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FuelCell (NASDAQ: FCL) Stock is an Alternative Energy Pullback Buy at These Levels

Monday, November 30, 2020 | Jea Yu
 FuelCell (NASDAQ: FCL) Stock is an Alternative Energy Pullback Buy at These LevelsFuel cell power solutions provider FuelCell Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: FCEL) stock has exploded to the upside recently on the electric vehicle (EV) momentum. Shares have spiked well over 300% from its February pre-COVID-19 highs handily outperforming the benchmark S&P 500 index (NYSEARCA: SPY). Money (and momentum) has spread into the heavily speculated EV stocks continued to flow into battery, materials and battery charging stocks. Seasoned traders (old timers) may remember FCEL trading with the likes of Plug Power (NASDAQ: PLUG) and Ballard Power Systems (NASDAQ: BLDP) during the first alternative energy boom, before the bust cycle. With the latter trading in the $20s, shares of FuelCell would appear to be a laggard under $10. Nimble traders can monitor the price action of the peers to gauge the sentiment while watching FCEL shares for opportunistic pullback price levels to trade reversions. It’s important to remember that narrative is fueling the momentum enabling these stocks to trade ahead of the actual fundamentals. In other words, don’t buy into or believe the hype. These are still very much developmental companies selling the ‘dream’. Prudent investors should opt to wait for much deeper pullbacks to consider exposure, while nimble traders can ride the momentum bounces off pullbacks.

Q3 FY 2020 Earnings Release

On Sept. 10, 2020, FuelCell reported its fiscal third-quarter 2020 results for the quarter ending July 2020. The Company reported an adjusted earnings-per-share (EPS) loss of (-$0.07) versus consensus analyst estimates for EPS loss of (-$0.06), a (-$0.01) miss. Revenues rose 105% year-over-year (YOY) to $18.7 million beating analyst estimates for $16 million. Backlog decreased to $1.33 billion due to execution f backlog partially offset by increase in Advanced Technology backlog as a result of the joint development agreement with EMRE. On Sept. 30, 2020, FuelCell priced a 43.5 million secondary offering at $2.10.

JP Morning Upgrade and Downgrade

On Oct. 8, 2020, JP Morgan started coverage of FuelCell shares with an Overweight rating citing the Company as an “early stage but massive opportunity” in hydrogen-based energy storage solutions. For the record, the Company has been operating and burning cash since 1969 and almost went bankrupt in 2019 until the Exxon Mobil (NYSE: XOM)deal saved it. Major projects with Toyota and Exxon with the introduction of a solid oxide fuel cell geared towards hydrogen. As shares eventually more than doubled to mid-$5s by Nov. , JP Morning downgrades shares back to Neutral citing shares overshooting its prior estimate of fair value. They did not that the Company seems on track to reach profitability in 2022. JP Morgan prefers shares of Bloom Energy (NYSE: BE) in the fuel cell and hydrogen space. Nonetheless, shares of FCEL managed to skyrocket higher on the EV craze.

The Green Wave

Further fueling alternative energy plays is the potential for a carbon tax to be administered by the Biden administration to join the 46 countries and 28 subnational regions in combatting climate change. Hydrogen is a clear winner in emissions-cutting technology and as long as the “green” wave continues to gain momentum, FuelCell is a viable speculative play. The Biden administration has stated its intent to greatly minimize the fossil fuel industry seeking ways to cut greenhouse gases through the promotion of clean energy. These are all keywords that fall into FuelCell’s core narrative and product of SureSource power plants that utilize fuel cells to generate ultra-clean power.

 FuelCell (NASDAQ: FCL) Stock is an Alternative Energy Pullback Buy at These Levels

 FCEL Opportunistic Pullback Levels

Using the rifle charts on the weekly and daily time frames provides a precise view of the landscape for FCEL stock. The weekly rifle chart went parabolic on the stairstep stochastic mini pups blasting it clear through the upper Bollinger Bands (BBs) and $7.33 Fibonacci (fib) level. The daily stochastic formed a    market structure high (MSH) trigger below $7.05. The daily 5-period MA support overlaps the $7.99 fib. As warned earlier, this stock is only suitable for nimble and seasoned traders who can manage and react to price action. The opportunistic pullback levels sit at the $7.99 fib, $6.68 fib, $4.92 fib, $4.37 fib and $3.12 fib. The extend of the pullbacks may seem extensive but keep in mind that shares were trading as low as $0.19 a year ago when the Company was on the brink of bankruptcy. The final two lowest price levels are best suitable for prudent investors, while nimble traders can trade the reversions off the early fib levels.      

Companies Mentioned in This Article

CompanyMarketRank™Current PricePrice ChangeDividend YieldP/E RatioConsensus RatingConsensus Price Target
FuelCell Energy (FCEL)1.1$12.62-3.3%N/A-22.14Hold$8.50
Plug Power (PLUG)1.8$38.11-3.0%N/A-115.48Buy$52.69
Ballard Power Systems (BLDP)1.5$21.15-5.5%N/A-105.75Buy$31.91
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7 Outdoor Recreation Stocks For Growth And Dividends

If American’s liked outdoor activities before, they love them even more now. The COVID-19 pandemic has done many things, and one of them is reinvigorating American’s love of the outdoors. Data from across the industry shows a sustained uptick in revenue that has the entire complex moving higher.

The RV Industry Association, for example, reports shipments of RVs are up greater than 30% in 2020 and are expected to grow another 20% or more in 2021. If data from the two of the industry’s largest manufacturers are any indication, that forecast is very conservative.

And the gains aren’t limited to RVs. Everything that has anything to do with outdoor recreation is booming. Sales at Dicks Sporting Goods, an iconic brand for retail and the outdoors, has seen a sustained 20% increase in revenue since the 2nd quarter shutdowns. If anything, revenue in this sector is being held back by rapidly declining inventory and tight shipping conditions.

The stocks we are about to show all have something in common; the outdoors. Within the group, you will find everything from RVs to Radios and everything in between an outdoor enthusiast could need or want. Some pay dividends and some don’t, but all will deliver solid returns to investors in 2021.

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