Trina Sell-Off Overdone, Says Raymond James

Shares of solar power technology provider Trina Solar (TSL) fell as much as 5.4 percent today after the company this morning announced sales and profit that missed estimates despite a big jump in sales and profit, year-over-year. The selloff may be overdone, opined Raymond James analyst Pavel Molchanov in a chat I had with him by phone this afternoon.

Trina sales of $204.2 million nearly tripled from the prior-year period, beating the average $202.5 million estimate, while profit of 68 cents was short of an 81-cent estimate, in large part because of a $6.1 million foreign exchange loss owing to the rise in the Chinese Renminbi against the dollar.

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