Barry Rehfeld

Barry Rehfeld is a freelance writer, author and former securities analyst. His articles on business and finance have appeared in The New York Times, Kiplinger's, Traders and other publications. He's the author of Home Sweet Zero Energy Home, a book about super energy efficient homes, and co-author of The New Crowd, a book about Wall Street. A native New Yorker, he holds an MBA from Pace University and a B.S. from NYU.

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Here's How to Slash or Even Eliminate Your Utility Bill

Here's How to Slash or Even Eliminate Your Utility Bill

It has never been cheaper to get free electricity from the sun.

Must-See Charts on Solar Energy: SunPower, First Solar, Tesla as Hot as They Look?

Must-See Charts on Solar Energy: SunPower, First Solar, Tesla as Hot as They Look?

The choices are many, so investors must pick with care.

Why Vestas Is the Purest Play in Wind Power

Why Vestas Is the Purest Play in Wind Power

Investors in this company get an excellent shot at significant capital gains for decades.

Why Now's the Time to Invest in Gold

Why Now's the Time to Invest in Gold

A speculative stock rally and potential trade wars could make the lustrous yellow metal look very attractive.

Why Visa, MasterCard Are More Attractive, Plus Jim Cramer's Take

Why Visa, MasterCard Are More Attractive, Plus Jim Cramer's Take

Credit card use is getting a big boost from technology and the world is going cashless, which will boost shares of these two major credit card rivals.