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@BazTrump doesn't help for sure. He is all for coal, oil and gaz. Multiple states still keep good incentives for solar energy though, and that's positive, but it would help investors sentiment for green energy for sure if Trump wouldn't be president. SAN needs this PP to continue their expansion plan. I was expecting it to close earlier, I hope it won't be too long! Once it's done SAN should go back on investor's mind, I hope so!
@anomalloyLost in the headlines, value priced and running back up, imho. $SAN sales to increase more than 150% this quarter over last. “Of the 156 residential solar projects that were acquired by Solar Alliance, approximately 1/3 of the pipeline, or 59 projects, have either been installed or have been approved for installation. The remainder ... will be approved for installation in the next 30 days. The company estimates the pipeline of acquired projects will generate approximately $2,331,341 (U.S.) in gross revenue and up to $1,296,991 (U.S.) in gross profit, IN ADDITION to regular sales operations revenue”.
The sales and gross margin in the last quarter were $1,619,454 and $633,761 respectively, compared with $1,244,538 and $434,524 in Q1 2016. Plus CEO Jason Bak says "The integration of the new Los Angeles sales and operations teams has proven our team's ability to identify, acquire and integrate solar assets. …, we are focusing increased corporate resources on the identification and acquisition of several additional solar assets."
@marketwired/solar-alliance-updates-los-angeles-and-massachusetts$SAENF$SAENF#ninjapicks#ethicalinvesting MacD and cci indicate its bottomed out and heading upward. http://www.stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=SAN.V&p=D&b=5&g=0&id=p90530239045
@anomalloyGood article, @ nobody. Though it portrays a more challenging competitive environment, it seem to me Solar Alliance has positioned itself to take advantage, strategically aiming to be a national installer (yeah, I might be biased). Some excerpts..."Though California’s reduced quarterly installation volume is in part due to an unseasonably rainy winter, the reduced presence of top national installers in unprofitable geographies is also partly to blame for this contraction. Additionally, an increasingly challenging acquisition landscape has played a part in California’s reduced installation volumes". "PV is marked by a competitive landscape that is increasingly feeling the effects of national installers trimming back operations to focus on profitability". "In 2018, residential PV continues to grow at a limited pace as major market installers seek to find more efficient means of customer acquisition and large national players reorient sales strategies, while emerging state markets begin to contribute a growing share of the residential market". $EGT
TonyI'm negative Nellie tonight. Have to admit. Very concerned about PP not closing. If we had a future.... investors would invest. Way to long now. Or scrap the the thing.
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@1969EnigmaGenuine concern is healthy. A sober second, third or fourth look are as well. I spoke with the Chief Marketing Officer yesterday. I have found him to be engaging and transparent. I would suggest giving him a call to discuss concerns and/or observations and thoughts. It might set your mind at ease... or not... but it certainly cannot hurt to do so.
@anomalloy$SAN is on sale today @Vaughan. Probably because pp closing is overdue, but fast growing revenue and sales with expansion into new territories, and regular nr's keep bumping up the sp in the meantime. #ninjapicks