Stephen Simpson, CFA
Long only, growth at reasonable price, value, research analyst

Chart Industries No Longer Left For Dead

Back in January, I thought investors had the sort of opportunity I love to find in the market - the chance to buy a stock that had been pounded because a major growth driver seemed to be evaporating, and pounded to a point where the less exciting, but still profitable, base business more than justified the share price. Such was the case with Chart Industries (NASDAQ:GTLS) back in January, and the shares have come back nicely since then, even though the LNG growth story is still in trouble. I continue to believe that Chart Industries is a good company in the industrial gas/energy space. With the rebound in the shares, though, I think the dramatic undervaluation has been ...
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