The divide between 'new' and 'old' energy stocks is growing — Here's why

Solar Farm at Death Valley
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The diverging performance between "new" and "old" energy stocks has accelerated during the first trading days of 2022, building on last year's trend that saw oil and gas stocks soar while solar stocks sank. Wall Street analysts say there's upside for both sets of names, although investors need to be selective.

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