Renewable Energy Stocks to Invest In – Best Green Stocks

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I do not provide personal investment advice and I am not a qualified licensed investment adviser. I am an active day trader and investor. The views/commentary below are only my opinion. When it comes too making investments it is wise to do you’re own DD and seek the advice of a licensed professional. I am not being paid for links to the company’s listed below in any shape form or fashion. The links are strictly to assist you in performing you’re own DD when making decisions about investing while providing you the gift of time. If you represent a company or organization that would like to be included in this article or future articles please email me using the contact form. I’m always open too learning something new.

Introduction to the Green Stocks List & Learning

If you are considering trading then,”Welcome To The Thunderdome”. This is not the purpose of this article. There is a huge difference between active day trading and investing, they are not even close to the same. If you are looking for some trading ideas you may certainly find some here for the watch list. Just remember trading has nothing to do with the long term, only the when and now. Online stock market trading is not for the faint of heart nor for those who do not have the time to commit too learning the game. It takes REAL dedication to be successful.

Here we will discuss a few topics pertaining to renewable energy stocks’ to invest in and some of the best green stocks’ out there showing some promise. Remember, if you want the world to change you are the one’s that can make it happen by choosing too support these up and coming business’s with your dollars. Simply buying their products or services is not the only way too support them but it’s also a good start.

Disruptive Innovation – A Circular Economy In a New Green World

In our quest to find renewable energy stocks’ to invest in or simply the best green stocks’ we must first seek out those companies’s that are truly seeking or providing a disruptive product or service within their perspective areas. We are accustomed to hearing the world disruptive associated with technology stocks’. Please take note, this is not always and quite often not the case. Ideally the business we look for should focus their efforts from a cradle to cradle or “Circular Economy” perspective. Since we are talking about investing we are looking for products and services that we know will be around a long time to ensure we are truly looking at some of the best green stocks’ out there. First we will focus our attention on the best green energy stocks’ out there. If you know of one that should be placed in this article, please leave a comment below and I will absolutely do some DD and include it here.

 

Best Green Energy Stocks 2019 & Beyond & My Take On Solar Energy

I intentionally did not include a single solar company in this list for many reasons. Solar energy as cool as it may seem is in fact anything but that and will not in my opinion ever be a substitute for fossil fuels as it exists right now. When, you consider everything involved with solar, net zero is not achievable. Consider the raw materials it takes to create not only the panels, but the battery’s you need if you’re going off grid. The energy required to find the elements for these systems, manufacture the components which are mostly non recyclable, deliver the product, and maintain the product. From an investors’ perspective, I would stay far away from solar power for now, but as a trader there will be many opportunities. In summary, the use of fossil fuels as they are right now have less of an impact on our environment than what it takes to deliver a sub par solar system to the individual, or business. Since some feeling may get hurt here, I will throw out a couple within the solar industry I do like. ENPH FSLR TRNX TERP NEE The last 3 pay dividends. Because of this fact the last one I’ll offer up here that uses solar panels in their process so I could not include it below. However, despite the risk of such a young company and being an OTC stock, I believe it to be worth the risk at throwing a bill or two at it on the long. HYSR

There are some innovations in the works and will continue to be to improve the efficiency’s of solar power along with the impact it has on our environment. ALYI Printed Solar Panels – Organic – I can see the day when technology’s like these are realized, but until then, my money is on other methods of creating renewable energy that will be included in my list of the best green energy stocks’ of 2019 and beyond. Let’s get started.

Taronis Technologys NASDAQ: TRNX

I have been a fan of this first one for a few years now. Originally Magna Gas, they have changed the name and symbol. Day traders are very familiar with this ticker as it did provide quite the volatility, volume, and hype they generally look for and I’m certain this one will pop up on the radar off and on for a while. Regardless of charts and the opinions of day traders I believe this one really has a shot at making a difference. This company turns waste into a usable gas that is more efficient than acetylene and cleaner. Please view the process here as it will explain what it actually does, it’s pretty amazing. Water Decontamination Most people don’t think about this but remember, water is the new oil of the future.

General Electric NYSE: GE

Here is one everyone should be familiar with. “Brings good things too Life”. What they will bring back too life, is themselves. General electric has the staying power to make it through these times of change and started the progress quite some time ago ahead of the curve. To not include them here would be both negligent and wrong. Today’s price $9.34 is a very attractive entry point for most any budget and, they pay dividends. GE has done a great job through acquisitions and innovation getting itself into the renewable energy sector over the years. Wind power on shore, off shore, and hydro kinetics along with some solar and grid solutions with much more.

Vestas Wind Systems OTC: VWDRY

This one is one of the few pure plays in renewable wind energy. From their partnership with Tesla beginning in 2017 to their presence on various continents including emerging markets such as India, I believe this company shows great promise. They may still hold the title, “The Largest”, wind turbine manufacturer in the world and there are plenty of windy areas across the globe that could use a little Vestas. I believe it to be beyond speculative at this point and it is now in management’s hands to make it happen. Yes, this one also pays dividends.

