Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Scott Levine

Scott Levine

tmfproudmonkey

A member of The Motley Fool since 2006, Scott began contributing content in 2013. His focus includes renewable energy, gold, and water utilities. Follow him on Twitter. . .

Recent articles

A concerned woman looks at a laptop and rubs her temples.

Why Shares of Cree Lighting Are Plummeting Today

A disappointing earnings report has left investors on both Wall Street and Main Street unhappy.


Engineers at a construction site.

3 Potential Winning Stocks from Biden's Infrastructure Plan

There are bound to be plenty of winners from the passage of the infrastructure bill. These three stocks are all contenders.


A smiling man sits with a laptop in a chair with talking on the phone.

Why Shares of Lightning eMotors Are Charging Higher Today

The company reports quarterly earnings today, and the market believes it'll hear good things.


A smiling woman stands next to her scooter and adjusts her helmet.

Why Shares of Niu Technologies Are Racing Higher on Monday

Sales at home and abroad have investors enthusiastic about this e-mobility expert.


Stacks of gold bars.

Why Shares of Pretium Resources Are Soaring Today

This gold mining company looks a lot more lustrous since it reported earnings.

A businessman studies notes attached to a window.

Thinking of Buying Tesla Stock? Here's What You Need to Know

School will be back in session soon, but you can get a head start by learning some things about Tesla today.


A man hold a mug while reading the newspaper.

Why Shares of Plug Power Are Tanking Today

The best investors are well-informed investors. But that means reading carefully.


Happy businesswomen celebrate during a meeting.

Why Shares of PureCycle Technologies Are Soaring Today

This company is looking to reduce the amount of plastic, and investors are thrilled with its progress.


A woman works at a desk with a computer displaying financial charts.

3 Hydrogen Stocks I'd Buy Right Now

Investing in hydrogen has long been on my radar, and these three stocks look like they could be the way to do it.


A woman rubs her eyes while sitting in front of a laptop.

Why Shares of New Gold Lost Their Luster Today

After digging into the earnings report, investors weren't pleased.

A sad dog wears a party hat.

The Market Celebrated Plug Power's Q2 Earnings; Here's Why I'm Not Quite as Impressed

I wouldn't pop the bubbly just yet after seeing this company's earnings report.


A woman writes on a clipboard while leaning against a solar panel.

Why Shares of Array Technologies Are Red-Hot Today

Wall Street is casting a hopeful gaze in this solar stock's direction.


A man presents a down trending line graph to colleagues.

Why Zymergen's Stock Is Crashing (Again) Today

The momentum that the stock gained during Thursday's trading session couldn't be sustained.


A man sits at a table and looks at a laptop.

Why Itron's Stock Is Crashing Today

Second-quarter earnings fell short of expectations, but that's only one of the things troubling investors.


A girl with a toy rocket attached to her back raises her arm.

Why Zymergen's Stock Is Skyrocketing Today

It has been a crazy week for this synthetic-biology upstart -- and the week's not even over yet.

With his head in his hands a man sits at a desk with financial charts scattered on his desk.

What's Weighing Down Plug Power and Bloom Energy's Stocks Today?

News out of Detroit is why fuel-cell focused investors are fretful today.


Wearing a hard hat and standing next to rows of solar panels a woman works on a tablet

Why Shares of Array Technologies Sank 13% in July

Between rising steel prices and bearish sentiment from analysts, investors weren't feeling so sunny about this solar industry niche player last month.


Two businessmen analyze a financial chart in an office.

Why Shares of Leidos Holdings Are Tanking Today

After a disappointing earnings report, investors were dropping the information technology company's shares.


Women look at a rising financial chart on a computer screen.

Why Shares of Albemarle Jumped 22% in July

Wall Street had nice things to say about this lithium stock, and investors were listening.


A concerned woman bites her pen and looks at a computer screen.

Why Shares of Plug Power Sank 20% in July

The company didn't report anything catastrophic this month. So what worried investors?