All three are in Daily up-trends, which is all we need to know to trade in and out of them. Nonetheless, that False Bar Stochastic is ominously close to a Sell signal. My strategy would be to wait here, if the FBS goes into trend mode, then buy, or if alternatively the FBS triggers a Sell signal, go with the downside play.
On the other hand, take a look at this private company, Nanosolar, which may have revolutionized solar energy with their proprietary thin film solar panels:
There are countless ways to manufacture solar panels, but there's only one metric that counts: how the cost of solar power compares with that of electricity from fossil fuels. Until energy from the sun can beat energy from coal at the marketplace, solar will remain a niche player, adorning the rooftops of those who care more for their green reputation than for their bottom lines. Enter Nanosolar, a San Jose-based start-up that manufactures thin-film solar panels. Unlike the bulky silicon panels that dominate the solar market, Nanosolar thin-film technology is light and extremely cheap to make. The key is the manufacturing process: while silicon panels need to be baked in batches, Nanosolar's thin-film panels roll off the assembly line, as if from a printing press.Keep an eye out for Nanosolar going public, or, some other back-door way to invest in it, i.e. owning shares of public companies that may have already taken stakes in Nanosolar.