Hello colleagues! Wandering the abyss of the Internet discovered the S&P Global Clean Energy Index (The S&P Global Clean Energy Index is designed to evaluate the performance of companies operating in the field of global clean energy, both in developed and emerging markets) and found that over the past year it has fallen by -39%! and this is at a time when the world needs alternative energy so much and Gazprom “suffocates everyone with gas”, or rather its supposedly insufficient supply: Everything is clear with gas, this year the price has flown into space. Superimposed price change data: iShares Global Clean Energy – ETF (ICLN.US), aimed at investing in shares of increasingly popular alternative energy. The fund covers mainly solar, wind, hydrogen, geothermal and biofuel energy. At the moment, ETFs mainly include companies involved in the electric power industry, renewable energy sources (RES) and semiconductor equipment. Geographically, the largest share is occupied by developed Western countries. (chart one to one as on the index) On the chart of brent oil: This period of the oil chart separately (daily plan, expansion model): Oil rose by +60% for the year, everything green fell by -39% Paradox when everyone is cold, – the alternative does not help. There are more paradoxes in the cart: https://t.me/Tactica_Adversa Chat: https://t.me/Tactica_Adversa_Chat

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