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Articles by David Fessler

David Fessler is the Engineering Strategist of The Oxford Club. He has been actively trading stocks for almost five decades. And he uses his electrical engineering background to identify – and invest in – major technological disruptions… before others even hear about them.

Dave’s well-honed instincts have led him to optimal entry points – such as when he recommended Tesla stock back at the split-adjusted price of just $8 per share. His passion is teaching investors how to profit from the clean energy revolution. 

He is a Contributing Editor to Oxford Growth Investor and Profit Trends. He also authored the bestseller The Energy Disruption Triangle: Three Sectors That Will Change How We Generate, Use, and Store Energy.

Find the Next Disrupter With These Three Laws of Technology

These three rules of tech can help you pinpoint the next company that will take off.

My No. 1 Electric Pickup Truck Play

As more companies start to release electric pickup trucks, one company is rising above the rest.

My Favorite Energy Power Play

The switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy is today’s biggest megatrend.

The Lithium Market Is About to Take Off

The lithium market is set to soar as demand for electric vehicles and battery storage continues.

The Renewables ETF You Need Today

Investing in this exchange-traded fund is a great way to play natural gas and green hydrogen infrastructure.

Why Investors Should Steer Clear of Coal and Natural Gas

The costs associated with updating coal and natural gas energy plants risk being stranded.

Profit From Solar Without Pricey Panels

Installing solar panels is a great way to lower your electricity bill, but investing in the sector can earn you even more money.

Offshore Wind Expands to Maryland

The state is the latest area to see developments in U.S. offshore wind operations.

Electric Reefers Will Soon Hit the Roads

By going electric, refrigerated semitrucks can reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Why I Think Tesla Isn’t Overvalued

Though Tesla is best known for its cars, they make up just one segment of the sustainable energy company.

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