solar energy

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%.
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Two alt energy stocks experienced soaring demand from short sellers during the two-week reporting period that ended July 15.
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Short sellers made some big moves in alternative energy stocks during the two-week reporting period that ended June 30. Short interest in solar stocks was more benign.
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Short interest in solar and alternative energy stocks was mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on June 15. One alt energy stock doubled in value during the period.
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Short interest in solar energy stocks was mixed during the two-week reporting period that ended on May 29. Short interest in alt energy stocks dropped across the board, however.
Short interest in solar stocks was muted during the two-week period ending May 15. One alt energy stock, however, saw short interest soar by nearly 60%.
Short interest in solar and alt energy stocks was relatively muted during the two-week short interest period ended April 30.
Short interest in solar stocks was largely steady in the two-week reporting period that ended on April 15. Alternative energy stocks, however, got a lot more attention from short sellers.