Do not buy any solar energy stock
until you’ve read this report to the end!
We’ll tell you where over a billion dollars in
new solar energy money is flowing next year…
..and how to get in front of this deluge of cash now!
Dear Opportunity-Seeking Investor,
It may only take five minutes of your time to read to the end of this report, but be assured, you’ll come away with an entirely new outlook on the solar energy industry, where the best investment opportunities may lie, and how you can play its potential.
Over the coming weeks you’ll have opportunities to position yourself for significant immediate profits as well as substantial long-term wealth growth…both of which have been triggered by a massive $1+ billion flood of new money about to pour into residential solar energy.
You may already have heard about this. California recently enacted a new solar energy regulation that requires almost all new homes built in California to be equipped with rooftop solar power!
This one regulation immediately pushes an additional $1+ billion annually into the state’s already red-hot residential solar energy market.
Big solar companies yawned at this news, but one little-known California-based micro-cap could see explosive gains from it and investors are yet to discover this stunning opportunity.
The company is Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (OTC: SIRC).
As you will learn in a moment this company is aggressively pursuing the number one spot for residential solar installations throughout California…ultimately expanding to the entire United States.
Best of all, because it only recently went public, virtually no one is following its stock and its current trading range could be a fraction of its pending potential.
Our analysis confirms its potential. SIRC presents a huge opportunity in the solar energy market that you do not want to miss.
Here’s what you need to know to get in early…
Like it or not, California can trigger massive changes in American markets simply through enactment of new regulations. This one is a blockbuster. Starting in 2020, CNBC reports that if you build a house in the state you are obligated to include solar energy panels on your roof! There are exceptions, but not many.
This regulation pushes a billion-dollar-plus windfall to California’s residential solar industry!
Starting in just a few weeks, 115,000 new single-dwelling homes built each year in the state will be outfitted with rooftop solar panels. At an average cost of $9,500 per installation, this one regulatory change drives an additional $1.08 billion annually into the state’s residential solar marketplace. That adds up to nearly $11 billion for the decade.
You’d think that kind of news would send all solar stocks soaring. But the many failed to ignite.
Investors Business Daily reported that by mid-year the impact this news had on mid-cap and large-cap solar shares was tepid at best. For example, the top ranked Invesco Solar ETF (TAN) fund simply returned to its 2016 trading levels after precipitous 25% losses over the last three years.
IBD also noted that many top tier solar stocks in that ETF had terrible runs, stating that “where half the 15 companies are at least 24% off prior highs” and that leading solar panel maker, First Solar (FLSR) is “…recovering from a major decline since late October and remains more than 20% below its 52-week high.”
This should come as no surprise; the entire solar sector “caught fire” over a decade ago and, after a massive correction that erased all gains, has been smoldering ever since. Up and down.
Up and down with no clear trend line forming.
A fresh start like what investors enjoyed over a decade ago would be a great find, but you’re unlikely to locate that in this mix. Competition among panel producers has been fierce. China has been dumping solar panels worldwide while technology rapidly evolved and production capacity soared. All of this sent solar panel prices plummeting.
That’s good for consumers and for installers (which will be discussed in a moment), but not so good for panel manufacturers. To stay afloat, companies have been forced to sell more units at lower prices just to maintain stable revenue. It’s tough to build shareholder value in this environment thus, solar investments have been going nowhere for years.
However, there is a side of this business poised for explosive new gains…and that brings us back to California.
We forecast that over the next five years, the growth opportunity in solar will be in residential installation, not production.
And to make money from installation…California is the place to be.
This is where money is flowing…
The Golden State is ground zero for the nation’s residential solar energy market. A billion dollars in incremental money is about to pour into California’s soaring residential solar marketplace. That massive windfall is bound to ignite new investor interest.
Should Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation achieve its objectives, its stock could soar well above its current penny-stock trading range. SIRC shares may never be priced this low again; you’ve got to act fast to grab an entry-level position.
Here’s why we see Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation as the big winner in all this…
To start, Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation is a California-based company that has been installing rooftop solar panels for decades. It’s been operating profitably for years and following recent acquisitions throughout the state (you can read more about those on the company website, link provided below), it has positioned itself to be the largest and most experienced residential installer in the state.
With that massive, statewide flow of new money, company management recently elevated its near-term revenue and profit projections. What’s more, it’s already on track for achieving those gains. Management just announced record-setting revenues in September…well in advance of the new California requirements coming into effect!
Now is the time to act. California is just weeks away from what could trigger the largest gains ever seen in the state’s already booming solar energy marketplace.
Investors should carefully consider an immediate “buy and hold” SIRC strategy.
Over the next year, this market’s impact on SIRC shares could be breathtaking. Even before the regulatory change, the state has greater penetration of residential solar installations (7.2% as of 2016) than any other in the Union. That’s just shy of 500,000 homes now equipped with solar power.
For comparison, the next highest penetration is in Arizona with 5.8% residential solar installations. But because of its much lower population, that calculates to just 82,300 homes, slightly less than 17% of California’s installed base!
No question, California is the place to be!
There’s robust growth in residential solar already; now that growth has been goosed by state regulations. 115,000 new solar installations are being added to the market starting at the turn of the year. That adds a 20% increased growth rate to the state’s residential solar market. Impressive, but here’s where the numbers could drive stunning gains in SIRC that could hit triple-digits in the first year alone.
Nationwide, in 2016 the annual organic growth rate of residential solar was steadily climbing at about 9% annually. Assuming that rate held steady (there’s good reason to think it actually grew) that projects to about 45,000 houses going solar each year in California.
