From Wayne Duggan: Solar stocks have made a big comeback so far in 2019, with the INVESCO EXCHANG/SOLAR ETF TAN 4.14% up 48.5% year to date. However, one Wall Street analyst said Tuesday residential solar stocks will continue to shine in the second half of the year.
From Travis Hoium: When shares of First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR), SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR), Tesla(NASDAQ:TSLA), and SolarEdge Technologies (NASDAQ:SEDG) plunged near the end of trading Wednesday last week, it threw investors for a loop. The U.S. trade representative announced that bifacial solar panels will be exempt from solar tariffs, which are currently 25% of the cost of imported solar panels. The move may make tariffs effectively obsolete for much of […]
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From Chris Vermeulen: Recently, the Solar Energy sector has popped up on our watch-list of potential sectors to pay attention to.
From Zacks: The month of October was characterized by a slew of upbeat earnings, especially in the tech sector. Also, renewed Trump trade on hopes of the passage of tax reforms kept enthusiasm alive in Wall Street.
The solar industry will be under increased scrutiny from investors in the near future, as U.S. regulators consider emergency tariffs on solar imports.
Global markets have steadily been adding renewables such as wind and solar to their energy mix for several years now, but according to a handful of new reports, 2016 might have been the tipping point.
From Zacks: Solar ETFs have had a tough time this year, and the major headwinds of oversupply and waning demand won’t likely dissipate any time soon.
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