A debtor in possession in United States bankruptcy law is a person or corporation who has filed a bankruptcy petition, but remains in possession of property upon which a creditor has a lien or similar security interest. A corporation which continues to operate its business under Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings is a debtor in possession.
Under certain circumstances, the debtor in possession may be able to keep the property by paying the creditor the fair market value, as opposed to the contract price. For example, where the property is a personal vehicle which has depreciated in value since the time of the purchase, and which the debtor needs to find or continue employment to pay off his debts, the debtor may pay the creditor for the fair market value of the car to keep it.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
They are an indicator of analyst/brokerage sentiment. And yes, many times they are not hit. High or low. Things do change. It's the market. But CSIQ is growing fast. Very profitable. Revenues were UP almost 40%. Thats reason to be somewhat positive. Remember, buy low, sell high. It works.
And they still say BUY. CSIQ just beat all revenue and earnings estimates. Record sales and earnings. PE is about 6:1. They are changing their business model to ensure LT profits. Why sell?