Climate Capitalism

Energy Portfolios, 4 Years, 4 Months: Sustainable Energy Up 126.7% == 29.23% on an Annualized Basis. Fossil Fuel DOWN 26.9% == 6.21% Annualized. S&P 500 Up 64.27% == 14.63% Annualized. On Dec. 21, 2012, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $8.0 in the Sustainable Energy space […]

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On Dec. 21, 2012, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $8.0 in the Sustainable Energy space and $8.0 in the fossil fuel space. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space, As […]

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As of the close of trading on February 21, 2016: The hypothetical value of the Fossil Fuel portfolio is down 33.99% overall, from $8.0 Million to $5.28 Million. This is a collapse of -8.16% on an annualized basis. The aggregate Market Captalization of the companies in the Fossil Fuel portfolio, as of the close of […]

As of the close of trading on December 21, 2016: The Fossil Fuel portfolio is up to a point where it is only down 18% overall, from $8.0 Million to $6.56 Million. This is a collapse of -4.5% on an annualized basis. The Sustainable Energy portfolio is up 86.75% overall and 21.69% on an annualized […]

As of the close of trading on November 21, 2016: The Fossil Fuel portfolio is down 26% overall, down 6.8% on an annualized basis, from $8.0 Million to $6.4 Million, but is up 10% from $5.9 Million on Oct. 21, 2016. This is a collapse of -5% on an annualized basis. The Sustainable Energy portfolio […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I imagined $16 Million dollars in equal investments in 16 real energy companies; eight Sustainable Energy companies and eight Fossil Fuel companies. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space, As of the close of trading on […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I imagined $16 Million dollars in equal investments in 16 real energy companies; eight Sustainable Energy companies and eight fossil fuel companies. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space. As of the close of trading on […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I imagined $16 Million dollars in equal investments in 16 real energy companies; eight Sustainable Energy companies and eight fossil fuel companies. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space and a coal company, at the close of […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I imagined $16 Million dollars in equal investments in 16 real energy companies; eight Sustainable Energy companies and eight fossil fuel companies. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space. As of the close of trading on […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I imagined $16 Million dollars in equal investments in 16 real energy companies; $1.0 M in each company in each of eight companies in the Sustainable Energy space and $1.0 M each of eight companies in the fossil fuel space. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $8.0 in the Sustainable Energy space and $8.0 in the fossil fuel space. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space, and […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, drying off from Sandy, after the lights came back on, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $1.0 Million in each of eight companies in the Sustainable Energy space and another $1.0 in each of eight companies in the fossil fuel space. Excluding […]

On Dec. 21, 2012, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $8.0 in the Sustainable Energy space and $8.0 in the fossil fuel space. Excluding the value of dividends and transaction costs, but including the bankruptcy or crash of three companies in the sustainable energy space …

Wall St. 1/21/16. On Dec. 21, 2012, I put $16 Million imaginary dollars in equal imaginary investments in 16 real energy companies; $8.0 in the Sustainable Energy space and $8.0 in the fossil fuel space. Today it is worth an imaginary $23.48 Million because while the Fossil Fuel portfolio dropped 42.8% of it’s total value, […]

As of the close of trading Friday, Sept. 20, 2013, the trend, clearly evident by February 9, 2012 continues. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up 14.66% from 12/21/12. The S&P 500 is up 16.36%. The Fossil Fuel Portfolio, significantly underperforming the reference indices, is up 5.95%. The Popular Logistics Sustainable Energy portfolio is up […]