Phenomenal Shares...Less Than a $1 Apiece
The firms we trade in Micro Energy Trader are some of the smallest publicly traded companies in the stock market.
So there are two important things you should know right up front…
- Stocks that trade for less than $1 a share come with some special risks.
- Not all companies of this size pan out. To be sure, many penny stocks are penny stocks for a reason.
Even so, thousands of regular people have made very handsome gains in this special piece of the market… just by putting $1,000-$5,000 into one or two of these little stocks.
That’s all it takes.
Take Acorn Energy (NASDAQ:ACFN), for example. This tiny energy player was selling for just $1.35 a share in late 2008. By April of 2012, it had gone all the way to $12.09. A $1,000 investment would have risen to $8,950, less commissions.
Coastal Energy (TSE:CEN) is another… it jumped from $3.25 a share in 2010 to $18.98 by the end of last year.
And Cheniere Energy (NYSE:LNG) – a company I still love – was once a micro-cap gem, too… before it climbed 512%.
Here’s my point: Even if you missed nine out of 10, you still would’ve ended up with a sizable pile of cash.
Of course, you know the other side to this…
These are highly volatile stocks. They bounce up and down like a Yo-Yo. For every one big winner, there can be three or four losers.
But experienced energy players who know what they’re doing can make incredible money on stocks like these.
Like hedge fund traders, small-cap energy players don’t need a very high percentage of winners to outperform the market by a sizable amount.
With strict money management guidelines, you can quickly close out a loser and let your triple-digit winners run.
Again, it just takes one to hit it big.
And now, for the first time, you’ll know exactly which ones are most likely to soar.
What Kent's Following Right Now
The Pentagon is putting millions into a tiny, little-known American company set to revolutionize the way the military harnesses power.
So far this year, a Naval Advisor to two U.S. presidents…
A former Chairman of a White House Task Force on Defense…
And a current Deputy Director in the U.S. Department of Energy…
Have scooped up over $4.7 million worth of this company's stock.
The reason is simple – they know the military is desperate to get their hands on the type of game-changing technology this defense contractor is about to release.
In fact, the U.S. Army calls it “the missing piece” that could solve one of “the most significant challenges facing the Army today.”
What this company has accomplished could save the Pentagon billions of dollars in combat zones and military bases, while reducing wartime casualties by 65%.
But here's the thing: right now, this company falls into the “micro-cap” category, trading for just $3 a share.
That means I can't go into too much detail on this developing situation in a public forum, or it could play havoc with the share price.
However, today, I am authorized to release my complete briefing to 100 people…