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    One thing I find interesting is they say demand is mostly down in the residential segments in Europe and U.S. while utility seems to be affected little. This bodes well for FSLR and not so good for residential-centric companies such as RUN and ENPH.
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    It really depends on the amounts and risk. If demand is not impacted as Jinko wants you to believe and you believe margins will maintain in the upper teens, buy a little an buy more if it goes down. I would take a full position in the 8 to 10 range. i bought right before earnings and dumped on earnings. Lost a couple grand. I am out for now. Too much market uncertainty
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    i buy now, preferential jks if delta to csiq 1-1,5 bucks.if more i swap csiq-s to jks
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    Not all that glitters is gold (ancient Chinese proverb). Be careful you guys.
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    JinkoSolar to Report Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Results on March 13, 2020
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    UhOh, this is bad news for FSLR, BP has indicated that all their power stations being built are being built using double sided modules. They ran a test project a few years ago and found it was well worth it. They would be disappointed if the plants only generated 8% more power. They expect a minimum of 12% in properly designed systems. They are getting better ROI on the projects and with historical data they are able to get better financing. http://guangfu.bjx.com.cn/news/20200303/1049740.shtml Chris Buckland, Technical Director of BP Light Sources, a British photovoltaic project developer, once introduced GTM (Greentechmedia): "In the UK, if the rest of the system is properly designed, then if we find that the double-sided technology improvement is less than 8%, we It will be very disappointing. We expect a gain of up to 12%, especially in less sunny areas such as Northern Ireland. We are very confident, and our investors are now confident


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