How the 1% Earn Billions From Private Solar Royalty Payments
Take a look at this…
This is Jeff Bezos’ private yacht.
It's a 417-foot, three-masted sailing yacht that cost the Amazon CEO $500 million. It took two years to build, costs $137,000 a day just to run it, and has a support vessel that not only houses 45 staff members but also has its own submarine.
Oh, and apparently the wooden figurehead on the front of the ship was created in the image of Bezos' girlfriend, Lauren Sánchez, who, as you can see here, clearly loves him for his charm and wit.
Of course, despite the constant attacks on Bezos and Amazon, I would argue that Bezos has earned every penny of his $148 billion fortune, which has allowed him to own a $500 million yacht.
Although it should be understood that the majority of his massive pile of cash is from Amazon, Bezos has also created extraordinary wealth by profiting from contracted payments he earns every month from solar energy projects all across the globe.
This is actually quite common amongst billionaires and large tech companies.
Jeff Bezos and Amazon have earned about $2 billion from these contracted payments. Warren Buffett has earned about $4 billion, Google’s earned about $5 billion, and Apple has earned about $4.7 billion.
Of course, those billionaires and companies also have the ability to pony up a few million dollars just to get started, which is why they can earn billions of dollars from these things. Most of us don’t have the option of ponying up a few million bucks just to get started. Our analysts have traveled the world over, dedicated to finding the best and most profitable investments in the global energy markets. All you have to do to join our Energy and Capital investment community is sign up for the daily newsletter below.
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However, you don't need millions of dollars to get in on this.
You see, thanks to a recent change in an obscure SEC law, regular investors like us can now earn monthly payouts from these private solar royalty deals too — and you can get started with as little as $100.
Of course, that may not seem like much, but when you do the math, you’d be surprised how quickly that $100 can turn into a small fortune.
In fact, there’s one private solar royalty deal that has been estimated to earn $953 on every $100 invested.
So if you put in just $100 a month, your estimated royalties could eventually come to $98,325.
That’s nearly $100,000, all starting with just $100.
Or maybe you have more than $100 to invest in these private solar royalty deals.
Maybe you want to go in for $1,000 a month.
That could eventually give you an estimated $983,255 in profits.
That’s nearly $1 million, all starting with just $1,000.
Looking at these numbers, it’s easy to see why guys like Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk love these types of private solar royalties.
And now that these private solar royalties are available to pretty much anyone in the U.S., it’s easy to see why some of these private solar royalty deals are getting close to selling out.
That's why I put together this short report that shows you how you can access your own private solar royalty payments, starting today.
You don’t need a brokerage account either; again, you can start out with as little as $100 and just watch the money pile up.
Simply put, this is probably the easiest and safest way to earn steady income without having to already be a millionaire.
So unless you hate money or you’re getting ready to build your own yacht that’ll be bigger than Jeff Bezos’, I highly recommend you get some of this action for yourself and start earning your private solar royalty payments today.
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