Editors Note:

Clinton's performance in the debate and her comments about the coming energy crisis had analysts recommending one particular stock. While Clinton may not win, she is currently ahead in the polls and she strongly supports solar energy. That suggests a Clinton presidency would maintain laws and tax credits to stimulate further solar production.



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FSLR - First Solar - Company Profile

First Solar, Inc. provides solar energy solutions in the United States and internationally. It operates through two segments, Components and Systems. The Components segment designs, manufactures, and sells solar modules that convert sunlight into electricity. This segment manufactures cadmium telluride and crystalline silicon modules for system integrators and operators. The Systems segment provides turn-key photovoltaic solar power systems or solar solutions, such as project development; engineering, procurement, and construction; and operating and maintenance services to utilities, independent power producers, and commercial and industrial companies. Company description from FinViz.com.

First Solar was the number one pick for a Clinton presidency. In the first debate, she advocated for installing "half a billion" solar panels to head off an impending energy crisis and reduce climate change.

After the debate Clinton was the assumed victor because of her calm, fact filled answers. Analysts have picked several stocks that would rise with a Clinton presidency and they were all up on Tuesday. Note that FSLR was in all four lists.

Deutsche Bank said buy FSLR, C, NFLX, UNH and FB.
Zacks said buy FSLR, LMT and PFPT.
Estimize said buy FSLR, UNH, FB, NFLX and CYBR.
InsiderMonkey said buy FSLR, CREE, TSLA, UNH and HUM.

I could not recommend FSLR on Tuesday because it was up 5%. The morning dip on Wednesday deflated the options and gives us an entry point. However, there is strong resistance at $39.50. I would like to see it move over that level before we jump in. A move over that level could generate significant short covering because FSLR was in a downtrend before the political lift.

Earnings are Oct 27th so we will be out relatively quickly. That is a week before the election and if Clinton is ahead in the polls the stock should still be rising. This could be a volatile position because of the political sound bites.

With a FSLR trade at $40.00

Buy Nov $42.50 call, currently $1.65, no initial stop loss.


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