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Investing in TriFuel-238

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted September 9, 2021

If you invest in oil, here’s a noteworthy observation...

After Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005, energy investors were obsessed with the loss of oil output.

It was a very big deal. After all, within the 10 days following Katrina, more than 5.3 million barrels of crude were lost. That’s not negligible.

But after Hurricane Ida hit last week, more than 16.8 million barrels of output was lost. That’s 68% more crude than what was lost to Katrina.

We still don’t know how long these disruptions will last following Ida as damage assessments are still being conducted. I suspect it’ll be longer than what we saw with Katrina as supply chain disruptions caused by COVID-19 are still slowing the flow of pretty much everything.

Yet even with this being the case, gas prices have not skyrocketed the way they did after Katrina.

After Katrina, gas prices shot up by $0.45 and stayed there for months.

So why isn’t this recent loss of output not getting more attention?

Well, one of the reasons we haven’t seen such a drastic impact from Ida compared with Katrina is that shale oil production in Texas and New Mexico has made us less reliant on production from the Gulf countries.

The development of these shale assets over the past couple decades has certainly provided a nice hedge against these types of weather-related events that affect production.

Certainly the technological innovation that made today’s modern shale industry a reality is something we should be happy about. Because make no mistake: If we were still so heavily reliant on production in the Gulf, oil markets would be in turmoil right now and gasoline prices would be up by at least 30%.

Investors who understood the advantages of shale before it became mainstream news made a ton of money. Even if they didn’t fully understand how it worked, the data at the time was all you needed to know that early shale investments were a smart move.

My colleague Keith Kohl was actually at the forefront of early shale developments, helping his readers make millions by getting in early. And to this day, many of Keith’s readers are still incredibly rich because they were smart enough to follow his advice.

If you weren’t one of them, though, don’t worry. Keith is about to do it again — only this time with a new energy technology that, once again, hardly anyone is paying attention to... yet.

The Last Energy Resource We’ll Ever Need

A few weeks ago, Keith introduced me to a chemist he knows who schooled me on something called TriFuel-238.

Now, I’ll be honest — I barely passed organic chemistry in college, so I didn’t fully understand everything this guy was saying. I did, however, understand just how profitable TriFuel-238 will be after seeing what it can do.

Now, I should explain that TriFuel-238 has nothing to do with renewable energy, nor is it some kind of new oil, liquid gas, or hydrogen fuel cell.

It’s actually in a league all its own.

It’s something that’s so new and groundbreaking that energy analysts are still trying to figure out the best way to identify it. But I don’t really care much about labels. All I care about is what it can do and how it can make you rich.

And TriFuel-238?

Well, I’ve just never seen anything else like it, and I’ve been in the energy game for more than 30 years.

TriFuel-238 makes everything we’ve used up to this point look foolish.

It’s 40,835 times more powerful than natural gas...

And 67,389 times more potent than gasoline.

It’s also completely emission-free, and because it’s so cheap to produce, it undercuts every other form of energy on the planet.

Wind, solar, conventional nuclear power, oil, gas, coal, you name it... TriFuel-238 beats everything else we’ve ever used when it comes to cost, efficiency, power density, and even environmental sustainability.

TriFuel-238 literally has NO downside.

And because it’s just now coming out of stealth mode, we’re jumping all over it.

You can read more about what TriFuel-238 is in this short white paper.

You can also learn about the company that’s taking the lead on TriFuel-238 in this brief investor presentation that Keith recently sent to investors.

Make no mistake: In the world of energy, this is without a doubt the most disruptive technology we’ve seen in more than a century, and you’d be an absolute fool to not get a piece of this thing now — before news of TriFuel-238 gets out to the masses.

This, dear reader, is how you make money in the energy game.

Get your piece of the action before the rest of the herd comes running and then cash out with massive gains once it becomes mainstream.

We’ve done it before with shale oil, electric cars, and solar, and we’re about to do it again with TriFuel-238.

Click here now to join us.

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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