Forget About Solar, Wind, and Nuclear

This Groundbreaking New Technology Creates...

Negative Emissions

CBS News calls it the “Holy Grail of Climate Change...”

Stanford University is pounding the table on this enormous “Untapped Financial Opportunity.”

And It’s Setting Up This $0.50 Stock for a $10 Billion Windfall


You have to hand it to them.

If there’s one thing governments are great at, it’s spending money.

Starting in 2010, the U.S. government granted wind energy subsidies to the tune of $1 billion per year.

Not wanting to be left out, solar started cashing in on close to $100 million in subsidies as well.

Of course, it didn’t stop there.

Like everything else run by Washington bureaucrats, the subsidies grew.

By 2016, U.S. taxpayers were supporting:

  • Biofuels to the tune of $5 billion per year
  • Hydroelectric with $2.5 billion
  • Wind with an astonishing $2 billion in annual support
  • Solar through half a billion in credits and subsidies
  • Even geothermal power warranted $200 million

When I first heard these numbers, my jaw hit the floor.

Especially since the U.S. government will run a $779 billion deficit this year.

We’re not alone, either.

Worldwide, countries are throwing money at the climate change "problem":

  • Last year, renewables received over $140 billion in support and subsidies.
  • China spent a whopping $150 billion on renewables.
  • The European Union now gets 6% of its electricity from renewables after spending a king’s ransom to build it out.

This coordinated push to invest in "green" energy has been going on for decades:

Right or wrong, money was and continues to be poured into renewables.

There’s plenty of debate to be had on whether or not this is the right course, but frankly, that doesn’t matter.

What’s critical for you to know right now is that investors who saw what was happening with renewable subsidies like wind and solar made enormous profits.

It shouldn’t be surprising that a rush of government spending kicked off a BOOM in renewable energy stocks. Between 2005 and 2007, clean energy ETFs like this one exploded in value. Investors watched their money double in less than two years’ time:

But anyone who did their research and identified the stocks poised to benefit the most did even better:

  • Solar manufacturer SunPower rallied from $27 to $130 in just 18 months starting in September 2006.
  • Not to be outdone, SunPower competitor First Solar’s stock exploded more than 1,000% from $28 to almost $300 per share.
  • Zoltek, a manufacturer of wind turbines, saw its share price rise over 100% in 2007 alone.

But the truth is that this was just a taste of what’s to come.

What’s happening NOW will make what happened to renewable stocks a decade ago pale in comparison

You see, I’ve just discovered the under-the-radar stock with a breakthrough green energy technology that already has government bureaucrats and energy executives champing at the bit.

It already has $2 billion in backorders for its award-winning green energy technology.

I’m not talking about solar, wind, or nuclear, mind you... this is something entirely new.

The technology owned by the company will literally change the world.

And I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about the under-the-radar stock behind this tech in just a few minutes.

But first, let me give you some context...

Governments Are Going All In


Already, billions of dollars have been invested in solar and wind power.

The reason for these investments is clear enough: panic over global warming. Hysteria over climate change.

No matter how you slice it, changes in the atmosphere lead to changes in how much heat from the sun gets in and out.

Man-made or part of a geographic cycle — it honestly doesn’t matter.

There’s a reason they call it the “greenhouse effect.”

Imagine sitting in a greenhouse on a hot summer day. Eventually, you’ll start getting pretty toasty.

We can argue all day about who or what is causing it, but one thing is for sure: We’re sitting in one big greenhouse.

And the amount of carbon in the Earth’s atmosphere has continued to rise. That much is a fact that no one argues against, climate skeptics and climate alarmists alike.

To make matters worse, we have spent hundreds of billions already trying to reduce emissions and stem the tide. But as this chart shows, we haven’t put a dent in rising global temperatures.

Carbon in the atmosphere remains incredibly high. In fact, this year we reached a record.

Average carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere has now surpassed 411 million parts per million, the highest in recorded history.

This may not sound like a big deal to some. After all, Earth is a big place. But think about it this way: If I told you the amount of carbon dioxide in your house was steadily rising, would you feel safe and stay put? Would you sit around debating the case?

Of course not: You would make sure the coast is clear for you and your family.

For decades, scientists have been calculating the exact makeup of the atmosphere thousands of years into the past. By drilling into Antarctica’s ice sheets, they can calculate the exact composition of the atmosphere going back millennia.

This is how we know the amount of carbon dioxide is the highest it’s ever been in human history. Which perfectly explains why Earth’s average temperatures are higher now than they used to be.

Even without humans, this same story played itself out before: 55 million years ago.

Scientists call it the “Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum.”

I call it a global warning.

Long before humans walked the Earth, something BIG happened that caused global temperatures to rise by eight degrees. No one knows for sure exactly what, but no matter.

The point is that’s unimaginably hot. Scientists today are worried about an increase of just two degrees!

With that temperature rise, thousands of plant and animal species went extinct.

Some scientists think it could have been a massive volcanic explosion in what is now Western Canada.

