The S&P 500 is up 0.5% so far this year, and that includes an uptick in solar, but it’s also up in more than a few industries that could be affected by solar.
This chart breaks down the industries that have seen the biggest gains, from the biggest declines to the biggest gain.
(The S&s is down for the year, which means we’re looking at solar in the context of what’s happened over the last month or so.)
Solar energy: Solar is a huge part of the U.S. economy, but the stock market is largely insulated from the economic impact.
Solar companies are paying for a lot of the infrastructure to power their factories, and the energy they generate is often exported to other parts of the world.
Solar has always been a part of our lives, and in this environment, it’s going to continue to be a huge driver of the economy.
The S &M Solar Energy Index is up over 1% this year.
Wall Street Journal / Getty Images solar stock index: The S and M are the two largest sectors of the S&amp.
That’s up by 1% so so far, and solar has already added another $1.5 trillion to the market value of the index.
The solar stocks that are gaining are generally more volatile.
They’re mostly more technology-focused.
But the S & amp;amp ;M Solar ETF is up 7% this month, which is a big deal.
Solar’s growth in the last 12 months: We’ve seen this over the past year.
The index is up 12% so it’s up in just about every sector.
Solar was at the top of the solar growth story, but in the wake of Trump’s election, the market has gotten even more volatile since then.
It’s up 9% so that’s not a good sign for the stock, but there are a lot more companies than just the S and B sectors that are seeing this.
The S &AMP Solar Energy ETF is at its best at the moment.
Investors are getting into solar for different reasons, but one of the main reasons investors are investing in solar is because of the political climate.
This index shows that the S.O.
S is a lot less polarized than the S;P.
This chart breaks out the Solar PV sector: The market is also seeing some good growth in solar companies.
In the last year, there has been a surge in demand for solar panels, and companies are looking to expand their footprint and ramp up production.
The market for solar power is also going to be really important for the U