I am often wrong, but that’s what happens in this industry. But when Montauk first listed, I had a look at the group, operating in renewable energy projects utilising landfill methane in the US, and I decided I did not like it. Back then it was trading at around 300c. Then the company issued a trading update on 28 April, saying it expects headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the year to end March of around $0.32 (426c at the time of writing on 2 May). Yup, more HEPS than the share price was back in 2015 when I first looked at the company. The share price is now trading at almost 2 000c and I will have a renewed look when results are published.