Archive for the ‘NYSE:TAN’ Category

Two ETFs To Watch For A Potential Buy

July 24th, 2014

market outlookMorpheus Trading: On the ETF side, we are monitoring the price action in Insurance ETF (NYSEARCA:KIE) for a low risk entry point off the 10-week MA. Note that the price action has tightened up this week (so far). Read more…


Tesla Motors Inc, SolarCity Corp: Invest In The Elon Musk Of The Future

July 23rd, 2014

elon muskJay Taylor: Elon Musk has made some bold bets. Read more…


SolarCity Corp (SCTY): What Could Boost Shares Even Further

July 22nd, 2014

solarGalileo Russell: Last month, SolarCity Corp (NASDAQ:SCTY) agreed to acquire solar-panel manufacturer Silevo for $200 million. The acquisition may be the best thing to happen to SolarCity since the company completed its IPO in late 2012. Read more…


Breakout Ahead For The Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN)?

July 11th, 2014

sellbuyMorpheus Trading: Solar ETF (NYSEARCA:TAN) has finally made it back to our buy watchlist, after pulling back to and finding support at the rising 40-week MA this week. The current base in $TAN is the first touch of the 40wma since the strong uptrend began in 2013, Read more…


Chart Of The Week, 43% and Climbing

June 24th, 2014

technical chart trading etf 600X300This week’s chart tells us that the Energy Other sector (or alternative energy sector, which consists primarily of wind stocks and solar energy stocks) is likely to continue to gain strength and outperform other sectors. It also tells us that the risk level in the sector is Read more…


Solar Energy Sector ETF Breaking Out

June 17th, 2014

solarChris Vermeulen: During the past couple months several indexes, sectors and commodities have sold off more than 10 – 20%. But now some are looking like new buying opportunities. Over the next week I will bring a few of these trades to your attention as they start to unfold. Read more…


Clean Energy ETFs To Watch On Solar Import Duties

June 12th, 2014

investSolar ETFs, which were shining brightly since the start of this year, took a beating lately on apprehensions over higher import duties on Chinese solar panels and other related products. The U.S. Department of Commerce announced last week that duties Read more…


ETF Impact From Solar Earnings

May 27th, 2014

solarSweta Killa: China’s second-largest solar panel manufacturer – Trina Solar (NYSE:TSL) – was a star performer on the New York Stock Exchange in Wednesday trading session as the stock jumped as high as 31% at the close. This represents the biggest one-day increase Read more…


The Solar Power Industry Moves Ahead

May 13th, 2014

solarKyle Anderson: ”Solar power is renewable, it’s great for the environment, and it can be produced right here at home – safely insulated from the ups and downs of global politics and market bottlenecks,” said Money Morning‘s energy investing expert Dr. Kent Moors. Read more…


Taking Advantage of The Latest Solar Panel Technology

May 12th, 2014

solarTony Sagami: Where do you stand on the Keystone Pipeline? Or fracking? There isn’t much middle ground on either topic; either you’re in favor or very much opposed. Read more…


Time To Buy Solar ETFs?

May 9th, 2014

solarSolar stocks and the related ETFs, which enjoyed a surge in 2013, have seen rough trading since the start of April on valuation concerns, resulting in a broad sell-off. This trend seems to continue despite strong first quarter results from the U.S. solar-panel manufacturer behemoth Read more…


Does Socially Responsible Investing Work?

April 30th, 2014

investJay Taylor: It’s a topic on a lot of investors’ minds lately. Does socially responsible investing work? Read more…


Alternative Energy Stocks That Stand To Soar

April 28th, 2014

rare earthsMoney Morning Staff: The prices of alternative energy stocks are at China‘s mercy right now. Read more…


The Long Chase For Solar Power

April 25th, 2014

solarKent Moors: Solar power has always offered up the promise of three tremendous benefits. Read more…


The Top 3 Solar Energy Stocks of 2014

April 18th, 2014

solarSolar energy – it’s not just for the Department of Defense and the hikers next door anymore. In the face of increasing electricity costs (bills have increased about $300 since 1990) and decreasing costs of solar panels (down as much as 60%), solar power has become Read more…


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