GTLS earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
News & Analysis: Chart Industries
One analyst argued this LNG systems leader is undervalued.
Six straight quarters of growth and a record backlog have investors excited about Chart's future.
A strong finish to 2017 and a positive outlook for a profitable 2018 have investors excited -- and buying shares.
The industrial gas processing and storage equipment maker's stock is sinking, following a big revenue decline and losses to close out 2016, but there's more context beyond just the headline numbers.
The manufacturer of industrial gas infrastructure and processing equipment reported a bigger profit than Wall Street was expecting, as efforts to cut costs to ride out the energy downturn appear to be paying off.
The cryogenic gas processing equipment maker reported much better Q4 results today than the market was expecting, and guidance that's not too shabby, either.
Is this meaningful? Or just another movement?