Where to invest for incredible gains as the green “scam” stalls

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Earlier this year, I said the biggest joke of the green movement was that billionaire climate activists had huge stakes in oil stocks like Exxon, Chevron, and Occidental.

Many of them have doubled down on their oil and gas investments as it becomes clear that there's no serious idea for replacing fossil fuels with solar, wind, or batteries.

As expected, this is heavily "underreported" by the mainstream media. Still, like every fad, the green narrative will pass eventually. It might take some time, but that's even better news for our pockets because oil and gas will continue to do well for years.

For more insight, see where to invest for incredible gains as the green "scam" stalls.

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