A publication of Energy and Capital
By Jeff Siegel | Monday, April 4th, 2011
It’s no secret that I love high gas prices.
I love listening to the talking heads on the local news stations mindlessly lament about the “pain at the pump”.
I love watching the “on-the-street” interviews with clueless soccer moms sipping their $8 lattes, complaining about how they don’t know how they’re going to feed their kids when it costs $70 to fill their 20 mpg SUVs.
And I love watching the trend-chasers on Wall Street scramble to find a way to capitalize on the whole thing.
Henry Chiang Just Made Coal and Oil Obsolete
On July 12th, Henry unloaded his secret technology in a 23-minute speech at a private investment conference.
What he described is absolutely shocking…
In fact, there’s too much to describe in this space, so I urge you to take a look at the presentation we recently filmed on this matter.
Of course, if half these guys would pull themselves away from their overpriced office suites long enough to take in the big picture — instead of acting like a bunch of cocky middle school kids with ADHD — then they would know that high gas prices are no longer random blips on their computer screens… but rather, definitive indicators of what’s in store for the future.
And they would position their portfolios accordingly.
This is what we’ve been doing for nearly a decade now — and the result has been a steady flow of double- and triple-digit gains in alternative energy.
Embrace this Trend Before Wall Street Figures It Out
About a year ago, I told you about a company called Zipcar. This is a car sharing company that announced last year it was planning to go public.
Well last week, the company finally priced its IPO.
Coming in at between $14 and $16 a share, 8.3 million shares will net about $89 million.
Now why should you care about this IPO?
Because Zipcar’s success is bolstered by tough economic times and high gas prices — two things that aren’t going away anytime soon.
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