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  • Earnings Dec 3rd on APWR 7 comments
    Dec 2, 2009 11:18 AM | about stocks: APWR, GE
    Tomorrow is a day that will make me or break me for a week or a month.  Why do I say this ???  Well, some of u have NO idea of my position and to say overweighted LONG would be quite the understatement.  I follow (OTC:APWR) more than anyone out there and my 2009 target price was $19 which was .30 cents away last Friday at $18.70.   In 3 days time, the big boys have come in , planted some doubt and fear (see Motley Fool and Street.com articles of total fear and stupidity) and the big boys scooped up another 5 million shares of the 21.5 million outstanding.   The Sr MGT of APWR holds 14 million shares and is NOT selling for love nor money!

    What makes it almost comical reading and analyzing investors sentiments is the FEAR and WORRIES of investing into a Chinese company partnered with several large USA companies.   Do U honestly think (NYSE:GE) would have partnered for the largest gear box factory in world with APWR for all of GE Asia if GE did not feel APWR was worthy of the partnership????

    Does one think USREG and Cielo would partner for a 1.5 billion Texas Wind Farm if they did NOT feel APWR was worthy of partnering and could provide the wind turbines and more importantly, the FINANCING???

    With Cielo having a 4000MW backlog of wind development backlog, why do u think APWR and USREG are going to build a USA WIND TURBINE manufacturing 1100MW plant inside the USA ????

    Some folks looking for LONG TERM INVESTING (I mean 3 years from now) need to get into APWR before  APWR lifts off tomorrow when plans and details of past MOU's are turned into revenues during 2010!

    Author is VERY LONG (OTC:APWR)

    Disclosure: LONG APWR
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  • robdoc
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    Appreciate your updates and information.
    I added at $8 and $10 and would like to add some more...probably not anywhere near your sizeable position...but still very real money.
    I had considered adding last week...but am glad that I did not as I certainly can afford more shares today.
    The volume through the day has been light except in the a.m. it seems.
    I definitely agree that APWR long is a wise investment...especially considering possible MOU's.
    "Once bitten twice shy" is definitely the feeling that is out there with regard to APWR's earnings...they have disappointed this year...and the stock prices have dived unbelievably. If adding can be done at the lowest price then more shares can be held for the long run.

     

    I am thinking about allocating half of available funds before earnings and half after. Although I think that earning will probably surprise to the upside.

     

    Thoughts?
    2 Dec 2009, 02:26 PM Reply Like
  • winnersdon'tquit
    , contributor
    Comments (211) | Send Message
     
    THOSE INVESTORS WHO HAD CONFIDENCE IN THE INITIAL PREMISE THAT ALTERNATIVE ENERGY DEMAND IN UNDER DEVELOPED COUNTRIES WOULD NECESSITATE A COMPANY SUCH AS APWR (CHINA'S LEADING ENERGY PRODUCER), TO OUTPERFORM, JUST MAY EVENTUALLY WILL BE REWARDED.

     

    SURPRISINGLY, EVEN IN THE US, APWR ABILITY TO
    NEGOTIATE,FINANCE, AND PRODUCE A PROJECT THE SIZE OF THE W.TEXAS "DEALS" HAS WOKEN UP THE STREET, THAT THESE GUYS ARE THE REAL DEAL.

     

    AS WINDFORME STATES YOU JUST DON'T GET THAT CREDABILITY WITH THE WORLD'S MAJOR PLAYERS FOR NO REASON AT ALL.

     

    AS FATE HAD IT ,APWR WAS THE CHOSEN ONE, IT APPEARS.

