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  • J
    JohnC
    SunPower Corporation
    Nice to see legacy fossil fuel companies like Shell acknowledging the "energy transition". Seems like a lot more investment capital will be coming into the space over the next year. $SPWR $MAXN

    https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2020/09/22/ge-shell-looking-for-exits-as-clean-energy-transition-accelerates/
    The two energy giants have announced their intent to pivot away from fossil fuel generating assets and expand their renewable footprints.
    The two energy giants have announced their intent to pivot away from fossil fuel generating assets and expand their renewable footprints.
    pv-magazine-usa.com
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    $SPWR SunPower to Host Virtual Capital Markets Event on Sept. 10, 2020 to address the company's strategy, financials and business. Shorts better buy some shorts.
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    NOSTRA DAMUS
    $SPWR conversation
    $SPWR 20$ in 2021.
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    US Futures up, Europe up, coronavirus relief extended, free shares from Maxeon next week. Today we will see $spwr at 13, until Friday at 18$.
  • W
    WalterP
    $SPWR conversation
    First post here so be easy on me. I worked for one of $SPWR dealers. I quit because demand collapsed and I didn't see it returning anytime soon. What is driving the stock up right now?
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    So from now until next week it is time for $spwr to run up. We were a little behind with predictions last week. Who wants to own Free Maxeon Shares,now it is time to Jump on the train.
  • N
    NOSTRA DAMUS
    $SPWR conversation
    $SPWR 20$ End of 2020
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    Tom Werner lets the banks to decide what’s the value of the $spwr. If banks say that spwr is worth 3$ he will agree with them.
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    The market, $run $vslr $enph, $sedg, $nova..... reached all times high. We are still here believing that $spwr with Tom Warner as CEO will go higher. Just wait for the market to tank, and you will see this thing go back to $4.
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    janet
    $SPWR conversation
    OK, so $Run is a donkey. Insider selling for the past few weeks could have told us that. At least we know we’re not overvalued junk. We beat earnings on both counts. We’ll climb this week. Q3 should be fantastic for $SPWR.
  • S
    Scott
    $SPWR conversation
    $spwr and $run are going to be bought from a US utility Company...
  • T
    Tony
    $SPWR conversation
    Huge News! I believe this will have bipartisan support $ENPH $SPWR

    Solar supports included within ‘landmark’, US$1.5trn US infrastructure Bill

    https://www.pv-tech.org/news/solar-supports-included-within-landmark-us1.5trn-us-infrastructure-bill
    Measures designed to support solar and other renewables in the US have been proposed within a landmark US$1.5 trillion infrastructure investment Bill, tabled by House Democrats.
    Measures designed to support solar and other renewables in the US have been proposed within a landmark US$1.5 trillion infrastructure investment Bill, tabled by House Democrats.
    www.pv-tech.org
  • C
    Clueless
    $ENPH conversation
    Key points you're going to want to read about in the transcripts from the SPWR analyst call today - during the Q&A portion, someone asked about the relationship between $ENPH and $SPWR, and it was said the keys to the ENPH relationship (from the SPWR side) were: 1. We get a customized inverter 2. We have full software control over that inverter 3. They supply hardware and 4. from a customer's experience, it's a SPWR system.
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    sheedy
    $SPWR conversation
    Anybody else having problems viewing posts here? I wasn't able to see 1 single post from today (7/9) until after the market closed. Then I clicked on some of the posters from previous days threads and they've posted multiple times here today. So their posts and only their posts show up when clicking there name but not in any of the conversation threads. For example @Larry has multiple posts here when I click his name but zero show up in the conversation thread for $SPWR. Anyway else have that problem?
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    Clueless
    $SPWR conversation
    Notable from today's call: interesting that Sutton from Barclays (who, on 2/14/19 downgraded $SPWR to sell, price target $3.50) asked about paying down the converts, as well as the GSRP terms.
  • s
    sonnycoates
    I’ve been watching $SPWR for a while, debating on opening a position... the share price seems really undervalued right now- almost as if the market is pricing in BK or a tremendous growth slowdown. As it stands, $ENPH now has a larger market cap, which, seems a bit irrational and a pretty glaring buying opportunity.

    I bring it up on this board because both companies’ future’s are inextricably linked and just wanted to see if anyone else had any thoughts. ✌
  • s
    sonnycoates
    Clip of $SPWR CEO Tom Werner discussing the new A-series 400w panels and his take on the Green New Deal... As much as I admire Mr. Werner and SunPower- I think the company needs a better spokesperson... he’s a bit weird to take in. http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/6010843739001/
    SunPower Chairman & CEO Tom Werner discusses his company’s brand new solar panel and why he feels that parts of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) Green New Deal are “extremely aggressive.”
    SunPower Chairman & CEO Tom Werner discusses his company’s brand new solar panel and why he feels that parts of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-N.Y.) Green New Deal are “extremely aggressive.”
    video.foxbusiness.com
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    spacebee
    $JKS conversation
    Maybe I'm overly optimistic, but over the next 10 years solar could certainly have the same run up that the chip stocks had from 2008-2019. Market caps of ($JKS, $CSIQ, $ENPH, $FSLR, $SEDG, $SPWR, etc) are between $600MM-$5B

    Look at Chip stock Market Caps/Share Price from 2008/2009. Their market caps were close to what solar stocks are today in a similar high growth industry.

    MU 2008: ~$2B / 2019: ~$44B - 2100% increase
    AVGO 2009 ~$3B / 2019: ~$110B - 3566.67% Increase

    $10K on Broadcom in 2009 would be worth like >$150K today. You can see this kind of exponential increases out of many chip stocks that made it out of that era. So do you think Micron or Broadcom can grow another 10-20xs in the next 10 years like they did in the past in the next 10 years? I seriously doubt it, but I think JKS or FSLR easily could. Anyway, something to consider.. Hang in there on solar stocks.
  • L
    Lepv123
    Great article

    SunPower's Profitability Heats Up With Its Next Generation Series A Modules $SPWR https://seekingalpha.com/article/4306466
    Sunpower's Q3 earnings understated Series A profit potential due to the low initial volumes shipped. Current Wall Street expectations discount potential margin
    Sunpower's Q3 earnings understated Series A profit potential due to the low initial volumes shipped. Current Wall Street expectations discount potential margin
    seekingalpha.com
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    sonnycoates
    $FSLR , $SPWR, and Chinese Solar manufacturers dragging down entire sector in a ridiculous market overreaction - BUY and stay LONG.

    The Chinese market will contract, leading to oversupply. In the highly liquid global solar panel market, prices will fall and, while BNEF has put out a figure of 34% declines over the course of 2018, other  some analysts are reticent to put numbers on this.
    For the U.S. solar market, which has been impacted by import duties under the Section 201 process, this is good news. For U.S. manufacturers – including those who are building or buying factories – it is not.

    https://pv-magazine-usa.com/2018/06/07/what-chinas-subsidy-pull-back-means-for-u-s-solar-part-1/
    A flood of cheap solar panels is likely to partially offset the effect of the Section 201 duties. It may also mean the revival of projects with marginal economics and could lead to module supply contracts being renegotiated.
    A flood of cheap solar panels is likely to partially offset the effect of the Section 201 duties. It may also mean the revival of projects with marginal economics and could lead to module supply contracts being renegotiated.
    pv-magazine-usa.com
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