This will be interesting to see if spwr announces some major utility size solar power plant deals soon. The country has big plans for renewables and weaning itself off coal power plants.
pump pump pump me up. Yeah baby. Get on board and buy buy buy. This is going to the moon....no, further than the moon. Ladies and gentleman we have blast off!
The problem is that they could post till they are blue in the face, but I would never see their posts because of the 100 pages I have liked plus the sponsored ads litter my newsfeed. Perhaps I haven't figured out how to manage what I see, but I have tried to do a Facebook cleanse and it is not easy to figure out how to delete stuff you have liked.
All other posts are advertisements and pages I have liked which I don't know how to clean out. I feel like FB is an annoying necessity to keep going but I am finding my time on FB has dramatically decreased. Anyone else seeing trends within their news feeds or amongst their friends?
thats funny. The way I see it is that we know sales will remain strong as spwr has said they are sold out for 2014. However, they face capacity restraints which will cap their sales and growth. The good news is that we know spwr will make earnings through next year with possible margin improvement and eps upside surprises with the accretive greenbiotics acquisition. As long as spwr doesn't need to drink from the well again and do further capital raises through convertible debt or secondaries, we should see gradual balance sheet improvement. Demand for solar certainly won't go away.
The question is how low do they need to go to attract buyers. Ask yourself if you are buying for the first time at what price do you want to jump in?
Where do you see 31.60 as a trend line. I don't see it. Volume is not supporting the drip lower. Today's close will be a truer indicator IMO. SPWR still in a longer term trend upwards. On a daily chart I have 28ish as the lower upward trend line. Would hate to see us go there again but its possible.
Just google the address and look at the satelite pictures. Everything is fine. You will also notice that the spwr plant is over 700 kilometers away from where most of the storm damage is located.
So buying a house with an old solar system on it is like buying a house with lien on it? THis seems like a sketchy proposition. I clearly do not have a good grasp on this at all.
Lets say you buy a house with a solar sytem installed that is 5 years old. Why would you assume the old lease and not negotiate a new lease based on the simple fact that the solar system you are assuming has now been depreciated 25% based on a 20 year life span so instead of making payments on a system that was originally valued at 10,000$, the new owner should now negotiate a payment based on a system that has a value of $7500. How does this work. Has anyone recently bought a house with a solar system installed?
on the 13th, spwr high was 32.78. Popped higher the next day and until now that daily gap had not been filled. SPWR is still channeling higher. No worries.