Upcoming COP15 Climate Change Conference Trade Ideas

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In just a few weeks on December 7th, a secret meeting of world leaders takes place that will undoubtedly go a long way in shaping how we live our lives. .. from the kinds of cars we drive, to how many hours we can run hot water, to how much we pay in electricity bills each month.  The COP15 Climate Change conference in Denmark will provide extraordinary profit opportunities in what venture capitalist firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers said “could be the largest economic opportunity of the 21st century.”  What is that opportunity?  Cleantech.  Everything from renewable energies, to energy efficiency, to water treatment and conservation.  The opportunity in the coming years will be extraordinary and for those that position themselves, will reap the rewards. 

Following the last meeting, international alternative energy companies such as Vestas Wind, Sunways and Climate Exchange PLC all skyrocketed and the profits could be bigger this time around.  The big guys know this and are already positioning themselves.  According to Green Chip Stocks International, Morgan Stanley, Citi and JP Morgan were given the inside scoop on COP15’s agenda last year and almost immediately mapped out their entire lending strategy for the next 40 years to be in synch with the $45 trillion global trend COP15 is responsible for.  Some companies will be left in the dust while others will lead the way into the future.

Green Chip Stocks has more details on this extraordinary opportunity ..

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November 30, 2009

John - TitanEnergyWorldwide @ 8:41 pm

Cleantech is very important for the environment, the country and those companies that are making a difference. Finding ways to provide clean energy, help consumers manage energy etc.

Thank you for the post, great movement going on.

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