First Solar (FSLR)
$60.80 0.95 (1.54%)
5:14 EDT FSLR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $61.75
Market Cap 6.37B
PE Ratio -67.56
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 706
Day's Range 61.75 - 61.75
52-Week Range 28.47 - 81.87
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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First Solar (FSLR) earnings for the solar panel company's second quarter of 2020 have FSLR stock heading higher after-hours Thursday.
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Solar energy will witness increasing adoption globally as an alternate energy source. High growth solar stocks with strong fundamentals are worth considering.
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FSLR stock is facing tough challenges, and there are better solar stocks to buy for both growth and value investors.
Stocks that are out of favor today can prove lucrative for investors tomorrow, given their headwinds are short-term annoyances.
First Solar (FSLR) earnings for the solar power company's fourth quarter of 2019 are bad news and FSLR stock trading is halted.
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First Solar (FSLR) earnings for the solar power company's third quarter of 2019 are hitting FSLR stock in after-hours trading on Thursday.
FSLR is a well-run company, but First Solar stock has been a very poor investment, even while its product proves its value.
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