Tag: SEDG

  • This is Why Solar Stocks Could See Brighter Days Ahead

    This is Why Solar Stocks Could See Brighter Days Ahead

    Solar stocks could see brighter days ahead. For one, they’re some of the many “green” stocks riding the $370 billion clean energy. In fact, “The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 invests in the technologies needed for all fuel types – from hydrogen, nuclear, renewables, fossil fuels and energy storage – to be produced and used…

  • Why Enphase Energy Stock is Up More than $15 Today

    Why Enphase Energy Stock is Up More than $15 Today

    Solar stocks are on fire. First Solar (FSLR) is up $3.35 a share Sunrun (RUN) is up $1.83 SunPower (SPWR) is up $1.17 SolarEdge (SEDG) is up about $21 a share That’s all happening as we speak.  All thanks to blowout earnings from Enphase Energy (ENPH). The company just posted net income that more than…

  • Use Weakness in SolarEdge as Long-Term Opportunity

    Use Weakness in SolarEdge as Long-Term Opportunity

    Keep an eye on SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG). After crumbling from $371, the stock appears to have caught double bottom support dating back to November 2020.  That, and RSI, MACD, and Williams’ %R are all deeply oversold. All thanks to disappointing earnings. While revenue came in at $405 million, beating estimates for $395 million, EPS came…

  • The Top 5 Solar Stocks to Own with Biden in White House

    The Top 5 Solar Stocks to Own with Biden in White House

    There’s still plenty of time to invest in solar stocks, we noted on January 7. At the time, we highlighted opportunity in: SunPower (SPWR), which ran from $32 to $39 since January 7 Enphase Energy (ENPH), which did pull back from $210 to $200 First Solar (FSLR), which also pulled back slightly from $105 to…

  • Solar Stocks Lighting up on Green Energy Boom

    Solar Stocks Lighting up on Green Energy Boom

    There’s still plenty of time to invest in solar stocks. With the Democrats in control of Congress, and Joe Biden heading to the White House, green energy is sure to take center stage. In fact, “Infrastructure spending, green energy and health care are all Democratic priorities and should do well under a Biden presidency,” noted…