"The Solar Bubble Has Officially Burst" at Seeking Alpha
This is the best article I have read concerning all the recent price drop and continual fluctuations. Here are ongoing issues:
1) If solar firms continue to fail and be forced to liquidate their inventory will this mean that there will be more hits to the price per watt. Does this also explain why the price is below production costs which is not due to Chinese firms "dumping" therefore we won't see tariffs imposed on Chinese solar goods.
2) Chinese solar firms continue to sign cooperative agreements with American firms which will also offset the tariff issue because it will penalize both sides.
3) Why does STP not get a better rap considering YGE has the dame amount of debt.
4) $2.50 is the coming bottom this month but what would send this stock back up from its peilous decline: RESTRUCTURING THEIR DEBT.
Any other reasonable thoughts on this stock? What will happen on Monday?