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Jetmoney last won the day on September 19

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  1. Canadian Solar (CSIQ)

    I was also hoping that Odyd is ahead of the curve and found information that regular investors/traders like me would not find. I am hoping that we are the early birds (benefited from Odyd 's sleuth work) that we will reap the rewards later, when the news are known to all.
  2. Canadian Solar (CSIQ)

    With all the CSIQ news (most to me perceived are good news) lately, the market cannot push its SP higher. Every time it pops up, it was sold into. Do investors really perceive these are not good news or traders are setting traps? With my biased bent, I think it tries to make holders frustrated and sell at the earliest opportunity with little gains. That had happened to me before. What do others think?
  3. TerraForm Power, Inc. (TERP)

    Oh, I see it now. It reported the yesterday closing price of $9.62, which is clearly wrong.
  4. Trading Solars

    bought some FSLR.
  5. TerraForm Power, Inc. (TERP)

    Up $3.5 now. Impressive in the face of solar weakness.
  6. Trading Solars

    DQ blew past its 52-week high on three times daily volume. Someone must know something.
  7. Trading Solars

    Wow, DQ is $10 higher than JKS now. Is DQ too expensive or JKS too cheap? Zack gives JKS a 5 rating (a sell). JKS has its earning estimate drop quite a bit. No wonder its SP has dropped quite a bit from the peak (less than a month ago).
  8. Trading Solars

    Not a good day in the solar land. In fact, solar stocks have been under pressure ever since the decision on Suniva's case. DQ continues its upward move while all solar manufacturers suffer. How can this be? JKS dropped the most (from north of $30 to less than $24). That is more than 20% drop in a short time span (was warned by Odyd). Hoping for a reverse trend soon.
  9. Trading Solars

    Also sold FSLR about the same price and just bought some CSIQ and JKS.
  10. Trading Strategy

    I see that you have 0% in solar at present. What risks do you see in solar at this point and which one has the worst risk among FSLR, JKS and CSIQ? Was it just the matter of valuations or there are other factors that concern you regarding solar investment now? Thank you for your inputs.
  11. Trading Strategy

    Explo, I remember that you did very well recently with the FSLR, JKS and DQ trades. Even with those profitable trades, you are still down almost 7% since 1/1/2016? Which sectors (investment funds) contributed to this loss? Had you just left your money in S&P500, you would have gotten +25% return on your money in that time span. Do you think going forward, this is the good strategy? I am a bit cautious of the general market at this point (especially the US market). Also, not knowing the detail of your investments, it seems risky to have such a high margin leverage in your investment. Good luck.
  12. Didn't they just announce increased dividend?
  13. Canadian Solar (CSIQ)

    These project debts are low risk, I think.
  14. Canadian Solar (CSIQ)

    Does csiq have to credit the buyers with 30%, making "30% equity investment would suggest a profit less sale"?
  15. Canadian Solar (CSIQ)

    If one looks at the gross profit against the equity investment, then it is quite good ROI. Debt was just the leverage, right?