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    vran
    vran
    Either way ruling goes - FSLR is positioned for growth and handsome returns .. go long .. don't be fooled by near term ups - downs .. this will reach $75 within 2 earnings .. series 6 will be game changer .. word is going solar - no looking back - GO LONG! Good luck ..
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    I don't see how the ruling either way is bad for The stock... they will benefit either way... maybe I am missing something here...
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    upand2theright
    upand2theright
    FSLR needs to hold $46.80-ish support or we could be looking at 8-10% drop...
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    AlabamaHobo
    AlabamaHobo
    Is FSLR on discount for now. Looking to buy some today as the technical are saying its going to 70s soon.
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    financescience
    financescience

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/09/17/tillerson-trump-open-staying-paris-climate-accord-right-conditions/

    Tillerson: Trump Open to Staying in Paris Climate Accord, 'Under the Right Conditions' - Breitbart
    Tillerson: Trump Open to Staying in Paris Climate Accord, 'Under the Right Conditions'
    www.breitbart.com
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    upand2theright
    upand2theright

    First Solar upped at Deutsche Bank - $65 Target.

    https://seekingalpha.com/news/3295679-first-solar-upped-buy-deutsche-bank

    First Solar upped to Buy at Deutsche Bank
    First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR) +2.8% premarket after Deutsche Bank upgrades shares to Buy from Hold and raises its price target to $65 from $50, saying its channel checks indicate that robust U.S. de
    seekingalpha.com
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Geez it's about time
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    upand2theright
    upand2theright
    Takeover rumors starting to bubble up again on FSLR....would have to be a large offer for this management to sell out IMO.
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    financescience
    financescience

    https://www.fool.com/investing/2017/09/16/3-stocks-that-look-just-like-exxonmobil-in-1996.aspx?yptr=yahoo

    3 Stocks That Look Just Like ExxonMobil in 1996 @themotleyfool #stocks $XOM, $FSLR, $EOG, $CJ
    www.fool.com
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    Psgmed
    Psgmed
    Rising with good volume. A break of 51.84 could move it up to 60.55 in short term. Technical strong buy at stoxline.
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    New target $65.... easy
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    Sam Oht
    Sam Oht
    This has been overbought for 14 weeks straight. Which is a huge amount of time for the history of this stock.
    If it drops it will be fast and deep.
    What would you guys do if this dropped to $30 ? It left a gap there on May 3.
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    TheBurningMan
    TheBurningMan
    Thought on the impact of section 201 decision (due 9/22) on fslr?
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    financescience
    financescience

    https://www.benzinga.com/analyst-ratings/analyst-color/17/09/10062568/4-reasons-deutsche-bank-upgraded-first-solar

    4 Reasons Deutsche Bank Upgraded First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR)
    Between successful product development and a favorable regulatory environment, First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) is in a good place, according to Deutsche Bank. Analyst Vishal Shah...
    www.benzinga.com
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    kwun
    kwun
    I know FSLR won't let me down, it's reach to my September target price $55
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    Joe
    Joe
    looks like the insiders know the ruling and are dumping, hence the downward pressure on the stock, who says insider trading is illegal.
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    zack
    zack
    Old hi in2013 was $80!
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    Charles
    Charles

    Fools talk because they have to say something. http://dataunion.tistory.com/1986

    [2016-MAY] First Solar NASDAQ : FSLR Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 2,830 NASDAQ Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.7 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stock
    dataunion.tistory.com
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    tester363737
    tester363737
    Panels piling up all over the place becoming a hazard
    A Clean Energy’s Dirty Little Secret
    Discarded solar panels are piling up all over the world, and they represent a major threat to the environment ...
    www.nationalreview.com
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    Craig
    Craig
    I don't agree with Josh's opinion at InvesterPlace. One problem with his analysis is his efficiency comparison of modules. Informed people know the difference in lab vs site location are huge, and hot humid locations are First Solar's bread and butter. Also, the retail solar comparison is mute. Again, informed people know First Solar is more involved with commercial and utility applications. In my opinion the article is poorly done.