The Oxford Club Presents the Details on the Most Important Energy Company in the World
Marc Lichtenfeld wants to show people how they could understand landfills for their real value in The Oxford Income Letter's Infinite Energy presentation. Landfills are in fact the vastest stockpiles of wood, metals, organic materials and plastic, all materials that can produce energy.
In 23 years since he has been playing the markets, Mark hasn’t seen something so potentially profitable as the forgotten fuel, which he calls Infinite Fuel and is nothing like oil, natural gas, wind, nuclear or solar energy. Even Ithaca College researchers have said the implications of making this fuel available are profound, whereas Forbes predicted that over $526.8 billion are going to be involved with this discovery. And now, the company with a market corner in this Infinite Energy is trying to find investors who are very likely to generate a total of 145% until the end of 2021.
There isn’t too much time to get into all this, as the company won’t be cheap for too long.
Now, it’s at a trading value of $20. The world’s biggest investment companies have already started to move in, with Morgan Stanley making a $15.9 million investment, BlackRock a $123.7 million one, and Chai Trust Company an almost a quarter of $1 billion investment worth of stock.
While turning massive amounts of materials into heat and power at a global level, this company is going to not only take care of the global energy crisis, but also bring investors about $2 billion every year, not to mention it already has a track record of raising and maintaining dividend payouts, all while increasing the annual revenue.
- 1 The Oxford Club Presents the Details on the Most Important Energy Company in the World
- 2 Who Is Marc Lichtenfeld?
- 3 What Does Marc Lichtenfeld Has to Offer?
- 4 What Else Does The Oxford Income Letter Subscription Include?
- 5 How Much Does It Cost to Subscribe Now to The Oxford Income Letter?
Who Is Marc Lichtenfeld?
Marc Lichtenfeld is the Oxford Club’s Chief Income Strategist. He many times appeared on CNBC and Fox Business. Furthermore, he spoke on Bloomberg Radio and was discussed in both Forbes and The Wall Street Journal. The websites Business Insider and MarketWatch mentioned and quoted him too. He spoke at conferences around the world and published 2 bestsellers that have been translated in many languages, including Japanese, Polish and Thai.
What Does Marc Lichtenfeld Has to Offer?
Marc wants to give everyone a shot at making 145% gains in the following 2 years. Here’s what he offers with an Oxford Income Letter subscription:
The $100 Valued Collect a 145% Return from Infinite Energy Briefing
In this briefing, he reveals the company that can produce Infinite Energy by using a 16 centuries old Mayan strategy. This energy was discussed in the beginning of this presentation, and it’s safer than nuclear, also more reliable than solar and wind. Besides, it’s much cheaper to get produced. The company presented in this briefing is already getting paid billions in order to get this energy. This is the best news shareholders could receive, as they’d invest in something cheap at the moment, a company that’s about to turn into the biggest revenue generator in a few years.
The $129 Valued Briefing Called The Future of the $1.4 Trillion Global Energy Market
The company presented in the Collect a 145% Return From Infinite Energy briefing is Marc’s top pick when it comes to the global energy market’s future, but there are a few other companies that bring their contribution to producing Infinite Energy. These companies aren’t that many, they’re in fact 3 and have $1.4 trillion of the global energy market. The Future of the $1.4 Trillion Global Energy Market reveals these 3 companies. Here are a few things about each of them:
The first can generate enough energy so that New York City, Houston, Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles get all the power they need. At the moment, it has very solid fundamentals and its shares come at a rather cheap price. Besides, it pays a 3.7% yield.
The second of the companies in this briefing is a leader on the hydroelectric power market. ¾ of the total power that it generates comes from plants located on 81 rivers from all over the world. This company recently made billions from acquisitions, gaining a foothold in the global energy market that continues to grow very rapidly. Furthermore, it pays a 4.5% yield.
The last but not least company in the briefing puts over $1 billion each year into energy storage, efficiency and generation projects. It has beaten its competition and the S&P by a quite rather wide margin in 2013, not to mention it pays 4% yield.
The Future of the $1.4 Trillion Global Energy Market contains details on all these 3 companies.
The Age of Extinction: Five Energy Companies to Avoid at All Costs Valued at $129
Intriguing stories are interesting but can make companies drain their shareholders’ brokerage accounts faster than any recession. What’s worse about this is that such companies are in the portfolios of many Americans. The Age of Extinction: Five Energy Companies to Avoid at All Costs briefing presents all these companies everyone should stay away from.
What Else Does The Oxford Income Letter Subscription Include?
New subscribers to The Oxford Income Letter receive all the previously mentioned briefings, they learn how to generate their passive income and on top of all this they get:
- A 1-year subscription to the Oxford Income Letter, obviously, which alone costs $249
- Another briefing valued at $99 and that’s called Start Collecting Weekly Payouts With the Retirement Cash Calendar
- 12 The Oxford Income Letter monthly issues that include Marc’s latest explosive recommendations
- The Oxford Income Mailbag containing answered questions from subscribers on Marc’s investing strategies and specific companies
- The Oxford Income Weekly that features weekly updates on Marc’s current recommendations plus the weekly research on how the market is behaving
- Oxford Income Blasts, which are short and quite explosive emails that contain new urgent recommendations and opportunities
- All the special briefings released in a year
How Much Does It Cost to Subscribe Now to The Oxford Income Letter?
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