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Short Interest in Solar Stocks Declines as Crude Oil Prices Rise

Short interest among solar and alternative energy stocks was mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on February 13. Solar stocks generally saw a decline in short interest, while the alternative fuel stocks mostly saw more short interest. 511 more words

Energy Business

SunPower, First Solar YieldCo Lights Up Solar Stocks

In what can only be called a surprise move, SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR) and First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) announced Monday evening that they are joining forces to create a yieldco from assets currently included the separate portfolios of each company. 442 more words

Energy Business

Analyst's 4 Clean Technology Stocks to Buy as Huge Growth Continues

If there is one sector that continues to grow at a huge percentage rate, it is the clean technology sector. While the final figures for 2014 are still coming in, the overall numbers are stunning. 699 more words

Energy Business

Short Interest in Solar and Alt Energy Stocks Drops as Crude Prices Rise

Among the solar and alternative energy stocks we cover, every one experienced a decline in short interest during the two-week reporting period that ended on January 30. 524 more words

Energy Business

Credit Suisse's Top Picks for Huge Upside in 2015: Micron, Tesla, Southwest and More

As more of the top firms we cover here at 24/7 Wall St. fine-tune or release the top picks from the analysts at their firms, we are definitely seeing a trend. 1,100 more words

Investing

Likely Solar Winners Under New Obama Budget -- and China

The world of alternative energy investing has come back from the dead in recent days. The first thing to consider was that oil went back above $50, which matters when many investors consider alternative energy a leveraged bet on fossil fuel prices. 634 more words

Energy Business

Short Interest in Solar and Alt Energy Stocks Mixed, With One Big Move

Short interest among the solar and alternative energy stocks we cover made some modest moves in the two-week reporting period that ended on January 15. Short interest in two solar stocks rose, while short sellers appeared to lose interest in two others. 507 more words

Energy Business