JinkoSolar Holdings Co. (NYSE:JKS) hasn't gotten the love nearly as much as some of the other solars in the market, but a closer look at the financials of this company should turn investors' heads and have them taking a closer look, as the company has one of the best, if not "the best" books in the sector. Additionally, they boast the best margins in the entire sector as well. The recent Chinese government investments into solar sector is promising for JinkoSolar (www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-12-12/solar-...), and the government has hinted at expanding the support over the next couple years.
Investors may want to take another look at JKS, because 2013 looks to be a breakout year for this company. Recently, the company announced major project developments in South Africa and China. At $5.84 per share (closing price as of 12/26), this stock certainly seems extremely undervalued here, especially as the recession begins to ease and orders should begin to pick up in the Solar arena.
Disclosure: I am long JKS.