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Why the World Is a Better Place Because of Elon Musk

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted May 12, 2022

Earlier this week, Elon Musk sent out the following tweet…

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Can you imagine if something like this were to really happen?

What would the headlines read? "Elon Musk: Dead at 50, the World Mourns"...

You know, it’s funny, but when Musk put out that tweet, the internet went crazy.

Fans and foes alike slid down the Twitter streams with their own take on what would happen if Musk did suddenly meet an untimely death.

Of course, I was thinking about this back when he first took Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) public and every Big Oil apologist and Luddite investor attacked him in a manner that’s typically only reserved for politicians and serial killers.

How dare he strive to transition us away from an outdated internal combustion technology in the 21st century!

It was absolutely absurd how so many people were pissed off at the thought of an electric vehicle future. And I certainly saw my share of violent posts directed at Musk.

Of course, nothing happened, and today, Musk is probably the most admired and hated man in the world.

With a net worth of $260 billion and a penchant for trolling haters and telling cryptic dick and weed jokes on Twitter, people either love him or hate him. But do they hate him enough to kill him?

Well, these days, anything is possible. 

But it’s also unlikely.

Few people are in the public eye as much as Musk, and as much as some folks would like to see him go gently into that good night, it would be very difficult to pull off his untimely demise.

And that’s a good thing, because without Musk, there are a lot of things we wouldn’t have today.

Let’s consider what he’s built and what his innovations have provided us or will soon provide for us:

  • Tesla — Launching an entirely new personal transportation segment that is now worth over $310 billion, resulting in the creation of tens of thousands of new jobs and allowing the world to lessen its reliance on oil, which will alleviate the hold OPEC tyrant dictators have over the world.
  • SpaceX — Reusable rockets that have significantly cut the costs associated with space transport, lower-priced services for telecommunications, and the ability to put more satellites into space in a much cheaper and more efficient way. 
  • The Boring Company — A cheaper tunneling system that will result in a more efficient and less environmentally damaging transportation infrastructure.
  • Neuralink — The system that plans to link ultra-high-bandwidth brain-machine interfaces to connect humans and computers; the potential benefits include reducing the costs associated with prostheses, better modeling of brain-machine interactions, and allowing for the enhancement of human capabilities. 

There are a lot of people who like to talk shit about Musk, but the bottom line is that no one else has had the ability, the foresight, or the balls to move on any of these things.

Musk did, and that’s what makes him so important — and, of course, such a big target for partisan Luddites, political foes who can’t buy him off, and knuckle-dragging industries that have existed for far too long because they had no real competition.

So yes, it’s easy to see why so many people might want him dead.

But Musk already let multiple cats out of the bag of complacency; we should not only be thankful for that, but as investors, we should capitalize on this.

Indeed, we already have with early calls on Tesla and opportunities to invest in SpaceX via equity crowdfunding mechanisms.

And rest assured, there will be more.

In fact, one of Musk’s more recent — and lesser-known — investments has been crushing it this year. Even while the broader markets have been selling off, Musk’s under-the-radar play on solar (which is not a stock but is available for anyone to profit from) has been delivering steady double-digit income, month after month.

I’m personally benefiting from this one myself, and I encourage you to do the same.

Because while the big money on Tesla and SpaceX has already been made, Musk’s biggest solar play is still relatively unknown, which is why I put together this short report. It details exactly what the investment is, how much you can make from it (and these are monthly gains, by the way), and why guys like Musk, Warren Buffett, and Jeff Bezos have all been piling into this thing.

Get all the juicy details here.

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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