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    TheNewBuffett
    $RUN conversation
    $RUN rated “BUY” with a 75 price target in new coverage at Needham, which translates into about 70% upside from last close.
    $FSLR with a “HOLD” rating at Needham.
    Needham is upbeat on Sunrun because of its leading market position in the solar industry, while it has near-term concerns about profit margin pressures for First Solar.
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    stocktargetadvisor
    $FSLR conversation
    $FSLR
    Maintains Morgan Stanley Underweight USD 57 » USD 61
    Initiates Coverage On KeyBanc Sector Weight
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    stocktargetadvisor
    $FSLR conversation
    $FSLR
    Upgrades Susquehanna Bancshares Positive USD 89 » USD 120
    Target Raised by Piper Sandler Neutral USD 80 » USD 89
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    StockStuffer
    $BE conversation
    I’m thinking with how $BE $PLUG $FCEL $BLDP $SPWR $FSLR and $CSIQ traded the same getting trashed for two week leads me to think a major fund or a few linked were lightening the load. You would have thought you were looking at the same stock with exact up and downswings on the minute. $FSLR pleased someone and the solar stocks broke back up a bit off the overall alternative energy trend. Solid Oxide Fuel Cell leader $BE reports after the bell and the individual companies might start moving on their own again. There is a lot to listen out for on Marine applications, Carbon capture, and their incumbent standard fuel cell that
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    Stocktor
    $TSLA conversation
    I remember when the cult said tesla deserved a $1 trillion market cap because of its "energy buisness" and other things like it was yesterday..............

    In fact it was yesterday.

    And speaking of yesterday, yesterday $FSLR, an $8 billion market cap company with a more normal, albeit still high, PE of 21, reported Q4 earnings, something that seems to elude tesla like two like kind magnetic poles,......

    ....of $1.08 per share, which missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.27 by 15%.

    Including one-time litigation losses, the company reported GAAP earnings of $1.09 per share against the GAAP loss of 56 cents recorded in the prior-year quarter.

    First Solar’s sales of $609.2 million in the reported quarter missed the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $720 million by 15.4%. Moreover, the top line plunged a massive 56.5% from the year-ago quarter’s $1,399.4 million.

    I mean tesla loses money on its insignificant (and for due cause) energy (aka solar panel) business,.... it loses money on its car business,....

    The cult tells us every business tesla is considered to be a start up in (after 20 years of being in business), when it matures, gives them a $1 trillion market cap, and so they deserve that now... and yet when you add up the market caps of all of these (mature) businesses already doing these things, it gives a market cap of $50 to $100 billion.

    1/10 to 1/20th of $1 trillion.

    tesla has failed. It's so yesterday.

    It's time to say good bye to yesterday, not good buy.
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    busines
    $FSLR conversation
    Armin13 hours agoReplied to a reaction
    $FSLR conversation
    For fun and stress relief? Why do you spend hours here bashing people? Same reason probably. But I'd say bashing stocks is more harmless than bashing people.
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    spacebee
    $JKS conversation
    Maybe I'm overly optimistic, but over the next 10 years solar could certainly have the same run up that the chip stocks had from 2008-2019. Market caps of ($JKS, $CSIQ, $ENPH, $FSLR, $SEDG, $SPWR, etc) are between $600MM-$5B

    Look at Chip stock Market Caps/Share Price from 2008/2009. Their market caps were close to what solar stocks are today in a similar high growth industry.

    MU 2008: ~$2B / 2019: ~$44B - 2100% increase
    AVGO 2009 ~$3B / 2019: ~$110B - 3566.67% Increase

    $10K on Broadcom in 2009 would be worth like >$150K today. You can see this kind of exponential increases out of many chip stocks that made it out of that era. So do you think Micron or Broadcom can grow another 10-20xs in the next 10 years like they did in the past in the next 10 years? I seriously doubt it, but I think JKS or FSLR easily could. Anyway, something to consider.. Hang in there on solar stocks.
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    Followup
    Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
    will be green next week. GL $flr $wkhs $ride $clii $xpev $nxpi $fslr. Next bill will be for infrastructure, green, and chip semiconductor.
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    BullFight-2020
    Sectors hot from yesterday evening getting into the morning.
    After GSA welcomed the Biden team transition, watch which sectors went up after hours
    Weed and solar
    Buy $JKS $FSLR $amph $sedg $tlry $acb

    I feel ev, weed and solar for now
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    Realisto
    $ENPH conversation
    a lot of sunshine ahead for solar energy stocks. $CSIQ $FSLR
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    stocktargetadvior
    $FSLR conversation
    $FSLR
    Reiterated by Robert W Baird Buy
    Upgrades Bank of America Buy USD 91
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    sonnycoates
    $FSLR , $SPWR, and Chinese Solar manufacturers dragging down entire sector in a ridiculous market overreaction - BUY and stay LONG.

