Can’t Argue with These Solar Numbers (80,000% Revenue Surge Potential)…

Without a doubt, solar energy is the future of energy.

Energy from fossil fuels is finite, harmful to the natural environment, and the source of many geopolitical issues. 

Solar energy, to the contrary, is infinite in supply, clean and renewable, and already cheaper than fossil fuels.

One recent report by Lazard, an asset management firm, shows that the cost of solar energy has dropped 86% since 2009.

The report went on to reveal that to produce a single megawatt-hour of electricity through solar, it only costs around $50, as opposed to gas which costs $60, coal $102, and nuclear $148.

By this logic, as a result of solar, the United States will be able to generate enough of its own energy to completely end its energy dependence on other nations like Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Venezuela, and Iraq.

Over the past 30 years, the United States sourced over 90 billion barrels of crude oil from these countries and others.

That’s a whole lot of money that the United States hands other nations as a result of the production and transportation process. Not only that, the U.S. currently spends $81 billion every single year to protect these oil supplies.

Yet, given that solar power currently only provides 1% of the world’s energy needs, it’s easy to underestimate this emerging trend of solar energy use.

And it’s even easier to dismiss the potential investment opportunities that come along with it.

That’s why today I want to explain one staggering statistic on how solar technology will advance and how it could help you profit

Outsmart Wall Street with This 3rd Century B.C. Philosophy

If you’re looking for a way to make more money, or lose less of it, look no further than one of the most ancient, and respected, philosophical traditions of our times:


While the actual philosophy of Stoicism isn’t about money, as the tradition sees such things as neither good nor bad in themselves, understanding the philosophy can help us fashion a mindset that makes us immune to the psychological soup of the markets and all the mixed messages that Wall Street has us believe.

I spend a great deal of time reading and contemplating various philosophies and have ever since I was relatively young.  The eternal quest for what it all means and how it all works is absolutely fascinating to me.

Stoicism is one of those philosophies that I have implemented with great success throughout my career. Not only have I found it interesting and challenging from a personal standpoint, I have become a better, more rational investor as a result of it.

That’s why I want to take a deeper look at Stoicism and how it can help inform our investing decisions

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