Then CSIQ and TSL will be tripled. It might happen at one morning when you wake up. You will not be shocked if you google Hanergy, the solar start traded in Hong Kong.
I have a question to Wall Street: If it is reasonable for SUNE to have a market cap of 6.5 billions, why CSIQ has to stay 2 billions, and JKS has to suffer
Don't need wait for ten years. It's possible this animal jump to $50 billions by end of today should you have enough money and just keep buying :)
Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: CSIQ) saw another gain in the short interest, by 6% to 5.006 million shares as of the March 13 settlement date. This follows a 12.6% gain in the number of shares short in the prior report. Interestingly, the days to cover fell to 1.28 from 2.16. What is also interesting here is that the short sellers are feeling pain. After closing at $36.03 on Tuesday, the stock is up from $31.65 just two weeks ago — higher short interest and higher share prices means short sellers could start getting desperate. Canadian Solar’s 52-week range is $18.68 to $41.12.
Read more: Short Sellers Fight Higher Solar and Alternative Energy Stock Prices - First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR) - 24/7 Wall St. http://247wallst.com/energy-business/2015/03/25/short-sellers-fight-higher-solar-and-alternative-energy-stock-prices/#ixzz3VPHho2Rg
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Near-term target: $40, when shorts will be in despair and the desperate buy back will drive the price to the moon.
JKS should pass SPWR, CSIQ should pass FSLR by fundamental analysis without discrimination.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hanergy has a market cap of US$36 billions. If TSL, JKS or CSIQ switch to HongKong, it will be very easy for them to double or triple their values.