Fuelcell Energy Inc (FCEL)
$2.29 0.01 (0.44%)
19:51 EDT FCEL Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 196.86M
PE Ratio -2.94
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 5.57M
Day's Range 2.23 - 2.37
52-Week Range 0.23 - 3.50
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Hydrogen stocks can offer exposure to the growing economy for clean energy. Here are four to keep an eye on, even if they're expensive here.
FCEL stock shed another 18% this summer as the company failed to stem losses. It's time for investors to sell this money-losing venture.
Given the political climate that now strongly favors green energy, FCEL stock should be moving higher. That it isn’t is a clear warning that investors must tread carefully with FuelCell Energy.
FCEL stock has been dropping after a poor earnings report. Unfortunately, FuelCell doesn't have any immediate catalyts in place to reverse its fortunes.
FuelCell Energy earnings have FCEL stock hurting after the company missed Wall Street's EPS estimate and reported other rough figures.
As demand for oil remains low and investors look for new innovations, these four hydrogen stocks deserve some time in the spotlight.
FCEL stock has an interesting concept, but for now, it is overhyped considering the risks ahead
FuelCell has a bright future in the clean energy revolution, but that bright future is overstated in the current FCEL stock price.
FCEL stock has been on the move in August, but Plug Power is a better hydrogen fuel cell bet than FuelCell Energy.
FuelCell has the advantage over lithium-ion battery storage, but solar power is throwing a spanner in the works, making FCEL stock risky.
Expect FCEL stock to struggle because of FuelCells' inadequate renewable energy strategy and the looming threat of solar-plus storage.
Hydrogen stocks will remain in focus with shift toward cleaner energy. International expansion can trigger growth for hydrogen stocks.
On paper, FCEL stock checks off the viable pro-environmental impact list. However, it’s the underlying business proposition that prospective buyers should focus on.
FCEL stock has surged as traders rush into alternative energy stocks. While green companies are promising, FuelCell is not a great choice.
In February, I recommended Bloom Energy over FuelCell Energy. Six months later, I still have my doubts about FCEL stock.
Hydrogen fuel cells (HFCs) are trendy as renewable energy moves to center stage. But is there enough demand for HFC power plants to make FCEL stock a buy?
The fiscal problems of states and the popularity of solar-battery combinations are poised to weigh on FCEL stock.
Despite FuelCell stock's recent success, lack of revenue creates a great deal of uncertainty for FCEL stock
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