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Buck Jordan does a deep dive into why clean energy startups are one of the most potentially lucrative places to park your money right now.
Chris Johnson has the chart on a great clean energy penny stock.
Chris has been extremely bullish on the long-term outlook for clean energy stocks.
And he’s not alone – President Biden is planning to pivot to clean energy on a national scale, as is the rest of the world to some degree.
So, if clean energy is “The Future,” why has the sector been tanking since mid-winter? Chris’ charts will show that this is a classic “buy the dip” scenario on stocks that could snap back 50% or more before long.
And he’s picked the best one to buy….
Green energy is ripe with targets.
The sector has had a rough few weeks as investors rotated from "pandemic" mode into "recovery" mode.
But with renewable energy, over the long run, government policy priorities and simple economic reality are incredibly bullish for this sector.
And Chris has just the profitable play for you in this space…
Alternative energy stocks have taken a beating over the past two weeks.
But not to worry – the sector’s future is bright as ever.
This is just simple profit-taking and it’s giving us one of the year’s best technical buying opportunities.
Here’s the company that’ll help you make the most of it… .
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