But he was also predicting that China will not hit the 14GW target (like as if it really matters).
While you are at it with IR, can you ask them to consider initiating $100M stock buy back? Stock is TOO CHEAP!!!
It's perfect for athletes. So many essential features built into this tiny device. Now, I can listen to music without my earbuds when running... With GPS tracking, I can run without worrying about how to get back to my origin. This is great for business travelers who don't know the areas very well.
People like you said exactly the same thing when UnderArmour was first introduced.
As an athlete, I will DEFINITELY buy the Apple Watch. No longer will I need to use my earbuds when listening to music from my Nano while doing my mtn biking, cycling, trail running, tennis, and etc. Furthermore, I will not have to carry my credit card with me now that my Apple Watch will have Apple Pay.
The last peak was when TSL released their Q1 earnings. Stock rallied up to $14.32 in May.
If we close above that level next Monday, we're off to $18 by year end.
I would never have thought that MU could actually go from $4 to $35 within 1.5 years...!! So yeah, anything can happen.
I would like for TSL management to declare $100M stock buyback. They don't have to buy back the stock immediately, but make the announcement to send a message that TSL stock is DIRT CHEAP!!
This great stock can not stay in the teens for this long!!
Any pullback from TSL ER is a huge buying opportunity! LOAD UP THE BOAT.
I was fortunate to pick up additional 1500 shs of JKS after the ER dip. Now, I'm already up and will hold through Q1 2015.
It will break below the $35 resistance. I would not want to hold this stock going into ER.
Disclosure: I was once a LULU STRONG BULL but went short luckily right before Christine Day announced her resignation. I have not own any LULU stock since (long or short).
It's Aug 28. It's going to be spectacular! The talk of tariff only pulls the demand forward while top and bottom lines will make TSL ever more profitable...! My guess GP will be around 20% in Q2.
I'm curious to know if the new CEO's stock option is now underwater. Now, he'll have to work 10X as hard to get DNDN sold to the right bidder...!
This is your standard cookie cuttter "throw in the kitchen sink" 10Q. Management is obligated to disclosed all risks. It's not like everyone hasn't already known about it.
However, noticed that the business has stabilized. That is the key metrics.