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Guggenheim Solar ETF Vs. Kevin Mackie
As a result of a challenge issued by another Seeking Alpha user, I constructed my own solar ETF to go head to head against the Guggenheim Solar ETF. The challenge began 4 months ago, and the recent solar run up made it clear that it was time for an ...
Reasons To Not Own Guggenheim Solar ETF
I recently posted an article about First Solar (NYSE: FSLR) and their competitive advantage in hot climates like India (read it here).
Guggenheim Solar ETF Continues to Shine
The Guggenheim Solar ETF (NYSEArca: TAN), the largest exchange traded fund dedicated to solar stocks, jumped nearly 3% yesterday, bringing its year-to-date gain to over 14%.
Is It Time To Invest In Solar? Part II
This article represents the second installment of a Seeking Alpha article published last September. The article included an illustration that showed conventional energy costs rising as solar energy costs decline, bringing solar closer to grid parity ...
The Best Solar ETF in 2016
If you've bought and held solar energy stocks over the past 12 months, you probably have first hand knowledge of what an adrenaline-fueled exercise this can be.
Sell Puts On This Solar ETF
Solar capacity has experienced exponential worldwide growth for the past 15 years, but TAN's P/E ratio of 5.7 is very low.
Is It Time To Invest In Solar?
The chart above for Guggenheim Solar ETF (NYSEARCA:TAN) illustrates graphically the severe under-performance of solar since its inception April 15, 2008.
Keep An Eye On Solar Stocks For Value
But solar companies have been quietly building the basis for a turnaround so far in 2017. I'm not jumping into solar stocks just yet, because this trend is far from decisive, but I'm keeping a close eye on it.
ETF Floppers: Solar, Chinese Tech, and Greek Stocks
The Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN) and the Guggenheim China Technology ETF (CQQQ) were not that far behind, down 4.3% and 4.8%, respectively.
Here Are The Best Performing ETFs Of October
Solar stocks have been on a tear lately. One of the prime reasons for this is upbeat third-quarter earnings of the U.S. solar-panel manufacturer First Solar FSLR.