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"A breezy, easy read that delivers a useful introduction to the emerging concept of making money in clean and green stocks. I recommend it!"
–Dr. Rob Wilder, CEO and Manager, WilderHill Clean Energy Index (ECO)
"The urgency of reducing our dependence on fossil fuels and polluting technologies is giving rise to fantastic investment opportunities. Rubino’s Clean Money is a cleverly-written and insightful roadmap to green investing, the new financial frontier, and provides the essentials of each new technology with an eye on making a killing in the years ahead."
–Shayne McGuire, Director of Global Research, Teacher Retirement System of Texas
"Clean Money captures the ongoing shift to a green economy. External environmental costs are going to be internalized, producing the most significant change in the global economy since the industrial revolution and transforming the way everyone does business. This book answers many of the questions we get every time we sit down with new investors."
–Matthew Patsky, Portfolio Manager, Winslow Green Mutual Funds
"Clean Money provides a comprehensive overview of what promises to be one of the best global investment themes of the coming decade. Whether you are an individual investor or a professional advisor, this book deserves a prominent place in your investment library."
–Peter Schiff, President, Euro Pacific Capital and author of Crash Proof: How to Profit from the Coming Economic Collapse
"An entertaining, crystal clear guide for anyone who is thinking about investing in the environmental technology sector. John Rubino mixes fascinating case studies with astute, well researched analysis on the pros and cons of each of the sectors currently contributing to the runaway train that is the new energy revolution. A great read."
–Louise O'Halloran, Executive Director, Responsible Investment Association Australasia
"John Rubino's Clean Money finds the signal of truth in the noise of hype in the green investing market, zeros in on the most relevant and promising companies and technologies, and navigates the treacherous macro-economic waters that may cause investors to jump into the alternative energy market either too early or too late. Essential reading for investors seeking to profit from the coming boom in clean energy."
–Eric Janszen, founder and President of iTulip, and author of the forthcoming The New New Deal
Today, we face unprecedented environmental and energy challenges. But for astute investors, this might actually be good news, because big, complex problems create vast opportunities. Solutions for global warming or Peak Oil will be worth literally trillions of dollars, and capital, as a result, is pouring into "clean" technologies like solar power and desalination. Understand this transitionand avoid its many pitfallsand you have a chance to profit from one of tomorrow's great bull markets.
With Clean Money, John Rubino, Editor of GreenStockInvesting.com, introduces you to the world of clean tech (also known as green tech) and its wealth creation potential. His two previous books were right on target, correctly predicting the recent housing bust and credit crisis, and helping many readers achieve financial independence. Now, with Clean Money, Rubino skillfully explains:
Why green tech will be the investment opportunity of a lifetime
How to build a clean-tech portfolio that fits your temperament and circumstances
Why the hottest green sectors are also the most complex and risky
How to approach this market wisely by separating reality from hype
This accessible guide introduces a variety of clean energy sourcesfrom solar power and wind to geothermal and biofuelsand shows how these renewable resources will spawn successful companies and rising share prices. Clean Money also clearly explains newer concepts like emissions trading and desalination that will play major roles in the transition to sustainable abundance. Page by page, you'll discover the technologies that will drive this boom and become familiar with the state of their markets, their growth prospects, and the companies that are best positioned to become tomorrow's success stories.
After putting the clean-tech boom in perspective, Clean Money presents a series of investment strategies for building your own portfolio of clean-tech stocks, while helping to minimize the risks that always accompany markets with extraordinary upside potential.
A growing number of outlets offer investors a general sense of clean tech's potential, but very few explain exactly how to safely navigate this complex market. Clean Money fills that void by presenting a wide range of strategies based on common sense, the history of previous booms, and the ideas of money managers at the forefront of this fast-moving field. While there is no one-size-fits-all answer to picking winners in this dynamic arena, there are strategies that will both feel right and increase your odds of successand this book will show you what they are.
Teacher no longer at school - I do recall that the teacher and the class loved it.
I do know that books came in great condition and in time frame promised.
The Green Tech Boom never happened. The real boom was in fracking and natural gas. The great gas glut drowned out the green tech boom. Read morePublished on May 29, 2012 by Peter Cacioppi
This is a really thorough and good book on clean tech. It goes through the pros and cons of just about every clean technology that is out there, some you may not even know about. Read morePublished on February 20, 2011 by Erik V
John Rubino has done it again! This is the second work of Mr. Rubino's that I've read. The first being, "The Collapse of the Dollar . . . " and both are fantastic. Read morePublished on October 17, 2009 by J. Wilberscheid
Read this book before you invest in any green technology. I didn't and should have. It contains excellent advice, which, together with other sources will provide important and... Read morePublished on April 25, 2009 by L. F. Miller
John's book provides the beginning investor in clean technology an excellent overview of this complex and ever moving market. His writing style is clear and jargon free. Read morePublished on March 31, 2009 by Bruce Jackson
I read a lot of investing book and found "Clean Money" to be one of the best I've read in the past year. Read morePublished on February 13, 2009 by Theodore Stamas
Well written and easy to understand. Any jargon is fully explained and provides an excellent explanation to the multitude of 'green' or alternative energy sources and the current... Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by F. Nason