Maxwell Looks Maxed Out on the Downside

Investors who agree that green energy and emerging markets will be two of the most powerful sources of growth over the next decade or longer should like shares of Maxwell Technologies (MXWL). Maxwell makes and markets energy storage and power-delivery products, and it looks set to benefit from both of these growth trends.

However, its recent stock-price movement has given investors little to like. Lowered guidance in a cruddy market is a recipe for a falling stock, so it's not so surprising that shares of Maxwell did just that after management cut back revenue expectations. But the extent of Maxwell's fall from grace in reaction to the bad news has nonetheless kept many analysts and company insiders bullish on the stock....594 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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