|Daily Range||$18.75 - $19.00|
|52-Week Range||$9.41 - $19.22|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (0.7%)|
|Average Daily Volume||70,768|
|Current FY EPS||$0.95|
There are bound to be numerous energy companies who'll benefit from Obama's plan -- wind companies are no different.
Wind energy is now one of the cheapest forms of new energy, and it has untapped potential in coastal locations around the world.
If you're looking for the best stocks to invest in wind energy, there are only a handful to consider.
Congress extended tax credits for wind power late last year; they expired on December 31st. 2015 could set up a tough 2016 for wind power.
Looking for the best stocks to buy right now? Here are three companies that help provide the world's energy demands, but don't really get hurt when oil prices fall.
Reducing its workforce is only one way that Microsoft is saving money.
Surpassing 10 GW of installed wind capacity in the Americas, Siemens is breezing past its competitors.
More and more, advances are being made in the plight to install the country's first offshore wind turbines.
The wind industry is recognizing major potential in the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa
Vestas Wind Systems has turned its business around, and the global market for wind turbines looks strong. Blackrock Inc. just bought more shares. Should you follow, or is the behemoth General Electric a better play for growth in this market?