Welcome back to our series of ‘Beyond Oil’ conversations — which we’ve been running all this last week.
Before I get to today’s video, I wanted to remind you to register — if you haven’t already — for our online conference, also called ‘Beyond Oil’ (it’s a seven-day event…and it’s FREE to attend).
All the details, dates and speakers are on this page.
If you look at the quality of speakers lined up for you, you’ll see why, if this was an actual physical conference, we’d be charging in the region of $500 a seat.
But I happen to think this is one of the most important developments — and one of the most exciting investment opportunities many of us will ever see in our lifetimes.
And if you’re interested, I want to give you the chance to hear what some of the biggest and most well-respected energy and market experts in the world have to say about it.
I can also tell you that you will walk away with investment ideas you can act on right away.
We’re not going to just throw a bunch of information at you. You are going to get actionable tips and ideas on how to capitalise on the colossal transfer of wealth we see coming.
But the thing is, we’re only offering free tickets for a limited amount of time.
So if you want to attend our ‘Beyond Oil’ online conference — at no charge — just go here to reserve your place.
Right. Let’s get to today’s conversation.
Now, we’ve talked a lot these past few days about government and popular support for the transition to a clean energy world.
But what do the markets think?
Are Australian investors bound at the hip to our fossil fuel history?
Or is sentiment in the investment markets changing?
More importantly, if the mood in the investment industry is changing…shouldn’t you get on board with it, and invest with the money…rather than in the past?
Well, joining me today to discuss this important issue is our good friend, and leading market analyst, Selva Freigedo.
I wanted to find out from Selva: At what rate are Australian funds ditching fossil fuel-related stocks?
What are these ‘ESG’ investments we’ve been hearing so much about?
Is the writing on the wall for Australia’s thermal coal producers?
…And why does she think the next five to 10 years will be significant for Australian investors who are seeking growth in their portfolios?
Click the thumbnail below now to watch today’s ‘Beyond Oil’ conversation with Selva Freigedo.
I’ll be back again tomorrow with the last of our ‘Beyond Oil’ conversations. See you then!
Publisher, Money Morning
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