The recent break below key support levels on the charts of key solar-related assets suggests that the sector could be poised for a pullback.
Renewable energy stocks moved lower after the Senate's tax proposal was released, but favorable revisions have led the sector to rebound.
Bullish chart patterns suggest that the final months of 2017 could be the ideal time to buy into solar.
The solar ETF has been a pleasant surprise, and its surge may not be over.
SunPower's weak third quarter guidance will likely test the resolve of newly minted solar bulls.
With shares testing resistance near $40 for the past six weeks, the odds are now evenly divided between bulls and bears.
Bullish crossovers on the charts of key solar-related assets suggest the possible begginning of a major uptrend.
First Solar has rallied 10 points in the last week, issuing a wake up call to the solar sector and apathetic market players.
The charts of key solar-related assets are trading near the resistance of major trendlines. Watch these solar securities. (TAN,FSLR,CSIQ)
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