All eyes are on the Ukraine-Russia conflict and how sanctions will continue to rock the markets. Well all eyes that aren’t watching Jerome Powell announce what the Feds plans are for managing inflation with interest rates. But the current crisis is a spark near the fuse of a rocket that has been pretty silent in the corner just waiting for a reason to take off.
We have watched as alternative energy has hit an economy of scale where it is now worthwhile and affordable. Plus we have seen public sentiment for solar shift from accepted to full on frenzy. During the past couple years issues with power grid failures have made alternative energy even more popular. With rising fuel prices and supply issues arising from global tensions it is safe to say that the demand for alternative energy will only increase and increase rapidly.
Keith Harwood jumped on a quick video chat to turn us on to a great potential trade that has major upside room to move. TAN is an ETF that tracks alternative energy companies and has started to climb. It had been in an oversold state recently which makes this an even better opportunity. We had looked at it a couple of weeks ago in a previous article (you can read it here) and it has jumped since then. Keith helped us see why there is much more to be gained from this trade and how to make it more powerful. Check out his chat here:
Finding a great trade that is beat down to a discount and ready to take off is why we reach out to Keith and tap into his experience as a market maker. In fact, Keith is going to be walking through the other ways you can protect your account and leverage the conditions created by the global crisis in a webinar next Wednesday at 4:30 EST. Market Wealth Daily readers can sign up for no charge here.
Keep learning and trade wisely,
Market Wealth Daily
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