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The global renewable energy market is set to hit $1.1 trillion by 2027.Countries across the world are looking for alternative, more renewable solutions to fossil fuels — Russia’s current war on Ukraine has expedited this process.
Tim Melvin picks out a closed-end fund in the energy sector with the potential for high long-term yields.
The Russia-Ukraine conflict might be driving oil prices higher, but that doesn’t mean fossil fuels won’t fizzle out as the world looks toward renewable energy to combat climate change.And the move away from fossil fuels to green alternatives might come sooner than originally anticipated.
Raging wild fires in Australia have left a trail of destruction that can leave us with only one conclusion. Global warming is very real and its consequences are to be feared.
Of course, fear is a powerful motivator. And it will likely bring about the changes needed to slow or reverse the climate changes that have been wrought by fossil fuels.
As an investor, now's the time to pay attention to the very powerful transition away from fossil fuels.
Today, we'll show you one of the best renewable energy stocks in 2020 to profit from this trend.
By 2050, clean energy investments will total $10 trillion.
And one of our top renewable energy stocks to watch has gained 64% over the last six months.
But that’s just the beginning. This industry still has much further to grow. It’s a bull market in the making.
And that’s why I want to share our five best renewable energy stocks with you again, before they really take off.
Traders often turn to penny stock speculation when they’re looking for 200% or 300% gainers. But not all penny stocks are created equal.
And the company we’ve found for you today is downright Herculean compared to its penny stock brethren.
Anyone who follows Money Morning knows we've been bullish on solar stocks for a while.
Our picks have paid off for investors, and today we're giving you one of the best renewable energy stocks to buy now.
Our top renewable energy stock pick has profit potential close to 100% in the next three to five years.
A chief perk of Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE: BRK.A) recent $10 billion investment in Occidental Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: OXY) is the fat 8% dividend.
There's a catch to receiving it, though: you have to be Warren Buffett. But there's a very similar, overlooked energy investment that can provide any investor the same perks as Buffett's Occidental strategy.
Rising oil prices have a positive impact on the price of energy stocks. This is especially true for producers and transport companies that bring supply downstream to the refineries. The higher the price of oil, the more the reserves are worth on an exploration and production firm's balance sheet. And the higher the price of crude, the more fees midstream companies can collect for the transportation and storage of crude oil.
Right now, investors are searching for the best energy stocks to buy right now. To find these companies, we tapped into the Money Morning Stock VQScore™ system. This proprietary system tracks only the world's most profitable companies and assigns them a score based on the probability that their share price will shoot into the stratosphere. A score of 4 or better puts the stock in our "Buy Zone," signaling this is the time for investors to acquire shares.
Over the last month, oil prices have remained relatively steady after their 31% run up from late December to mid-February. This is largely attributable to the United States adding more supply to the market.
But every day, it seems like there are new concerns about global economies. No Brexit plan is in place despite this month's fast-approaching deadline. China has slashed its 2019 economic growth outlook. The ECB reduced its growth expectations last Thursday. And on Friday, the U.S. Labor Department released a chilling jobs report that fell well short of economists' expectations.
All these factors could weigh negatively on the price of oil. But despite these challenges, oil prices are poised to move higher in 2019 and 2020. Today, we're going to explain why oil prices will move higher in 2019 and 2020 - and give you the three best energy dividend stocks that are poised to break out according to the Money Morning Stock VQScore™ system.