     

    HOPEFULLY, APWR WILL TAKE US ALL TO THE BANK.
    3 Dec 2009, 06:46 AM Reply Like
  • Sinoman
    , contributor
    Comments (73) | Send Message
     
    0.28 v 0.31, looks like a +9% miss. Off big yesterday, gotta peel off some more today. . . .ouch, that's gotta hurt when you're. . .
    3 Dec 2009, 07:22 AM Reply Like
  • wind4me
    , contributor
    Comments (876) | Send Message
     
    Author’s reply » today, U would have been right and wrong given the volatility , APWR definetly not your average slow mover. The Conf Call was quite enlightening, i had NO idea of the solar potential of APWR

     

    the 3 booked DPG contracts makes me sleep well into the future, as APWR always has been a DPG company with a Wind kicker and now a Solar kicker to boot! Check my blog for info, comment if U like
    www.Wind4me.com

     

    it was a damn good day for me, most unsettling PRE market but after hearing the solar side and the """MULTIPLE"""" BILLION deals coming in Wind, I took a breathe finally end of conf Call

     

    On Dec 02 02:26 PM robdoc wrote:

     

    > Appreciate your updates and information.
    > I added at $8 and $10 and would like to add some more...probably
    > not anywhere near your sizeable position...but still very real money.
    >
    > I had considered adding last week...but am glad that I did not as
    > I certainly can afford more shares today.
    > The volume through the day has been light except in the a.m. it seems.
    >
    > I definitely agree that APWR long is a wise investment...especially
    > considering possible MOU's.
    > "Once bitten twice shy" is definitely the feeling that is out there
    > with regard to APWR's earnings...they have disappointed this year...and
    > the stock prices have dived unbelievably. If adding can be done at
    > the lowest price then more shares can be held for the long run.
    >
    >
    > I am thinking about allocating half of available funds before earnings
    > and half after. Although I think that earning will probably surprise
    > to the upside.
    >
    > Thoughts?
    3 Dec 2009, 04:48 PM Reply Like
  • wind4me
    , contributor
    Comments (876) | Send Message
     
    Author’s reply » (APWR) is the chosen one by the Chinese government, sometimes in China, its not what you know, its WHO U know!

     

    On Dec 03 06:46 AM winnersdon'tquit wrote:

     

    > THOSE INVESTORS WHO HAD CONFIDENCE IN THE INITIAL PREMISE THAT ALTERNATIVE
    > ENERGY DEMAND IN UNDER DEVELOPED COUNTRIES WOULD NECESSITATE A COMPANY
    > SUCH AS APWR (CHINA'S LEADING ENERGY PRODUCER), TO OUTPERFORM, JUST
    > MAY EVENTUALLY WILL BE REWARDED.
    >
    > SURPRISINGLY, EVEN IN THE US, APWR ABILITY TO
    > NEGOTIATE,FINANCE, AND PRODUCE A PROJECT THE SIZE OF THE W.TEXAS
    > "DEALS" HAS WOKEN UP THE STREET, THAT THESE GUYS ARE THE REAL DEAL.
    >
    >
    > AS WINDFORME STATES YOU JUST DON'T GET THAT CREDABILITY WITH THE
    > WORLD'S MAJOR PLAYERS FOR NO REASON AT ALL.
    >
    > AS FATE HAD IT ,APWR WAS THE CHOSEN ONE, IT APPEARS.
    >
    > HOPEFULLY, APWR WILL TAKE US ALL TO THE BANK.
    3 Dec 2009, 04:50 PM Reply Like
  • wind4me
    , contributor
    Comments (876) | Send Message
     
    Author’s reply » those with NO Gnads make NO money

     

    On Dec 03 07:22 AM Sinoman wrote:

     

    > 0.28 v 0.31, looks like a +9% miss. Off big yesterday, gotta peel
    > off some more today. . . .ouch, that's gotta hurt when you're. .
    > .
    3 Dec 2009, 04:50 PM Reply Like
  • COMMANDANT
    , contributor
    Comments (3) | Send Message
     
    I own 190 contracts at .65 of the Dec 19 17.5 APWR Calls and dont know what to do right now. Any advice would be extremely appreciated.
    9 Dec 2009, 10:45 AM Reply Like
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