Maxwell Technologies, Inc.
Imagine a small energy company that lost $0.24 a share 2009, broke into the black and made $0.05 in 2010, almost quadrupled that and made $0.18 last year, and will come close to tripling that again this year with perhaps $0.50 in adjusted earnings. (After the third quarter, its 12-month trailing earnings were $0.47).
The company made $0.21 in the just-reported third quarter, more more »
Are the batteries of tommorrow the bargain stock of today? At first glance, no -- the bear market has mauled their stock and left their finances in disarray. But a Fool always looks closer...
You're probably asking yourself: 'as opposed to stocks that need an electrical outlet?' In all seriousness, companies in the battery business have a strong outlook. New types of batteries for alternative energy items, especially cars, are increasing in need. These companies span the globe, and some are diverse while others have a laser-like focus. A wisely constructed combination of battery stocks makes for a smart portfolio addition.
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