Casella Waste Systems NASDAQ: CWST

Waste collections, disposal, and processing plays one of the largest roles of protecting our environment today. When you are doing your own DD, I highly recommend you did deep into this segment. What I like about these guys is their commitment too being as environmentally friendly as they can when it comes too waste collection and disposal. Let’s face it, we produce a lot of trash and there is nothing pretty about it, nor is it avoidable From their recycling efforts, site management, green energy production through the use of the gases produced from landfill gasses, this company is absolutely trying to do the right thing and making progress. Who would have thought a vast collection facility had a research and development department? Yes, a lot of them do. this one is special.

The Unmentioned

Approximately 3/4 of the worlds’ population and 40% of the US population live in coastal community’s. I wish I had a solid wave power stock to recommend but at this time it is practically 100% speculative, but with great promise. Great for day traders and speculators going forward. Check it out with some of you’re own DD. Keep you’re eye on this niche of the sector going forward. There are many ETF’s you can ask you’re financial adviser about that include this niche while diversifying your portfolio. Does wave power work? Yes. Wave power disadvantages currently outweigh the advantages. Do some DD and find out some wave power facts on you’re own. As I learn more, I will post. Stay tuned.

Geothermal investments are also not on the top of my list at this time as I believe the risks to be far greater than the reward over time. The only place(s) it makes sense is where there are tectonic plates and volcanic activity. Logically it COULD be that we are simply relieving the earth of pressure in these areas that could cause unwanted damage and the loss of life. Just maybe we are slowly displacing energy that would otherwise release it’self all at once. As with any new technology or process, or even a new law or regulation, you must first always consider unintended consequences or the “What If’s”. Hind sight is not something you count on, but incur.

Sustainable Stocks – The Green Stocks List

 

Ecolab NYSE: ECL

I love this company as a long term investment for many reasons including dividends. Ecolab is extremely diverse when you consider all of its subsidiaries. This stock should be part of everyone’s portfolio. Ecolab exceeds the expectations of working towards a cleaner environment. From water conservation and treatments that work to the many various industry’s they impact. Everything they do is with the purpose of realizing a cleaner earth. Ecolab has been leading the way for quite some time. Once again, keep in mind, water is the new oil.

Cisco Systems INC NASDAQ: CSCO

Cisco as you probably already know is an American leader in technology solutions developing and manufacturing network hardware, telecommunications equipment along with many other high-technology services and products. Not only are they a leader in the tech stocks’ arena, they are also originators of the green initiative globally and consistently deliver on their promise to make the world a cleaner, greener place too live. As an investor, this one is yet another dividend paying stock. I can not stress enough how important this is to include in you’re portfolio. Quote, “At Cisco, we believe environmental sustainability is critical for economies and for all global citizens. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preserving biodiversity and natural resources, and designing our products to minimize waste. These important actions are factored into every aspect of our business.” Through their verifiable policy’s, beliefs, and actions they mean it.

Waste Management NYSE: WM

This company should need no introduction, nor should it need to be explained. The name is exactly what they do and do it well. Not only are they efficient, but they have been around long enough to know all the ins and outs of the game. Strong player on a field of ever growing competition and innovation, of which they are leaders. Dividends are only a bonus here as the need for their services will only continue to grow along with the pay outs.

Promising Future Green Tech

Desalination I do not have a ticker for you that I would recommend at this point, however this is 100% a technology to keep you’re eyes on. People from the likes of Bill Gates have been working with company’s, non-profits, and engineers for years on perfecting this process of turning salt water (ocean) into clean drinking water in an energy efficient way. As I have stated over and over water is the new oil. This is one area to keep a very close eye on.

Kinetic Energy from Ocean Waves

Pacific Gas & Electric Company NYSE PCG Siemens AG OTC: SIEGY Ocean Power Technologies, Inc NASDAQ: OPTT

Harvesting Atmospheric Ions

Personally I am partial to this upcoming technology that could really change our future with energy on demand without the need for a storage solution. The potential is there, at this time it is also 100% speculation. What this comes down too is simply (or not) harnessing the power of a lighting bolt, before the strike. At this time I will not share any investments here as they are highly speculative and more in a realm meant for day-traders.

Conclusion – Go With What You Know

Some of the best green stocks’ to invest in will not always be renewable energy stocks’ to invest in. When it comes down too you’re hard-earned dollar going into green stocks’, you should always consult a licensed professional after doing your own due diligence. Know what you want before consulting. It would be nice to think the people we entrust to do these things for us have nothing but our best interest at heart. Don’t count on it. Whatever it is that you do now for income is in some way connected too sustainable practices which are the future. Try focusing on you’re expertise first to come up with you’re own ideas of potential investments. Think forward: demand, longevity, simplicity, and most importantly, think green.

I wish you happiness and prosperity.

 

11 Commentsto Renewable Energy Stocks to Invest In – Best Green Stocks

  1. Hello. I think too that solar energy is still not good enough to replace fossil fuels. Maybe in a decade.
    As for the companies you have here, I know General Electric and Cisco, since I’m mostly into technological stuff. Nice to read that they are going green.
    Personally, I believe it’s too soon for me to be thinking about stock trading and investing but your article made me think that is doable and not so “frightening” as I had it in my mind.

