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.
Energy Storage Is Rising in Popularity Despite COVID-19 Setbacks
Residential energy storage fell 40% in April, but this slowdown will be short-lived.
Wind Is Emerging as the Top Renewable Power Source
Falling costs have caused wind energy to emerge as the top renewable power source.
Big Oil Is Jumping Into Renewables
Big Oil is starting to invest in renewable energy companies because they produce less volatile and bigger returns.
3 Renewable Energy ETFs to Power Your Portfolio
These three ETFs are a great way to play the exploding renewable energy sector.
Pop-Up EV Chargers Could Be a Game Changer for Cities
This disappearing EV charger could make charging an electric car in urban environments seamless.
The Sun Is Setting on Oil and Gas Stocks
With stay-at-home orders still in place, more hurt is coming to oil and gas.
The EV Semitruck Race Is Heating Up
Tesla and Nikola Corp. are competing to release the first EV semitruck.
Has COVID-19 Been Good or Bad for Natural Gas Demand?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, natural gas demand briefly fell. But it’s starting to ramp up again.
Renewable Energy Sources Replace Coal Ahead of Predictions
In our current energy transition, renewable energy sources are making coal the biggest loser.
Is Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology the Future of EVs?
Hydrogren fuel cells may be used to power future electric vehicles.