I know this sounds like a joke...but i have an very nice solar powered flashlight...i charge it on the dash of my car and the charge last for 5 days. That flashlight is super bright. It is possible to store solar energy even in a flashlight...sun does not need to shine for you to have power.
Im officially at $104k profit on SPWR since mid August. Im just stupid enough to concentrate nearly all my money on one stock. Sometimes stupid allows intuition to kick in.
Yes...Timing. Clearly, when a stock is surging...all of the near term calls...(Nov)...go up much more than the long term calls (Jan 2015.) So even though i am well out of the money....the near term $39 went up 50% today....where as my long term $35 only went up 7%. Something to seriously get a handle on when it comes to maximizing working capital.
ok...but I have been buying the out of the Money calls because they are cheap...and then then...when they become close to the money...they surge. But your saying a $25 call probably gained more at $33 per share than my $35 calls?....if both were purchased lets say when the share price was $26.....
Lets say this goes to $60 in a couple months....is a $75 call going to increase more in general than a $35 call? I've only been at this for year.
My recently aquired Nov $39 calls are going up 3 times faster than my Jan 2015 calls...today anyway
Once its clear that not only profit...but huge growth is certain....the price triples to $90. Bucket...what kind of PE is reasonable for a high growth solar? The PE in 2007 must have been crazy. But with all the hurdles out of the way for solar...perhaps it begins trading at an even higher PE than 2007?
Can you give me a summary of what is specifically is the news with RSOL
SPWR ALREADY showed profit in 2nd quarter...and is expected to increase profit by 700% for 3rd. CSIQ also profitable in 4th
So what is a fair price for RSOL relative to the other solars?