Despite fears of an industry slowdown, First Solar (NASDAQ: FSLR) beat estimates this week resulting in shares skyrocketing nearly 10%.
Not bad for a company operating in an industry that is expecting a temporary slowdown in the next couple quarters.
Of course, given the rapid rise of solar throughout the world, a brief respite shouldn’t alarm those long on solar. After all, the industry has been growing rapidly for more than two decades, and solar investments are at an all-time high.
In fact, according to the International Energy Agency, solar investments are expected to exceed $365 billion this year.
That’s more than $1 billion a day!
To put that in perspective, this amount exceeds the GDP of 158 different countries.
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And to be clear, this isn’t the result of small-time retail investors buying a few hundred shares of First Solar or SunPower (NASDAQ: SPWR). This is the result of big money. Smart money. I’m talking about family offices, venture capital funds and some of the richest people on the planet, such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett.
Of course, to be fair, these guys aren’t buying shares of solar stocks on the open market, either.
Instead, they’re mostly investing in solar through what’s called Private Solar Royalties. And for good reason.
You see, with Private Solar Royalties, not only can you make a boatload of cash, but there’s also limited downside because they are not affected by swings in the broader market.
If the markets are up, Private Solar Royalties generate gains.
If the markets are down, Private Solar Royalties still generate gains.
So what exactly are Private Solar Royalties?
To put it simply, Private Solar Royalties are monthly cash dividends you can earn from various solar projects across the globe. And they’re actually quite common amongst billionaires and large tech companies.
That being said, 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 you and I 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.
But some of these Private Solar royalty deals are getting close to selling out.
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.
I’m confident that once you see just how much money you can make from Private Solar Royalties, you’ll waste no time in getting some of this action for yourself.
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