Top-10 Energy Stocks: EnerNOC

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EnerNOC is ranked number nine in Dave's top-10 energy stocks. He feels the company has a real edge in relation to its competitors, and thinks the company will perform well over the long term. The video concludes with Dave's recommendation on the stock.

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  • Report this Comment On February 23, 2012, at 2:07 AM, WatchfulEye1776 wrote:

    Wrong advice from Dave Meier concerning ENOC. He has not researched the market fundamentals here. If he had he would disclose that ENOC's offering has become commoditized, and disintermediated by DR aggregation software from UiSOL (Alstrom) and Akuacom (Honeywell).

  • Report this Comment On February 24, 2012, at 11:22 AM, Idahoaz wrote:

    WatchfulEye,

    It is somewhat true that the product has been commoditized because more companies are offering DR programs. However, more utilities around the world are continuing to offer DR programs. In the US, more states are requiring that the utilities have DR programs. It seems that the commoditization is a function of a growing market.

    It seems that you are taking a grand stance on the product being disintermediated. More companies are getting into the DR game, and some of them very big. However, not only is the market growing so more companies can be accommodated, ENOC is the big player in the game worldwide. The most GW under contract and growing at a great rate. Your may conclude ENOC as not an investment for you, but that kind of strength and growth are exactly the types of things that fools tend to look for.

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