First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR)

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Is the Solar Industry Really Getting Well?

In 2013 the global solar panel industry installed about 39,000 megawatts of new modules. At least one industry analysis firm, NPD Solarbuzz, estimates the solar photovoltaic (PV) demand will rise ...
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SunPower 2015 Guidance Puts Solar Stocks in the Shade

SunPower Corp. (NASDAQ: SPWR) has some painful news regarding its 2015 guidance ahead of its 2014 analyst day. The guidance also hurt SunPower considerably, and it has spilled over into other key ...
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Alternative Energy sources

Why Analyst Still Sees Over 50% Upside in First Solar

First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) has had a hard time since earnings were released last week. While not too many analysts have stuck their neck out, the independent research firm ...
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solar energy

Short Sellers Don’t Believe Solar Stocks Can Continue Recent Run Higher

Changes in short interest of solar stocks generally rose during the two-week period to October 31. Partly that is due to better performance by the various companies, performance that short ...
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solar energy

First Solar Earnings Rise on Tax Benefit, Revenues Fall Short

First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) reported third quarter 2014 results after markets closed on Thursday night. The solar PV maker posted diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.87 and $889 ...
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What SolarCity Says About First Solar Earnings

After U.S. markets close Thursday, solar panel maker First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) will report third-quarter results. Analysts are looking for earnings per share of $0.64 on revenues of $1.05 ...
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solar panels

Short Interest in Solar Stocks Rises Even as Share Prices Drop

Short interest in solar stocks generally rose during the two-week period to October 15. Three of the four non-bankrupt companies we have followed saw short interest grow during period, and ...
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solar energy

J.P. Morgan Sees Big Buying Opportunity in Battered Solar Stocks

Solar and alternative energy stocks as a whole fall into the high beta category. That is the category of stocks that have been hit the hardest in the current market ...
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Alternative Energy sources

Have Solar Stocks Sold Off Too Much?

If one sector is sensitive to market sell-offs or to lower and lower crude oil prices, it is the alternative energy sector -- including solar energy. Well, the solar energy ...
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solar panels

Short Interest in Solar Stocks Overshadowed by Bankruptcy Filing

There has been a major shake-up in the solar-related stocks we cover during the two-week period to September 30. Short interest rose in four of the five companies, share prices ...
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solar energy

Analysts Signal Solar Risks and Opportunity in Japan

Out of Japan's 10 vertically integrated utilities, five serve 26% of the nation’s peak electricity demand. These same companies announced a temporary suspension in grid connection applications for solar projects. ...
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solar panels

Key Short Interest Changes in Solar Stocks

Three of five solar stocks we track for short interest saw a decline during the two-week period to September 15. And even though one stock’s share price fell by a ...
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Solar rooftop installation

Strong Solar Trends Make Short Sellers Run for Cover

All five of the solar stocks we track for short interest fell during the two-week period to August 29. The solar industry is performing better in general than a lot ...
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Solar rooftop installation

Short Interest in Solar Stocks on the Rise Again

In three of the five solar stocks we track, short interest rose during the two-week period to August 15. The biggest movement was a rise in short interest in one ...
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solar panels

Solar Stocks Short Interest Heating Up Again

In three of the five solar stocks we track, short interest rose during the two-week period to July 31. The biggest movement, however, was a decline in short interest in ...
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