if your going to bottom fish, switch to SOL as they are only taking profitable deals. HSOL will do no better than break even. Add up the MW numbers and Q4 looks a little light to reach their year target. See you in 2015. I'm out of here and will stop posting here. Good luck.
Gordon Johnson from Axiom is well known as a bear of China solar stocks. I have mentioned him several times. He is currently pushing, and rightly so, that China is paying less (ASP) than the world. Although HSOL isn't retaining any solar plants (Downstream), Johnson is also saying those yieldco's may not get paid on time. The only solar Gordon Johnson recommends is SUNE as of a couple of weeks ago.
all the solars are posting profits so far even Rensola (SOL). The big boys are getting their profits valued to their PPS and most are getting cuts. The expectations for HSOL is now to post a profit. Based on pure speculation. If it doesn't, it's over. No coverage. No Street pumping. Guggenheim has 1,868,982 shares and it's value is last in the fund. Institutional is slightly down for the 6/30 reporting. YGE and TSL may not report profits yet. US solars are too high and of no value except SUNE. Sales don't matter on the report, except they have to be higher. Good luck. Because luck is all you have.
they are covering, slowly, When ever JP Morgan reports their short position, it should be significant less short shares and the rest of them will cover quickly.
$HBAN owns 3 million shares oof MONIF, but they are not a customer. Yet? Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBAN)
Collins admitted getting stopped out. How you claim his success? Kass has been tweeting that he's short market then flips hours later. If realmoney is about day trading, is it the best outlet for that? Cooperman laid out the risk, and he is more successful that the losers on Realmoney. Kass is an idiot. This skin, jerk who promotes Realmoney for free on Twitter. Calls everyone a hater!
that number of shorts is a trailing number. 35 million shares traded on 8/7 when SUNE posted a surprise profit. That short interest number will be much lower 10 days after 8/15
it was a stupid article. Which is why I don't subscribe to RealMoney. If your going to do chart work, he should have said $1 was the breakdown or 50% Retracement from 52 Week High/Low. Or even .86 38% from the low. Now it's just piling on. There has not been news (other than pre-announced earnings) to throw in the towel, with events coming up in September. Looking at your message list smathan75, this appears to be the only stock you follow, yet you keep pounding the table with negatives. I don't think your honest.
Kass's colleague on RealMoney
(posted from LSE)
Aug 8, 2014 | 10:39 AM EDT
By Tim Collins
There is a difference between long-term investments and dead money. In truth, many will confuse them often. It's easy to do, but believe me when I say that it is an expensive mistake to make. While dead money may rise from the grave and have some value one day, the opportunity costs missed along the way are something that cannot be recovered.
Monitise (MONIF) looks pretty dead to me. Sure, there is still a pulse, but this thing is a vegetable for the time being. Comatose and too painful for me from a technical side. It took out my stop, and I took the loss on it. A decent bounce never developed for me. Even the return trip to $0.80, which gave me a glimmer of hope, did not last.
So, where do we stand technically? Is there any hope?
The hope for the long lies in the bullish divergences in the money flow and relative strength indices. They may both be putting in higher lows here, but relative strength is tricky because it has lost a trend line higher while putting in that lower low. A wash to me.
Price action is a disaster. Unless this gets above $0.73, the upside is tough. I won't be interested until we sniff $0.60, or maybe less, but a close over $0.73 may set this up for a long side trade (i.e., a three- to five-day buy, then look to sell around $0.80.
And that 200-day moving average is now nothing more than the Death Star. It's a fantasy many would like to see come true, but price is so far from the realm of reality, it's just a dream for a long time to come.
Spoiler alert: Bulls hoping that I could find something for them in the weekly chart are going to be disappointed. It took only about two months to give away many of the gains seen over 10 months. That may not be the best example of risk happening fast, but certainly a great example of the stairs going up and the elevator on the way down.
your wrong imo, the non-performing loans are minor, people are not losing their jobs. GM stands for Gov Motors, the trend is to sue the loan originators. Subprime is dog whistle for blacks. We have all seen the thugs driving cars they shouldn't be able to afford. Holder will sue, free cars to go along with free house. Auto part makers are not slowing down, your prediction of surplus has been missing from your post for months. One last thought. SIRI will reverse split at the next vote to cover your penny problem.
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Some have suggested recently that auto finance underwriting is going so sideways that the sector is standing at the very same precipice of financial calamity as did the mortgage industry in 2006. Or, as a hyped Automotive News implied Tuesday, that subprime auto finance, in particular, might be “a ticking time bomb for the U.S. economy. ”Simply put, there is no evidence of this today.....
The report stated that the performance of the loans backing subprime auto ABS is weakening. S&P pointed out that annualized net losses on subprime auto loans increased in the first quarter of 2014 to 5.79%, up from 4.16% in the first quarter of 2013. Is 5.79% a relatively steep increase? Yes. But it pales in comparison to the 9.39% net loss rate in 2009......autofinancenews
it is a short raid plus day traders abandoning. The next big event is Sept 9th with Apple announcing the iphone6. It will take IBM months to transfer montif to the cloud. This is a setup for 2015. As soon as the iphone is online and cool, then the banks line up. Hint, look at Monitise America's web site for job openings,
Wells Fargo's is no different than using a PC paying what you registered as payees. With the MONIF phone app you can buy on the spot like coffee, or gifts or send money to junior at college. Now you have to ask if a Visa or MC card will act as the transfer agent because banks take days to transfer. Visa and MC will be the losers if the card isn't used and merchant fees collected.
it's illegal for Mr Combs to give expectations "positive surprise" during the quite period. Therefore the message boards are more reliable. If the company had a surprise, they could have released pre-earnings expectations. Mr Combs is a failure. You want to be out of HSOL before any China solar earnings are released. Switch to an American based company like FSLR, SPWR, SUNE, SCTY. Although I am not saying when to time it.
If this breaks down below 1,75 then the next target is 1.29
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