New Energy Investor will introduce you to some of the most promising clean energy stocks — long before many Australian investors get to hear about them. If you’re looking to grab an early — and potentially lucrative — stake in the multitrillion-dollar energy switchover, this newsletter will be perfect for you.
Is the writing on the wall for fossil fuels?
Giant oil companies like Chevron, Spain’s Repsol, and BP have written down oil production assets worth billions. Meanwhile, the cost of renewable energy continues to fall as technology improves — making it a more attractive and sustainable alternative to fossil fuels.
And over the next three decades, US$95 trillion is going to facilitate the global transition to a low-carbon economy. With that sheer volume of money flooding the sector, companies leading the change could offer early investors incredible upside.
This is already happening with some overseas clean energy pioneers:
· Nio Inc [NYSE:NIO] — UP 670% in six months
· Vivint Solar Inc [NYSE:VSLR] — UP 972% in seven months
· Enphase Energy Inc [NASDAQ:ENPH] — UP 2,082% in under two years
· Plug Power Inc [NASDAQ:PLUG] — UP 749% in slightly over a year
· Tesla Inc [NASDAQ:TSLA] — UP 691% in under a year
· Sunrun Inc [NASDAQ:RUN] — UP 814% in 18 months
As impressive as these mouth-watering gains have been over 2020, the ship has sailed for many of these stocks.
That’s where New Energy Investor comes in.
Edited by James Allen and Selva Freigedo, this newsletter aims to identify the next batch of high-potential energy innovators.
James Allen has been embedded within the energy markets for over 10 years. He spent five of those heading up an energy market bureau. Before that, he ran an energy price reporting desk in London. As a result, he has many high-level contacts inside the energy market trading community, including execs and CEOs from all the major energy companies, as well as exchanges in Europe and the US.
Selva Freigedo is a research analyst for The Rum Rebellion. She has witnessed major market shake-ups including the US dotcom bubble burst in 2000 and the collapse of the Spanish property market in 2008. These firsthand experiences have sharpened her ability to accurately detect powerful megatrends early. She is currently following the energy transition in Australia and shares her in-depth analysis with subscribers.
If you’re excited to discover companies and the stock stories at the vanguard of this fast-emerging megatrend, look no further than New Energy Investor.