It doesn’t take a genius to realize that solar companies offer the same promise as CREE: a reduced dependency on the electrical grid. But pull out a 2013 chart of CREE and compare it to your favorite solar issuance. Actually no, I’ll do it for you.
Behold! Greatness, smooth and non-porous…vs…bleep,blop,bloop:
Better yet, let’s get visualized via a performance chart, shall we?
NOTICE ANYTHING? I do, CREE besting the competition and doing so in a smooth, methodical manner. But wait, who is that little shining star, outperforming on the year ever so boldly?
Indeed it is ENPH. And I’m
fully over sized into ENPH, sitting though a melt down of sorts. If I had it my way, I’d be buying more I bought more here because ENPH is a winner this year, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. I implore PPT subscribers to dial this ticker into your machines and observe the statistics.
It’s hot. All other solar exposure is a crappy crap shoot, trust. Look at March and April weakness across the board on the performance chart, who didn’t care? CREE and ENPH.
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