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taexpert928 120 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 19, 2014 9:20 PM Member since: Aug 22, 2011
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  • Reply to

    A theory behind the recent HSOL meltdown

    by taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 6:37 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 8, 2014 2:01 AM Flag

    Since the results should be announced on 8/28/14 , then short sellers had sufficient time by 8/28/14 to take the stock down to 1.75, cover their 3.4M shares and go long . The recent large volume verifies this theory.

  • Reply to

    Received msg from Solarone

    by taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 1:47 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 7, 2014 10:43 AM Flag

    So far Combs kept his two promises: One new PR ( 2MW deal in Turkey) and date of earning report (28/8)

    Now Combs needs to keep his promise of " The earning report will positively surprise investors"

  • Now he needs to keep his promise of " The earning results will positively surprise investors"

  • Reply to

    A theory behind the recent HSOL meltdown

    by taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 6:37 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 7, 2014 10:02 AM Flag

    I prepared a list of 8 questions to ask. . Are you planing to participate?

  • News 8/7/14: Hanwha SolarOne modules power 2MW PV plant in Turkey
    Conor Ryan - 07 August 2014, 03:45In News, Power Generation, Project Focus

    Hanwha SolarOne modules power 2MW PV plant in Turkey

    The facility is located on a 15.4-hecate site in the Turkish province of Kayseri, Cappadocia. Image: Hanwha
    PV module manufacturer Hanwha SolarOne has successfully supplied 2MW of its modules to the recently completed Ozkoyuncu Solar Enerji power plant in the Turkish province of Kayseri, Cappadocia.

    Turkish EPC contractor Else Enerji completed the plant on behalf of one of the largest mining companies in the country – Ozkoyuncu Mining Co. Based on a number of tests and reviews performed by German testing institute TÜV Rheinland, Hanwha qualified as the PV module supplier for the project.

  • SunRise Power, Cosma and Hanwha SolarOne to Deliver Bankable PV Solutions to Mexico

    Published on May 27, 2014 at 3:37 AM

    SunRise Power, a leading Canadian provider of photovoltaic (PV) systems and engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance services (EPCM) is pleased to announce a cooperation with Cosma International, a leading global metal forming supplier and Hanwha SolarOne, a top 10 global photovoltaic module manufacturer, to deliver bankable PV system solutions to the Mexican PV market.
    "We are excited to announce this cooperation with Cosma and Hanwha SolarOne which will help bring bankable Canadian EPCM experience to the deployment of over 1GigaWatt of utility scale PV and multi-MegaWatts of rooftop PV projects in the rapidly growing Mexican PV market," said Paul Pauze, President of SunRise Power.

    "This cooperation is a key element of our long term growth strategy, which intends to extend the benefits of the Canadian business model and its associated engineering expertise to provide clean, secure energy to Mexican businesses and properties."

    "Mexico is rapidly emerging as a leading market for solar PV installations, so we're excited to partner with leading solutions providers like SunRise Power to bring a world-class customer experience," said Doug Urban, Managing Director Hanwha SolarOne.

  • Conor Ryan - 07 August 2014, 03:45In News, Power Generation, Project Focus

    Hanwha SolarOne modules power 2MW PV plant in Turkey

    The facility is located on a 15.4-hecate site in the Turkish province of Kayseri, Cappadocia. Image: Hanwha
    PV module manufacturer Hanwha SolarOne has successfully supplied 2MW of its modules to the recently completed Ozkoyuncu Solar Enerji power plant in the Turkish province of Kayseri, Cappadocia.

    Turkish EPC contractor Else Enerji completed the plant on behalf of one of the largest mining companies in the country – Ozkoyuncu Mining Co. Based on a number of tests and reviews performed by German testing institute TÜV Rheinland, Hanwha qualified as the PV module supplier for the project.

  • Aug 6, 2014
    Alvogen Acquiring DreamPharma for $187M
    Alex Philippidis
    Alvogen said today it is acquiring DreamPharma for $187 million cash, in a deal that creates one of South Korea’s largest generic pharmaceutical companies—and helps the buyer in its quest to become a top-five pharma within the Asia-Pacific market.

    Alvogen said DreamPharma brings it a complementary portfolio of over 100 products—as well as a 35% market share in obesity products in South Korea.

    Because those offerings do not overlap with the portfolio it has marketed since acquiring Kunwha Pharmaceuticals in December 2012, Alvogen said the consolidated business creates a strong platform for exports and a basis for introducing the Korean portfolio into other APAC markets.

  • Reply to

    A theory behind the recent HSOL meltdown

    by taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 6:37 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 9:03 PM Flag

    What about the automation of HSOL that they announced in Q1 earning conference? Automation is not investment???

  • taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 8:36 PM Flag

    docscien

    Your are confused & irrational person. I am sure that your PHD in science is a fake !

    There is no conflict between my 2 posts. Just read today article and understand that Hanwha wants to sell assets for cash. Hanwha might want to sell HSOL company to other Chinese solar company and stop the competition between HSOL & Qcells. Four years ago other Chinese Solar companies like Trina & JinkoSolar were interested to buy SolarFun and maybe they should buy it now when Hanwha needs cash.

