Alternative Energy Play Sun Edison bites the Dust

Alternative Energy Play Sun Edison bites the Dust

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

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“We are still not convinced that Gold is fully out of the woods.  Peter Schiff is busy telling everyone that it was a bad idea to have sold Gold in 2011, and that it would $2,000 by 2009 and $5000 by 2013.  We beg to differ for the trend indicates otherwise, and so does the price of Gold;  Gold never traded to $2000, let alone $5000 in the stated time frames.   He is coming out with scary scenarios though they are not as grandiose as James Sinclair’s scenario that calls for Gold to move to $50,000 an ounce. Even, when we dream we find it hard to envision such a price, so it is interesting that he can come up with such targets without being under the influence of some strong medicine. “

AMSTERDAM, May 12, 2016 – There was bad news for the renewables industry last month, with US company SunEdison, the largest renewable company in the world, filing for Chapter 11 and announcing it will be delisted from the NYSE on May 17. This, however, is not a death knell for the renewable energy industry as a…


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  • ebola131

    This article is a “pump and dump” promotion piece by those who live in the land of unicorn farts and Skittles.
    Without taxpayer funding, so called “renewables” don’t exist as a business model.
    Time to end this sham.

  • Tactical Investor

    Are you referring to the article on Sun Edison. That article was not written by us and we have in general stated that alternative energy is doing well only because of subsidies and forced propaganda from the government. However, there is big money here so the government will continue to promote Alternative energy as they are bought and paid for by the corporate world.

  • Buddy

    Along with their debt of $11 million, did they receive and spend any “grant’s, subsidies, other taxpayer assistance?