Others have found evidence of a carbon-heavy comet crashing into Earth off the Atlantic Coast of North America.

Others simply point out that this was happening at the same time South America broke away from Antarctica, forever changing global ocean currents.

Whatever the cause, global temperatures rose dramatically thanks to elevated carbon dioxide levels.

Some people will argue that the recent rises of carbon in the atmosphere are just part of Earth’s natural life cycle. Others are certain that humans are causing it by driving cars and burning coal to generate electricity.

But again, it doesn’t matter.

Either way, it’s happening, and it’s incredibly dangerous for us and our environment.

Don’t believe me? Just consider this:

We have already experienced...

  • The loss of 119 billion tons of Antarctic ice from 1993 to 2016 — a phenomenon that is increasing at an alarming rate, according to NASA.
  • Average sea level increase of eight inches over the past century.
  • A 30% rise in oceanic acidity over the past 100 years.
  • A "bleaching" of 70% of the world’s coral reefs — essentially the coral dying.
  • Five of the hottest years on record in all of recorded history in just the past eight years.

We can argue all day long about whether or not humans are causing this. But the truth is the cause is now irrelevant, for reasons I will explain in a minute.

What matters NOW is that these increased levels of carbon will inevitably cause BIG problems for humans.

Current ExxonMobil chairman and CEO Darren Woods may have said it best in an interview:

“I believe, and my company believes, that climate risks warrant action and it’s going to take all of us — business, governments and consumers — to make meaningful progress.”

Again, that’s the CEO of the world’s largest oil company. If he’s admitting we have to do something, that about settles it.

A recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts that another half-degree temperature jump (estimated to happen by 2040) will lead to severe droughts, intense hurricanes, and the loss of most of the world’s coral reefs.

Since 1970, there have been an average of six Atlantic hurricanes per year. Yet that average has been increasing — 2017 saw 10 Atlantic hurricanes.

These massive superstorms cause a huge loss of life and property. Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma alone cost a combined $265 billion, much of which was supported by — you guessed it — taxpayer money.

The point is we need to get our atmosphere back in check and throw ideas like “emissions reduction” in the garbage, because they aren’t working. At the very least, we need something better.

That’s why governments around the world are moving into a new age... the age of “geoengineering.”

In other words, the time for negative emissions has arrived.

Forget Carbon Reduction: These Scientists Just Invented CARBON DELETION

To the dismay of many green energy advocates, there exists a sobering fact:

Reducing the amount of carbon being released put into the atmosphere won’t make a lick of difference — or at least not enough.

As you’ve already seen, the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere currently sits at unprecedented levels: over 400 million parts per million, double the average for all of recorded history.

And that’s after decades of investment in emissions reduction technologies. Wind, solar, hydro... you name it. It’s just not making a big enough dent.

That’s why governments around the world have decided to up the ante.

The same governments and organizations that spent billions pushing the use of solar, wind, and other renewables have already started sounding the alarm. They know that no matter how much we reduce carbon emissions, it won’t be enough.

Despite all the money and tax credits they’ve given away, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is now admitting that cutting CO2 emissions over the next few decades won’t be enough to fully stop climate change.

“It's not a question of ‘Maybe we'll need negative emissions technologies’...” — E. Burns, Senior Policy Advisor

“Then we have no option [but] to remove the CO2 we have already emitted,” — Sarang Supekar, Systems Engineer at University of Michigan

The U.S. Department of Energy, EPA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the U.S. Geological Survey have all pitched in researching potential solutions. And while obvious ways to help get things back into balance include reducing the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere, it won’t be enough.

The Worldwatch Institute, the IPCC, and Columbia University have all started pounding the table on the need for a new method of fighting CO2: climate engineering.

Which is why they’ve all started taking a close look at a technological breakthrough being pioneered by the tiny $0.50 stock I’m going to tell you about today.

Even U.S. congressional leaders are waking up.

Despite all the partisanship in modern American politics, an agreement was reached in 2018, when our congressional leaders passed the FUTURE Act (Furthering Carbon Capture, Utilization, Technology, Underground Storage, and Reduced Emissions Act).

This bipartisan legislation doubled the tax credits available for this new technology and sent the message loud and clear to business leaders that capturing and using the very carbon dioxide we cast off into our air is the way to go.

After passage of the FUTURE Act, Stanford University analyzed its implications and quickly realized that it would now be profitable for companies to target negative emissions.

Katharine Mach, a research scientist from Stanford, was quoted as saying, “There’s really no scenario that meets the world’s climate goals without negative emissions...”

That’s why governments around the world are practically throwing money at this new technology

Which is why I’m so excited to be sharing the company behind it today.

Not only will this technology be a game-changer for manipulating our climate to our benefit...

But the value it will create could be worth billions.

We’re going to get to the name of the company that has pulled off this “miracle” in a minute. But first, you need to understand why this breakthrough was thought to be impossible until today.

