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What the “Experts” Got Wrong About Elon Musk

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted April 28, 2022

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This is why the so-called “experts” are useless.

Here’s a segment of the article, which appeared in Fortune:

Mike Rhodes, CEO and founder of London-based consultancy firm ConsultMyApp, told Fortune on Tuesday that Twitter the deal could “prove to be a bridge too far” for Musk.

“The projects he has on the go both at Tesla and SpaceX can hardly be seen as unambitious tasks that require little more than passive management,” he told Fortune on Tuesday. “Jumping onto yet another challenging expedition, one can only assume that some of the earlier energy he injected into those firms will be lost in the process.”

Elon Musk managed to launch one of the most successful car companies in the world during the height of the Great Recession.

He launched SpaceX, the first reusable rocket company shortly after, which is now valued at $100 billion, by the way.

Earlier this week he announced he will begin testing his hyperloop system with his tunnel-digging company, The Boring Company.

If you’re unfamiliar, the hyperloop is a form of transportation that uses low-pressure tubes to move pods from point A to point B.

These pods are expected to travel up to 600 miles per hour, which means with a hyperloop system, you can travel from Washington, D.C., to New York in less than 30 minutes.

This IS happening.

But somehow, a social media platform is going to distract Elon Musk?

This man single-handedly changed the entire landscape of personal transportation and space travel inside of 15 years, but Twitter is going to be what breaks him?

Seriously?!

It’s not as if it’s just him doing all these things by himself anyway.

Musk surrounds himself with the smartest people in the room, just like every other successful entrepreneur in the world.

When Warren Buffett takes on a new venture, do these “experts” worry about him investing in too many opportunities?

When Jeff Bezos decided to get into the space travel game, did the “experts” warn about Amazon's fate?

I said it right before Tesla went public, and I’ll say it again…

Never Bet Against Elon Musk

Love him or hate him, he’s one of the most successful entrepreneurs the world has ever known. And unless you hate money, you’d be wise to invest in anything the man touches.

And this also includes ventures he doesn’t own but invests in heavily... 

Like his SPV royalties, for instance.

If you’re unfamiliar, an SPV royalty is an investment mechanism that allows you to earn monthly income payments on solar power projects all across the world — and with virtually zero risk.

Musk has been heavily invested in these SPV royalties for years, and they've undoubtedly helped him become the richest man in the world. 

And if you don’t believe it, look at the numbers for yourself in this investigative report.

Honestly, it still amazes me how the so-called experts have said nothing about Elon Musk’s SPV royalties. But I guess their expertise is really in hustling clickbait and not helping investors create wealth.

But here at Energy and Capital, we’re not in the clickbait business. We’re in the “helping you get rich” business. And that’s why I put together this report on Elon Musk’s SPV royalty investments, which includes detailed instructions on how you can profit from these SPV royalties too — right alongside Elon Musk. 

To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth...

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Jeff is the founder and managing editor of Green Chip Stocks, a private investment community that capitalizes on opportunities in alternative energy, organic food markets, legal cannabis, and socially responsible investing. He is also the founding editor of Weekly Score, a sector-agnostic service that focuses only on quick trading opportunities. He has been a featured guest on Fox, CNBC, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the best-selling book, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his editor's page.

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