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Vestas: Having Q1 Disclosed May Put A Halt To Recent Volatility And Give Investors Clarity

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  • Vestas delivered a disappointing top- and bottom-line financial performance for Q1-2021.
  • Management maintained full year 2021 guidance despite its close competitor Siemens Gamesa lowering its FY in face of same challenges.
  • Order backlog is significantly stronger year-on-year and renewables is still full steam ahead.
  • Trading 3% up intraday on what appears to be a relief rally considering a combined 10%+ drawback in stock price so far this week.
  • Despite a strong runway for wind renewables, I think the potential investor must be able to stomach volatility and I advocate for dollar cost averaging for potential investors.
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Investment Thesis

Vestas Wind Systems A/S (OTCPK:VWDRY) just released its Q1-2021 statement with a disappointing performance. Revenue was down 12% compared YoY as the company delivered fewer projects but also experienced supply chain constraints in the face of Covid-19 impacts. EBIT landed

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Early 30s 'buy and hold' investor trying to achieve financial freedom to the greatest extent possible. Main focus within dividend growth investing & value. I've been investing for 10+ years and worked across several industries including finance, logistics, oil and pharma. Holding a Graduate Diploma within Accounting and MSc within Business Administration & Supply Chain Management.I cover companies matching my focus as well as portfolio strategy

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