|Day Low/High||8.69 / 8.97|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.06 / 16.04|
Northstar Realty triggered our entry price, showing relative strength during a choppy session.
SunPower surged today to get to the upper end of the inverse head and shoulders pattern.
I will be looking at 11 names that are still due to report earnings and working on their charts.
Solar could become very cost-competitive for electricity generation in the next two years.
Large cloud computing companies are working around the usual structure.
Solar power has competitive advantages no other energy source can claim.
Numerous state laws mean built-in solar demand for the next decade
Outlook cloudy. By Bob Byrne I've posted several thoughts on the chart below, but the bottom line is, I think the chart of SunPower (SPWR) is broken, and believe it needs to work its way back to $18.50. SunPower (SPWR) -- Daily Source: eSignal View ...
A calculating tool from the Department of Energy could lead investors astray.
The Canadian miner is at a third of its late 2012 price, pays nice dividend.
The fundamentals are weak and their growth appears unsustainable.