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Found 9 results

  1. dydo

    Trading Strategy

    I am starting this thread for members to share their actions on the market outside of single trade. I see a lot of good info coming from members which are commenting on a larger scale than solar. I also see that solar universe is becoming land-locked with its internal issues. While I fully understand opportunities in contrarian approach, frequently market does not offer awards for being right, and in particular in solar it hard to be awarded if you get ahead of conditions, see them delivered only to observe no reaction or even negative reaction. Understanding limitations, this thread also combines beyond solar views. Finally, I am not sure where to package my thoughts on some plans I have for investing in dividend walks. For one, it takes a lot of time and effort to find things. It makes only sense to share this with those who support the cost of the side. I encourage everyone to share your views, in this scope. Thank you
  2. dydo

    Trading Solars

    Another staple from SPVI , short interest data. this time in the form of the link http://solarpvinvestor.com/database/short-interest-data/short-interest-2012
  3. explo

    JinkoSolar (JKS)

    Up 18% today on no news. I thought it was too cheap when it traded at $2.00, but I can't explain recent strength since it landed at $3.50. Maybe has something to do with LDK trouble, and provincial politics. Will Jinko as Jiangxi's other big solar benefit from the LDK situation?
  4. ZURICH, Switzerland and BAODING, China, Oct. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited (NYSE: YGE) ("Yingli Green Energy" or the "Company"), a leading solar energy company and one of the world's largest vertically integrated photovoltaic ("PV") manufacturers, which markets its products under the brand "Yingli Solar</person>", today successfully completed its Fifth Annual Customer Conference at the Home of FIFA, the Company's partner in developing a greener world through the passion of football, in Zurich, Switzerland. Yingli Green Energy was the first Chinese and the first renewable energy company in history to sponsor the FIFA World Cup™ in 2010 and 2014. Approximately 200 customers, partners and representatives from renowned international research institutes have joined the event in Zurich, the Swiss city located in the heart of Europe. The conference was opened by a welcome speech from Mr. Joseph S. Blatter</person>, President of FIFA, who attended the conference together with Mr. Thierry Weil</person>, FIFA Director of Marketing. Keynote speeches from Yingli Green Energy's Senior Vice President, Mr. Zhiheng Zhao</person>, Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Bryan Li</person> and Chief Strategy Officer, Mr. Yiyu Wang</person> followed. "We are honored that Yingli was able to host such an important event at the Home of FIFA. Yingli Solar</person> is a leader in the renewable industry and we are proud that Yingli is part of our family. Yingli did not only bring forth the knowledge of renewable energy to FIFA, but also to the world of football. Football is the largest and most popular sport in the world. Together with our passion for football and responsibility towards the environment, we are able to create a better and more sustainable future", said Mr. Joseph S. Blatter</person>, President of FIFA. "The solar industry is now at a critical turning point which will determine its long-term prosperity. We as a leading solar player are very well positioned to weather the headwinds. Our success demonstrates the attractiveness of our value proposition, brand reputation, strong partnerships and highly motivated employees. This year, we have become the global leader as measured by module shipment volume and we are confident to maintain this upward trend," said Mr. Zhiheng Zhao</person>, Senior Vice President of Yingli Green Energy. "Regardless of the current disruptions and building on the trust we have established with our long-term customers and partners, Yingli Green Energy has always proven to be able to come out as a winner in a highly competitive market. We are very proud to say that there is now more than 4.5 GW of Yingli Solar</person> modules installed worldwide in 38 countries. We remain confident to be able to continuously differentiate ourselves and be the supplier of choice to our committed partners," said Mr. Yiyu Wang</person>, Chief Strategy Officer of Yingli Green Energy. "We successfully navigated the policy uncertainty here in Europe and are working closely together with our customers on strategies to tackle new markets even beyond public incentives. It goes without saying that the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy complaint filed at the EU commission in July and September this year has cast a shadow on the European solar industry. However, we retain our optimism that Europe will remain a significant market for Yingli Green Energy, given the rapid reduction in the cost of solar deployment, electricity price inflation and the 2020 climate targets," said Darren Thompson</person>, Managing Director of Yingli Green Energy International AG.
  5. dydo

    ReneSola (SOL)

    Interestingly we did not have much info on the ReneSola in regards of their operational capacity. We are working on the article about Q3 shipments, showing significant drop in module shipments but ReneSola looks it is able beat its guidance on export numbers only (around 150MW)
  6. dydo

    JA Solar (JASO)

    JA looks like it has very small amount of sales on export, versus their projections. Those sales in Mainland will offset this hopefully.
  7. Hanwha is doing well these days. A lot of alignment with the global setting due to Koreans owning the company. Costs somewhat high, but should leverage on sales with huge potential for EPC segment.
  8. They have tried to sell the kitchen sink to get their quotas. I am surprised how well they managed their GM under the circumstances. They look quite messy on the balance sheet.
  9. dydo

    JKS Q2 Report

    Jinko reports Q2 results
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