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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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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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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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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, Alcobra, Deere, GT, J.C. Penney and More

Stocks were weak on Tuesday, but investors keep proving that they will aggressively buy overlooked or oversold stocks when they can. 24/7 Wall St. reviews dozens of brokerage firm analyst ...
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Bankruptcy Filing Surprise From GT Advanced Technologies (Update)

GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: GTAT) has made a surprising announcement, a move that will have certainly caught many shareholders off guard. The company announced Monday morning that it and ...
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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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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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After Losing Out on Apple iPhone 6, Analysts Drop GT Advanced Tech

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) may have a coming hit with its iPhone 6 launch, but one company may be left in the dust here. It was expected that GT Advanced ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apple, eBay, Netflix, Mobileye, Tiffany, Twitter and More

Stocks were looking for direction in the early indications for Wednesday. Still, investors are looking for opportunities with stocks effectively at all-time highs. Each morning of the week, 24/7 Wall ...
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The Apple Event: From American Express to U2 (Update 1)

Update: Two new screenshots said to be of the iPhone 6 that Apple is about to announce appear to confirm that the new iPhones will have a toggle function that ...
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Are iPhone 6 Suppliers Ready for a Sell-Off?

The next iPhone, which is expected to have a larger screen, is predicted to meet with a massive consumer reception because it will close the gap in the size of ...
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Apple Sets September 9 for a Major Announcement

While rumors have been flying that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) would be introducing its latest iPhones on September 9, the company did not make an announcement until Thursday morning. Even ...
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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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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: FuelCell, JDSU, King, SunEdison, Google, Facebook and More

Stocks were well up on Wednesday morning. While volatility has returned to the stock market, it seems as though investors are looking to accumulate stocks that have sold off and ...
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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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