Canadian Solar, Inc.

NASDAQ: CSIQ
$36.62
+$1.37 (+3.9%)
Closing price May 14, 2021
As share prices for alt energy stocks continue to soar, short sellers are not shy about betting against the shares.
Friday afternoon's analyst calls included Canadian Solar, JetBlue Airways, L Brands, Peloton Interactive and Tesla.
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Analysts at Goldman Sachs have made some changes to price targets and ratings on 10 hot solar energy stocks.
Short interest in alternative and solar energy stocks was mixed, but one stock saw its share price blast-off during the two-week period to November 30.
Short interest in solar and alt energy stocks mostly increase during the two-week period through November 13.
Short interest in solar and alternative energy stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period that ended October 30. But short sellers doubled their positions in one alt energy stock.
Wall Street sees a Biden administration as a huge positive for clean energy. These five solar energy stocks are rated Buy at Goldman Sachs, and one is the newest member of the firm's Conviction List.
Short interest in solar and alt energy stocks was mixed in the two-week reporting period ended October 15. Short sellers made sharp changes in several of the stocks.
Short interest in two solar energy stocks rose sharply during the two-week reporting period ended September 30. Short sellers were mixed on alt energy stocks.
Short sellers were moving back into solar and alternative energy stocks in the most recently reported period.
In the two-week reporting period that ended August 31, short sellers piled into two solar stocks while mostly ignoring alt energy.
Short interest changes in solar stocks were modest during the two-week reporting period ended August 14. Alt energy stocks saw bigger moves, with shorts added 450% to their positions in one stock.
Short interest in solar energy stocks declined in the two-week period ended July 31. Short sellers were more interested in alt energy plays, with one stock seeing short interest jump by 150%.
First Solar is a leader in its field, but new investors now have a dilemma about just how more upside they can realistically expect from blindly chasing the stock.