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The Company is a manufacturer of solar cells based in China.
Oil prices are low now, but is because solar technologies are more efficient than produce energy with oil, any way is undervalued right now because some speculate that low oil prices make unnecessary invest in solar technologies, I don't think so I think is the moment to made the changes
Strong possibility of an earnings turnaround. Traded over $40 before the down-trend started. Doubt it will get back that high but $15 seems quite possible off current valuations.
Good free cash flow in a sector where that's rarely seen, plus a switch in business model emphasizing higher margin module sales over wafers all look propitious for this Chinese solar play.
Cheap per finviz fundamentals. Lowest Price/cash ratio
Finally above water on this one!! Solar has been on a tear all year and buying at the bottom last year (2012) has paid off nicely. I was too early buying JASO (July 2011) but stuck with it and bought more off the bottom. It didn't go bust last year so I suspect the next few years will be very rewarding.
Good hold for short term gains
Nothing but a loser, it will be bankrupt by midyear.
Chinese solar companies are being artificially propped up by the Chinese government. They're unprofitable, but the government still throws money at them. Think about it this way: Solyndra received $500 million from the government, but China's solar companies have received over $30 billion in government subsidies!
Sub $2 should be a bargain here, but there doesn't seem to be an end in sight.
Because Canadian Tar sands oil needs to much energy to get recover anything useful.
china capital solar
I know that Solar have been taking a beating the last few months, but as emerging markets begin to move to Solar, companies like JASO and LDK will start to take off. The low manufacturing costs mean china can produce solar technology much cheaper than their european counterparts.
solar is going to be in our future whether we like it or not. this stock is not for the faint of heart but I like the volatility and think it will come out on top.
perfect entry point.
JA Solar, and the entire solar sector for that matter, gets absolutely no respect. What I appreciate from JA Solar is the fact that the company works on getting its contracts filled well in advance. In 2011 more than 90% of its contracts are worked out. This may lead to some disadvantages margins on occasion, but I'll take my chances with guaranteed cash flow any day than running into a lights out scenario like that which we saw at Evergreen Solar. I'm placing a limit buy at $4.48 and attempting to snag this at something like 4 times EPS, possibly even less. For more information on JA Solar, you can read why I picked it for the 10 small caps to rule them all series:http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2011/04/20/10-small-caps-to-rule-them-all.aspxTMFUltraLong
A solid seeming company, with a good probable future if Germany goes through with their plans to remove nuclear from their power grids while maintaining clean energy.Trading at a TTM 3.5 at the time of this recommendation, with the revenue stream to back up future growth, this looks like a good pick for the long run.
Low P/E, with pretty good cash-flow to back up the earnings.
one of my solar picks again
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