    • admin says:

      Hello GK…Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I 100% agree with your take on solar as it is right now. Investing is absolutely doable by anyone so long as you do consult a licensed professional. The only thing I tell people is to be sure to bring up your ideas and let them help you build a portfolio that is not some generic prescribed solution some of them are told to push on the consumers. Trading however is a completely different story – if you ever go that rout just make sure you have studied up before you go diving into paying for lessons in losses.

      Thank you for all that you do.

  2. Anthony says:

    This website is different from what I am used to. The style and focus is unique. You can’t imagine how much wonderful information you have blogged on this page. Quite interesting to read about this wonderful companies that have staked so much in an improved greener ecosystem. This is the future of mankind and worth every penny of worthwhile investment.
    Thanks for the good work!!

  3. Charles says:

    Thank you very much for this nice article,i fond it really easy to comprehend. I have lost some investment on trading in the time past sonam always skeptical getting involved with it again. I like your green stocks strategy but most importantly I cherish your advice in the concluding part of the article where you said licensed professionals should be consulted where it comes to trading with one hard earned dollar or investment. 

    • Bryan Dover says:

      Absolutely. Thank you for taking the time to comment. It’s 100% true to always do your own DD and if your not an experienced trader or investor to always consult a licensed professional before risking your money. Never assume what you read out here on the web is accurate information, especially social media, specifically when it comes to short or long term investments. Best old advice I am obligated to give anyone in this arena…Never risk more than you can afford to loose and never go all in on any 1 thing – DIVERSIFY – I wish you the best of luck and again I appreciate you leaving feedback. If you have any topics you’d like to see discussed on this site pertaining to Sustainable Green Living let me know.

      Thank you for all that you do.

  4. Scott Hinkle says:

    Thank you for this informative post.  I just recently got the investment bug and am attracted to renewable options.

    I’ll use my SoFi Invest Account and grab a couple of these.  I like SoFi because they offer free trades.  They have a special going on too where, if you sign up and fund your account with $25 or more, you’ll get a $50 credit.  I’ll look up the link and post it in a follow up post.

    Are you familiar with Angel Investing?  It’s a bit riskier vs. investing in stocks but it has great potential too.  There’s one startup that I’m looking at but haven’t invested yet, I’m still doing my due diligence.  They’re called Flower Turbines.  I’ll post that link for you too.

    Again, thank you for this post.  I think I’ll invest in VWDRY, ECL and I’m very excited to see what companies emerge in the limited energy sector.

    Scott

    • Bryan Dover says:

      My pleasure friend. Renewable Energy stocks are absolutely a great place to explore investment options. What I’ve found so far is most of them are long shots pertaining to Renewable Energy. However a safer bet would be with company’s, established companies, legitimately trying to reduce their carbon footprint or are creating new products/services to help us all stop pollution of various types. Im not familiar with Sofi, I’ll check it out.

      I have not yet myself gone into the angel investing arena, although I’ve contributed on Kick starter a a few times.

      Before you go out an invest in VWDRY & ECL check out the links if you didn’t. already – they point to the company’s websites for your own DD.

      Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I’ll check out the flower turbines it sounds interesting.

      Thank you for all that you do.

  5. Scott Hinkle says:

    Here are the links I promised in my previous post…

    The SoFi special: https://www.sofi.com/share/invest/2478055

    Info on Flower Turbines: https://www.sofi.com/share/invest/2478055

    Scott

  6. Bryan Dover says:

    Absolutely. Thank you for taking the time to comment. It’s 100% true to always do your own DD and if your not an experienced trader or investor to always consult a licensed professional before risking your money. Never assume what you read out here on the web is accurate information, especially social media, specifically when it comes to short or long term investments. Best old advice I am obligated to give anyone in this arena…Never risk more than you can afford to loose and never go all in on any 1 thing – DIVERSIFY – I wish you the best of luck and again I appreciate you leaving feedback. If you have any topics you’d like to see discussed on this site pertaining to Sustainable Green Living let me know.

    Thank you for all that you do.

  7. Myles says:

    You mentioned there is a vast difference between trading and investing in stocks. And as you say trading requires time and dedication. I can certainly attest to that as I attempting trading in a half hearted manner and got my head handed to me. It truly is not a place for the faint of heart. If you’re thinking about trading stocks be prepared for a steep learning curve. Thanks for showing us a little of the green stocks that are out there and the ones that currently pay dividends. 

    • Bryan Dover says:

      Don’t I know it lol. It took me a few years to become profitable with trading. Outside of paying dearly for trading lessons with losses my first few years (valuable lessons learned) what really got me going was Tim Sykes & his book “The Complete Penny Stock Coarse” I want to say I grabbed it for $20 on Amazon. Worth the read I promise you. His website has tons of “Free” coarse’s as well I found useful. The book just put it all into a nice read that has good flow.

      The dividend stocks I mentioned are great investments on the long showing continuous improvements over time. I love dividends, specifically for investments.

      Thank you for comment it’s greatly appreciated and thank you for all that you do. Wish you the best of luck.

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