Pacific Ethanol, Inc.

NASDAQ: PEIX
$1.94
-$0.20 (-9.2%)
Real time price as of August 4, 2020 11:12 am EDT
Short interest moves among solar and alternative energy stocks were mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on October 31.
Short interest in solar energy stocks rose in the reporting period that ended October 15. Alternative fuel stocks, however, fell out of favor.
Short sellers jumped on two alternative energy stocks during the last two weeks of September and pretty much ignored solar makers.
Short sellers reduced their positions in solar stocks while jumping in with both feet on some struggling alt energy issues.
Short interest was mixed on solar stocks in the reporting period ended August 30. Alternative energy short interest declined in four of the five stocks we watch.
Short sellers continue seeking direction in alternative and solar energy stocks.
Short sellers were getting pulled in opposite directions on solar and alt energy stocks in the first half of July.
Short interest in solar stocks was mixed for the two-week period ending June 28. But short sellers were clear about their judgment of alternative energy stocks.
Short interest in solar stocks was mixed in the two-week period ending June 14. Alternative energy stocks, however, were more attractive to short sellers.
Short interest in solar and alternative energy stocks was mixed in the two-week period ending May 31.
Short sellers punted on the solar and alternative energy sectors in the two-week reporting period that ended May 15.
While short interest in solar and alternative energy stocks was mixed during the latest reporting period, a couple of stocks made some big moves and one was forced into a reverse split.
Short interest in solar and alt energy stocks is rising on most of the eight stocks we track in those sectors.
Short interest generally increased in the solar and alt energy stocks we watch. Short sellers nearly doubled their bets against one of the alt energy companies.
Short interest in solar and alternative energy stocks generally declined in the two-week reporting period that ended March 15.