Posted December 20, 2006
Are yoga videos and organic cotton baby clothes really worth so much?
Posted December 15, 2006
There are more than 400,000 school busses that will have to be replaced in the next ten years. But there are only a couple of companies that will be tapped to produce them.
Posted December 6, 2006
Editor Jeff Siegel examines why geothermal companies and their stocks are poised for long-term success in the renewable energy market.
Posted November 29, 2006
Truly a real-life case of revenge of the nerds, this truck has enough technology to make any pocket-protecting geek smile as wide as his dickies-wearing, steel-toed, diesel-guzzlin brethren.
Posted November 22, 2006
Thanks to a costly energy crunch on the horizon, our nations newest school buildings could be the first of many Green Schools designed not only to dramatically cut energy and water use, but also to actually provide comfortable, productive and healthy work environments for students and faculty.
Posted November 10, 2006
It seems that over the past few decades, while much of the West wasnt paying attention, Viet Nam starting tinkering with free-market economics. Today, its one of the fastest-growing economies in the world . . . boasting an 8.2 percent GDP growth. This is one of the highest GDP growth rates in the world!
Posted November 8, 2006
While shares of Whole Foods Markets and Wild Oats have both taken a bit of a nosedive over the past week or so, savvy Green Chip Investors are not only taking new, albeit smaller positions in these stocks, but also loading up on shares of the lesser-known organic food retailers that offer similar risk . . . but more bang for the buck.
Posted October 25, 2006
Because fear and uncertainty have provided fertile ground for opportunity.
Posted October 11, 2006
Yesterday afternoon we received news that one of our hottest ethanol playsEthanex (EHNX.OB)just landed one of the biggest deals the entire ethanol market has seen all year.
Posted September 27, 2006
While a good portion of the ethanol stocks in the market right now continue to swim upstream against falling oil prices a select few are actually coming out ahead, and continuing with the ethanol momentum we witnessed just six months ago.
Posted September 13, 2006
Jeff Siegel discusses the oil crisis and hybrid locomotives.
Posted August 30, 2006
Solar Energy is clean, renewable and efficient. Though historically, it has also been quite expensive. But that's all about to change. And on September 5, 2006 -- the world will know why.
Posted August 2, 2006
As U.S. utilities continue to feel the burn, investments in geothermal power companies are soaring to new heights.
Posted July 20, 2006
How long do you think it would take for an oil-induced meltdown to wreak havoc on every square mile of this country?
Posted June 28, 2006
There is absolutely no reason you shouldn't be investing in renewables today. Unless of course, you hate money!