Negative Emissions Breaks Into “the Green”

Believe it or not, for almost 50 years, oil companies have been preventing carbon from entering the atmosphere.

This is what we call “conventional carbon capture.” And they didn’t do it for environmental reasons — they did it for economic ones.

Back then, scientists from big oil firms like ExxonMobil realized that if they could capture the carbon they were producing, they could use it to get even more oil out of the ground.

This is what we know today as “fracking” — using a substance like water or carbon dioxide to force hard-to-reach oil to the surface.

And it wasn’t long before practically everyone realized that conventional carbon capture could be used for so much more than finding oil.

By capturing the CO2 emitted by natural gas processing, steel mills, and dozens of other industrial activities and then burying it in the ground, we could massively reduce the amount of carbon in the atmosphere.

Today, there are 17 large-scale CCS plants capturing and burying 40 million metric tons of carbon per year. Now, that’s just 0.1% of the world’s emissions, but the proof is there.

The only problem is that to truly make a difference to our planet, the International Energy Agency calculates that we’ll have to bury about 6 billion tons of carbon dioxide annually by the year 2050 — 150x our current rate.

Plus, don’t forget all the costs.

Which brings me to why I’m so excited about the company I’ll be talking about today.

You see, once word got out on what it had done, some very interesting companies started knocking on its door.

Oil companies, car manufacturers, and even the second-largest utility operator in the U.S. wanted a direct line to this company’s CEO.

They wanted to team up with this tiny stock based in the Northeast because it had taken a process they had been using for 50 years a step further. The resulting technology was the world’s first negative emissions process.

The truth is that conventional carbon capture isn’t cheap enough. It costs $60 per metric ton, and it only works because of tax credits and subsidies. Which is why the breakthrough technology created by this company is so exciting.

Its proprietary process works rain or shine and has even proven reliable in heavy storms, potentially eliminating power outages during even the worst of hurricanes. And it does it all by using the very carbon produced by power plants to generate MORE ELECTRICITY.

It’s no exaggeration to say that removing carbon from the atmosphere could be a source of profits for the energy industry.

The Small Company That Did the Impossible


Thousands of companies and dozens of governments have been looking at the problem wrong. For decades, they were focused on “moon shot” energy sources to power our world. Things like nuclear fission would be great if only we could get them to work.

This company turned the problem on its head and found a way to make our current energy sources — oil, natural gas, and coal — work for us in returning the atmosphere to balance.

It’s nothing short of a “potential game changer,” in the words of a research scientist with the MIT Energy Initiative.

Its negative emissions technology has already proven to:

  1. Instantly reduce carbon emissions by 90%.
  2. Cut NOx gas from coal and natural gas power plants by 70%.
  3. All while generating extra power for the grid.

The remaining 10% of CO2 can easily be captured by conventional technologies, all with excess profits to spare.

The proprietary process is relatively simple. Picture a coal-fueled power plant.

It’s worth mentioning that the world still gets 40% of its electricity from coal-burning power plants, which is exactly why this tiny company’s negative emissions technology is so powerful.

A power plant burns its fuel source — natural gas, coal, and even radioactive fuel rods — and uses that heat to boil water in its furnace. This produces steam, which is then used to turn massive turbines to generate electricity.

Up until now, carbon capture technologies have been looking at the problem all wrong. They sought to capture the carbon after it’s been used to heat up the water inside the boiler.

But what if the carbon dioxide was used to create electricity at the very beginning?

That’s what this tiny company with a market capitalization below $100 million managed to pull off.

By taking a fuel source, say natural gas, and combining it with methane and water, something very special happens when applied to a metal catalyst: the system produces hydrogen and concentrated carbon dioxide.

This may not sound like a big deal, but believe me, nothing could be bigger.

Remember, it costs at least $60 per metric ton to capture carbon dioxide emissions — far too high to be economic. That’s because the CO2 being put out by industry is mixed up with a whole bunch of other gases — that’s why they call it “carbon capture” and not “carbon retrieval.”

If we could generate power and simply snatch up CO2 in a concentrated form, then the cost of becoming a negative emission civilization drops dramatically.

The whole process revolves around simple chemical reactions set off in the right order. As the process is carried out, electrons are thrown off — electricity to power our homes, computers, and phones.

What’s most important about all of this is that there’s just one waste product: concentrated CO2.

Now that CO2 is so easy to retrieve, industry leaders are already dreaming up a host of uses. It can be...

  • Sold to beverage makers like Coca-Cola (just imagine, CO2 from a power plant continuing life in a can of Coca-Cola!).
  • Stored underground.
  • Used by oil exploration companies to force oil out of the ground.

The possibilities are endless.

I didn’t believe it at first.

But then I learned about the actual science and why storing the small amount of carbon this company’s system captures is the solution we’ve been looking for. It has to do with the density of concentrated carbon dioxide and the water in Earth’s oceans.

The process I outlined above produced extremely concentrated carbon dioxide. This can then be turned into a liquid and pumped to literally anywhere we want it. We can send it to a local Coca-Cola plant to create “fizz,” or — on a large scale — simply allow it to “pool” on the bottom of the ocean.

