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Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. Ltd. Message Board

anggicvg 88 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 20, 2015 10:29 AM Member since: Sep 9, 2005
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  • Google Topic for report.
    Still chance for Molycorp?

  • Google Topic for details.
    SUNE's debt is $11 Billion and they have negative cash flow.
    Compared to SUNE, YGE's debt, luckily to Chinese Government banks looks manageable; also no more expensive expenditures like Soccer sponsorships.
    Yet SUNE's market value is $5.37B vs. YGE's only $152Million, why?
    YGE 1st priority now is make & report Profit.
    Hopefully high demand far above supply for Solar Panels globally, could lift YGE.

  • Could it add to increase the stock value in the very near future?
    Else the Chinese will have the whole Rare Earth mining & its downstream Industries Total Monopoly.
    The Report mentioned the cut off of Rare Earth supply to the Japanese, that could also happen to us in USA.
    That would be a total National Security Disaster. Can we afford that?

  • anggicvg anggicvg Jul 18, 2015 3:44 PM Flag

    No, I have not seen the photos. However, I am quite sure that it & the patents awards will be good for Yingli shares. Imho main thing now for Yingli is make & report Profits.

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    by kbigelow97 Jul 17, 2015 9:47 PM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jul 18, 2015 9:33 AM Flag

    That is great, soon Sendai 2; and 15 other Japanese Nuclear Plants will follow.

  • Google Topic for details.
    Hopefully some of these $483 Billion will also be used to prop up / buy Yingli shares.
    With big expenditures, like expensive Soccer Sponsorships out, hopefully Aug 27/28 Yingli could report a Profit. If this were the case, imho YGE will be OK & prosper again.

  • anggicvg anggicvg Jul 15, 2015 4:05 AM Flag

    The Chinese offered $23Billion for Micron; certainly a much more strategic Molycorp for at least $3Billion+++ would be a lot more attractive capital spending to them than Micron.
    Maybe by then our Government would recognize the National Security Strategic Importance of Molycorp, and a big bidding war between Industry & Governments could start.

  • Total assets $2,494,784,000.00
    Total debts $1,786,196,000.00
    Number of shares of common stock 278,032,526

    This $2,494,784,000.00 Total Assets could not just disappear mysteriously; it is somewhere, and who will get what? About $2.5Billion is a lot of money to not be accounted & distributed to all stakeholders properly.

    Wonder how much Molycorp will get if they sell ALL Parts (incl. Profitable Parts) of themselves to the Chinese?

  • should pushed up the need for more Uranium; means DNN should go up soon?

  • and publish the (English translation) of CFO denial about Yingli's suspended Production.
    Wish PV Magazine check the validity of rumors before publishing it.

    Having said that, if Yingli makes & report Profits nobody will write false rumors, since that goes straight to their credibility. Wish Yingli could do that for Q2 report.
    Wish Yingli could make contract(s) to very selective, stable, reliable, wealthy customer(s) without threat of delayed or non payments, and have steady sales and profits from such Mega Project(s).

  • Total assets $2,494,784,000.00
    Total debts $1,786,196,000.00
    Number of shares of common stock 278,032,526

    Debt holders will get all of the $1,786,196,000.00
    Still left about $700Million; who gets this $700Million?

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    Fuel loading for Japanese reactor restart

    by anggicvg Jul 6, 2015 7:25 PM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jul 6, 2015 7:28 PM Flag

    With Sendai 1 & 2 and another 15 Japanese Reactors restart, DNN should recover soon.

  • 06 July 2015
    Nuclear fuel will be loaded at Sendai 1 tomorrow, marking a significant step on its road to becoming the first Japanese reactor to restart, later this year.
    The two 890 MWe pressurized water reactors at Sendai were taken offline for periodic inspections in May and September 2011, respectively, and have remained so for almost four years while Japan has rebuilt its nuclear safety framework in response to the accident at Fukushima Daiichi.
    This work included creating a new independent nuclear safety regulator, the Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA), which developed extensive new safety requirements as well as a multi-step pubilc process under which power companies have upgraded their plants to the NRA's satisfaction.
    Sendai restarts have been prioritised, in part due to local support in Kagoshima prefecture. Plant owner Kyushu Electric Power Company announced today that all inspections ahead had been completed and fuel loading would start tomorrow. Sendai 1 will be the first to restart, and the loading of fuel into the reactor vessel is a significant operational step.
    Subject to the attentions of the NRA, Sendai 1 could return to normal power generation around September. Around two months later it should be joined by Sendai 2. Another 15 reactors are moving through the restart process, which has been prioritised to bring on the most-needed reactors first, in the localities and prefectures more supportive of restart.

