• Are Solar Cars Next
    Several companies that we think are attractive at higher prices have become cheaper in recent sessions, while the fundamentals have improved. We aren't completely surprised that the stocks have pulled back, given that our outlook for the broader indices has and remains bearish. On the other hand, we see the pull back as a substantial opportunity to accumulate, keeping in perspective that our near term targets for the DJIA and Nasdaq are 12,000 and 2,200 respectively. Here are our top picks and representative opinions:
    06/16/2008 by Administrator
  • The Future Looks Bright for Alternative Energy and Clean Tech amidst a Dismal Economic Environment
    June 9, 2008 - The markets are set to open cautiously this morning after closing last week's session on a tear of bad news: unemployment rate jumping unexpectedly to 5.5% coupled with oil prices jumping $17 in two days to close at an adjusted-for-inflation level higher than the prices we saw back in the 1980s. To put Friday's gain in oil prices of $11.93 in perspective, consider that as recent at December, 1998, oil traded in the $10 range per barrel.
    06/09/2008 by Administrator

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