Heads up for investors

And others

From the Beer Whisperer. Greg Canavan on the exit from net zero for investors.

The smart money is shifting to fossil fuels, anticipating the collapse of the net zero ponzi scheme. Hear about it in the first few minutes of the video. Serious investors will need to listen to the end to get the advice but bystanders can get the message inside five minutes.

For others, time to plan for an orderly exit from net zero

8 responses to “Heads up for investors”

  1. The Beer Whisperer Avatar
    The Beer Whisperer

    Thanks for the gong, Rafe.

  2. Rafe Champion Avatar

    Thank you, it is important for everyone to take on the start of Greg’s presentation to get the lie of the land as the climate ponzi nears collapse.

    I already knew that Warren Buffet was going for fossils and I have an idea that Soros was buying into coal mines during Trump’s first election campaign.

  3. Bazinga Avatar

    If Soros is into coal mines wouldn’t that be market manipulation, or is the scale too large?

  4. Marty Avatar

    This is just an incredibly long winded spruik for a stock picking service.

  5. Anchor What Avatar
    Anchor What

    I recall an episode of the Simpsons where the local fair had Moleman’s Solar Power stall whisked away, replaced by men in black suits with a sign saying “Fossil Fuels – Nobody Gets Hurt”.

  6. kneel Avatar

    “If Soros is into coal mines wouldn’t that be market manipulation, or is the scale too large?”

    It’s genius!

    If renewables keep going and coal “dies”, he can claim he started shutting them down early, and claim a tax rebate for being a good DEI corporate citizen.

    If coal makes a comeback, he makes a motza.

    Nice work, if you can get it…

  7. The Beer whisperer Avatar
    The Beer whisperer

    Marty, maybe read the text before clicking on the link.

  8. Vicki Avatar

    Yesterday & overnight our valley received 26mm of rain. Yippee! We slash a lot, so we already had reasonable spring growth, but it is a boon to the larger properties which graze larger herds.

    On the other hand, it will thicken the high grass of the negligent greenie “farmers” who neither slash, nor graze cattle to keep it under control. We had a small outbreak on a hillside only km from our place last week. The local brigade were on to it straight away, thank goodness.

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