U.S. crude oil exports surpassed 2 million b/d for the first time ever in May 2018. China was the largest destination for the second month in a row, but by a much larger margin, taking 137,000 b/d more than Canada, the second largest destination. #OOTT pic.twitter.com/hPaCGUbECB
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Israel-based Solaredge ($SEDG) designs, develops, and sells direct current (DC) optimized inverter systems for solar photovoltaic (PV) installations.
The stock has shown its strength yesterday with a price increase in excess of 3% when most of the market was in red.
Its performance over the last year has been exceptional, with a peak of more than 200% and a current year-on-year capital appreciation of 148%. With this week’s move the stock is now trading above its 200 days moving average.
But the stock is not only about momentum as it still sports an attractive valuation with PEG (5 years expected) of 0,82.
Solaredge is benefitting from its digital technology in a sector still dominated by analogue devices.
Whether it is due to favorable regulation, like the recent one dictating that in California all new houses should be equipped with PV panels, or simply because switching to solar “makes perfect economic sense” to use the words of Tony Seba, Solaredge seems well positioned from riding the long wave of solar energy.
This stock is also an example of a way of investing in a company that enables the transition towards more sustainable energy resources.
Here is an example of an energy stock which has bested the market and a lot of its peers: Valero energy $VLO