|Several European countries, including the UK, are committed to becoming the leaders in cleaner energy, while China has pledged a green revolution and wants to become carbon neutral by 2060. In the US, one of the four top priorities for the President-elect Joe Biden is tackling climate change. As such, Biden's victory has provided an additional boost to shares of renewable and cleaner energy companies. Biden has pledged to re-join the Paris climate agreement, and reverse some of the other controversial plans that the Trump administration had taken, including weakening automotive and appliance efficiency standards.|
|In addition to solar and wind power, it is worth keeping an eye on shares of companies that provide energy storage and grid infrastructure, as well as those that own or are large shareholders in such companies. |
One way to get onboard the solar rally and without worrying too much about company-specific risks at the same time is through an exchange-traded fund such as the Invesco Solar ETF. This ETF has a trading symbol "TAN," and consists of a basket of more than 20 global solar companies, providing you a good exposure to the sector.
|You also have JinkoSolar Holding (JKS), which is a Chinese-based manufacturer of solar panels — currently the world's largest. The company distributes its solar products and sells to a utility, commercial and residential customer base all over the world including China, Japan, Europe, Latin America and USA. |
Other major stocks in the sector include: SunPower Corp (SPWR), SolarEdge Technologies (SEDG) and Enphase Energy (ENP).
|But I wanted to highlight Canadian Solar Inc (CSIQ) in this article, which has also been printing bullish price action of late, and might be about to break further higher:|
|Figure 1. Daily chart for CSIQ.|
|Graphic provided by: TradingView.|
|Shares in the company have recently been consolidating inside a triangle pattern near the recent highs. But as you can see, they have now broken out of the pattern to the upside, potentially paving the way for a run toward the 2008 record high of around $51.80, which also corresponds with the 161.8% Fibonacci extension of the small correction from the October 2020 peak. In fact, the first bullish target is the liquidity above that October 2020 high at $44.86, which as it happens comes in just above the 2014 high of $44.50. The 127.2% Fibonacci extension is an additional target, at $44.08.|
In terms of support, the breakout area at $41.35ish is the most important short-term level that needs to hold now. Below this, the bullish trend line comes in around $38-$39 area. But if the stock falls below the trend line then that would be a bearish development.
|Title:||Financial Market Analyst|
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