At depths of 3,000 meters, the water pressure is so great that it forces the liquefied carbon dioxide into pools that look like this:

Safely tucked away in a part of our planet that is completely unused by humans.

By now, it should be clear that we’re at the dawn of solving one of the biggest problems our world faces today.

Investors who get in on the ground floor of this company, which is creating a solution that works for everyone, stand to get rich in the process.

I’ll tell you everything you need to know about this game-changer energy stock.

But first, let me go over one more thing: the final proofs that this technology is the real deal and already being put into effect at multiple projects all over the world.

Reason #1: Negative Emissions Saves Energy

There are three primary ways to generate the power we need for our modern world:

  1. A conventional natural gas or coal plant
  2. A plant with conventional carbon capture
  3. This company’s negative emissions technology, which can be installed in any coal or natural gas plant starting today

Option #3 is the clear winner.

Here’s the simple math that proves what I’m talking about...

A 500 MW coal-fired power plant generates approximately 3.6 million tons of carbon per year — the same amount as 685,000 cars. Right now, all of that CO2 goes straight into our atmosphere.

We can use tried-and-true coal capture to mitigate this risk. It costs a lot of money, but we can actually capture approximately 90% of the carbon emitted by every single coal plant in the world.

But by installing conventional carbon capture technologies, the electricity generated is actually reduced by 20%. This, combined with the cost of the equipment to capture the CO2, leads to an 80% higher utility bill for average Americans.

Or we can install this company’s incredible negative emissions technology starting today. Once utility companies and energy executives realize the benefits of doing so, it’ll be just a matter of time. That’s because, in capturing the same amount carbon that conventional methods do, this tiny company’s process allows a typical 500 MW coal plant to produce 80% MORE POWER.

That’s right: The power output of such a station instantly rises to 900 MW, all for the same costs as today’s best carbon capture methods.

All that excess power can be put to good use powering our homes and eliminating the remaining pollutants.

Reason #2: This Negative Emissions Technology
Is Cost Effective

Let’s face it: One of the reasons the industry hasn’t made a major push into reducing and/or eliminating carbon in our atmosphere is because of the cost.

We’ve simply invested too much money in fossil fuel usage.

Currently, the world consumes 98 million barrels of oil per year. At $70 per barrel, that equates to a whopping $2.5 TRILLION-per-year industry. Taking into account natural gas, coal, real estate for gas stations, and all the other ancillary industries, it’s clear that tens of trillions have been invested in a carbon-powered world.

Which is why this small stock with a market capitalization below $100 million is so powerful. Its system, which is already being installed in a few select power plants, is simply an add-on to our global energy infrastructure.

No need to tear coal power plants down or install solar panels on your roof.

That’s a big deal. And it explains perfectly why companies like ExxonMobil and mega-utility Southern Company have both started pounding on this company’s door.

As we’ve covered, the world is already starting to cut back big time on carbon emissions. And typical power plants, just like the ones Southern Company owns, are some of the biggest "polluters" there are. Remember, just one 500 MW coal-fired plant produces the same amount of carbon dioxide in a year as 635,000 cars.

At last count, ExxonMobil had a balance sheet with a whopping $348 billion in assets. Southern Company has over $110 billion invested in traditional carbon-emitting energy plants. Just by offering companies like this the chance to protect all the money they’ve invested, this company stands to make a killing.

Reason #3: Negative Emissions Will
Scale Enormously

The sheer scale of it.

This small company’s negative emissions technology doesn’t just apply to power plants.

It can be installed in anything that uses fossil fuels to generate heat or power for industry. That includes refining, power generation, and countless industrial applications, including the manufacturing of things like steel and cement.

All told, this technology can easily apply to the causes of two-thirds of the world’s carbon emissions. This is an unimaginably huge potential market. In 2017, the world produced 32.5 gigatons of carbon. That’s 32,500,000,000 metric tons of carbon.

What is the ability to eliminate that much carbon worth?

How much would you pay for a technology that is capable of eliminating so much carbon right out of the gate, only to go on and start reducing the amount of carbon in our atmosphere?

We’re about to find out. Because some of the biggest companies in the world are signing up to do business with this once-in-a-generation stock.

When asked about his company’s recently announced deal with this tiny stock, ExxonMobil chairman and CEO Darren Woods had this to say:

“We ask why not capture the CO2 in producing energy? To do this, it'll require new materials and new processes right in our area of expertise... Think of that, concentrating CO2 while generating power. That really is transformative. Once again, we're working with partners here and we're working with companies like [the negative emissions stock].”

Thanks to their joint pilot program, which saw the installation of this company’s negative emissions technology at over 50 locations across the U.S., even mighty ExxonMobil has become convinced of the cost savings compared with traditional carbon-reduction technologies — all while generating power and capturing carbon right at the source.

