Feb. 12, 2021
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What is CTRM and why the massive run up recently? Well this video will explain everything you need to know about CTRM stock: the fundamentals, why it's up, where it might be going, and what the industry looks like right now.
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Net asset value per share ("NAV") calculates to only $0.27 per common share which results in the stock currently trading at an eye-catching 540% premium to NAV.
While the recent recovery in charter rates has lifted drybulk companies stocks across the board, even the largest and financially strongest players like Star Bulk Carriers (SBLK) or Golden Ocean (GOGL) still trade at a discount to net asset value.
Castor Maritime isn't printing cash from its charter contracts either. At current rates, I would estimate the company to operate just slightly above cash break-even levels.
I like to find the article published on Seeking Alpha by Henrik Alex.