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Buy First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund (QCLN) at market and use a $17.50 hard stop to protect your investment and your profits.
Another Chinese virus scare is the latest “angst du jour” pummeling the energy sector. And as pundits try to explain why the outbreak will have a major impact on energy demand worldwide, here is one move you should make.
This is the first selection in our increasing interest in ESG (environmental, social, governance) stock plays. This is an investment approach based upon emphasizing sustainability via environmentally positive, socially conscious, and transparent corporate practices and projects.
What had been a fringe emphasis is quickly taking over wide areas of global energy investment, including among the heavy hitters I advise privately. The key to broadening interest is the improving bottom line in ESG investment opportunities.
I will have more to say about how this is changing broad areas of energy investing in the upcoming February edition of Energy Advantage.
As I have mentioned in the past, I run figures on well over 600 stocks every day, divided into 18 indices. The newest has 15 ESG entries. All of them have now produced returns in excess of 20 percent. Most of the rising performance has been experienced over the past three weeks.
Today, we are making the initial Energy Advantage foray into this investment class.
The First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index Fund (QCLN) tracks an index of the same name comprised of NASDAQ-listed companies in ESG renewable energies. Each company in the index must have more than 50 percent of its revenues coming from ESG energy sources.
QCLN has had a rather subdued daily trading volume until the past two weeks, when daily volume has spiked each session several hundred percent over three-month daily volume averages.
The stock has risen more than 10 percent over the past seven trading sessions. As I will note in the upcoming February Energy Advantage, sustainability in general and ESG in particular have received some important support among important participants in the global energy and policy sectors. This is beginning to allow ESG and related approaches to weather some of the more significant bouts with volatility coming from a range of geopolitical factors.
The days of ESG being characterized as an opposition to traditional hydrocarbons or big trans-border corporations is ending. This is now a venue for making money, and broadly focused exchange traded funds (ETFs) reflecting a rage of underlying stocks is the best way to move into ESG investment.
P.S.: Over the last several years, the cost of solar energy has decreased by about 99%.
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