Articles by David Fessler

David Fessler is the Engineering Strategist of The Oxford Club. He is the Editor of Extreme Disruptions Trader and a Contributing Editor to Strategic Trends 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 

Dave has been actively trading stocks for almost five decades. He uses his electrical engineering background to identify – and invest in – major technological disruptions… before others even hear about them. His 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. 

Distributed Energy Resources: The Power Source That Benefits Everyone

Distributed energy resources take the load off utilities and are a more reliable form of power.

Liquefied Natural Gas Is the Key to Decarbonizing Energy

The world is rapidly switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy. And liquefied natural gas plays a key role in industries that are not easily electrified.

Coal Is on Its Way to Extinction

The coal industry is collapsing… and the pandemic is just speeding up the process.

Here’s Why the Recent Winter Storm Devastated Texas

Last week, a rare winter storm devastated Texas. Here’s why the Lone Star State was hit so badly.

The Electric Vehicle Revolution Has Hit the Tipping Point

An EV-only future is quickly becoming a reality as more companies commit to producing emissions-free cars.

Solar and Wind Power Are Set to Take Off in 2021

Solar and wind power are set to see impressive growth this year and in the decades ahead.

Electric Vehicles Are Rapidly Replacing Gas-Powered Cars

The tipping point is here. The transportation industry is finally making the switch to electric vehicles.

Electric Vehicles Could Become America’s Largest Energy Source

Though most EV owners don’t consider their cars to be energy sources, EVs have the potential to become America’s largest supplier of power.

Why I’m Bullish on Tesla

Though competition in the EV space may be a threat to Tesla’s car business, there’s more to the company than just EVs.

Corporate America Goes All-In on Renewable Energy

As renewable energy costs decrease, more U.S. corporations are buying clean energy.

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