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The One Thing President Biden and Trump Embrace Together

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted September 1, 2021

If you lived through the mud-slinging war that was the 2020 presidential election, you know that neither Biden nor Trump held anything back. 

The ensuing shitshow that occurred a year ago turned even worse as we approached election night. 

On the surface, it’s hard to see these two politicians agreeing on anything. 

What you might not have realized is that they DID have a few things in common, though. 

One of those things was the future of nuclear energy. 

Most likely the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word "nuclear" is some horrific image of a mushroom cloud. 

Don’t feel too bad — you’re not alone. 

When Little Boy dropped on Hiroshima, it took less than 30 seconds for a nightmarish mushroom cloud to rise over 30,000 feet into the air.  

Now, 76 years later, next-generation nuclear technology is still plagued by the stigma of nuclear war — never mind that we’re talking about an energy source that holds a distinct advantage over every other one out there.

And what’s more surprising is that this is something both Biden and Trump wholeheartedly agree on.

Biden and Trump Agree on One Thing

It’s no secret that Trump was a fan of nuclear energy

During his presidency, Trump set our country’s first small modular reactor (SMR) on track to be completed and operating by 2026 at the Idaho National Laboratory. 

Over the last few years, Trump’s Department of Energy infused more than $170 million to accelerate the development of next-gen nuclear reactors. 

In the final year of his term, Trump pushed for $1.2 billion to go toward nuclear energy programs and R&D. 

Don’t beat yourself up if you missed those headlines — they don’t sound sensational, so you can see why the mainstream media chose to focus on other stories. 

There was no dirt in Trump’s backing of nuclear power — because Biden shared that same support!

This became crystal clear earlier this year too.

A few months ago, President Biden proved he was right on board with Donald Trump. 

His budget proposal included a record $1.85 billion for the Department of Energy’s nuclear program. 

You see, Biden understands that if we have any real chance of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, nuclear energy will play a huge role. 

Think about it for a second, and everything will fall into place.

As it stands right now, nuclear power is one of the most reliable sources of clean electrical generation. 

It’s a good bet that my readers know nuclear power supplies us with about one-fifth of our electrical generation each year. 

What you may not have realized is that it's been steadily supplying us that much electricity for over 35 years!

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Even with the dramatic growth we’re seeing in both wind and solar generating capacity, hitting net-zero will take an incredible amount of new power.

And if it’s not obvious by now, that next-gen nuclear technology will deliver a windfall of profits for early investors. 

Don’t believe me?

Well, let me show you.

What started as a major Trump initiative is now getting full-throated support from President Biden. 

That $1.8 billion pie won’t be spread around evenly.

Of course, only the most innovative nuclear players will drink from that gushing fountain of government cash. 

But here’s the dirty little secret Wall Street is frightened the investment herd will find out: It’s not about who is constructing tomorrow’s power plants!

One tiny player commands a market cap 104 times lower than Exelon right now!

Thing is, this nuclear tech company has already been inking R&D deals with the Department of Energy. 

And the best part is it's flying under everyone’s radar right now… but not for long.

Until next time,

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A true insider in the technology and energy markets, Keith’s research has helped everyday investors capitalize from the rapid adoption of new technology trends and energy transitions. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital, as well as the investment director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor and Technology and Opportunity.

For nearly two decades, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the hottest investment trends before they go mainstream — from the shale oil and gas boom in the United States to the red-hot EV revolution currently underway. Keith and his readers have banked hundreds of winning trades on the 5G rollout and on key advancements in robotics and AI technology.

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