Bloom Energy, which was founded by former Goldman Sachs executives, is the second-largest energy supplier in the United States after ExxonMobil.
The company, which is based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, has about 8,000 employees, according to its website.
Bloom Energy’s stock has increased more than 60 percent since the start of 2017, according and research firm Morningstar.
But its stock has fallen more than 80 percent since April 2016, when it closed at $15.85.
Bloom Energy stock has been in a downtrend since January, but has since surged, gaining more than $20 per share during the last six months.
The stock has seen gains in recent months as investors look to diversify their portfolios.
In February, Bloom Energy increased its dividend by 25 percent to 2 cents per share.
The move raised the company’s dividend by more than a third over the past year, according the Wall Street Journal.
Bloom Energy has been on a long downtrend and was trading at $9.50 per share in early February.
It has been trending lower for most of the year, and recently gained about 1.6 percent.
The stock has lost nearly 80 percent of its value since March 2016.
According to Morningstar, Bloom’s stock is up by just 1.7 percent during the year.
Champion Energy stock is also a high-profile example of Bloom Energy.
After acquiring Bloom Energy in 2017, Champion Energy, a Texas-based energy company, expanded to other states and has been trading at a discount to Bloom Energy since.
Champion Energy has seen growth in its energy portfolio, which includes wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass energy.
Polar is another high-growth stock that has gained in recent weeks.
Since the start, the stock has gained about 3.5 percent, according Wall Street research firm FactSet.
However, its stock price is still down more than 25 percent since March of 2016.
Pivot Energy, an energy technology company, also gained steam recently as investors sought diversification options, according Business Insider.
Energy stocks are typically volatile in terms of price movements.
The most volatile stock market can be volatile when there is a major downturn, but the energy industry has seen relatively stable prices in recent years.
Energy stocks can also be volatile because of how energy markets operate.
As a result, investors are often looking to diversified portfolios and take advantage of trading opportunities when there are short-term opportunities.
A lot of the time, energy stocks have been trending higher because of recent gains.
However, this trend is a bit different when it comes to oil prices.
At the end of the day, energy investors want to diversification.
So, diversification is a good thing, said David Kostas, an analyst at Morningstar who has tracked energy stocks.