As a note, they too have the market cap wrong, out by 100%. It looks like they are using 141million shares, which is the underlying amount before the secondary.
If the vast majority of professionals cannot get the basic maths right, it does make you wonder how many obvious mistakes they are likely to make in arriving at their forward estimates. The estimate range currently rests at between $0.12 and $0.70 for 2010, put another way, a net margin of between 1% and 6% on revenue of $878million and ADRs outstanding of 86million.
I agreed with you. SOL only had ADRs outstanding of 86million. The info (141M common shares)from yahoo is not correct. SOL now is the most attractive stock based on value, for smart investors to buy and hold.