Exxon has estimated that its own 500 MW power plant with this company’s negative emissions technology added on will generate at least 620 MW of extra power — a nearly 40% swing in its favor compared to the 450 MW a carbon-capture plant would yield.

Vijay Swarup, VP of R&D at Exxon, had this to say:

“Our scientists saw the potential for this exciting technology for use at natural gas power plants to enhance the viability of carbon capture and sequestration while at the same time generating additional electricity. We sought the industry leaders in carbonate fuel-cell technology to test its application in pilot stages to help confirm what our researchers saw in the lab over the last two years.”

As of December 31, 2017, the United States had over 8,600 power plants. What if each one paid this company $1 million to simply license its incredible technology?

Its shareholders would be sitting on an $8.6 BILLION mega-opportunity.

That would just be the beginning.

Because industrial-scale plants built by this company run into the tens of millions. This also says nothing of the global opportunity to service the estimated 63,000 power plants that electrify our world.

Now that years of successful testing have finally been completed, the time has come for industrial-scale use. Already, construction of massive facilities that use this company’s key technology is already underway. By this year, construction will be complete — just in time for savvy investors to get in before word gets out on this company’s revolutionary technology.

Earn Some Major Green...
By Being Green


This hidden energy technology company is already seeing surging demand for its negative emissions platform.

And not just because it generates electricity while eliminating the carbon dioxide...

It also generates hydrogen that can be used for things like fuel cells in buses, industrial lifts, and cars.

The year 2018 marked the first year that its negative emissions technologies have been commercially available on any scale. In spite of the fact that it’s just getting started and that its industrial-scale technologies remain in the construction stage, revenues surged a whopping 1,262% in the first nine months of 2018.

The $43 million the company has brought in over the previous year's $3 million is just the beginning.

It is also lined up to earn service fees for decades into the future on its world-changing proprietary negative emissions technology. A prime example is a recent deal to build a small-scale plant in South Korea... and service that same project for 20 years!

Like I said before, this company’s market capitalization sits at just $100 million. What do you think will happen to this company’s stock once word gets out that the company not only has cracked the climate change problem but is also seeing explosive revenues as a result?

We could be months away from Wall Street analysts — who are too busy chasing huge stocks like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google — getting wise and sending the stock soaring. It’s practically inevitable once energy investors find out that this company is currently sitting on a backlog of $1.8 billion.

You read that right. This company can’t even keep up with demand for its revolutionary and proprietary negative emissions technology.

This backlog includes:

  • A clean-power generation deal at a Pfizer executive campus
  • A power plant revitalization and modernization contract with Dominion Energy
  • A resiliency-enhancement deal with a solar energy producer in New England

This is just a sample of what’s to come. As more and more orders pile onto the company’s $1.8 billion mountain of backlog, the profits will start to roll in. As the company highlighted in a recent investor presentation, it has four key drivers of future profitability:

  1. Negative emissions project sales
  2. Company-owned negative emissions plant revenues
  3. Recurring revenues from service contracts
  4. Further technological advances

That last revenue driver is perhaps the most exciting. Because while this tiny stock worth just $100 million today is already getting some big attention from some very big-pocketed players, it is future advances that will truly make its shareholders rich.

Think about it this way: Already, its proprietary advanced negative emissions technology has proven to work on a modest scale.

What happens when it takes what it has learned from these initial tests and applies it to making its patented technologies even more efficient?

Imagine the same technological bell curve that has made your smartphone, computer, and car’s fuel efficiency being applied to a brand-new technology that literally uses waste carbon dioxide to produce more energy.

Simply put, we’re on the verge of a negative emissions revolution, and this company is proving its tech through partnerships with some of the biggest corporations in the world.

The 3 Negative Emission Projects That
Will Make You Rich

1. ExxonMobil Joint Venture

In just a moment, we’ll get to the name and everything else you need to know about this once-in-a-generation stock.

But first, allow me to share with you the real-world proof of its game-changing technology.

Back in 2016, in what may go down in history as the equivalent of the Wright brothers’ flight at Kitty Hawk, this tiny stock partnered with the largest oil company in the United States: ExxonMobil.

The news could not have been more shocking.

It involved the installation of a megawatt-class negative emission technological addition to a power plant owned by Alabama Power. The U.S. government was also a part of the project, awarding millions via the U.S. Department of Energy to design and build the world’s first utility-scale negative emission system.

The project, which will be completed in a matter of months, has already attracted attention. In addition to industry groups and national media shining a spotlight on the project, some very big players are following ExxonMobil’s lead.

Oil sands producers Cenovus Energy and Alberta Innovates (a Canadian oil industry trade group) dove in to test this same technology on oil sands processing.

2. Using Negative Emissions to Produce Hydrogen for Toyota

Big oil isn’t the only player to come knocking on this company’s door.

Two years ago, Toyota, the world’s second-largest automaker, approached the company I'm going to share with you in just a few minutes. Soon a deal was struck to construct the largest carbonate-based negative emissions plant in North America.