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    YGE JUST 99C

    by neil616196 Jul 2, 2015 1:50 PM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jul 2, 2015 6:26 PM Flag

    Well the "Soccer Sponsorships" Paradigm that has wasted YGE $Hundreds-Million in advance, and already spent sofar; have unfortunately also attracted countries like Greece, PIIGS, Algeria, etc.
    On the other hand if Management finally decide for "Ghawar Forever" new Paradigm, that has not cost YGE even 1 cent in advance & sofar; and chances of steady payments & profits forever outstanding.

    However if YGE falls to 99c or below, it would be extremely difficult for ANYBODY (incl. the Independent Commission based Sales Rep) to convince his network within Saudi Aramco to do serious business with YGE; since stability is very important for Saudi Aramco. Time is now of essence for Yingli Management to not miss this great opportunity to do business with Saudi Aramco.

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    Liquidation value: $2.50/share

    by anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 6:55 AM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jun 28, 2015 1:52 PM Flag

    NO more valid negative reasons huh????
    Our Government & Key Industries do not want RE, and feel it is not important to National Security.
    Sell Molycorp to the Chinese!!!!!!

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    Liquidation value: $2.50/share

    by anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 6:55 AM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jun 28, 2015 9:23 AM Flag

    Please explain why it doesn't? The math with $2.494Billion Assets, and after subtracting ALL debts, still at least $700Million (even more if the Chinese will pay more to obtain MONOPOLY Status) left over says it all. Shareholders will take liquidation route & get $2.50/share or more vs. ZERO in Restructure route, as known today.

  • anggicvg anggicvg Jun 28, 2015 9:15 AM Flag

    This is all true Jfu; however 1st priority for Yingli now is make & report profit.
    With the $Hundreds-Million "Soccer Sponsorships" off its burden, Yingli could probably make profit in Q2, definitely in H2.
    However the big threats of delayed or non payment from countries like Algeria, Greece, PIIGS, etc are still looming in the near future.
    IF Yingli Management choose it (they have not done it so far), the "Ghawar Forever" new Paradigm for Yingli could avoid all that; not only steady sales, payments & profits; more importantly the threat of delayed and non payment are removed forever.
    Even better with the "Ghawar Forever" Giga Contract(s), Yingli could take its spot to be number 1 again.

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    Liquidation value: $2.50/share

    by anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 6:55 AM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jun 28, 2015 6:05 AM Flag

    Dubai & Abu Dhabi were desert cities too, miles away from civilized places like Muscat; see how they transformed into Mega cities of today.
    BTW: You have to look at it as a whole: US Government really NO Need for National Security in this particular case vs. Local US Industry real needs (e.g. Renewable Industry) vs. Chinese potential 999.9% Monopoly status, and ability afterwards to dictate prices at will to their benefit.
    For shareholders to capitulate and receive ZERO for their cancelled shares are plain stupid, and imho not in the horizon. Better do a Liquidation AUCTION, and potential of still get something vs. nothing. US Government & Key Industries using RE will finally awake, what stupidity they did to let MCP go BK, but wait go to the Liquidity Auction block first. If the Chinese win, imho our Government & Industry really SOLD USA voluntarily into BONDAGE.

  • Reply to

    Liquidation value: $2.50/share

    by anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 6:55 AM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 10:07 AM Flag

    Final & Real what counts value is Liquidity Auction value.

  • Reply to

    Liquidation value: $2.50/share

    by anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 6:55 AM
    anggicvg anggicvg Jun 26, 2015 10:06 AM Flag

    Let us see what Liquidity Auction brings in.

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