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  • Trina buys 51% stake in solar cell maker, will ramp its output [View news story]
    Thats exactly right. Trina seems to be the quiet one that will suddenly emerge as the leader.
    I find it amusing how many comments all the articles about Tesla are getting while the solar sector has pretty much fallen asleep on here in the midst of a game changing situation that will affect the planet more than anything from the energy sector in the last 200 years I would say. Now all we need are energy storage solutions and the US and EU finally being happy about china being willing to sell their solar panels below cost. How long can they possiby keep it up? I say buy all you can while they keep pumping them out for cheap as the law of economics says that this can't last.
    Feb 14 03:12 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Trina Solar Announces Acquisition of Majority Stake in Hubei Hongyuan [View article]
    Looks like Trina isn't too worried about the ITC and Solar world will once again shoot itself in the foot by turning the market against itself. The US market is obviously not as important as it used to be in the solar playing field.
    Feb 14 12:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Canadian Solar Joins Fund Raising Club [View article]
    Are those bonds and shares only available to the western market?
    Feb 12 02:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Economics Of A Solar Power Plant [View article]
    Are Apple's profits guaranteed for 20 years? No. Does that mean nobody invests in Apple while they show profits? No.
    At this point those are the figures and judging from JKS's report, the money is rolling in. China depends on sustainable energy more and more as time goes by and more and more as coal will pollute more of their cities. It certainly looks like Ipads would be easier to live without on planet earth than for China to be without sustainable energy. Who knows exactly what is going to happen but the energy sector will forever be a solid business in a industrial powerhouse.
    Feb 7 12:17 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Cramer's Mad Money - 10 Reasons Stocks Were Hit Hard (2/3/14) [View article]
    I would say once again betting exactly the opposite of what he says seems to be the best option as usual. He prefers First Solar over Trina Solar and solar is on hold, that's all I needed to hear. That man does not read the news but is a mouthpiece to whoever pays the most.
    Feb 4 12:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Now After A Miserable Monday? [View article]
    i262... If you were able to do what you claim you can, you would be the richest man on earth. Since you are not I have my doubts regarding your statement :)
    Feb 3 08:38 PM | 14 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JinkoSolar: A Rock Star Of The Solar Industry Is Born [View article]
    what do you predict the Q4 EPS will be with all the new shares out there? Is the Rock star burning too bright or is it well calculated?
    Feb 2 02:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Another 'Typical' Tesla PR Stunt [View article]
    its an interesting point that in an ICE you probably wouldn't drive long distances due to gasoline cost and maintenance, you wouldn't want to add thousands of miles to your car for no good reason but with a Tesla long distance driving becomes more attractive for all kind of reason. Maintenance is not an issue and adding miles to the car is not such a big deal. In LA I would definitely decide to drive to for example to Vegas rather than fly. Compared to an ICE I would probably rather fly. If Tesla's batteries stand the test of time and possibly improve dramatically by using new materials over time, then there is absolutely no doubt that it will kill the ICE way quicker than anybody now would ever consider possible. Who can possibly doubt that for a single moment. Its all in the batteries/energy storage. If those proof economical then its not even worth the discussion, of course it will take over.
    Jan 31 03:09 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JinkoSolar Sell-Off Provides Opportunity [View article]
    I read this a lot on these forums about the "suspect chinese accounting" and it always humors me a bit. I am not trying to defend anybody but we do have to accept that we live in an age where the big players are profiting from their losses as they are from their gains, to an extent that they are willing to crash the global economy in order to make a buck, see Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan etc. If you look at the history of economic crime in the west, I dare to say that China still has a lot of catching up to do. I wouldn't be surprised if the chinese feel quite justified to finally play the game wild west style themselves.
    Jan 28 12:20 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • JinkoSolar Sell-Off Provides Opportunity [View article]
    When you look into the history of the auditing problem with chinese companies then it appears that this same headline has appeared several times before and it seems to never have turned into any substantial problem. Is there reason to believe that this time is different?
    Jan 27 05:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chinese tech stocks tumble on SEC action; new Qihoo/Alibaba rumor emerges [View news story]
    The interesting thing is that the exact same headline appears on a regular basis about once or twice every year. It always has the same reason that some papers that are for chinese eyes only haven't been turned over. What is this really all about and what do the big companies really have to worry about?
    Jan 24 12:31 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fast rollout of Supercharger network in Germany [View news story]
    I think it should be easy enough to build a EV so that it can be powered from a battery or a fuel cell.
    Jan 21 08:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Solar stocks fall as Germany eyes fresh subsidy cuts [View news story]
    The utility companies/ tax police will eventually try everything to get money out of systems like solar which draw energy from a uncontrollable source aka the sun. Its highway robbery.
    Jan 21 02:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Blockbuster Year For Alternative Energy Stocks [View article]
    I agree, I am also wondering when we will see some of those plug and play panels etc. at Home depot.
    Jan 15 03:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Accumulate Trina Solar [View article]
    I suppose thats what everybody is hoping for that it will finally break through this 16 barrier. Lets hope the Q4 earnings will do it.
    Jan 14 05:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment