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I often get questions from readers asking me what I think about this alternative energy company or that one.  Much of the time, I simply have to say "I haven’t researched it."  What can I say, I’m not Jim Cramer.  Even when I do have an opinion, and the question is left in the comments (my rule is, if you want free advice, you have to be willing to share,) it’s probably not researched in the depth that the person was hoping for.

For all of you wondering about my take on a specific stock, please let me know by leaving a comment on this article.  I’ll write articles with the same depth of research I’m doing in the current 10 Solid Clean Energy Companies to Buy on the Cheap series on at least some of them.  The Ten Solid Companies series will resume this Sunday with a company focused on efficient transportation.  

When that series is over, we’ll have a look at some of our Readers’ requests.

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  1. ENEI.OTB, this stock has risen 45% since that last time I’ve posted a comment asking about this stock 1 month ago. Thanks!
    one thing I can say right now… I’m always reluctant to buy after a run-up like that — TK

  2. I may have missed it, but I was wondering if you could do some coverage on methane production from waste, such as landfills, manure, sewage treatment plants, etc. There are several smaller companies working in this field, IESV.OB, and EPG are two I know of that process manure, but it would be great to have some analysis on how the market is playing out.
    Thank you for all the hard work. GS
    you havn’t missed it. I’m going to do this in March. –TK

  3. What do you think of the Brazilian market in general and, specifically, a company with symbol SDA?
    Does SDA have anything to do with Alternative energy? –TK

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