BullMarket.com Publishes 30-Page Alternative Energy Special Report
PRINCETON, N.J., April 7 /PRNewswire/ — BullMarket.com (http://www.bullmarket.com), an online investment newsletter focused on long-term growth and income-generating stocks, has published an over 30-page green energy special report, featuring such stocks as Suntech Power Holdings (NYSE: STP), Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile (NYSE: SQM), Comverge (Nasdaq: COMV), Clean Fuels (Nasdaq: CLNE) and Cameco (NYSE: CCJ).
BullMarket.com has done a tremendous job navigating the tumultuous market the past two years. In 2008, its Recommended List of stocks outperformed the S&P 500 by 15% in one of the worst years for stocks ever. BullMarket.com then turned around in 2009 and beat the market by another 15%, with its Recommended List of stocks up a whopping 40% for the year. So far in 2010 the outperformance has continued, with its picks up a market-beating 9% so far in 2010 through the end of March.
In addition to its daily newsletter and Recommended List of stocks, BullMarket.com publishes several special reports each year. Its annual “High Yield” special report comes out before the new year, while its MLP special report comes out mid-year.
In its newest special report, BullMarket.com takes an in-depth look at various green energy sectors. The 30-page report examines the wind, geothermal, ethanol and biofuels, nuclear, CNG, solar, fuel cells and batteries, waste to energy, and smart grid industries and covers over 35 stocks.
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In its daily report, BullMarket.com wrote: “Until their recent retreat from the stratosphere, few green technologies have been hotter with investors than the solar energy sector. Solar panels generate electricity from the sun. Some installations are set up so that any excess power produced and not used is sent back onto the power grid, actually lowering your bill from the power company. Unless your home uses electric heaters (which can be inefficient), you’re still going to need natural gas, propane, or heating oil to heat your home, but solar panels do reduce fuel bills to the extent that your electricity is otherwise generated from coal, natural gas, or some other fossil fuel.”
“The industry has evolved so that it is also building commercial installations specifically designed to generate power for the grid. Silicon is the main ingredient in solar panels made by most manufacturers, though there are exceptions, such as thin-film panels made from cadmium telluride. Several years ago short supplies of silicon led to high prices that gave thin-film panel makers an advantage, but a recent abundance of silicon and an industry expansion frenzy that has significantly boosted capacity have combined to depress prices.”
“Subsidies in Germany and Spain encouraged significant growth in solar projects in those countries, and fueled the industry’s capacity expansion, but recent policy changes are set to slow the pace of growth. Spain, the world’s second-largest solar market, ended its program in 2009, and Germany, the No. 1 market, will follow suit this year with reductions in its feed-in tariff. The credit crisis also dried up the financing needed to fund many solar installations last year.”
BullMarket.com looked at the following topics, among others:
– Why does Suntech look like one of the best solar stocks to own?
– Does Chemical & Mining Co. of Chile look like a good investment on the future of lithium battery-powered cars?
– Does Comverge look well positioned to take advantage of the smart grid push?
– Does Clean Fuels look like the best way to play CNG, or is there a better alternative?
– Do Cameco and nuclear look like they have a strong future as an alternative energy source?
Launched in 1997, BullMarket.com has a strong track record of creating wealth for its subscribers by providing sound, long-term investing advice. The BullMarket.com Recommended List includes about 50 companies across all major industries, including Financials, Healthcare, Energy, Technology, and Retail, among others. BullMarket.com is one of the oldest continuously published investment newsletters online, and its Recommended List has consistently outperformed the major market indices.
NOTE: This release was published by Indie Research Advisors, LLC, a registered investment advisor with CRD #131926. Interested parties may visit adviserinfo.sec.gov for additional information. Past performance does not guarantee future results. Investors should always research companies and securities before making any investments. Nothing herein should be construed as an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any security.
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