature of the firm's mix of business, some aspect of the firm's market position, customer confidence sensitivity, or expected revenue stability are materially weaker than average, or represent substantial risk beyond risks captured in the anchor


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