Over the weekend, EnergyTechStocks published two articles based on an interview with me.
The first was about my conviction that Peak Oil induced rising gas prices is going to lead to a rush into mass transit building by cities, or investing in mode-shifting last September. I’ve since written about opportunities in rail transit stocks, (P.TO, TRN, PRPX, and WAB), and more recently Hedging your peak oil risk with your lifestyle. However, I have been frustrated until now that the only pure play bus stock I’ve been able to find is Firstgroup PLC (FGP.L, FGROF.PK), the British based owner of Greyhound and owner or operator of many other UK and North American transit services (both bus and rail.) Back in September, Firstgroup seemed very expensive after a prolonged run-up, but it is now looking more reasonably valued.
Two weeks ago, however, I found a pure-play North American Bus stock, which I will be writing about this weekend. I’m not ready to reveal the name, because I still have an account which has not yet bought the stock. This is the company I was not ready to reveal in the EnergyTechStocks interview.
The second part of the interview referred to my conviction that lean economic times will benefit Energy Efficiency over other forms of clean energy. I highlighted two of the stocks from the 10 Solid Clean Energy Companies to Buy in a Downturn series.
DISCLOSURE: Tom Konrad and/or his clients have long positions in TRN, PRPX, WAB.
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