What Caught Our Attention in the Investment World? – Week of December 28-31, 2020

By Kuldip K. Ambastha

Per the table shown above, FuelCell Energy, Inc. (FCEL) had a trading week of three down days and one up day. FuelCell Energy focuses on fuel cell technology, and also provides ultra-clean, comprehensive power solutions to customers. While the company is not currently profitable, its forecasted earnings growth rate for the next year is +57.1%. The fuel cell industry does not have direct subsidies available to it, but still the industry may benefit from federal government funds allocated to clean energy research. Given the nascent and uncertain nature of fuel cell technology, it is not surprising that FuelCell Energy’s stock has had its volatile ups and downs over time akin to what was seen in this trading week.

Best wishes for 2021 to all of our readers!

Keywords – FuelCell Energy, Inc., FuelCell Energy, FuelCell, FCEL, fuel cell technology, clean power, clean energy, profits, earnings, growth, federal government.

Disclosure – The principals and clients of Ambastha Financial LLC have no positions in FCEL.

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