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Despite the weakness in U.S. stocks, there is one sector that has escaped most of the selling and has started to show signs of strength: the solar energy complex.
The trading panel ticked off some plays they believe will work as Japan rebounds from the disaster.
ReneSola, Jinko Solar and Trina Solar will likely outperform ExxonMobil, Chevron and ConocoPhillips, according to analysts' estimates of 12-month price targets.
A spike in oil prices is putting a spotlight on the industry after last year's fadeout.
Suntech Power, the largest solar module manufacturer in the world, turns in a revenue beat in the fourth quarter.
Marathon Oil, ConocoPhillips and PetroChina were among the gainers last week.
Solar stocks tumble as a draft legislation in Italy suggests there could be a strict cap on solar installations, the key growth market for 2011.
Shares of Renesola Limited American Deposit Receipt R (NYSE:SOL) were gapping down Tuesday morning with an open price 11% lower than Monday's closing price. The stock closed at $11.05 yesterday and opened today's trading at $9.83.
Chesapeake, Chevron, Petrobras, and ConocoPhillips were among the gainers last week; solar stocks were down.
BP, Total, Sinopec and solar stocks are among the cheapest energy stocks.
Soros Fund Management is busy during the fourth quarter buying and selling solar stocks.
Halliburton, Schlumberger, Trina Solar and Complete Production Services are stocks to consider as crude climbs to new highs.
These solar stocks will likely generate attractive returns, given the strong outlook for solar energy, according to analysts.
Solar stocks are starting to heat up, and investors need to pay attention.
TheStreet presents a rundown of the winners in the small-cap space during Monday trading
First Solar is within range of a share price it hasn't been able to surpass in a year and a half.
ReneSola, Trina Solar, JA Solar and China Petroleum & Chemical have upsides in the range of 18% to 82% based on analysts' consensus estimates of 12-month target prices.
Germany is expected to announce its latest plan to reduce support for solar installations any day now.
Chinese solar stocks keep moving up as bullishness comes back to the solar sector.
Solar stocks have their biggest day in weeks as outlook on 2011 improves.
GT Solar and ReneSola headed the gainers list, while Halliburton and Petrobras were among the top losers last week.
Halliburton, Petrobras and China Solar are among the stocks with favorable price targets for 2011.
Analysts estimate these five stocks to see an upside of 20%-99% during 2011.
Anadarko and Petrobras topped the energy stocks gainers' list last week.
Solar stocks sell off on Tuesday, as the latest pricing data indicates a decline larger than expected.
Spain plans a retroactive reduction of solar subsidies, a move once considered unthinkable by solar companies.
YPF, an Argentinian oil and gas company, jumped more than 17% last week.
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