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Several New Opportunities to Make Money

About this time next week, we’ll be releasing the latest issue of Manward Letter.

It focuses on an interesting theme that, in our typical fashion, comes with a bit of controversy.

I’ll let the issue (and my latest recommendation) speak for itself. It contains a lot of unique research and has quite a story to tell. But there’s a headline making some waves this week that ties to the issue, and I can’t help but share it with you.

It’s part of a big theme we’re seeing as the energy markets undergo quite a transformation.

Shell (SHEL) just announced that it is spending a whopping $2 billion to purchase a major European biogas producer. The Danish company Nature Energy produces the equivalent of 3,000 barrels of crude oil each day. It does this by capturing the gas that’s emitted from the decay of organic materials.

I’ve said that Waste Management (WM) has the perfect business model (it gets paid for the gas it produces from people’s trash), and Nature Energy operates in much the same way.

Shell will buy the company from a group of private investors – investors who have pushed Nature Energy to launch 14 plants, with two dozen more in the works in Europe and North America.

I bring up this deal because it hits on the theme I’ve been writing a good bit about in the recent weeks and months – specifically in my recommendation of Quanta Services (PWR). It shows that the future of energy doesn’t include just the “traditional” forms.

Yes, wind and solar get all the headlines (and all the bucks from Washington). But there’s a whole lot more to the alternative energy story.

That’s what excites me. The next issue focuses tightly on it.

If you just can’t wait a week to read more on the subject, check out one of the most recent reports my team and I posted to the website. It includes a couple of strong ways to play the energy sector.

It’s called “Biden's Blunder: 2 Tiny Energy Stocks That Could 10X Your Money as Energy Prices Soar.”

As you can tell by the name, it also comes with a bit of controversy, thanks to our friends in Washington.

It may be confusing to see that I’m excited by what Shell is doing in the alternative space yet recommending two companies working in the traditional energy sector. But it shouldn’t be.

That’s the thing that so many folks are missing about our nation’s energy policies and energy’s future. If we are to be successful, we must take a smart, “all of the above” approach to energy.

I’m convinced investors who do will be rewarded handsomely.

We will continue to do the research and lead the way.

Opportunity abounds.