Vertex Energy traded at $10.19 this Wednesday July 6th, decreasing $0.07 or 0.68 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Vertex Energy lost 43.39 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 2.86 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Vertex Energy to be priced at 10.43 by the end of this quarter and at 9.60 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Clean Harbors 86.43 -0.64 -0.74% -6.00%
Clean Energy Fuels 4.75 0.14 3.04% -46.75%
Capstone Green Energy Corp 2.27 -0.20 -8.10% -55.23%
Enphase Energy 194.93 2.34 1.22% 7.20%
Green Plains 27.92 -0.15 -0.53% -12.17%
Heritage Crystal Clean 26.53 -0.29 -1.08% -9.39%
Alto Ingredients, Inc. 3.75 -0.11 -2.85% -29.38%
Plug Power 17.58 -0.02 -0.11% -41.73%
REX American Resources 84.95 1.69 2.03% 6.12%
Vertex Energy 10.19 -0.07 -0.68% -2.86%

Indexes Price Day Year
USND 11362 39.61 0.35% -22.52%
US2000 1728 -13.78 -0.79% -23.32%

Vertex Energy
Vertex Energy, Inc. is an environmental services company. The Company recycles industrial waste streams and commercial chemical products. The Company is focused on recycling used motor oil and other petroleum by-products. The Company operates through three segments: Black Oil, Refining and Marketing, and Recovery segments. The Black Oil segment consists of the sale of petroleum products, including base oil and industrial fuels which consist of used motor oils, cutterstock and fuel oil generated by its facilities. The Refining and Marketing segment consists of the sale of pygas such as industrial fuels, which are produced at a third-party facility and distillates. The Recovery segment consists of the sale of ferrous and non-ferrous recyclable metals products that are recovered from manufacturing and consumption. It also includes trading/marketing of group III base oils.