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Canadian Solar Inc. (CSIQ)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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36.48-0.36 (-0.98%)
As of 12:47PM EDT. Market open.
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  • J
    JK
    Today's news about the residential energy storage solution is a game changer. Stunning how undervalued CSIQ is.
    Bullish
  • R
    Robert
    I still think they should change their name. It's not a knock on the company. I said it this morning, but the moderators deleted it. The idea is for marketing reasons. I mean Canada and Solar? From what I see the company is undervalued. Almost $6 billion in revs this year and just under $3 billion market cap. Isn't this board to discuss issues about the company?
  • W
    Wayne
    First Solar p/e 72 CSIQ p/e 19.
    All you really need to know.
  • B
    BRUCE
    Looking quickly at the Goldman opinion and the Investment Retirement Act solar provisions, Goldman's call seems irrational to me. If anything the buy recommendation should have been for CSIQ. Time will tell.
  • J
    JK
    Goldman Hacks comes out with a sell recommendation and $38 price target. The missed buying and now need to drive the price down to get in before the market valuation for CSIQ appropriately recognizes the huge revenue and earnings potential. Don't worry, they will change their recommendation and price target by Q4, after loading up.
  • C
    Carlos
    10 B, expected Revenues
    2.6 B, Market Cap

    0.26 x
  • L
    Leor B
    Ob baby! They created a new brand called EternalPlanet for their new, proprietary battery storage projects. The website is already up!

    http://www.eternalplanetenergy.com/index.html

    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/eternalplanet-to-launch-its-first-home-energy-storage-product-in-us-this-month-301620152.html
    Bullish
  • t
    trudeaurocks
    If CSIQ's name was "American..." instead of "Canadian...." it would be trading over $100.
  • J
    JK
    If you want to understand how grossly undervalued CSIQ is compared to competitors just do a comparison of CSIQ to SunRun. SunRun loses money. Has $2 billion in trailing revenue vs. $6.3 billion for CSIQ. SunRun market cap is 2.5X CSIQ.

    Assume half of that is because SunRun is overvalued and half because CSIQ is undervalued. CSIQ should be valued at $100 vs. the current $45. Insane.
  • f
    fredy
    Wow - a green island in the red see!
    This pars the lost to the downgrade.
    Bullish
  • C
    Cory
    tremendous growth and financials ahead. 2023 they will begin construction of their Polysilicon plant which will eventually lower opex. The only concern I have is their potential delisting in accordance with the HFCAA. Does anyone have any updates on this?
  • C
    Carlos
    The company is going to grow +50% and if we assume +25% sales growth we would be talking about around 10 B in 2023, so the fair or justified value is around $90
  • D
    David
    Yesterday, a brand new residential battery release to compete with enphase and solar edge, and today a new gigafactory with output of 10 Gwh per year for utility storage by late next year.

    How long to 20B in revenue? Not very long.
    Bullish.
  • R
    Ryan
    I bought this during the pandemic, but it kept crashing. It’s easy to pick stocks, but its hard to predict when everyone will take these coordinated actions. Is there a memo or something?
  • W
    Wayne
    GS and many other very large financial firms know they can greatly influence stock price and they USE analysts upgrades and downgrades to pad their positions.
    No different than insider trading, only its legal and they can and will do it to enhance their or their clients positioning.
    Analysts are not independent, they have bosses and can easily be swayed to take the company point of view even if it makes no sense.
  • K
    Kai
    Why can’t people just learn to hold?
  • D
    David
    Very excited about the new residential battery launch. Interested in details like price and sales channels. This could open up a pretty high margin business for CSIQ. Love to see CSIQ up 2% on a -5% day.
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