Why would a car manufacturer care about a power plant, you ask? Think back to what I mentioned a bit ago: One of the by-products of this company’s proprietary technology is hydrogen.

It just so happens that Toyota is leading the charge for a hydrogen-powered world. It doesn’t buy Elon Musk’s battery-powered car argument and has opted to fuel our cars not with gasoline but with hydrogen.

The plant, which will come online in 2020 and be built right on American shores, will produce 1.2 tons of hydrogen per day. This hydrogen will be used as fuel for a wave of hydrogen-powered vehicles Toyota has rolling off the assembly line. Soon, you’ll be able to buy a Mirai sedan or even a heavy-duty truck powered not by electricity or gasoline but by hydrogen produced from this one-of-a-kind energy plant.

It doesn’t stop there.

The cars Toyota hopes to sell will be powered by what is essentially a waste product: excess hydrogen from a chemical process. The electricity produced by the plant will make a profit by being sold back to California’s power grid.

All this means thousands of cars could be fueled and electricity generated for the grid all while eliminating the amount of carbon in the atmosphere.

3. This Groundbreaking South Korean Power Plant (KOSPO)

The potential of this $100 million company’s negative emissions technology hasn’t gone unnoticed overseas.

In fact, this might just be the most promising of the three projects I’m describing today.

As we speak, far away in the North Chungcheong Province of South Korea, the world’s largest negative emissions power plant is currently under construction.

It may not look like much, but what you see here is a whopping 11.2 megawatts of negative emissions electricity generation.

Don’t let its size fool you — therein lies the beauty of this company’s proprietary technology. Unlike wind and solar, which require huge amounts of space to generate meaningful amounts of electricity, negative emissions technology requires little space at all.

Which is exactly why South Korea’s power company has taken to a technology that, until recently, remained untested.

Seoul, South Korea, isn't the only place dealing with pollution problems. The country itself is about the size of the state of Kentucky, yet it has a population of 52 million — 12 times the population of Kentucky and five times the population of the New York metropolitan area.

Upon completion, the project will produce 80 megawatts of power using the patented technology of one tiny stock that trades on the NASDAQ — so small that it has slipped by unnoticed until now.

Wall Street Wishes it Could Buy This
Once-in-a-Decade Stock

By now it should be obvious that the tiny company we’ve been talking about today is on the verge of changing the way we power our energy grid.

You’d think investors would be clamoring for its stock, driving the price up before you and I could invest. Unfortunately for Wall Street, it’s not that simple. In fact, for most financial gurus and money managers, this stock isn’t even an option.

First, there’s the fact that most of the trading and investment decisions in the U.S. markets aren’t even made by humans much these days. It’s widely known that well over 90% of the volume on the NYSE is a result of computer algorithms trying to squeeze pennies out of “flash trades.”

Stocks with game-changing technology and enormous profit potential just don’t cross their screens. Bad for them, but great for you and me.

Second, there’s this company’s size. I’ve already told you this company is tiny — its market capitalization is just $100 million. And while I don’t expect that to be the case for long, the simple fact of the matter is that even if it TRIPLED tomorrow, it would still be untouchable by practically every Wall Street hotshot.

You see, most everyone on Wall Street can’t buy this company’s stock hand over fist because their hands are tied — not by regulators, but by lawyers.

You see, every single fund has what are called “objectives.” Some funds seek to beat the market; some seek to match the market's return. Others try to beat an underlying sub-index of the market by picking the best stocks of a given sector.

The list is endless.

But what’s almost always found in every prospectus are set rules, which managers CANNOT break, about the stocks they buy for their investors.

Take the Vanguard Small Cap Value Index Fund, ranked by Morningstar as one of the best small-capitalization value funds in America. It has earned investors 11.3% per year for the past five years after fees and expenses.

According to its prospectus, it achieved this goal by combing through the MSCI U.S. Small Cap 1750 Index — a composite of 1,750 small-capitalization stocks — for the best “value” plays. That’s all well and good, but even the companies in this index made up of “small-capitalization stocks” skew much higher than you’d expect.

In fact, the average capitalization in this “small-cap” index is $1.75 billion, more than 100 times the size of the company I’m telling you about today.

In other words, “smart money” hasn’t even begun to touch this stock yet... but their loss is your gain.

By now, I’m sure you’re dying to know the details. That’s why I’ve put together a FREE report with everything you need to know.

It’s called “Negative Emissions: How to Bank Massive Returns from the Climate Change Killer.”

Inside, you’ll find the name, ticker symbol, and simple trading instructions. I’ll show you how to access that FREE report in just a moment...

But first, let me introduce myself.

Hi, I’m Jason Stutman.


You may know me as the investment director of Angel Publishing’s popular tech investing publication, Technology and Opportunity.

Or you may know me as lead editor of the popular news site Wealth Daily.

But what do I really do?

I learn about the technology industry and hunt down innovative, disruptive companies that are changing the rules of the game.

And I identify stocks with blockbuster potential.

I absolutely love my work. I get to do some really cool stuff and see some really cool things.

