FuelCell Energy got a rating downgrade from J.P. Morgan analyst Paul Coster .
Coster lowered his rating on the fuel cell power-plant maker's shares to neutral from overweight, on valuation concern.
"The stock is up about 135% over the last month (S&P 500 up 3.4%), buoyed initially by a wave of regional 'climate ambition' initiatives associated with hydrogen and fuel cells, but also owing to a rerating of the alternative energy stocks on the back of the Biden election victory,” Coster wrote in a commentary. But Coster also said “the more dramatic move over the last three days seems to be taking place in absence of new news,".
According to the analyst, FuelCell seems to be moving towards profitability in 2022, and its fundamentals look good. However, the share price exceeded Coster estimate of a fair-value.