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  1. dydo

    Beyond Solar

    Portola is purely the revenue growth story. If think of the revenue of $100M in 2019, the PE is about 10. In my opinion there is a potential for recovery beyond 20 but patience would be advisable. Too many shortsellers are crowding the stock. I do not own it for sometime. I am to engaged elsewhere and do not have cash. If I did I likely would buy to see where it goes. Proceed with caution
  2. dydo

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    No idea. I think the transparency behind some of the moves are pressing the shares as timelines allow shorts to act.
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    Beyond Solar

    Sangamo 2020 pipeline slide
  4. dydo

    Beyond Solar

    Once again Sangamo got destroyed. Phase 3 for hemophilia confirmed and transferred to Pfizer with IND done in new year.
  5. Hi there, we have received enough contributions to give us additional two years of hosting. Thank you everyone. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Enjoy the holiday season.
  6. Hi all we have received additional $96 CAD (after PayPal tax). Thank you everyone for your contributions.
  7. Hi all, a final request for this year, we are still short $165 CAD before PayPal tax for the two year plan for hosting. In Christmas spirit I hope we can get support from the members, visitors.... We have Google ads as well, but nobody is clicking those....the traffic is really small as well. All the best
  8. I moved PEGI thread into M&A folder. Thanks
  9. I did not read the article so cannot comment on it. I imagine Hobo offers logical and analytical support for his outcomes. My view about Sunpower based on results of the company could not be more accurate, yet the market has kept the zombie intact to prove me wrong. My points in my articles were always logical, but logic is not necessarily mother of success in the market, certainly not in a short term. The emotion is. SPWR is splitting its unprofitable business, which I think allows it to be absorbed into fog of nothing in time. In a short term there is an excitement that parts of zero will produce better result than zero. I do not buy it, and I have not bought SPWR having a future for likely a half a decade. Yet the company is still here. Canadian Solar did pretty much everything right, it is one of most profitable companies in solar universe for period of 10 years, next to FSLR. I am sure someone could do a decade analysis on this to support my off cuff statement. Optics show that under $15 CSIQ is much more attractive than FSLR. Yet the chances are FSLR will be gaining here and FSLR will linger down to $12. CSIQ transitioned every piece of plan into action, modified it but managed. Since the prophecies about Canadian plants sold and disintegration of CSIQ as inevitable soon after, they won in Japan, won in Brazil, won in Mexico. Finally, they won in the US despite another prophecy about leading to bankruptcy acquisition of Recurrent. Still for someone who got up from a decade-long coma and looked at the company today it remains as never fulfilled opportunity. This is the issue for solar as whole. A paradise for traders but nightmare for long term investors.
  10. A pretty good evidence how investing in solar has zero logical predictability. FSLR earning cents with PE of 60s and Canadian with market cap lesser than bankrupt Sunpower.
  11. Hi all, delayed thank you for another contribution received recently, overall we are about $164.50 from achieving our goal for hosting costs' based on my estimate. The renewal is in August 2020, so still plenty of time, to make a donation. All the best
  12. CANADIAN SOLAR SETS A 22.80% CONVERSION EFFICIENCY WORLD RECORD FOR P-TYPE LARGE AREA MULTI-CRYSTALLINE SILICON SOLAR CELL http://investors.canadiansolar.com/news-releases/news-release-details/canadian-solar-sets-2280-conversion-efficiency-world-record-p
  13. We have received additional $121.80 (after fees). The total collected is $587.65, leaving $212.35 for our overall goal. Once again, thank you to all who have donated to the cause.
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