Rothchilds makes their money when "There is Blood in the Streets." i.e. When everyone is selling a la SUNE cause its "going under". But there is more money to be made saving SUNE than killing it. Plus the Globalists like Solar and are afraid of global warming and don't want to see a setback with the leading company in renewables.
But there has been some positive news since January. VSLR deal killed. LAP deal killed with small settlement. Negative news too but killing deals has the chance for stock to rebound as Einhorn lets Rothchilds restructure . There is more money to be made saving this patient(SUNE) than killing it. This is very clear to me.
This will be an almost 180 million share day. Tepper, Blackstone, Einhorn - The SUNE lovers and haters-but all solar lovers may buy it.
They will get nothing on their lawsuit with SUNE if SUNE files. They can buy company on the cheap and merge it with VSLR. And they can restructure debt with their huge liquidity and avoid chapter 11 for Sune. Blacxkstone loves solar since they own so many buildings and wants them to incorporate solar in them.
There are so many Billionaires on this Saga(tragedy) EInhorn, Tepper, Blackstone (Schwartzman) There are solar lovers like Gates, Buffet, Soros, MUsk. The OIl SHieks want to diversify to solar. To control the worlds largest solar/renewable energy company for under $70 million and just extend a 2018 debt payment then ramp up growth again? WHere is everyone? What about Samsung who partners with them in a chip factory?
All thy need is a new CEO who can straighten things out and summons ex CFO Wuebbels to locate the 1.4 billion cash we had in November. Nothing was bought and may have been earmarked for Vivint downpayment.
In conference call. Plus they sold some projects($300million)t in Japan in December when stock almost hit zero. What happened :Did Chatila or Wuerbels madoff with our money?
The float will turn over by today. We will have new owners in the company by days end. I hope someone strong comes in. Why would someone buy if we are going to zero? I hope blackstone is buying. They dont want to see a bankrupty. They can then combine VSLR with SUNE.
Ok. Are you saying if they did the Vivant deal they would not be in as bad of a situation as now so stock would not be at 24 cents a share as of Friday's after hours trading?
He worth $10 billion. With stock at 25 cents he gets control of company for under $100 million. He now REALLY controls TERP so he will save legal fees and feed TERP only good deals. He works with crediitors for more favorable terms. Growth ensues as the solar industry grows leaps and bounds. Stock up to high teens by 2018.
Think about it. One month ago they wanted to buy Vivint at 1.9 billion with about 700 million in cash. With the deal not going through you would think they have 700 million in cash on hand. AND now it appears they will go bankrupt. And if they bought Vivint they would have gone bankrupt a month later too? Why would they buy Vivint under these circumstances?. Are they Fraudsters who wanted bankruptcy with Vivint? WHy didn't Einhorn or Blackstone speak out(Like Daniel LOEB often does) DId Lehman not fool Einhorn so what gives here?
If they are going to go bankrupt without VSLR then how would buying VLSR and spending 1.9 billion on a POS help their financial situation? I mean is this company a scam? Wanting to buy VSLR with the knowledge they will go bankrupt anyway? Is the CEO getting kickbacks from the short sellers? It's as if the CEO wants the stock to go to zero. I believes he still owned $10million in stock(at it's height) Did he short the stock in a secret account? I want answers
What would happen to them is what happened to Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling. I think by selling assets and killing deals and hiring RothChilds they will salvage bankruptcy. WHat is going on in my opinion is they are letting the bond holders who are short have them buy back cheap so they will make a killing and buy shares too and allow SUNE to continue as a going concern by making concessions. In essence now the bond holders have bought back all their shorts, own most of the stock for pennies. So why not give SUNE loan payback concession?. Bankruptcy is too ugly. for all parties.
It sold several hundred million dollars worth of assets in December in Japan. That's why stock went to nearly 7. It killed deals with VSLR and LAP so it is preserving cash. Alot of their projects are financed with buyers including utilitiy companies. The wind assets of first wind were sold to terp. They get dividends from Terp. I really don't think their financial situation is too different when stock was 33. Maybe I'm wrong but they haven't bought any new companies in the past year save for a battery storage company.
They cancelled their acquisitions-they sold stuff to terp- they have buyers for many of their projects as they complete them. They sold some stuff back in December to the Japanese. Terp bought wind assets from sune. Fact is their financial situation not too much different when stock was in 20s or 30s especially when you pair assets and liabilities. THe CEO even bought 9500 shares when stock was 22 late summer after the vivint deal. Someone explain how there debt grew so much? THey are counting 2.1 billion for Vivint and 500 million for LAP.