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What: Shares of Clean Energy Fuels
So what: The company said today that it has signed a seven-year agreement with UPS
Now what: The story from optionMONSTER certainly seems plausible, but it's not the kind of "news" that makes me want to chase down a stock. Clean Energy Fuels is a growing company in a still-developing market for vehicles running on alternative fuels. Investors' main concern at this poi nt should be whether the company can continue its growth and get to solid profitability, not trying to read the minds of short-sellers.
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