Enphase Is Capitalizing On The Booming Home Energy Market (NASDAQ:ENPH)

The solar industry has been on fire over the past few quarters. Solar MLPE giant Enphase (ENPH) has been on a particularly solid run and continues to surge upwards. Despite an ongoing pandemic, Enphase has approximately quadrupled in market capitalization since March.

Enphase is an increasingly dominant force in the promising solar MLPE space. The company is also successfully moving into the even larger home energy industry. Enphase is at the forefront of a rapidly changing distributed energy industry and continues to innovate at a rapid rate.

Strong Performance Continues

Enphase continues to be one of the strongest performers in the revitalized solar industry. The company has consistently outperformed expectations, which has contributed to the company stunning rise over the past year. While the company’s Q2 revenue of $125.5 million decreased ~6% Y/Y, this revenue figures still impressive considering the industry-wide impact of COVID-19.

Enphase has transformed from one of

Read More Read more

Investor Jonathan Litt on NYC real estate post-pandemic, what’s booming and the future of retail

Jonathan Litt, chief executive officer of Land & Building Investment Management.

Peter Foley | Bloomberg | Getty Images

A View from the Top is a Q&A series exclusively available on CNBC Pro. CNBC reporters will regularly speak with a business leader about decision-making, investing and industry news. 

Land & Buildings Investment Management founder and CIO Jonathan Litt has been closely tracking the ups and downs in the real estate industry, including office, industrial, retail, residential and hotel space, during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Litt has grown L&B, founded in 2008, into a prominent activist hedge fund in the real estate world. In more recent years, he has waged battles with the high-end shopping mall owner Taubman Centers, Forest City Realty Trust (now owned by Brookfield Properties) and office and multifamily property owner Mack-Cali Realty Corp. In 2017, he targeted Saks Fifth Avenue owner Hudson’s Bay, arguing the best use of

Read More Read more

Mortgage and real estate news this week: Booming market, increasing equity

The mortgage and real estate industries remain as hot as ever, which means now can be a great time to buy your first home, refinance your mortgage or tap your home equity to do some remodeling. Here are five stories Bankrate published this week to help you navigate these options.



a man and a woman sitting in a yard: Mixed-race family in front of a house


© jhorrocks/Getty Images
Mixed-race family in front of a house

1. Looking ahead: Housing heat stays on through the fall

There’s no indication that home sales are going to see a significant dropoff in the coming months. Tight supply and low mortgage rates have combined to make it look like the cooler weather and school restarting will do little to dampen competition in the real estate market. Even after some regular, seasonal loss in momentum, the fall is likely to be pretty busy.

Loading...

Load Error

Read the story.

2. Home prices are staying up

Unlike the Great Recession in 2008,

Read More Read more