31 Jul '15, 3pm

Underpriced JA Solar Becomes More Undervalued: by Shawn Kravetz In the second quarter, solar ... @altenergystocks

Underpriced JA Solar Becomes More Undervalued: by Shawn Kravetz In the second quarter, solar ... @altenergystocks

In the second quarter, solar stocks were impacted by broad energy sector declines on global macroeconomic concerns (most notably Greece and China). This negative sentiment has continued unabated into July exacerbating the disconnect between fundamentals and perceptions. JA Solar (NYSE: JASO ) epitomizes this dislocation. We at Esplanade Capital Electron Partners (ECEP) owned JA Solar prior to June 5, believing the company to be worth ~30%+ more than the share price. On June 5, JA Solar received a takeover offer from its Chairman/CEO and parent company at a 20% premium. After a short-lived, modest rally, the shares have fallen to levels below where they were trading prior to the takeover offer. We have added to this position, and while we continue to assess the deal and market risks, we remain confident that JASO will yield a 33% return in roughly six months when we expect ...

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