OlegMDev
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GE @ 100, its possible.

NYSE:GE   GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
Holding GE             until it runs to 100 and maybe splits a couple of times. Waiting to see when GE             will mention that they will be the world electric motor supplier for the electric car market, for companies such as TSLA             and others that join the game for 2030. They already have experience in this field building electric locomotives, yep, they have awesome new looking trains, literally money trains that move supplies efficiently plus a good mix of other businesses such as energy and healthcare to keep excited about.
Keeping up on my research, I just saw a video stating that Texas can sign 0.03 cent /KWH energy from just Wind on their power purchase agreement. -Awesome. I believe solar is not far behind from that, in some areas capable @ 0.05 cent to 0.10 cent a kwh, very cool. Validates all my theories for why most of the top companies buying wind as a renewable source and I am sure this market has a lot of room to grow. With prices like that, long term, predictable output, wind and solar are my top choices for renewable energy sources. Wind today looks like the cheapest by far. The next goal will be to scale energy storage, to hold the energy on demand after its generated. This is my next topic of research and I believe this will move the needle by far.
Who mentioned the quote "The stone age came to an end not for lack of stone, And the oil age will come to an end not for lack of oil" ? What will the world look like with good cheep energy storage, and a source like wind that generates this energy?
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Map Shows Big Potential for America’s Wind Energy Future = http://energy.gov/articles/new-interactive-map-shows-big-potential-america-s-wind-energy-future
As a follow up to the 2008 U.S. Department of Energy 20% Wind Energy by 2030 report, the new Wind Vision Report quantifies the economic, environmental, and social benefits of a robust wind energy future through 2050. The Wind Vision Report’s Study Scenario provides an overview of what wind related jobs, manufacturing competitiveness, and resource savings could look like in 2020, 2030, and 2050.
More info about the DOE's Wind Program is here. http://www1.eere.energy.gov/library/default.aspx?page=9
I will be consuming this info in the next few days for weeks to come and see how my theory of GE holds.
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Why GE will reward its shareholders through buyback. Maybe this can help new investors too, see https://youtu.be/IYASceAnMPk
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Costa Rica Runs on 100% Green Energy. Can we?
https://youtu.be/42FsE9ma6Ws
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