Eskom recently submitted documents to the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER) stating that it could possibly keep its Grootvlei, Camden and Hendrina power stations open as late as 2030. These are all power stations at the end of their lives, that would have been shut in part starting this year!
Eskom is doing this to keep extra capacity in the grid, and avoid load shedding.
But here's t... ››› more
In May 2018 I told investors about Eskom's impending coal supply shortage, the Eskom Coal Cliff.
For years Eskom hasn't invested in new coal mines, and it hasn't been willing to sign new contracts with large mining companies.
Whilst diversification of supply is a good idea, the fact remains there are only a handful of miners that can supply the massive volumes that Eskom requires to keep its... ››› more
There is only one way to profit from Eskom's Coal Cliff - and SA's new energy revolution and that is to invest in these three Penny Stock Eruptors:
Penny Stock Eruptor #1:
A coal miner that's set to quadruple production and come to Eskom's rescue
Penny Stock Eruptor #2:
The only such business in Africa, with the technology to turn refuse into electricity
Penny Stock Eruptor #3:
A So... ››› more
There are two approaches to making money from the markets.
The well-trodden path. The path almost everyone seems to take. The one that grinds out a decent return over the course of a life. Safety first.
If you're patient, if you're willing to wait 30 or 40 years for a meaningful return on your capital… that is the path for you. Go out today, buy an ETF and never look at an individual sha... ››› more
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