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Strategy For 2014 Solar Portfolio: Consistent Value Generation, Pt. II
- Both, Canadian Solar and JinkoSolar, offer potential of double return.
- Current market is discounting solar stocks on first quarter slowdown perceptions.
- Canadian Solar revenue recognition is matter of time not credibility.
Strategy For 2014 Solar Portfolio: Looking For Undervalued Situations
- JA Solar operational improvements gone unnoticed by the market.
- Hanwha Solar's high margin rate is not reflected in the company's stock price.
- Both companies offer undervalued situation for solar investors.
- Hanwha SolarOne, A Forgotten Stepchild Of The Chinese Solar Boom
- JinkoSolar: A Rock Star Of The Solar Industry Is Born
- Canadian Solar Is Looking Strong In 2014
- Raising Expectations For Trina Solar's Third Quarter Results
- Q3 Profit Check For U.S.-Listed Chinese Solar Companies
- The EU Minimum Price Benefits Chinese Solar Companies
- Q2 Profitability Check For U.S.-Listed Chinese Solar Companies
- Chinese Solar Module Exports Show Record Growth During Q1 2013
- China's November Solar Shipments Add Concerns About Q4 Estimates
- Solar Industry And Burden Of Debt, Q1 2012 Edition
- U.S. Tariffs Are Non-Event, Says Largest Chinese Cell Maker JA Solar
- Hanwha SolarOne Posts Fifth Consecutive Quarter Of Declining Shipments
- Yingli Solar Ships Most Modules In Q1, Leads In Processing Costs
- SunPower Increases Quarterly Revenue, First Solar Sees Big Losses
- LDK Solar Takes $411.8 Million In Write-Downs In Q4
- Solar Industry And Burden Of Debt: A Q4 View
- U.S.-Listed Chinese Solar Companies Use Pricing To Fight Homegrown Rivals
- Solar Global View: Chinese Set To Lead In 2012 While New Markets Emerge
- The Aftermath Of Countervailing Duties Takes Priority Over Earnings Reports: American Equipment Makers May Lose The Most
- Solar Plant Development Is The Next Phase Of The Price War
- Suntech Will Not Impress In 2012 While Jinko May Join Ranks Of The Ordinary
- A Closer Look At Canadian Solar's Way Of Mapping The Industry's Future
- Manufacturing Costs At First Solar No Longer Offer Advantage Over The Chinese Solar Companies
- Long-Term Polysilicon Contracts Continue To Harm China's Solar Elite