Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETF

NYSEARCA: PBW
$45.71
+$0.16 (+0.4%)
Closing price June 30, 2022
First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) is getting crushed with an 9% loss in its stock this morning.  The move is on the heels of earnings and a much lowered expectation for 2012 sales.  The question to...
Earnings from global leader First Solar Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) are due tomorrow, and while EPS estimates for the company have fallen from just over $2/share to $0.92/share in the past three months,...
Clean energy funds first sprung up in about 2005, with the PowerShares WilderHill Clean Energy Fund (NYSE: PBW). Others have followed, but for the most part these funds have fairly low assets under...
The news coming out of Japan for its nuclear reactors is sadly starting to now get more media coverage than the vast death toll.  The projected death toll is somewhere around 10,000 and now the fear...
MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. (NYSE: WFR) is leading solar related shares higher after its earnings.  The irony is that MEMC is perhaps one of the larger disappointments in the world of solar...
If there’s any single word that defines the solar market for 2011, it is “uncertainty.” Policy changes in Germany, France, the Czech Republic, and elsewhere in Europe are expected to slow...
The state of California has mandated that a third of its electricity come from renewable sources by the end of the decade. This has caused something of a boomlet in solar thermal and solar...
Oil may still be above $80.00, but solar stocks are on skid row.  The dollar/euro is heading the wrong way, new government uncertainty growing louder, and a concern over all major government...
Futurists are an odd lot.  Generally, they are authors, scientists,  consultants and economists.  What many people don’t know is that investors follow this philosophy as well.  Their goal is to...
First Solar, Inc. (NASDAQ: FSLR) has raised its guidance, of a sort.  While the company did not give financial guidance it did raise its Megawatt order expectations.  The lack of actual finance...
Solar power is great, unless you make the equipment behind all the solar power.  The insatiable and endless growth in demand for solar panels and materials used to make them has posed an investor...
Oil has fallen off the proverbial cliff into the roll date and as the concerns that the eurozone’s weakness is going to spread enough to really hurt the recovery of the global oil demand.  And...
The volcano in Iceland is still spewing ash into the air.  While many Americans have discussed investment banking scandals, the volcano situation in Iceland is affecting far more than many might...
Auriga USA has given some surprising new analyst coverage of the renewable technologies sector with eight solar stocks today. The company’s initial review is “positively biased for 2010” with...
This will not be the first time you have heard this statement from 24/7 Wall St…  “Solar stocks may be nothing more than leveraged bets that react to sudden price moves in the price of crude...