The Situation Room: Profits in Renewable Energy and the South China Sea

The Situation Room: Profits in Renewable Energy and the South China Sea

by | published February 18th, 2019

Good morning, everybody, and happy President’s Day.

Although the markets are closed today, the busy world of energy never stops. In particular, renewable energy has been rising in the political world with the “Green New Deal” that’s been creating quite a large amount of buzz in the headlines.

While I’m always glad to see important energy developments in the minds of policy-makers, this one has been particularly controversial. So, without further ado, here are the top two of the top four situations I’ll be watching for this week.

1. The “Green New Deal”

I have been analyzing the New Green Energy “Plan” just proposed for Congressional conversation.

I will have my detailed read in the March issue of Energy Advantage. If you’d like to read my complete analysis, just click here to get access to all Energy Advantage has to offer, including my profit recommendations and all my additional research into the energy industry.

On the controversial Congressional conversation, the bottom line, for me, is this.

It’s a very useful and overdue discussion, especially as uses of renewable sources advance worldwide. However, the objectives as written will not fly. I have a contrary proposal for an improved (and attainable) energy balance, that I will keep you updated on.

2. Tensions Continue in the South China Sea

Next, I will be assessing the energy sector concerns over increasing Chinese-U.S. friction in the South China Sea.

As I’ve written about many times before, this is one of the most disputed regions in the world, what with territorial claims and oil drilling conflict. The Chinese continue to claim their territorial rights in the area, and consider the U.S. nothing more than trespassers.

The Fight Rages On – Bringing Defense Profits Along The Way

But whatever the Chinese have in store for the U.S., you can believe that they’d better be able to take what they give.

Because what we have in store for them could halt their “Assassin’s Mace” weapon dead in its tracks.

Now, naval vessels in the area from both countries have been taking increasingly dangerous jabs at each other, with each sending the other veiled and not-so-veiled threats of something much worse.

But the U.S. is never one to back down from a fight.

As evidenced by this contractor that is at the forefront of new weaponry we can use in the South China Sea.

If anything, this contractor is the embodiment of the U.S.’s determination not to lose this one.

You can learn more about this situation right here – and learn how you can profit handsomely as this dispute rages on.



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