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.
From Sean Brodrick: If you missed our marathon Q&A session this Wednesday, that’s kind of unfortunate in a way.
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 StockNews.com: Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shares plunged as much as 5% in early trading Monday, after analysts at Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock to a Sell amid cash position and execution risk concerns.
From Tyler Durden: We were surprised at how gingerly the market digested Tesla’s “beat” last night, which as we noted was apples to oranges as consensus estimates did not incorporate the cash-draining SolarCity acquisition results.
From StockNews.com: Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) late Wednesday posted mixed fourth quarter earnings results, as its net loss was much wider than expected, but its top-line revenue growth surpassed expectations.
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.