The United States’ power grid is decades out-of-date. But a modern society can’t run without power, and this creates huge opportunities for the companies that will rebuild this vital infrastructure. Watch today’s video for more about the problem and why we need solutions sooner rather than later.
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Hi, this is Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily.
If you’ve noticed your lights flickering on and off more than they used to, it’s not your imagination. It’s a symptom of a major problem that’s been simmering in the background for years, but is now boiling over due to the recent drought and heat wave.
America’s infrastructure is crumbling. Demand for electricity rises every year, but the power grid hasn’t been updated in decades. In fact, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the U.S. energy infrastructure a grade of D-plus in its most recent credit card. In other words, the most-powerful country in the world has a third-world infrastructure.
This means more power outages, but it also means opportunity. Rebuilding the power grid could cost $1.5 trillion over the next two decades, and the companies that win the contracts to do that work could reap huge profits.
But it’s not just the U.S.; there’s already a huge amount of infrastructure spending going on in Asia, the Middle East and South America. Brazil alone just announced a $500 billion spending spree in preparation for the 2016 Olympics. India and China are spending billions more on new bridges, power plants, dams and other projects.
There are a lot of ways to invest in this trend, and in my new issue of Global Resource Hunter, I’m telling my subscribers about three extremely promising stocks, and my three favorite funds. These names are all poised to reap a whirlwind of gains from the big infrastructure build-out.
But there are also several infrastructure investments that I wouldn’t touch with a 10-foot pole, and I warn subscribers about them too.
Global Resource Hunter is hot off the presses tomorrow, August 17.
I’m Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily. Thanks for watching.