2019’s top ETF shines bright

So far in 2019, the $344 million Invesco Solar ETF (TAN), a renewable energy ETF that tracks the global solar power industry, has risen a whopping 45.1%. In contrast, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) has risen 15.9%.

With natural gas prices on a downward slide and the Trump administration devoted to supporting the domestic fossil fuel industry, the fact that a solar power ETF has outperformed all other ETFs is surprising, to say the least (read: “ETF Of The Week: Solar Fund Shines“).

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Enphase Energy: Great Expectations for IQ8 Ensemble

In all the years of following Enphase Energy (ENPH), their upcoming earnings call should be one of the most exciting, especially considering recent events. Many loyalists are eagerly anticipating news of Enphase’s 8th-generation “IQ8 Ensemble.” This revolutionary new product suite will give solar systems “battery-less” microgrid capability and true grid-agnostic, energy freedom; it will further provide the impetus to upgrade for millions of customers whose aging solar PV systems do not have that capability.


Here’s why enphase stock grew 52% in January

Shares of Enphase Energy (NASDAQ:ENPH) jumped nearly 53% last month, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. The provider of microinverters and energy storage products didn’t gain on any specific day for any specific reason, but rather recovered from a poor finish in 2018. While many stocks sank in December, investors suffered through a more prolonged slump with Enphase Energy. The company’s shares slid 30% in the second half of last year.