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TPI Composites, Inc. (GX6.F)

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23.75+0.67 (+2.90%)
At close: 09:55PM CEST

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  • P
    Paul
    It’s great to see very few on this thread, still relatively unknown but that’s going to change, buy while you can at this price
  • N
    Nathan
    my avg is $72, I picked the worse time to buy. glad to see it going up
  • P
    Paul
    Climate change bill has got funds searching for undervalued plays, none are more undervalued than TPIC, wind turbines are going to be in huge demand, very few wind turbine stocks
  • R
    Roetes
    they are buying complementary products here in germany for their blades. these guys tell me it will only get really good in a year or two. still nice to see this run based on the green bill I guess.
  • H
    HarryBoxer
    TPI Composites, Inc. (TPIC) had an excellent session on Wednesday, jumping 2.16, or 90.4%, to 24.59, on 1.4 million shares traded. It has been up for five days in a row, and eight out of the last ten days. Formed a big breakaway gap, moving averages crossed over, it formed a wedge, and then popped out of the wedge. A little bit ahead of the game when it comes to being extended, but I think the next target might be 28 on this move up.
  • S
    Stefan
    The conditions of the track were excellent. odds didn't matter anymore. Every horse was a winner. The owner of the horse turtle 🐢 was giving away champagne.
  • r
    ridingbreakouts
    TPIC PT $$40 grossly undervalued for years
  • P
    Paul
    Congratulations you’ve found the cheapest clean energy stock on the planet
  • R
    REIDER
    I am staying far away from TPIC - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at (http://Themaxgains.tech)
  • P
    Paul
    TPIC price to sales 0.5

    ENPH price to sales 30

    I’m guessing somewhere north of 200 is fair value

    Recyclable windmill blades
  • D
    Dan
    After looking at the press releases and considering the future growth of wind energy vs solar I'm surprised this has dipped as low as it has. The supply chain issues will abate within six months. Materials will stay expensive. The talking heads saying inflation will ease are not saying price pressure will ease, only the rate of change. Large wind projects will go forward simply driven by need and this company is well positioned to take advantage. I want to do some more research on competitors but I'm thinking this is a good inflection point to jump into this stock.
  • P
    Pat
    TPIC now has a strategic supplier agreement with Workhorse, as shown in the January 2020 Workhorse investor presentation (page 14). Over the past 2 years Workhorse designed new electric-powered, composite bodied delivery vans for their customers, with varying cargo box sizes. Current customers include UPS, DHL, FedEx, Alpha Baking and WB Mason.

    These composite vehicles are much lighter and significantly more energy efficient compared to the traditional heavy weight gas and diesel powered delivery vans currently in use by these companies. Several prototypes have been built and are currently undergoing durability testing.

    Minimizing vehicle weight helps to maximize energy efficiency for battery-powered electric drive trains, while lowering the total cost/vehicle by reducing battery pack size. Composite vehicles have a good chance of replacing the much heavier metal based vehicles in the future for this reason.

    https://workhorse.com/assets/doc/investor/Investor%20Deck%202020.pdf
  • E
    Ember
    If u have experience in renewable energy, u will understand how difficult it is to make a solar wind blades company profitable that I will try to explain here:
    - The availability of consistent wind for 6 months or more is rare (so the total number of customers are limited),
    - Unlike solar panels that u can use on ur top roof, the wind energy has limited customer points,
    - The sales will be shrinking as the blade sold to current customers will be replaced in next 80 to 100 years, unlike solar panels that has shorter life span,
    - The power fluctuation rate is high in wind power, which makes it expensive to be connected to grid,

    In consideration to available market and government subsidy, the company may not be profitable (despite above a billion dollars earnings) the growth will be shrinking from current 1% rate.

    To conclude, I will take the risk if it falls down to $3 range, or the company comes up with alternate sources of revenue.
  • k
    koffie?
    great company, great stock action and no one is posting on this Yahoo message board... perfect! I'll just wait for the hype to arrive for even greater returns ☺️
  • S
    Steven
    Ah ha an upgrade from Raymond James. They put a $32 price target out there based on production coming back online
  • k
    koffie?
    no worries. here is an overview of all 5 star analysts (tip ranks) targets posted today:

    Kenneth Herbert
    Canaccord Genuity
    Buy

    $70.0

    (44.48% Upside)

    Reiterated
    Today

    Craig-Hallum stock forecast on TPI Composites
    Eric Stine
    Craig-Hallum
    Hold

    $63.0

    (30.03% Upside)

    Downgraded
    Today

    JMP Securities stock forecast on TPI Composites
    Joseph Osha
    JMP Securities
    Buy

    $68.0

    (40.35% Upside)

    Reiterated
    Today

    Raymond James stock forecast on TPI Composites
    Pavel Molchanov
    Raymond James
    Buy

    $67.0

    (38.29% Upside)

    Reiterated
    Today

    Cowen & Co. stock forecast on TPI Composites
    Jeff Osborne
    Cowen & Co.
    Buy

    $67.0

    (38.29% Upside)

    Reiterated
    Today

    Morgan Stanley stock forecast on TPI Composites
    Laura Sanchez
    Morgan Stanley
    Buy

    $77.0

    (58.93% Upside)

    Reiterated
    Today
  • A
    AR
    Just bought in. Seems like a solid stock with price to sales ratio of 1 which in this sector is quite low. Positive earnings for two quarters of the year despite Covid . Waiting on some policy change news and should give returns.
  • E
    Ember
    Will they fire bankruptcy? Will a company acquire this? Why is the management leaving? Is there something serious that will come out as an investigation? How many more times it’s gonna hit the 52 weeks low level ? I was interested, but now I am cautious and will wait until it’s clear (I had made once a mistake by jumping-in without forward looking view, and now bag holder with 86% down).

    On this I will jump-in once it’s continuously in bullish mood.
  • g
    godspeedamsc
    they have 20-25% of the world market for blades - this is impressive. from other companies I follow, I believe there is a transition to 3 MW and higher systems, which use a longer blade. i think this is the reason TPIC is transitioning many of their production lines, which is negatively affecting cashflow. i would be a buyer on any weakness
  • D
    Dan
    TPIC has one huge advantage in the green energy space: it’s a US company. Will score big with more offshore wind and the infrastructure Bill requiring US made.