Tag Archives: Goldman Sachs

Goldman Sachs (GS) Meets With Tesla Execs, Sees Bullish Developments With Model S

Notable Calls has a great post this morning highlighting the Goldman Sachs meeting with Tesla Motors (TSLA) executives.  Here are the highlights…

– Orders have picked up for the Model S and now stand at 4,000 vs the 3,400 at year’s end.  The company now expects its 2012 production to sell out soon and still expects to launch the vehicle around mid 2012.

===> Click Here For Your FREE Tesla Motors Analysis

– Targets 25% … Read the rest

Goldman Sachs Initiates Coverage Of ReneSola (SOL) With Buy, Capstone Initiates Coverage Of Tesla Motors (TSLA) With Sell

Two two green stocks are moving this morning on notable analyst calls. 

Goldman Sachs initiated coverage on ReneSola (SOL) with a Buy and $11 price target which is about 30% higher from current levels.  The firm likes the solid balance sheet and the valuation after a big correction.  I’ve said that SOL and JASO have offered compelling entry points off their 200 day moving averages and still feel that way.  Shares of SOL are up … Read the rest

Green Stocks Ratings Roundup (ENOC, JASO, AONE, VRNM)

Here is a briefing of today’s green stocks ratings via Benzinga

Oppenheimer maintained a Perform rating on EnerNOC (ENOC) after the earnings report came in higher than the firms estimates.  However, the firm lowered its 2011 estimate from $.91 to $.79.  Shares plummeted after the company issued weak guidance, but held key support around the $25 level today.

::: Click Here For Your FREE Daily EnerNOC Technical Analysis :::

Wells Fargo maintained its Market PerformRead the rest

Analysts Mixed On First Solar (FSLR), Shares Testing Key Support At $140

Analysts are weighing in on First Solar (FSLR) earnings results and it’s a bit of a mixed bag. 

Deutsche Bank downgraded the stock to Hold from Buy and lowered the price target from $155 to $125.  While the company notes that the quarter was strong and guidance was raised they have more concerns about 2011 with early data pointing to declining margins .

====> Click Here For Your FREE Daily First Solar Technical Analysis

Hapoalim … Read the rest

JP Morgan, Goldman, Deutsche Initiate Coverage On Tesla (TSLA)

A few big firms are out with coverage on Tesla (TSLA) this morning.  Hat tip to Street Insider for the analyst comment from Deutsche. 

J.P. Morgan (JPM) initiated coverage on Tesla Motors (TSLA) with an Overweight rating and price target of $25.

Goldman Sachs (GS) initiated coverage with a Neutral rating and $21 price target.

Deutsche Bank initiated coverage with a Hold rating and $17 price target.
“We believe that Tesla’s deep technical talent, head-start … Read the rest

Cantor Fitzgerald: Sell FSLR, Goldman Sachs Slashes AONE Price Target

Goldman Sachs slashed its price target on A123 Systems (AONE) this morning from $15 to $9, but kept the Neutral rating following a meeting with management.  The firm raised 2010-2012 revenue estimates, but forecasts larger EBITA losses. The firm raised 2010 revenue estimates form $139M to $141M, 2011 from $262M to $276M and 201 from $416M to $431M. EBITA loss estimates rise from ($76M) to ($98M) for 2010, ($44M) to ($67M) for 2011 and $13M … Read the rest

Goldman Sachs Downgrades Both First Solar (FSLR) & Sunpower (SPWRA) To Sell From Buy

Goldman Sachs analyst Michael Molnar has had a change of heart on his rosy outlook for both Sunpower (SPWR) and First Solar (FSLR), slapping both with Sell ratings this morning, down from previous Buy ratings due to oversupply issues and a lack of European subsidies. 

“The risk of oversupply in the solar market will soon become a reality as considerably less generous demand subsidies take hold just as a wave of supply and tight … Read the rest

Goldman Sachs Downgrades Major Solar Stocks To "Sell" (FSLR, SPWRA, CSIQ, LDK)

Goldman Sachs changed the rating of several key solar power stocks from "Buy"  to "Sell," according to 247Wallstreet.com. The stocks affected by the change include First Solar and SunPower. The downgrade seems to be the result of two major factors. First, some people are predicting that the supply of solar power will exceed demand for it by 2010. Secondly, the credit crunch makes it difficult for companies to get financing on new projects.

Goldman Sach’s … Read the rest