Solar Stocks Commentary with J Peter Lynch at Investorideas.com
As I said in my article on 28 May 2012:
"It is always difficult to determine when to buy a stock or when to buy into a depressed industry sector, like our current solar sector. But when I look back in history it is sometimes informative to read some quotes by famous investors regarding situations such as this - here are three.
- "The time to buy is when there's blood in the streets." Baron Rothschild
- "I buy when other people are selling". J. Paul Getty
- "Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria". John Templeton
It would seem that now is the time to buy some solar stocks and see if history repeats itself - it DOES violate all of the rules I have outlined for you in all past articles, but if one wanted to take a crazy flyer this would be the time. This assumes you are aware that it is highly risky and maybe just a trade.
What I am going to do is to research all of our stocks and some of the related ETF's and come back to you, very shortly, with a list of the stocks and ETF's that I think are the strongest, technically speaking so that IF you want to take a flyer you will at least be buying the strongest technical stocks".
At that time every one of our solar stocks were BELOW their 50 day moving average and they were oversold by an average of roughly 74% and nothing positive was in sight.
I have highlighted Five (5) stocks that I feel are the strongest of the entire group at this time:
CSIQ, CSUN, HSOL, SOL, TSL
So if you wanted to take a "crazy flyer" KNOWING FULL WELL that it is highly risky especially in light of the weak and volatile market - these would be the five stocks I would select.
Solar Stock as of the Close Thursday June 21st
Background Analysis Notes
Keep in mind that there are two basic types of equity (stock) analysis. Below are a brief description of each and its primary purpose:
Fundamental Analysis - this is the analysis of the fundamental financial condition of a company to identify which stocks you may want to buy when the timing is right. This form of analysis will give you NO indication of the best time to buy a stock or sell a stock.
Technical Analysis - this form of analysis will tell you "when" to buy a stock and when to sell the stock. It will do this by showing you (in chart format) the basic interaction of supply and demand and when the two change and shift which will indicate a time to buy or a time to sell.
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