Thanks now to that regulatory change, the installation market in California is set to leap past 160,000 units in 2020. A stunning 355% leap in just a single year.
Just holding pace with its existing market share, that alone could fuel a stunning 3.5-fold-leap in Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation’s revenue growth! And that’s just getting started.
California has already legislated that the state must be 100% powered by renewable sources by year 2045. Assuming that all new and existing homes go solar (which is the only practical option at present) that projects to a 1,300% growth capacity in California’s rooftop solar installation market!
Better stated in dollars, under existing legislation approximately 6.4 million California homes stand ready for rooftop solar installations, which at today’s prices projects to a whopping $60.8 billion market opportunity!
$60.8 billion in this one state alone!
The big winner in all this is clearly the solar panel installers and here’s why Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (OTC: SIRC) is set to dominate this market and could ultimately make fortunes for its shareholders.
Start with the basics. Virtually all residential solar installations will be rooftop mounted. But you can’t just drag a solar panel onto a roof and nail it in place. It’s a complicated installation that the average roofing company simply cannot pull off. Just avoiding roof damage is complicated enough. Add the complexity of an electrical interface, wiring and sizing of solar panels requires highly specialized skills.
Dave Massey, president of Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation saw this coming years ago. The company has since grown to become one of the most highly regarded specialists in rooftop solar installations nationwide. The company’s website recounts its history and evolution to solar energy installations.
Dave Massey has been in the roofing industry for over 30 years. In 1989, he launched his own roofing company in the San Diego area. It quickly grew to become the largest residential roofing company in the area. From the outset he saw opportunity in green energy solutions. In those early days he pioneered installation of solar heated rooftop hot water systems. In 2007, he saw the enormous emerging potential in photovoltaic solar panels and launched Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation to include solar energy technologies in his roofing business. He has since grown to become an industry leader in rooftop mounted solar power technologies.
Massey’s growth strategy focuses on dominating the California market with opportunistic expansion nationwide.
Through his rapidly accelerating privately held business, Massey achieved significant wealth. But as is common among all driven entrepreneurs, he envisioned something even bigger. In 2018 he set into play a five-year plan to propel Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation to the top in California and ultimately nationwide.
In November of last year, Massey took a major step forward, moving from privately held to a publicly traded company. At the time of this writing, company shares were trading in the 4¢ to 5¢ range. This presents an exceptional opportunity to secure a significant entry-level position; 10,000 shares of SIRC can be secured for under $500! It’s why we say move on this fast! Do your research. Get in touch with the company. Put SIRC on your watch list. Get some skin in the game. But keep a cool head about it; despite all the potential, SIRC is a high-risk investment that could lead to significant if not complete loss of your initial investment. Never invest any more money than you are prepared to lose.
As you contemplate your interest, keep in mind that Massey is moving aggressively into 2020 with an accelerating growth plan.
Around the same time as taking the company public, Massey announced the latest in a string of acquisitions that set the stage for his long-term growth plan. The company acquired a 35-year-old roofing company with a revenue run rate of $5 million annually. Of more strategic importance, the acquisition added 25,000 rooftops to its proprietary customer base…worth upwards to $237 million in future rooftop solar energy market potential.
Acquisitions are the foundation of Massey’s rapid growth business model.
It’s not just about acquiring companies. Roofing companies are largely private, family owned businesses with no clear exit strategy for owners. Massey launched a campaign of acquisitions that grateful company owners enthusiastically sell for as little as 1.5-times EBTDA. In addition to buying revenue on the cheap…Massey is building toward the largest roofing customer base in the state…which in time could lock in market opportunity potential in the tens of billions of dollars!
“We are planning to expand our installation business through merger or acquisition. We will continue to execute our marketing and sales strategy in Southern California and, with additional capital, will be able to expand our business to cover Northern California, Arizona or other states. The planned expansion is expected to occur through acquiring smaller installation companies in these regions and/or through the establishment of subsidiaries in these states and boost our installation profits. We have two more acquisitions on track to close in late Q-1 2019. This will provide an additional 12 million in revenue. This will be a great start to 2019 and only the beginning for the acquisitions for the year.” SIRC Management Presentation, 12/18
What to do next…
The California rooftop solar energy industry is poised for rapid, outsized growth beginning the first of the year. Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (OTC: SIRC) provides investors with a true ground-floor entry to this market on a hair trigger for rapid growth toward tens of billions of dollars. We recommend you do the following:
- Jump to the Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation website and sign up for their email news releases. While online, begin your due diligence with company information and follow that starting with the links provided in this report’s footnote references.
- Call your broker. Discuss the long-term potential in the solar energy market and why it’s important to differentiate the tepid performance of solar panel manufacturers from the significant upside potential in the residential installation market.
- Above all, watch carefully the future progress in Solar Integrated Roofing Corporation (OTC: SIRC). With billions of dollars coming into play starting in 2020, progress toward the company’s near-term growth opportunity could move fast and without much warning. Stay on top of the news; remain prepared to act quickly. Better still, consider getting some skin in the game right now. In its current trading range a 10,000-share block in SIRC can be secured for under $500! This is one of the best entry-level opportunities we’ve seen in years. It could quickly return many times your initial investment and continue climbing handsomely over the long haul.
Though the temptation may be strong to take any short term gains you might see in SIRC, our recommendation is a “buy and hold” strategy. SIRC holds promise to be a significant wealth builder…and the best time to get started is right now.
Yours for Wealth,
Take the next step now. Go online to the
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