    I knew about possible selling of Solarone 3 weeks ago from one of my sources in Germany.

  • taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 7:08 PM Flag

    Maybe now is the time to sell HSOL and perhaps after the positive earning results that IR is stating in his emails. If today Korean Times article is correct then it make sense to sell HSOL and continue with Q-cells which has lower debt level.

  • Reply to

    A theory behind the recent HSOL meltdown

    by taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 6:37 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Aug 6, 2014 7:02 PM Flag

    from your article:

    "All these group's recent sellouts are rather a pre-emptive measure to increase its liquidity," said the local brokerage. "[Hanhwa] wants to focus more on the solar energy business, which has been making a rebound recently, and to trim the businesses that have been struggling. It needs to do so, especially now while global economic conditions are unpredictable."

  • There are 3.4M shorted shares as of 7/15/14. If the short sellers have received the same email of IR about " Q2 results will positively surprise investors" then short sellers could be behind the recent meltdown to cover their 3.4M shorts . Since the results should be announced on 8/29/14 according to several emails, then short sellers have sufficient time by 8/29/14 to take the stock down , cover their 3.4M shares and go long . The recent large volume verifies this theory.

    I am sure , large short sellers have spoken directly with Combs and he told them all about the coming " positive surprise".

  • I was concerned about the everyday crashing of this POS. I also have lost huge money on this big value trap. I sent a msg to IR and received similar wording:

    "Our 2Q report later in August will positively surprise investors. I think you will see conditions improve beginning in the Q2. "

    If HSOL is not dis-informing it shareholders then:
    1) Why the stock is crashing day after day and there is no purchasing power?
    2) Why somebody is keep selling everyday?
    3) Why after the 10% crash of Monday we have another crash of 5% today?
    4) Where is the announcement of the earning day that Combs promised 2 weeks ago?
    5) Why there is no news as Combs promised 2 weeks ago in his email?
    6) Why Solarone does not try to stop this huge meltdown of their flag ship stock?

  • This is huge news that has been ignored by the market. Providing health insurance for large businesses is a big business and will increase revenues significantly in Q4/2014

  • Healthcare Business News

    EHealth aims for larger share of subsidized insurance market

    By Paul Demko
    Posted: July 31, 2014 - 7:30 pm ET
    Tags: Finance, HealthCare.gov, Income, Insurance Exchanges, Insurance, Medicare, Revenue

    Online brokerage eHealth is planning to be much more active in signing up individuals for coverage who qualify for subsidies during the 2015 open-enrollment period, company officials said during a call with investors Wednesday. The company was largely thwarted in its efforts to sign up subsidized customers during the 2014 open-enrollment period because of technical problems.

    Gary Lauer, the CEO of eHealth, said that significant technical problems remain in working with HealthCare.gov and the state exchanges, and that he doesn't expect them to be resolved before the next open enrollment period begins Nov. 15. But Lauer believes manual workarounds have been developed that will allow the company to be much more successful in signing up individuals with incomes up to 400% of the federal poverty threshold.

    Nearly 90% of the individuals who purchased coverage through the federal exchange during the 2014 enrollment period qualified for subsidies, according to the CMS.

  • Reply to

    Heading for a 52 week low.

    by todadamson Jul 28, 2014 3:53 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Jul 28, 2014 7:33 PM Flag

    wing

    you are one of the more sensible people who post on this board. I appreciate your opinion. Can you honestly explain why you thing HSOL will be sub $1 soon ? At $1 MC will be $80M and P/S at 0.1.

    If you know something very important , please let us know. I appreciate your opinion

  • Reply to

    Heading for a 52 week low.

    by todadamson Jul 28, 2014 3:53 PM
    taexpert928 taexpert928 Jul 28, 2014 6:22 PM Flag

    wing

    you are one of the more sensible people who post on this board. I appreciate your opinion. Can you honestly explain why you thing HSOL will be sub $1 soon ? At $1 MC will be $80M and P/S at 0.1.

    If you know something very important , please let us know. I appreciate your opinion.

  • taexpert928 taexpert928 Jul 18, 2014 6:01 PM Flag

    The only thing BS is you with your nonsense pumping this stock in last year. Nobody cares about you stupid think about this stock. You should be ashamed of so much damages you caused to so many people who listened to your endless pumping. A lot of people hate you including me.

    Now regarding selling HSOL:

    1) Why Hanwha dont merge these 2 competing companies (HSOL, QCELL)?
    2) Why they hired a new CEO that has special experience in M&A ?
    3) Why Hanwha sold Pharma division to raise cash and also is considering other affiliates to sell?
    4) How letting q-cell and HSOL competing everyday in Japan and EU is a good biz practice?

    I am sure you cant rationally answer these question because you are too stupid!

  • taexpert928 taexpert928 Jul 18, 2014 12:08 PM Flag

    profit from selling what product?

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