unemon, myself, you and all others are putting their credibility at risk at any given statement .....
unemon and myself are betting at a big correction here ..... we monitor our statements' fundamentals oftenly as to try and convince we are serious when speaking ....
May 16th, 2013
May 23rd, 2013
just keeping it tracked .....
charles, it's boring for one reason .... 5c drop happens too often ..... Lee pumps up, market sell at any given pump ..... it's not Unemon's fault ..... he is just trying to report LLEN and Lee's game, sincerely and generously ..... for the benefit of all of us
Some are even predicting a more lasting turnaround for the solar-panel market, as the pain of the last few years turns to gain. In a report released today, Lux Research, which provides research and consulting services about new technologies, notes that:
"Manufacturers’ nightmare is turning into a long-term boon for the industry. Record low prices pushed gross margins to near zero or below, but they’ve made solar installations competitive in more markets…supply and demand will come back into balance in 2015, easing price pressure, returning manufacturers to profitability and restoring the industry to equilibrium…"
They estimate that the solar market could grow to $155 billion by 2018, with strong growth in the U.S, China, Japan and India.
The New York Times is reporting that the U.S. and Europe have decided that they’d be better off negotiating a deal with China than hitting its solar-panel makers with punitive tariffs
A person familiar with the mater : "the plan that is starting to take shape would essentially carve up the global solar panel market into a series of regional markets. It would sharply raise the price of solar panels exported from China, the world’s dominant producer, by requiring Chinese companies to charge more while limiting the total number of solar panels they could ship."
In exchange, Chinese companies would no longer be charged steep taxes on their exports of solar panels. The United States is already collecting tariffs totaling about 30 percent while the European Union is expected to impose similar tariffs of about 50 percent on June 5, and may backdate them to March 5.
See you at $3 anytime soon in June '13
if you watch level 2, you'll see there are no buyers .... Lee has finished his savings on this .... LLEN facing bankruptcy if fund raising does not pass through ....