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Free Market Capitalism, Not the COP26 Climate Summit, Will Solve the Climate Crisis

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted November 4, 2021

As an unapologetic environmentalist, I’ve long been an advocate of transitioning to a cleaner, more sustainable energy and transportation economy.

But as an unapologetic libertarian, I’ve also long been an advocate of seeking market-based solutions to make this transition possible instead of relying on imbecilic government intervention.

Now, this week, world leaders have gathered in Glasgow to discuss how countries from all across the globe could work together to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

But instead of embracing the only proven agent of change — free markets — they continued to rely on unreasonable mandates and general bureaucratic buffoonery, which, as history shows, always leads to failure.

You know the old proverb: You can attract more flies with honey than with vinegar. And government intervention and directives represent the bitterest of vinegars.

My point is simple: If we truly want to transition to a cleaner, more environmentally sustainable energy and transportation economy, we should not rely on bureaucratic dog and pony shows. Instead, we should rely on the one thing that never lets us down: free market capitalism.

Nowhere is this more obvious than in Brazil, where private investors are now funding solar projects at a record pace through a mechanism that allows them to earn monthly distributions on their initial investments.

And it ain’t chump change.

One project is currently showing that for every $1,000 invested, you earn an estimated $7,306 in dividends.

That’s a gain in excess of 630%.

Check it out…

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And here’s the best thing about this opportunity…

It’s not tied to the stock market.

So even if the broader markets are tanking, your returns are not affected.

It doesn’t move with the market. It just provides steady income.

You don’t need a broker (or to pay broker fees) to invest either, and there’s no cap on your investment.

You could even do monthly investments of $1,000, and your estimated dividends would come to $728,841.

Double up to $2,000, and you’re looking at estimated dividends exceeding $1.4 million.

While world governments are tripping over themselves trying to figure out how to force people to transition to a cleaner energy economy, smart investors are using the power of the free market to not only enable this transition but make a ton of cash in the process.

I know it’s not popular to say these days, but no matter how you slice it, there’s no better system for initiating change than free markets... especially when you consider that you can be on the receiving end of huge profits that only free market capitalism can offer.

Now, this particular project in Brazil is being run by a U.S. company that essentially connects you to various solar projects all over the world and acts as the middleman, providing project developers with the capital they need and investors like you with your monthly dividends.

To get a piece of this action — an investment that could deliver an estimated 630% gain without the risk that comes with investing in a stock — check out my full report, which includes access to the contact information you’ll need to profit from this new Brazil solar project.

And don’t worry if $1,000 is too much for you to invest at one time. You can actually invest as little as $100 in this deal and still earn the same estimated 630% gains.

Look, I’m not saying you should avoid the stock market.

In fact, that’s how I make most of my money.

But an investment like this — an investment that’s virtually guaranteed to deliver gains in excess of 630% and can never be derailed by broader market sell-offs — is just a no-brainer.

Get in on this action for yourself.

To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth...

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Jeff is the founder and managing editor of Green Chip Stocks, a private investment community that capitalizes on opportunities in alternative energy, organic food markets, legal cannabis, and socially responsible investing. He has been a featured guest on Fox, CNBC, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the best-selling book, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his editor's page.

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