10 clean energy stocks for 2020: Updated model portfolio

Clean Energy Stocks 3

After a couple down market days, all the limit orders I listed on Monday have executed.

Here is the current portfolio:

CVA Mar21 $7.50 Put-2RDEIF100
GPP276EBAY Jan ‘21 $8 Put-1

Coming Up:

Third quarter earnings season is starting… I plan to write short notes on earnings as they come out for my Patreon supporters, which will be compiled into longer articles on AltEnergyStocks.com a few days later.

Also, I’m doing a talk on how to divest from fossil fuels with the founder of divestor.org this coming Monday at 8:30 pm ET for the Climate and Health subgroup of Citizens Climate Lobby  It’s open to the public, so follow the link if you are interested.

Disclosure: Long positions all the stocks in the model portfolio with the exception of NFYEF.  

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Tom Konrad, PhD., CFA is a portfolio manager, financial analyst, and freelance writer specializing in renewable energy and energy efficiency. He is currently looking for a money management firm to sponsor what he believes would be the first dividend income oriented green mutual fund, based on a strategy, the Green Global Equity Income Portfolio, he has been managing since December 2013.  He is Editor at AltEnergyStocks.com.  Tom lives in New York's lower Hudson River Valley. He volunteers for the environmental nonprofit community, runs, and is a woodworker. He's currently using those woodworking skills to renovate (and upgrade the energy performance) of the 1930 farmhouse he lives in with his wife.

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