After weeks of range trading, a bunch of solar stocks are on the move. There’s not been much news real news on the sector, but there does seem to be a change of heart.
Take the report Credit Suisse released yesterday, Its analysts noted that solar prices appears to be bottoming–and flat pricing means business isn’t getting much worse, while the relative stability in the market could mean some stocks will beat earnings.
Buffet just put millions into solar through Midwest energy.
Times and technology are changing :
1. economic analysis of the long-term return that solar power projects provide.
2. Warren Buffet’s successful approach to investing, and how his solar investment is entirely consistent with his investment approach over the last 60 years.
Warren Buffet is not a legend because he has made a lot of money (there are certainly many people who have done that). It’s because of his attitude and the way he thinks. Warren Buffet is, perhaps, one of the least cynical and most positive people I have ever heard speak. When investing, he looks for opportunities that make the world a better place, be it a better product or a better method of delivering products to consumers. He became interested in Coke in the 50’s because it tasted good and he knew other people would like it too, and after conducting a thorough financial analysis, He was a leader with Midwest energy and wind. He dont make many mistakes. Solar farms have come a long way. They will continue to get better/bigger. .