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|london calling: reamrkable what an article in the sunday times can do for the share price. for those that did not see it suggested that United Tech who bought in at £1.80 would not want to let this fail and could seek to buy out the rest....speculative but it may have triggered buying yesterday.|
Looking at the graph I would think the legacy pricing issues are in the share price now and investors are waiting for the next set of results. The graph also displays an upside down head and shoulders indicating a reversal of the down trend from when the news hit.
In the meantime valuations for Wind Turbine builders march on.
I guess it depends on your outlook. Short, Medium or Long term and if you have to predict the future would you want to have shares in a Wind Trubine
Manufacturer or not and are the problems resolveable?
M&A in the sector is intense and shorting this IMHO is highly risky. Take a look at MTGlasses thread with the EPIC DOWN. It has a lot more appropriate "short's" listed IMHO.
CWP represents a buying opportunity and a way to benefit from global renewable energy demand, growth company status and potential M&A in a highly liquid and consolidating sector.|
|shanksaj: Another disastrous RNS and nothing happens. The share price stability over the last couple of days has been quite unbelievable! It just shows the market is always wrong!|
|shanksaj: I think this will fall a lot further today. Currently down just 63p. I've (sadly) closed my short on UK Coal so I can add to the short here.
First it was 250, then 181, now its 125-145... what next? Why bother issue these numbers when they are only lasting one month before another downgrade?
The share price was still on a premium rating even at 550p and it will get hammered.|
|shanksaj: That's a reduction in delivery between 20% and just over 30%. If the share price were to follow that would result in a share price of between 385 and 440p.|
|typo56: 0926 GMT [Dow Jones] Clipper Windpower's (CWP.LN) chairman Colin Moynihan has sold 400,000 shares, approximately a third of his shareholding, or 0.37% of the company. John-Marc Bunce, analyst at Ambrian, says this indicates a "short-term peak" in Clipper's share price. Notes full value has been realised for turbine business but development portfolio may hold more growth. Ambrian maintains a reduce recommendation.|
|asparks: Shares Mag Play of the Week: RVA Renova "is on the cusp of an expansion that should spark a share=price hike way beyond its current 180p level.........Dividends are also shooting up....likely to baloon to 15p within 3 yrs......share price 250p in a year 500p + in a couple of years"|
|stegrego: I think this will start bothering 600p quite soon - which is a doubling of the share price since the BP announcement..
More to come hopefully|
|scatty: Who knows, but several things persuaded me to purchase - first, this is a new issue and that often provides opportunity. More importantly, the people behind this outfit have done this before (re Zond), and seem to have the confidence of several fund managers (Lansdowne, ML,++) who have taken significant stakes. Those who should be well-informed seem to be backing this. I was heartened to see that the swift rise in price was not followed by significant fall-back. The market cap of CWP is swiftly moving up to where it will begin to be noticed. The question is whether the development and sale of their new turbines will be executed properly, profitably and quickly. All that I have read seems to suggest their products are in high demand (refer company RNS 1.12.05 before the recent share price surge). I may be wrong (and do your own research), but if the prodcution of turbines is ramped up to satisify rising demand (particularly in the US), the sales/mktcap ratio will look attractive - and the share price could move much higher if all plans are executed well. I think there may also be an issue concerning the lack of US investors until later this year, and US investor-interest could lend significant support to the share price (assuming the business plans remain on schedule). Finally, this company develops acreage with wind farms too - that looks like a growing income stream to me, and possibly one day those developments (or the turbine designs) will interest a predator (as happened with Zond). Only guessing, but if the long term is bright, I took the view that it would be better to invest early.|
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