Note from the Publisher

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted November 21, 2005

One of the hallmarks of the team at Wealth Daily is that we try to stay ahead of the curve.

You already know about Mike Schaefer's Cassandra-like calls on the energy sector. In 1997, Mike published his groundbreaking 131-page report titled Oil Shock: How to Protect Yourself and Profit from the Coming Oil Crisis.

A year later he followed-up Oil Shock with another prophetic report, Natural Gas: Invisible Gold.

Mike has continued his winning predictions 8 years later, calling for a commodities bull market to last for another 8 to 10 years. So far he's been spot on.

However, I don't want to talk about Mike in this issue, as he gets a lot of exposure already in Wealth Daily.

I'd like to turn your attention to a budding guru who lately has had Cassandra-like predictions.

His name is Jeff Siegel, and we've been colleagues since our days at Agora over 10 years ago.

Jeff is an expert in renewable and alternative energy, which makes him a natural for Green Chip Stocks, an investment advisory service that focuses on the emerging boom of renewable energy stocks.

Jeff told me something today that was confirmed an hour later. And it's something you should listen to, because you can make quite a bit of money from it.

He told me to completely erase the word "alternative" from alternative energy. "It's no longer alternative, Brian. It's mainstream now."

It's hard to argue with him when you see commercials from the big automakers talking about hybrids and fuel cells. Even more telling, the advertisements from the big oil companies seem to suggest they're looking "beyond petroleum."

Another case in point:

Suncor Energy (SU - NYSE), a $25 billion oil and gas giant with massive holdings in the Canadian tar sands, just announced today where the future of energy is heading…

Check it out:

"Suncor and ACCIONA Energia, through its wholly owned subsidiary EHN Wind Power Canada, announced they have been selected by the Ontario government to build a 76-megawatt wind power project near Ripley, Ontario. The Ripley Wind Power Project will include construction of 38 wind turbines east of Lake Huron in Huron-Kinloss Township. Project cost is estimated at approx $165 million."

Last week's solar IPO of Sun Power is all the evidence you need that the bull market in renewable energy stocks is here. Originally priced between $12 and $14 a share, Sun Power opened at $25 and never looked back.

Sun Power now has a market cap of $1.6… and that's on $54 million in annual sales.

Jeff believes that renewable energy stocks will be the market leaders in 2006-2007 as Wall Street pumps cash into the emerging industry. The proof is in the pudding: His latest solar energy stock has soared 40% since his recommendation in early October.

To get Jeff's latest analysis of the renewable energy market, go to: [Green Chip Stocks]

You'll thank me later,

Brian Hicks
Publisher, Wealth Daily