Buy, Hold, or Sell? My Stock Ratings in the So-Called Green Energy “Bubble”

After a dreadful “week nine,” we are entering a more seasonally friendly stretch for the market.

New green energy tech stocks are going through technical struggles, and my charts show me how to play two of this industry’s leaders.

Clean-energy tech companies like Sunpower Corporation (SPWR), Enphase Energy Inc. (ENPH), and Plug Power Inc. (PLUG) have slipped below critical technical trendlines which are now threatening to suppress their prices even more.

We’re also seeing massive selling pressure in Bitcoin (BTC), and the selloff is far from over.

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This move has caused many analysts and investors to use the word “bubble.” But my charts are telling me something different…

Instead of a bubble, they’re showing me a very consistent, profitable pattern in both green energy stocks and BTC.

Not to mention, green energy is one of the most lucrative sectors in the market today, and as the industry continues to mature prices will continue to rally higher.

The same can be said for BTC, which is being embraced by a quickly growing percentage of the global population.

Right now, we have a short window of opportunity to make an easy profit from both these investments.

Here’s how

Make Last Week’s Money Back with These Three Earnings Trades

Traders took profits from some of the best-performing sectors last week – and as a result, the broader market lost 4.5%.

Alternative electric and vehicle stocks like Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq:TSLA) were slashed by more than 15% after doubling in price since the November election.

Next up were cryptocurrencies, as securities such as Bitcoin (BTC) and Riot Blockchain Inc. (Nasdaq:RIOT) hit short-term correction levels, the sector pulling back 20%.

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But we called this market correction.

Last week was the ninth of the year – historically, the worst one for the market. Over the last 20 years, on average, including winning and losing weeks, the market has lost about 1%.

We predicted the drop. And now, we’re onto the 10th week of the year – a week in which my “market almanac” sees a rally.

The market’s ninth week may have taken your money. But the 10th week could give it back… and then some. Earnings season is kicking back up, and I have three trades to share with you today.

But earnings aren’t the only bullish driver of the week….

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