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- PLUG's 30 day story count now stands at 48.
- Over the past 29 days, PLUG's stories per day has been in a clear uptrend, growing by about 0.25 per day.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about PLUG are FCEL, AG and DE.
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Fuel-cell stocks were higher today, with Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG), Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE), and FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL) gaining 3.2%, 5.6%, and 11.4%, respectively as of 1 p.m. EDT. With more and more carmakers investing in hydrogen fuel-cell technology, investors in fuel-cell stocks are getting increasingly upbeat about the prospects. A report from Reuters this morning revealed how some of the auto giants from across the world are looking beyond battery-electric vehicles and investing in hydrogen, which appears to be pumping interest in hydrogen fuel-cell stocks.
Plug Power, a maker of hydrogen fuel cells, is trying to rebound as momentum in renewable energy lifts shares. Is PLUG stock a buy right now?
Hydrogen fuel cell company Plug Power (PLUG) is kind of a funny company. Owing to accounting quirks, the "gross billings" it highlights in its earnings reports don't always match up with actual revenues as calculated according to generally accepted accounting principles. As a result, despite a big jump in revenues last quarter, Plug Power is a company still sporting $5.5 million in "negative revenues" on its income statement. But perhaps not for long.
The hydrogen fuel sector may get a boost from Congress, but there are better ways to play that than FCEL stock.
Plug Power (PLUG) closed the most recent trading day at $26.08, moving +1.4% from the previous trading session.
Expedia Group, Inc (NASDAQ: EXPE), Cloudflare, Inc (NYSE: NET) and Plug Power, Inc (NASDAQ: PLUG) are all trading higher in strong uptrends. An uptrend occurs when a stock consistently makes a series of higher highs and higher lows on the chart. The higher highs indicate the bulls are in control while the intermittent higher lows indicate consolidation periods. Traders can use moving averages to help identify an uptrend with rising lower frame moving averages (such as the eight-day or 21-day exp
Shares of hydrogen fuel cell company Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) tumbled in Monday trading as investors reacted to a broad-based S&P 500 sell-off and an announcement from Plug Power that it will be investing heavily over the next several years to develop a string of liquid hydrogen production plants stretching from New York to California. In a "flash note" that came out over the weekend, analysts at Evercore made an aggressive bull case for why new legislation in Congress could help lift Plug Power stock -- currently selling for $26 and change -- as high as $42 a share within a year, or even higher, potentially more than doubling the stock price to $64 a share. As Evercore explained in a note covered by Tipranks.com, should either the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by the Senate...
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Shares of hydrogen fuel cell company Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) closed down 2.8% on Monday. With the S&P 500 falling 1.7%, it probably felt like everything was down today, but Plug Power fell more than most. To wit, in a press release Monday, Plug announced that it is "expanding its green hydrogen ecosystem to the West Coast with the construction of a new state-of-the-art production facility in Fresno County, California," aiming to produce "30 metric tons" of hydrogen gas daily from "zero-carbon sources" through electrolysis and emit "only harmless oxygen" as a byproduct from the process.
Rewind to a year ago and Plug Power (PLUG) was a high-flying stock. Times change fast on Wall Street, however, and now the hydrogen fuel cell maker sits 25% into the red on a year-to-date basis. Yet, could a shift in sentiment be right around the corner? J.P. Morgan’s Paul Coster thinks so and says the company’s “dedicated leadership team and clear focus on execution across its business domains” leaves it very well-placed to be a hydrogen economy “leader.” Looking at the near-term, Coster believes demand for the company’s core materials handling products remains “strong.