Short interest is only 6.5% of the float. I expect they will beat for the Q, but keep guidance unchanged. I wouldn't expect much movement either way based on that. Of course they could also make some type of announcement that would move the stock, but they just had analyst day so I doubt it.
Its not about spell or grammar check. Its about the simple English language. You apparently don't realize that you are the only one who understands what you are trying to say. You write at a second grade level and its incomprehensible. I don't think you're stupid, but clearly very lazy.
You don't have to be a professional writer to use basic English language structure. When you just type stream of consciousness diarrhea combined with a word salad, then nobody can understand what the heck you are attempting to say. And, what does not being a pronunciation guru have to do with basic writing skills ?
Some people just don't get it. Bankruptcy is a form of debt restructuring. So are debt-to-equity swaps, which usually leaves the existing shares worth nothing.
The only reason it is the largest solar company in the world is they went on a drunken buying spree, acquiring projects they needed to feed the beast they created - TERP. Completely irresponsible as the projects they acquired do not generate enough cash flow to cover all the debt they acquired. Its over.
While the article is two hours old, the information in it is over 2.5 months old lol -- Einhorn news was in late January - where ya been ?
The reason why oil companies were given more credit is because is because prices have dropped and are highly likely to rise in the future (they already have recovered a bit). The reason why SUNE won't be given more credit is due to poor management.
I see once again, you never let the facts get in your way of your argument. The tax credits in Oregon require that local labor at prevailing wages be used in the construction of the project, which it was. SCTY first planned to use panels from China, but they were too expensive. So they went with Sunniva, a Georgia-based panel manufacturer that routinely uses prison labor to assemble their solar panels. This allows the company to keep their product competitive with the Chinese manufacturers. So Sunniva used Oregon prison labor to assemble panels for the University project. There was nothing illegal or shady about the deal. They met all the legal requirements for obtaining the state tax credits and used local labor at prevailing wages for the construction of the project. In the process, the inmates received a valuable skill set that they can use upon their release. But, I suppose you would have rather seen the panels manufactured in China with Chinese labor at 75 cents an hour ? *drop mic*