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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2019: April Ascent
Article By: Tom Konrad
Friday, May 3, 2019 8:23 AM EDT
The big winner was Valeo SA, which shot up 25%.
In this article: VLEEF, AY, CVA, INGXF, PEGI, HASI, BEP, TERP, EVA, GPP Also: YLCO, SDY
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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2019
Article By: Tom Konrad
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 7:19 PM EDT
During bear markets, most investors reassess their willingness to take risk. Some sell all their stocks, while others reallocate their investments to less risky stocks.
In this article: CVA, INGXF, VLEEF, PEGI, HASI, BEP, TERP, EVA, GPP, AY Also: SSW, HIFR, AQN, CWEN
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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2018: Quick November Update
Article By: Tom Konrad
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 5:50 PM EDT
I continue to be very concerned about stock market valuation and expect the correction that started last summer to continue in 2019.
In this article: CVA, SSW, PEGI, BEP, TERP, HIFR, EVA, GPP, AY, CWEN
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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2018: Third Quarter Earnings
Article By: Tom Konrad
Tuesday, November 6, 2018 12:33 PM EDT
The results of Tuesday’s election are likely to cause more volatility in the stock market no matter what happens, but I feel that we have reached at least a short term pause in the market correction that started in September.
In this article: HIFR, EVA, BEP, GPP, PEGI, AY, CVA, SSW, CWEN, TERP
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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2018: Second Quarter Earnings
Article By: Tom Konrad
Sunday, September 9, 2018 12:47 PM EDT
July and August saw some mild recovery for the stock market after a difficult first half of 2018. Clean energy income stocks continue to lag the broader market.
In this article: AON, CVA, GE, SSW, PEGI, BEP, TERP, HIFR, EVA, GPP, NYLD-A, AY
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Ten Clean Energy Stocks For 2016: July - August Earnings Season
Tom Konrad 8/1/2016 4:18:14 PM

It depends on my investment goals and risk tolerance. I think $REGI has the greatest potential for gains from the current price. $PEGI is probably best for a more risk adverse reader. But I don't buy that premise that I can only invest in one. You could use a brokerage like Motif and buy a basket of stocks for a single $9.95 commission. www.altenergystocks.com/.../...mall_investors.html

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