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AskSlim Market Week, Sept. 21
Article By: Steve Miller
Saturday, September 21, 2019 7:05 AM EDT
A look back at a narrowly mixed week, and a look ahead into next week, including some investing ideas and caveats, with cycle analysis of the rhythms of the market.
In this article: CMG, FDX, GLW, GPS, X, KLAC, SPWR, ETSY, SEDG, ROKU Also: ANF, GLD, OIL, SLV, UUP
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Solar Stocks Get Crushed As Interest Rates Find A Short Term Bottom
Article By: Keith Schaefer
Saturday, September 14, 2019 6:09 PM EDT
Can solar demand keep expanding without subsidies? Honestly, that is a tough one to answer. It depends on the region. It depends on the cost of energy alternatives.
In this article: SPWR, VSLR, ENPH, SEDG
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Solar Stocks Are Hot
Article By: Keith Schaefer
Saturday, August 24, 2019 11:37 PM EDT
Solar stocks are flying – especially those that make and sell inverters, like Enphase and SolarEdge. It’s a grassroots demand scenario that has completely taken the market by surprise.
In this article: TAN, ENPH, SEDG
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The 5 Best Renewable Energy Stocks To Buy Now
Article By: Money Morning
Sunday, August 18, 2019 7:34 PM EDT
Clean energy investments will be worth $10 trillion by 2050 and both wind and solar energy costs are now lower than coal costs in the US. That's makes now a great time to invest in renewable energy stocks. Here are our picks...
In this article: JKS, NEE, VSLR, SEDG, RUN
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SolarEdge Q2 2018: Huawei Looms Large On The Horizon
Article By: Investment Works
Wednesday, August 15, 2018 6:41 PM EDT
In 2018, SolarEdge is navigating a flattish solar market in North America, which is responsible for about half of the revenues.
In this article: SEDG
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Solar Energy Boom Could Heat Up The Global Energy Sector
Michael Molman 11/17/2017 3:19:23 AM

Buying renewables last year in November was a great idea. Trump's anti renewable rhetoric is merely playing to the electorate, renewables are the future. $SEDG is a very interesting stock, I'm curious though if they might be hurt by the recent surge in polysilicon prices which are up 35% this year as China has closed several factories producing the substance which is a vital component of PV's. This might hurt their margins in the future as the price of PV's continues to fall.

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