From surgical robots to miniature drones and the next generation of 3D printers, I’ve been fortunate enough to test countless emerging technologies well BEFORE they hit the market.

Following this kind of stuff is my passion. It’s what I love to do.

And that’s why, in 2013, I agreed to join Angel Publishing, one of the largest and most trusted investment research firms in the world.

It’s also why I founded my Topline Trader investment research service.

I’m proud to publish your blueprint for leading-edge technology investments — investments that have the potential to double, triple, or, as you’ve already seen, more.

I cut my teeth in the world of technology. And over the last several years, I’ve built an incredibly strong network of professional connections in the industry.

My contacts include high-ranking CTOs, investor relations executives, and even high-profile CEOs.

But I'm not telling you this to brag.

I simply want to point out the advantage this could give you.

Not only do technology companies let me know when they’re developing new products, but I also often get to experience these new innovations well before they hit the market.

If it’s coming up in the world of tech, you can be sure it’s on my radar.

And by getting on the inside, I’ve been able to tip off my faithful readers to a steady stream of winning tech stocks...



They include recent gains in biotechnology, like this pioneer in molecular information platforms:


Like this biotech that's making breakthroughs in diabetes treatments:


And this developer of drugs for neurodegenerative disease:


I cover the entire world of technology. And I take profits wherever they present themselves.

Like this leader in industrial robotics:


And this company that's disrupting the commercial print industry:


This creator of technology platforms for the medical cannabis community rewarded us very quickly:


And so did this developer of advanced digital imaging technologies:


These were all great plays. But they don’t compare to the profits I'm seeing on the horizon from the negative emissions stock I’ve been telling you about.

I believe those profits will be much closer to the gains my readers made on Ethereum, the powerhouse cryptocurrency that shot up 2,319% from when I recommended it in April of 2017:


Right now, you probably want to know if I really deliver for my readers. So why don’t I let them tell you?

The information found in Technology and Opportunity has proven invaluable. Of all the recommendations I am exposed to, whether by other newsletters or fellow investors, Jason's recommendations have borne the most fruit. As the name suggests, an opportunity awaits if you believe. The only limitation is lack of action!

Jason's track record speaks for itself and time has proven again and again that the information found in Technology and Opportunity has the potential to make you wealthy.

— Matt S.

Jason Stutman does a terrific job of communicating the value of technologies in an understandable way and has a high degree of success in picking those companies that will be the winners in a particular field of technology. By following Jason's advice and investing in many of his selections, I have handily beaten the S&P 500 over the last several years and learned a lot about new technologies along the way.

— Jeff K.

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The thing that sets this letter apart from all the rest is the ability to locate solid under the radar companies that will shape the way we live everyday life. Technology and Opportunity is worth every penny, it's actually under priced!

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— Ron T.

Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than hearing my readers’ success stories!

And that’s why I make sure to provide them with the absolute best investment opportunities in the world of tech.

Each month, I bring my readers a new company that’s in the process of changing the world — just like the firm detailed in our free report:

“Negative Emissions: How to Bank Massive Returns from
the Climate Change Killer”



This report gives you the name, ticker symbols, and all the details on the market-dominating negative emissions stock I’ve been telling you about.

But this company is only one of the many opportunities and benefits you'll receive by joining us at Technology and Opportunity.

Let me tell you what else you should expect with a subscription...

  • 12 Monthly Issues: Our issues are jam-packed with new and exciting research on the hottest technology companies on the planet. Every month, I'll introduce you to a breakthrough company that has the potential to change the world. You'll get the name of the company, the stock symbol, and specific instructions to help you invest.
  • Portfolio Updates: As needed, I'll send you regular market pulse updates that'll let you know what's happening in the world of technology and give you an up-to-the-minute analysis on each of my recommendations. If something big comes across my desk, you’ll be the first to know.
  • Weekly Curated Content: Each week, I'll share with you the most important financial and tech news from around the web in our "This Week in Tech" series. Stay up to date on all the latest breakthroughs and innovations, even before they hit the public market.
  • Flash Alerts: Every day, I monitor the markets, keeping a close eye on each of my recommendations. So, if something changes with any of our positions, you'll be the first to know via my flash alerts.
  • Unlimited Access to Our Private, Members-Only Website: Read all our back issues and reports, and stay up to date on all the cutting-edge technology opportunities I uncover.

On top of all that, I'll also give you two special bonus reports — a $500 value, completely free of charge — if you respond within the next 24 hours...

Bonus Report #1: “Ultranet Profits: Top 3 Stocks for Riding the 5G Revolution”


The world of 5G is about to explode...

And it’s starting right now!

5G technologies will open up an entire NEW world of investment opportunities...

We’ve seen it happen with every generation of wireless before: 1G all the way through 4G.

For example, once 4G upgrades were implemented, companies that were in on the action took off.

Crown Castle was one of many cell phone tower stocks that delivered a profitable run for its investors:


Shares popped 637%, and the gains are still rolling in.

