wow, who #$%$ in your corn flakes? im still holding my 100 shares and collecting my meager dividend check. waiting for the vote in calif. but just an fyi, in case you haven't noticed, all the other oil trusts have been falling due to oil prices going down. you on the other hand are just watching which makes no $$$
thank you chinese company. many big American hedge funds are making money on this stock
and said i paid too much for their stocks
after thinking about this some more, i think more people will take their grid tie systems completely offline and
avoid the 71$ a month bill that never goes away.
im a little #$%$. i spent 20k on my system and was hoping for a 3 year payback window.
this new billing system will NOT encourage people to install solar
this one has a higher rate of return than some ccc junk bonds and is safer. i think the name lehman
attached to it gives it bad mojo. if you go back thru the 08-10 financial crisis and look at dividend payments
they were never cut.
but but but the wheels are supposed to be coming off this train...
this is quietly happening right now. no big news headlines but its BIG news. this is the first oil we've exported
in 40 years
why oh why this stock? there are much better stocks out there just do a little research. hope you're young
and can recoup any loss you've incurred with this lottery pick
Sentiment: Strong Sell
large hail in hawaii? whoa thats a stretch. my system cost me 20k. i got alot of airline miles too because i charged
it on my credit card. i quickly paid that off though. i got back 11k in taxes and only had to pay 9k for my system.
calculating return on investment, its over 33% return because where im at on the big island i get lots of sun
so the system will be paid for in 3 years. i dont know where you get your numbers but they're sure far from
i sold at 99 but let me say that im in this market for the long term dividend also but there is nothing i hate more is a dividend stock that trades like a tech stock. so to own this one i think you have to be a hybrid investor. an opportunist that wants a steady income. having said that , i think i should stick with preferred stocks. they're supposedly less sensitive to interest rates than bonds
clear as dishwater