Not likely it will hit 3. per share tomorrow, but it broke through 2 resistance points this week on big volume. It should continue to climb at least up to the er. GL
HQCL is Korean, the author of the first post in this thread is ignorant.
90% of all trading volume is hft and hedge fund trading desks, mostly U.S. based, and most of the remaining volume is retail day traders.
HQCL hates you for calling it HSOL, the name of a company that was never profitable.
Fwiw, the broader markets are down today, as is the entire solar sector. The bear raid will not last - be patient. GL
Hanwa will not take HQCL private.Doing so makes no sense, they would lose enormous credibility as a public company.
You would not lose any money if a reverse occurred, and I think that is not likely that that will happen either. If HQCL decided to rs at 5:1 then you would have1/5th of your original shares at 5 times the share price before the split. That's hwp it works.
It is best to ignore these rumors abotu going private and reverse splits, they are posted by people here who have too much free time, in some case people trying to scare longs into selling their shares. GL
Good points. The validity of these technical indicators would depend on how far back the data go that are used in their calculation. The barchart site shows early February in its graph, so I think the current points of support and resistance are valid (specific only to HQCL). 1.82 is currently the nearest point of resistance, and we have already come close to testing it today. We could do so again within the next couple of days, if volume stays reasonably above the current average of about 500K shares per day. GL longs.
Mid April is very late for a Q4 er, so I am not confident in Yahoos date, but it is possible that reporting logistics may be more complicated by post merger activity, even though earnings should be based on pre-merger results.
I would like to see Hanwa get the new HQCL web site up and running. GL longs.
It's true. The plan is to shutter their 4 remaining plants so by 2017. However, they will be replaced by gas fired plants, not solar. But that is OK, it's a big improvement for them, and they are the building out solar plants faster than any other country, including Germany. GL
No one knows, HQCL has not announced the date.
I agree. I am wondering if some/much of this volume is due to Hanwa shareholders seeingviewing HQCL as Hanwas newest growth opportunity, and wanted to get in before a steady move up later in the year, as seems to be the consensus. I am not complaining.
Please re-brand and update the HSOL site to reflect the merger into HQCL, and other developments, including your upcoming Q4 er. Also, you should consider revising a couple of the chart graphics posted on the investors section of your own site - they are not to scale, and they are therefore misleading. I am sure this just an oversight. ;) Thank you.
Yes he did, and that has been acknowledged. Ditto for a couple of others. But guru also knocked longs when he was short, so he brought some of that criticism onto himself. GL
No doubt in my mind that mom and pop Kim speak in their newly adopted language of English at the breakfast table every morning. As do most Koreans. And no doubt that your post of HanwHas name in the Hangul is just your way of trying to impress someone. Sorry, but It didn't work.
I tell (do not admonish - that would be patronizing) people to dues their own dd, because most longs who are underwater in their positions in HQCL (and there are many on this board) got their by not doing so. If you read more of the posts on this board, and spent less time dueling with me, you would know that.
Btw, I am flattered by your paraphrasing of my posts, but even the zombies on this board can read English, so no need for you to do so. That is patronizing, and since you asked, imo, it is also pathetic.