Tom_Killick
Long

#SCTY: A Good Buy For Next Week!

NASDAQ:SCTY   SOLARCITY CORP
201 9 8
Solar city is seeing upside after a down move after seeing the gap down it shows bears are exhausted and we can now see plenty of upside, up the to previous highs.

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Csys
6 months ago
Quality advises as always.
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Tom_Killick PRO Csys
6 months ago
Thank you
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Wils0292
6 months ago
Just curious why you predict this. I'm trying to learn but ever thing I read says don't long this with a 10 foot pole. There bleeding money. New laws in place have cut there cost savings over traditional energy to nill. They have pulled out of there biggiest market in navada. Am I missing somthing?
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Tom_Killick PRO Wils0292
6 months ago
There is too many reasons to mention. But I will concisely list a few.

Pros:

-Robust revenue growth- The companies revenue has been going up and up continuously. The revenue in 2013 was more than doubled in 2015. From 164, to 399 million. Despite expensive operating and installation upfront costs, the company can get cash off these upfront investments for years to come, creating sustainable revenue.

-Solarcity is able to access great technologies and first hand technological advancements- The company, with Musk's "Synergy" so to speak, puts Solar city in the drivers seat, with great access to current and future battery technologies, especially in the battery research department, this will allow Tesla and Solar city's management teams to work together which will ultimately save both companies money as efficiency is improved in this department.

-Solar city gets the opportunity to ride with Tesla's price as both companies depend a lot of Musk's reputation and innovation for much of their prominence.

Cons:

-Needs more floating shares- Would stop short supply being choked and dipped rallies ended. Would avoid price moving like it does.

-Nevada regulation choked price.

-Regulatory evolution and changes.

-Low natural gas prices

I'm looking at the bigger picture here, focussing on the future of Solar City. And I think the companies future could be promising. I think it's worth asking yourself how long you planned to hold Solar City, to determine whether the above is viable for your investment portfolio.
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Wils0292 Tom_Killick
6 months ago
Thoses are all points that came out 2 days ago and a good argument. Except on point you left out. Yes there making more money year over year but there in debt to the tune of 2.5 billion. And if there stock dosent rise or they find a new way to raise capital they will be bankrupt by fall
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Tom_Killick PRO Wils0292
6 months ago
I'm aware of their cash debt. However, I think these things could subside. The problem isn't really the debt itself. The problem is merely they just don't have enough cash (And no not for debt, just for conventional operations)
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Wils0292 Tom_Killick
6 months ago
Well I hope your right :) I am betting with u I have a order in for some stock at opening bell
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Tom_Killick PRO Wils0292
6 months ago
We will see. It depends strongly on pre market open tomorrow. :-)

Best of luck with the trade if you take it.
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Wils0292 Tom_Killick
6 months ago
Thanks u as well!
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