World Best Trader Calls Solar Stocks Bottom on Live Streaming Trading

World Best Trader Calls Solar Stocks Bottom on Live Streaming Trading. Know more why solar stocks crashed and how to make millions of dollars trading solar stocks by following Vieira’s stock predictions.

Solar stocks outlook (First Solar and SunPower) has been available to investors worldwide for months at Vieira Trading.

Upon announcing the bottom in Freeport-McMoran (FCX) a market call recorded live which became famous worldwide giving more confidence to investors as Carl Icahn, Vieira also announced on live streaming trading solar stocks bottom in 2015 urging investors to take profits on short positions reversing to the long side.

Watch the following live video shared with investors in solar stocks – the world’s best stock market calls.

Vieira has an extensive record investing in solar companies available in our website.

It’s the second time during the course of 2015 that Vieira upgrades First Solar (FSLR) shares to Strong Buy near $41 despite Wall Street downgrades.

First Solar (FSLR) shares have been one of the best stock market performers since Vieira’s live market call rallying to $57 this past Friday, following the release of its 2015 third quarter earnings results on Thursday evening.

The global provider of solar energy solutions posted earnings of $3.38 per share for the most recent quarter, up from 87 cents per share in the year ago period.

Revenue increased year over year, to $1.27 billion from $889.3 million in the 2014 third quarter.

SunPower Corp (SPWR) reported third-quarter 2015 adjusted earnings per share of 3 cents (adjusted for 44 cents of non-recurring items), lagging the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 14 cents by 78.6%. Reported earnings also plunged 88% from the year-ago figure of 25 cents. In spite of the underperformance, SunPower’s share price surged to $26.85 on Vieira’s live market bottom call at $19.76

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