By Kevin Grewal, editorial director at SmartStops.netAs global warming advocates continue to make their mark on the energy sector and energy firms refine and develop more efficient methods of producing clean energy, will solar power be the light at the end of the tunnel?
Here are some stocks to watch as solar power continues to emerge: Trina Solar ( TSL) -- March low of $5.96 to $23.93 June 25. First Solar ( FSLR - Get Report) -- $103.97 in March to $159.48 on June 25.
Suntech Power ( STP) -- March low of $5.21 to $18.35 on June 25. Yingli Green Energy ( YGE) -- up from a March low of $3.37 to close at $13.24 on June 25. JA Solar ( JASO) -- up from a March low of $1.90 to $4.78 on June 25. As most investors know, the energy sector has its ups and downs and involves some risks. To moderate these risks, utilizing an exit strategy is vital. According to the latest data from SmartStops.net, here are the price levels where the uptrend of the previously mentioned stocks would be over: Trina Solar at $20.25; First Solar at $152.13; Suntech at $16.27; Yingli at $10.99; JA Solar at $3.92. These levels change daily and updated data is free at SmartStops.net.