But even though past gains have been massive, they won’t be able to hold a candle to what we’re about to see with 5G, the fifth generation of mobile communication.

It will be even BIGGER than the generations before it.

5G will be able to handle 10,000 Mbps, which is 100 times faster than 4G on its best day.

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The kind of stocks that people will be talking about in a few years, wishing they’d bought them.

In fact, right now, one of these companies is trading for around only $3.

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Bonus Report #2: “The End of Google as We Know It: How You Can Profit From the Next Leap in AI”


Bill Gates calls it the “holy grail.”

Jeff Bezos says it’s “gigantic.”

And Elon Musk has poured $1 billion into it.

And right now, Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon, IBM, and virtually every other high-tech titan is working day and night to bring the next generation of artificial intelligence to life.

The biggest application for this breakthrough?

The personal digital assistant (PDA).

This breakthrough technology will make typing a question into Google Search as obsolete as dialing a rotary telephone...

The New PDA Will Be Like Having a Friend By Your Side Who Knows Everything

And it’ll exist for one purpose: to share its knowledge with you.

It'll be able to do everything Siri can. But it’ll also be more than happy to schedule your meetings, plot your monthly budget, reserve your rental car, make a tee time, and email your friends.

The list of things it’ll be able to do for you will be limited only by your imagination.

And it won’t just be everyday users like you who will take advantage of these new PDAs...

Hospitals will be able to use them to more accurately diagnose patients. College students will be able to use them in place of textbooks. And businesses will be able to use them to spot market trends ahead of the competition.

I know that all this sounds like something from a sci-fi novel, but consider how far we’ve come already:

  • IBM’s Watson can diagnose cancer faster — and more accurately — than doctors today.
  • Amazon’s Alexa can perform 7,000 unique tasks
  • Microsoft’s Cortana can draft emails and schedule daily appointments
  • The Google Assistant software can carry a two-way conversation.
  • Google Translate created its own language to make switching between languages easier.

These developments are just the beginning of where the next generation of AI will take us.

And it’s moving fast.

In fact, comScore is estimating that by 2020, more than half of all internet searches will be done through voice-recognition AI.

By then, spending in the field of PDA development is expected to skyrocket up to $47 billion. That’s a jaw-dropping growth rate of 55.1% a year!

And You Could Pocket up to 49,500% Gains From
This Historic Leap in AI


That’s how much money tech-savvy investors made on the back of Google’s IPO.

But they didn’t make it through Google — they made it through Dell, Logitech, Intel, and HP.

These are the companies that produced the hardware Google needed to scale up its search technology — the computers, the microprocessors, and even the mouses and keyboards necessary for you and me to search the web.

If you'd invested $2,500 in each of these companies on the day of Google's IPO and sold them only 18 months later, you'd have made a fortune of about $1.24 million.

That’s a 49,500% gain — more than 496 times your original investment.

Today, You Have Another Shot at a $1 Million Payday With the Next Generation of PDAs

And you won’t have to buy the tech titans developing them, like Apple, IBM, and Amazon.

The seven-figure payday I’m talking about involves a $16 company that’s revolutionized voice-recognition technology.

It's created a new type of microphone called an “array.”

Arrays are clusters of tiny microphones inside individual devices.

And they do a much better job of distinguishing distance, cutting out background noise, and identifying commands than typical microphones do.

This $16 company is the undisputed leader in the technology behind these powerful little devices.

And that’s earned it a whopping 59% market share!

Bottom Line: Demand for This Company’s
Tech Will Explode

And it’s because it’s crucial for tech giants like Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon to bring the next generation of Siri, Cortana, and Alexa to life.

In fact, a research report by IHS Technology says the number of microphones sold every year will almost double from 3.6 billion to 6 billion by as soon as 2019.

Hopefully you can see why right now is the perfect time to invest in this tiny tech company.


It’s an extraordinary profit opportunity that can make you a millionaire. And you’ll learn everything you'll need to know about it in “The End of Google as We Know It: How You Can Profit From the Next Leap in AI.”

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By now, you're probably wondering...

How much does all this cost?

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Services like Technology and Opportunity give them a big leg up on the competition. So they're willing to dish out the cash for information that can pay for itself with a single trade.

But I don't do what I do to make the fat cats on Wall Street richer than they already are.

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Three dimes, a quarter and a nickel, 30 pennies...


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Even if you decide to take a 100% refund, you'll be able to keep everything I've sent you. This includes the special report, “Negative Emissions: How to Bank Massive Returns from the Climate Change Killer.”

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Simply put, you have absolutely nothing to lose. And your upside on this opportunity is enormous.

Your subscription could easily pay for itself with a single trade.

But you must move quickly.

Most people haven't heard about the stock detailed in this special report. But that won't last.

Word is getting out. And big institutional money is already moving in as this negative emissions company positions itself for enormous growth.

Things are already moving fast. And you need to get in position now, not later, to ensure full profit potential.

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Jason Stutman
Investment Director, Technology and Opportunity