Each problem has hidden in it an opportunity so powerful that it literally dwarfs the problem. The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem and turned it into an opportunity.
Almost 32,000 scientists signed this petition stating that they think the Global Warming screenplay is hogwash. In our opinion, Global warming is nothing but a hoax and should be relegated to the nearest rubbish bin.
Dr. Ivar Giaever, a Nobel Prize-Winner for physics in 1973 states that Global warming a non-problem
If scientists don’t believe in this hypothesis, and they have the credentials to understand the theory behind these claims, then logic dictates that a rational individual should take the same route. The main players here are corporations and politicians. Politicians are nothing but paid corporate prostitutes, therefore,the only time you can trust these two groups is when their lips are not moving.
The Tactical Investor take on this soap opera is rather simple: Don’t trust any of the evidence the government and corporations present and you would be better of flushing it down a toilet. These two criminal groups do possess a lot of power, so it does not make sense to fight them; however, there is no need to believe the crap they are pushing out as science. The masses have embraced this trend and until they wake up, there is no point fighting it. Due to these misinformation wars, certain sectors like the coal sector have taken it on the chin. Disaster is the secret code word for opportunity, and a time will come when this sector will make for a great long-term play. Hence, it is time to start looking for some prime candidates in this sector. The developing world is not going to abandon this cheap and abundant source of energy; today’s coal-fired plants are much cleaner and operate far more efficiently than the old dirty, inefficient plants of yesteryear.
China and India and many other developing countries are already challenging this notion of Global warming as they continue to embrace coal-fired power plants. Right now, there are approximately 2700 coal-fired powered plants that could come online as shown by the chart below
The following list of coal stocks could make for great long-term investments; Don’t jump in yet, but put this list in a draw that is close at hand.
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