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The Company designs and manufactures solar modules using a proprietary thin film semiconductor technology.
Above average growth potential + solid financials
FSLR is not just a rooftop leasing company or a panel installation company. It actually builds power plants that ultimately will compete with nuclear and coal-powered plants. As everyone knows, solar energy is a new technology that is making a break-through.
Cow 90-100 target
It's making acquisitions, growing slowly but steadily. People will get more interested in solar in the future and FSLR will be there.
Leader in CdTe film panels, which are currently currently being adopted in many large scale photovoltaic generation stations across the globe.
solarno divTotal Debt / Equity 0.06Price Earnings 10.40Price/Sales 1.21Price/Book 0.93 <<<<<Price/Cash Flow 6.70
Earnings that are on the decline, missing even lowered targets, stock price soon to follow.
It is incredibly cheap currently both in terms of price/book value and P/E ratio. The fact that it is still profitable despite it being a bad time to be manufacturing solar panels.
Uranium will overtake First Solar
A gift at this price. Expect a bounce to 45. The partnership with GE will only help improve their technology and increase sales.
Okay.... I know I might take a hit in the short term picking this stock, but I think the stock price has taken a ridiculous hammering considering the prospects ahead for this stock. I honestly cannot see alternative energy becoming less significant in the coming decades with prices of fossil fuels skyrocketing right in line with continued growing demand for energy. The management of first solar reminds me a lot of Amazon. They sacrifice earnings in the short term to build a better future for the company in the long term. With ROE near 12%, profit margins in the double digits, and inside ownership near 30%.... I say GO LONG!!! FOOL ON!!
Just relying on subsidies and US market protection.
Solar and other renewable energy's are what I am looking towards
Overpriced. I expect market pull back hurting photovoltaic.
Current administration supports solar power. The company hit a rough time but is now pulling out and the stock price should return to triple digits with any luck.
the entire industry is a joke from a profit standpoint....the huge runup only makes the fall to reality more profitable..the most expensive way to create power ..when we are floating in domestic oil and NG
Very simple thesis: China's loss is FSLR's gain. China has been over-subsidizing their solar industries, forcing panel prices unreasonably low. If China lets Sunpower and Trina be real market companies (as in "bankrupt") FSLR can let prices rise. Simple; TRNA down, FSLR up.
The demand and supply fundementals/pricing for the solar industry are at an inflection point post the Chinese industry troubles that will favour FSLR given its size and its strong balance sheet.
Adding solars after many years of falling prices. Industry stablizing and non-competitive co.'s going bankrupt which should stablize panel pricing. First Solar make more money than Sunpower, but it has an inferior product based on efficiency. First Solar seems to focus more on large projects. Sunpower focuses on large projects and, now, residential. SolarCity is interesting as it is immune to panel prices. Solarcity is an installer and basically an energy company. They want to invest heavily up front to install residential systems for free, and then become the consumers energy provider. It remains to be seen if this model can work.
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