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Solar stocks are sinking — What can turn the group around?

Aaron Newsom, left, an installer for the solar company, Sunrun, and Tim McKibben, a senior installer, install solar panels on the roof of a home in Granada Hills.
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Solar stocks are coming off a punishing 2021, and so far the 2022 story has been much the same: investors are fleeing the space. The Invesco Solar ETF fell to a 52-week low on Friday, bringing its year-to-date loss to more than 20%. And that's after the fund declined 25% in 2021.

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