First Solar (FSLR)
$57.20 0.86 (1.48%)
19:56 EDT FSLR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $57.20
Market Cap 5.99B
PE Ratio -63.56
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.98M
Day's Range 55.90 - 59.57
52-Week Range 28.47 - 69.24
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Conditions are ripe for a major rebound in solar stocks in 2019 after slumping demand and the trade war weighed on share prices last year.
First Solar stock (FSLR) is down more than 8% after hours as the company lowered its fiscal 2018 forecast on the earnings and revenue fronts.
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This week has been awful for FSLR stock, which has fallen by over 20%. The company is collateral damage in the disputes between the US and China. As a result, various Wall Street analysts have gone negative on the shares.
A classic corrective move and fearful oversold condition add up to improved odds for a bull call spread in FSLR stock.
It’s not a friendly trend in FSLR stock, but a modified fence strategy can help bulls position more smartly following First Solar earnings.
First Solar (SLFR) reported its latest quarterly earnings results after the bell Thursday, which saw revenue increase fall than 30% year-over-year.
FSLR stock has pleasantly surprised Wall Street over the past year, but First Solar is now running on fumes.
Technology is developing too fast for anyone to keep up with right now, but these 5 high-growth stocks are poised to benefit from impending megatrends.
Wall Street is punishing First Solar stock on its earnings report, but I'm a buyer here because FSLR has survived many disasters before and this one is no different.
Three Big Stock Charts for Thursday: General Electric Company (GE), Apple Inc. (AAPL) and First Solar, Inc. (FSLR)
The stock market is seeing a slight pullback, but Apple (AAPL), General Electric (GE) and First Solar are already on the brink of short-term breakdowns that may wee another 5%-10% downside.
FSLR stock scored a major multiyear breakout move and now First Solar looks poised to move even higher as more analysts offer buy ratings.
From Analyst Ratings
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From Analyst Ratings
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