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SunPower makes the most widely installed solar panel in California. With solar power now achieving economies of scale, SunPower is in the best position to lead this sector.
Total SA owns 66%.
1.) Short Interest (% of Float) as of today? (5/13/13) = 23.85%2.) % of Puts above today's call (for all strike prices on all options available to date)? = less than 10% of all puts3.) Result? = Short Squeeze over the next few days... maybe even month(s)
I feel that solar energy is the clean and rasy to harness, and spwr has goos=d technology and will be one of the few leaders to flourish , buffet could not be wrong in his research to pick SPWR
Solar is only getting started and with this all around powerhouse they're just getting started.
leader in solar - will outlast the smaller companies and govt wrinkles
went up too fast
With the winding down of government subsidies and market attrition, only a few solar manufacturers and research facilities still have the substance to survive. Consolidation of the industry funnels the funding to the best. SPWR is the best.
There's enough sunshine for everybody...plus financial backing by Total will allow SPWR to weather any bumps in the road.
Solar and wind will be a critical component of energy and should offer us energy independence. We are in the 21st century. The technology is here and to reduce energy costs and secure national security on Americas Energy policy
Potential growth in emerging markets, specially in LatAm. Also a macro trend for sure.
Given the consistent reduction in the ozone layer, more intense weather and SunPower's multilevel applications, solar energy has staying power.
Lets be honest, WB does'nt back dogs!
Backed by oil giant totalMulti National exposureHighest efficienceyNew AC Plug and play 20% eff Solar modules
SunPower's technology is strong and puts them in a good position once the solar industry bounces back.
Solar power is big and picking up steam. With their current capitalization, I think Sunpower will be one of the few companies to ride out the storm over the next couple years and emerge as an industry leader, just in time for rapidly increasing solar panel demand to catch up with the current manufacturing oversupply.As lesser solar manufacturers are weeded out of the market by falling prices, those few strong enough to survive should thrive as more and more solar energy projects leave the drawing board and begin construction.
This solar company apparently has more financial backing than its competitors and it has more efficient solar panels. Again I am still new to this so I am just looking for some other opinions...
Sunpower has the best product on the market, has a longterm focus, spends dearly on R&D and has backing from oil giant Total. When fossil fuel competitors want to buy you, you know you're quality.
Potential for Solar is Enormous over the next 10 years. Solar stocks have taken a beating the past year, but won't last forever. Sunpower's backing by a Total will most likely keep it afloat during this trying period and allow it to surge once demand improves once again.
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