I am trying to speculate a gamble where I can throw money into a pit of fire and expect miracles to come out of it.
5 cents? 10 cents or 2 cents?
Bill Ackman and Berkowitz still made a shiietload of money, they bought in at $1 areas, only announced after they made their purchase, drove up the price more. Who knows, they have have sold all today.
i will wait around and pick up shares at 10 cents in a few days. That's a gamble I can afford to throw away.
get out of this stock if you have any heart condition.
the entire surface area of roof is not needed, so efficiency plays little role. It's the cost that matters buddy. 35% efficiency, if they can show to cost less per watt, then we will talk.
many orders are electronically made via internet, conventional retail stores are losing traction.
Most of PG's products are regular home use; thus, customers don't really need to feel them or try them out. Plus, most products are sealed and packaged, so customers can't try them out anyways at retail stores. Thus, to go with biggest and fastest distributor on the planet, Amazon, spells big revenue for PG.
stupid shorts are saying the credit card breech stopped shoppers! LOL. At any store, credit card breech is everywhere. Plus, we live in a litigious society; shoppers want to sue and looking for free stuffs. Problem solved and paid for already in Q4. Buy and hold til 70 and above
buy and wait for 70
let it ride!!!!
yep really ugly for them in 2014, they will still be making profits and every other solar companies are struggling to get out of the negatives. Why don't you go suck Dimondboy and Goldman Sachs of balls.
GS is a major lender to all the upfront cost; hence, that is why they are #$%$ bricks on scty. They may never get that money back. They might as well make money pumping scty
but it's free upfront cost, the current owner doesn't own it or have to pay for it until they use the solar panels monthly. Legally they don't owe anything to Goldman Sachs. Imagine the legal ramifications between the next home owners and GS when the new owner thinks that the house they bought comes with solar panels that they already paid for but they realize they still have to pay to GS on a monthly basis. yikes!!!
I wonder what will ahppen to scty when the current home owners short sell or sell their homes with solar panels that they haven't paid for? Will the payment goes to the new owner? or do they still pay for it? Who pays for all that upfront costs? Pump it up to $100 Goldman sach of #$%$, that $7 bill in upfront debt will be worthless.