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  • ahhdzz ahhdzz Jul 26, 2011 11:58 AM Flag

    Earnings next Thursday

    Should be a good one.

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    • Why would a guy like this leave at the start of a upswing in business?


      Mr. Johnson has more than twenty-five years of finance experience and previously, from February 2008 to May 2011, he served as the Vice President, Finance and Corporate Controller for GT Solar International, Inc. ("GT Solar"). Mr. Johnson also served as the principal accounting officer for GT Solar from June 2008 to May 2011 and the Chief Accounting Officer for GT Solar from March 2010 to May 2011. Prior to that, Mr. Johnson served in several senior financial positions with Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. since May 2002, including most recently, as the Director, Corporate Controller from August 2004 until February 2008. Mr. Johnson holds a B.S. in Accountancy from Bentley College and an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University.

    • CORRECTION:
      Unless I am mistaken, the earnings report is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, August 3rd, with the CC to follow on Thursday, August 4th.
      Correct me if I am wrong.

      I look at the timing correlation of the earnings report and the deficit fiasco as a positive. I am ready to double my position in SOLR right now, and the longer this disgusting game is played in Congress the PPS of SOLR will probably go lower. The deficit issue has to be resolved by August 2nd regardless of outcome, and I will double-up by then in time for what we all know will be a great earnings report. By doubling-up my position the PPS will need to regain only half its recent loss to put me back where I was. Any further PPS increase puts me ahead. Better yet, the next year and beyond should result in greater gains, with twice the shares for me.

      The budget crises is a temporary setback, will be resolved by August 2nd. The timing spells opportunity to me, as we all know SOLR has nearly two years of orders in house right now and will weather the temporary storm well. The PPS should bounce back nicely after the August 2nd budget deadline and the August 3rd earnings report, followed by what should also be a positive forward outlook. The more the PPS declines before then the greater the buying opportunity.

      Hold tight, don't panic, and welcome the opportunity Congress and Wall Street is offering.

      P.S.
      I have been investing in the stock market for many years, and I have made more money buying good stocks that have been unjustly trashed by the Wall Street Lemmings heading for the cliffs then I have under any other method. Wall Street regularly presents good opportunities for those with courage and patience.

      • 1 Reply to dr.seymour_butz
      • GT Solar To Host First Quarter Fiscal 2012 Conference Call and Webcast on August 4th

        MERRIMACK, N.H.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GT Solar International, Inc. (NASDAQ:SOLR), a global provider of polysilicon production technology, sapphire and silicon crystalline growth systems, and materials for the LED and other specialty markets, today announced that the company will release its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2012 ending July 2, 2011, after the market closes on NASDAQ on Wednesday, August 3, 2011.

        Management will conduct an investment community conference call the following day, Thursday, August 4, 2011, at 8:00 a.m. ET to discuss quarterly results and the company’s longer-term outlook. The call will be available on a live and archived basis as follows:

        Live Conference Call and Webcast
        Date & Time:

        Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 8:00 a.m. ET
        Webcast (with slides):
        Go to http://investor.gtsolar.com/, select “Events” and select webcast.
        Dial-in Number:
        866.783.2146 (toll-free) or 857.350.1605 (international)
        Telephone Passcode:
        SOLR

        Archive Replay
        Available:
        August 4, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. ET through October 31, 2011
        Webcast:
        Go to http://investor.gtsolar.com/, select “Events,” and “Past Events.”
        Dial-in Number:
        888.286.8010 (toll-free) or 617.801.6888 (international)
        Passcode:
        23180500

    • and what does that have to do with big corps not paying their fair share of taxes?

      SUCKERSSSSS

    • finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn Jul 27, 2011 3:01 PM Flag

      Hey pic,

      Guess who Obama picked to head his business advisory council?

      That right, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt.

      How's that grab ya?

    • Why do they get unfair concessions? Why do cities want them? Are they asking for more burdens? Put me on ignore because you're a dumbazz too.

    • just for you suckers who think they pay taxes, lmfao@suckers who votes republicans

      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1370001/General-Electric-avoids-paying-tax-entirely-dodges-incentives.html

      you think that is bad, want to know how much the OIL industry gets from YOU sucker? LOL

    • that's because you have no clue how the real world operates, before Intel went and build a plant in one of the cities in the southwest they got so much concession like utility bills are cut in half, for every locals they hire, the city/state contributes to their training, etc etc

      sure overall they bring a lot of money to the community but as far as paying their fair share of taxes based on their revenues that is a BIG LAUGH!!

    • finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn Jul 27, 2011 1:45 PM Flag

      The govt. don't tax them?

      LOL

      Look at what percent of taxes are paid by each wage bracket. Let me know what you find.

      Alternatively, you can continue to embrace the class warfare rhetoric of your liberal demigods.

    • finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn finalhowiepiratesbrowncorn Jul 27, 2011 1:42 PM Flag

      not sure why I'm responding to you since you're absolutely clueless.

      Defense spending, including homeland defense and veteran benefits is 50% of DISCRETIONARY spending. It's 13-14% of TOTAL federal spending.

      Entitlements are about 40% of TOTAL federal spending.

    • That's because the gov't don't tax them....DUHHHHH

      that 25 or 35% corporate tax, that's nothing but a big bullshyt

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