I just heard of SLTD two or three weeks ago on the SPWR board. I heard of KNDI just from readling about TSLA and was bummed in missed the big move last year on TSLA. I don't subscribe to any special news letter. I just stick with alternative energy and organic food. And luckily...those are big growth industries. I feel it is still very very very early for SLTD and KNDI. Did you see the post about the PE of SLTD? This should be priced at about $7 right now.
It would be great if there was an article done up on this. Please post this on the boards of some other solar stocks. RSOL, SPWR, FSLR
By the way.. at this moment I own 10, 000 shares of KNDI, 140, 000 shares of SLTD and 4, 000 shares of SPWR. I sold 2000 shares of SPWR at $31.84. So I am down from my 6000 shares that I held at an average of $19.60.
Well that did not last long...I guess you do read my post. I am open to reality at all times...and I do not disengage from the conversation. I welcome all views. You choose to make conclusions about me based on a word here or there....but reality is that I am mostly in cash. I day trade just like you. I hold only 3 stocks long...and I have huge gains. What exactly is your argument Chasin? Lets let the results do the talking. We can continue this conversation for the next 40 years. You can have the number of my accountant. I have 2015 35 calls on SPWR. My top picks for this year are SPWR, KNDI, SLTD, NGVC, HAIN. Give me your top 5 picks for the year.
Apple 13 % below high, 30% above low. KNDI 27% below high, 320% above low. Its about picking the right stocks. In the big picture its about performance. Institutions can't save a bad stock...and the lack of institutional support cannot hold back a great stock.
Lets stay grounded in reality.
FSLR is down considerably more from its high of $66 than SPWR is from its high of $36. In the bigger picture institutional support has not supported FLSR into being a better nor more stable stock.
Only sell if you don't believe earnings will be solid. In which case, why did you buy? A week away from the beginning of earnings for the sector.
Maybe...but i wouldn't be so certain. SPWR has risen 10-15% in a day many a time... it will again. With all the fluctuations and conspiracy theories.....the vast majority of stocks still gravitate around earnings. If SPWR misses....then were in real trouble. But with another blow out.....we will be back in mid 3O's before long.
Well if third parties are all ready making panels for SPWR then its a question of how much excess capacity they have. Are you sure that's actually what's going on? How do they do that while protecting their proprietary information? Seems like someone would address this in an article. The very question was asked but not answered in a recent seeking alpha piece.If SPWR can show that they have the capacity to grow as much as reasonably possible this would put to rest a lot of questions.
This is huge. 1000 bagger;. SLTD now has outlet to for the the most efficient panels in the world. They should quickly get bought up by SPWR (with the help of Total) or FSLR. If not SLTD will one day be doing the buying up of the big boys.
Thanks much. But with Sunworks ....SLTD suddenly has cash flow and a market to start putting those panels out there within a year or so.
I can imagine it... the board does not talk much of specifics though.....so they are going to sell their technology and allow others to product the panels? Does not seem likely. And if they did how much would they make for selling info? As they build more projects and continue to own and/or maintain those projects that certainly provides residual income...but I don't know what kind of percentage of total income that can become. At some point SPWR becomes a huge energy owner and supplier....with a large percentage of residual income from just owning and maintaining. But I don't know if that is 5, 10, or 30 years down the road. The simple way to look at it is can they grow 25% a year for 12 years and finance that growth through profits and still have profit left over? If so the stock could double every four years. Which would put it at about $280 in 12 years. That price seems realistic to me....but I don't think financing that growth from there own profit is realistic. It needs to come from outside sources such as crowdfunding....which brings us back to the beginning of the conversation. If with outside financing....SPWR still has to product more panels one way or another. And the new plant increasing capacity by 25% only scratches the surface.
Not a chance. It would only open at .1190 if someone was willing to sell at that price. Just like you can set your buy order at .12. Shareholders can set their sell order far above that. You will never again see this at .12. It will open at twice that....maybe more. This is called a gap. Not all gaps get filled.
If not ...when?