CERE Share Price

Open 0.40 Change Price %
High 0.40 1 Day 0.00 0.00
Low 0.40 1 Week 0.00 0.00
Close 0.40 1 Month 0.00 0.00
Volume 182310 1 Year -0.45 -52.94
52 Week High 0.89
52 Week Low 0.16
CERE Important Levels
Resistance 2 0.40
Resistance 1 0.40
Pivot 0.40
Support 1 0.40
Support 2 0.40
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Ceres, Inc. (NASDAQ: CERE)

CERE Technical Analysis 2
As on 29th Jul 2016 CERE Share Price closed @ 0.40 and we RECOMMEND Sell for LONG-TERM with Stoploss of 0.53 & Strong Buy for SHORT-TERM with Stoploss of 0.31 we also expect STOCK to react on Following IMPORTANT LEVELS.
CERE Target for December
1st Target up-side N/A
2nd Target up-side N/A
3rd Target up-side N/A
1st Target down-side N/A
2nd Target down-side N/A
3rd Target down-side N/A
CERE Other Details
Segment EQ
Market Capital 129572464.00
Sector Basic Materials
Industry Agricultural Chemicals
Offical website http://www.ceres.net
CERE Address
CERE
1535 Rancho Conejo Boulevard
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
United States
Phone: 805-376-6500
Fax: 805-498-1002
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CERE Business Profile
Ceres, Inc. (Ceres), incorporated in March 1996, is an agricultural biotechnology company selling seeds to produce renewable biomass feedstocks that can enable the large-scale replacement of petroleum and other fossil fuels. The Company’s large-scale commercial products are sweet sorghum varieties that can be used as a drop-in feedstock to extend the operating season of Brazilian sugarcane-to-ethanol mills. Its products include sweet sorghum, high biomass sorghum, switchgrass, miscanthus and row crops. Its energy crops can also be used for the production of second-generation biofuels and bio-based chemicals, including cellulosic ethanol, butanol, jet fuel, diesel-like molecules and gasoline-like molecules, from non-food biomass. Baseload utility scale electric power can also be generated from the biomass feedstocks grown from its seeds. Ceres has started marketing sweet sorghum seeds in Brazil and has sold switchgrass and high biomass sorghum seeds in the United States under its brand, Blade Energy Crops (Blade). In January 2010, the Company incorporated a subsidiary, Ceres Sementes do Brasil Ltda. The Company generates its revenues from government grants, research and development collaboration agreements and from product sales. Product sales primarily consists of sales of seeds. Collaborative research revenues consist of payments for research and development activities for specific projects. Government grant revenues consist of payments from government entities. Ceres markets its seeds and traits directly to ethanol mills, utilities, independent power producers, cellulosic biofuel companies, individual growers and grower cooperatives. It also works with technology providers and other market participants, such as equipment manufacturers and enzyme or fermentation technology companies. The Company markets its products to biorefineries and biopower facilities. Ceres’s activities in cellulosic bio-fuels encompass a range of activities, including field trials, co-evolution agreements, and commercial sales. Its products have been tested in the conversion processes of EdeniQ, Inc., Choren USA LLC, Gruppo M&G, ICM, Inc., and UOP, LLC (a Honeywell company), among others. The Company has also conducted joint trials with, or sold seed to, AGCO Corporation, EdeniQ, Inc. and Hawai’i BioEnergy, LLC, among others. It has begun collaboration with Valero Services, Inc. to further evaluate feedstock supply strategies with energy crops. Ceres also works with refining technology companies to optimize feedstock for their refining processes. These collaborators include Novozymes North America, Inc. and ThermoChem Recovery International, Inc.