    The Chinese market will contract, leading to oversupply. In the highly liquid global solar panel market, prices will fall and, while BNEF has put out a figure of 34% declines over the course of 2018, other  some analysts are reticent to put numbers on this.
    For the U.S. solar market, which has been impacted by import duties under the Section 201 process, this is good news. For U.S. manufacturers – including those who are building or buying factories – it is not.

    https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2018/06/07/what-chinas-subsidy-pull-back-means-for-u-s-solar-part-1/
    A flood of cheap solar panels is likely to partially offset the effect of the Section 201 duties. It may also mean the revival of projects with marginal economics and could lead to module supply contracts being renegotiated.
    A flood of cheap solar panels is likely to partially offset the effect of the Section 201 duties. It may also mean the revival of projects with marginal economics and could lead to module supply contracts being renegotiated.
    pv-magazine-usa.com
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    Nick
    $SPWR conversation
    First Solar $FSLR has been downgraded from analyst because Biden is likely to repeal solar tariffs. Maxeon stands to benefit from this. $SPWR SunPower and Maxeon are affilated and they sell Maxeon panels. So, tell me SPWR will not soar? Do not waver by this light dip. If you can, buy the dip!
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    Vs
    $UAA conversation
    All analyst action lately misleading all. Here is real reason.

    I have good amount of Tax loss last year. So in november, I brought bunch of In money calls. And Mid december I sold stock. Workout very well because price of stock raise quite a bit between november to December. In order to protect my gain, I sold bunch of different Calls expiring jan 19th. So I can claim tax loss without issues. Now nearly 10 of those calls got excercise ahead of time.

    Next I get call from my broker cover that short immediately. I force to buy it back and give up all my tax loss benefit for those 1000 stock which was biggest of all tax loss benefit.

    All these analyst working for those big player who shorted and now can't find volume to cover at lower price. Period.

    This is how badly Enitre stock market manipulated. Analyst will upgrade stock that all time high and will downgrade stock that all time low.

    $FSLR where I make most profit last year. I started buying $35 range and analyst keep downgrading, last downgrade put price target way below cash this company has on hand. Now this is company was still profitable even when most of other solar player can't make profit. Has history of better cost control and profitability yet they assign price target that below unrestricted cash on hand almost 50% below book value. Now that stock gone from $25 to $70+ since that last downgrade.
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    Dillon
    $RUN conversation
    Hold on to this for at least 5 years and you'll be very glad you did so. $RUN and $FSLR will lead the solar sector into the future.
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    Jim
    $AG conversation
    Silver is a core element for the manufacture of solar panels because it has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals. It is heavily used in solar panels, with around 20g per panel which equates to around 6.1% of the total cost of the price of building each unit. First Majestic Silver $AG $SOL $AGI $FSLR $SPWR $RUN
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    Mike
    $SQM conversation
    Governors from a dozen states are asking President Biden to ban the sale of cars and light trucks that emit greenhouse gases by 2035.
    Biden Makes New Pledge For U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A 50% Cut
    $TSLA $SQM $GM $VWAGY $FSLR $AAPL
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    FossilPoweredPollutingVehicle
    $SPWR conversation
    The bell weather $FSLR has broken the 50 DMA resistance. Which implies the likes of $SPWR $CSIQ will follow
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    InTheMoneyStocks
    $FSLR conversation
    Oil soars again, alt energy may be the next area to watch. Solar beaten down recently. Looking at $FSLR and $SPWR - Gareth Soloway
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    jarare
    $JKS conversation
    Do you think the Chinese Government will let this company go under with their Debt? What a joke in giving this company a market cap of $2.8B with $ 5B in sales of solar panels. The respective JASO, Trina Solar who moved out of the US stock market to China are commanding 3 times more Market Caps compared to SPWR CSIQ. Just to support China's own Solar installations these Chinese companies will be pumped by Chinese Government with truck loads of money. More over Chinese low price manufacturing capabilities wiped out most of the non-Chinese Solar companies except $FSLR and $SPWR/$MAXN.
    Can you imagine the fate of Chinese Solar panel domination around the world with monopoly, if FSLR and MAXN too get into trouble with margins with Chinese low-priced panels?
    In about 10 to 15 years, Chinese Solar panel companies may be supplying more than 70% to 90% of the world's Solar panels and they will grow to become the trillion-dollar companies.
    The Chinese solar companies that make panels can easily build low budget Inverters and Storage into their offerings and wipe out others.