solar

It’s
becoming increasingly popular… and could pay you as much as
$17,300 in the next 12 months.

There’s
a profitable–and yes legal way to run your electric meters
backwards� and it’s making some people quite a bit of
additional income.

You
see, on August 21, 2006, the government passed a law known as the
“SB-1 Energy Dividend Act.”

And
it allows homeowners to run their meters backwards.

Larry
Hagman — the actor who played J.R. Ewing on the hit drama series
Dallas — learned how to run his electric meter backwards in 2005.
He installed the system on his 42-acre avocado farm� and
has seen his electric bill fall from $37,000 per year to just $13!

All
across America, homeowners and businesses alike are slashing their
energy costs by switching to this new power system and running
their meters backwards.

According
to the Wall Street Journal, the number of homes running their
meter backwards nearly tripled between 2002 and 2006� going
from 2,805 to 7,446. Industry officials say these installations
will exceed 11,000 this year.

And
that’s why I’m writing to you today.

There’s
a small company in California that installs these systems.

In
fact, you can pick up shares for just $9. But not for long.

That’s
because this little-known company is so unique, it’s the only
publicly traded company of its kind. There’s nothing else out
there like it available to investors like you and me.

What
makes it so unique? Well it’s the only publicly-traded solar panel
installation company.

There
are a lot of publicly-traded companies that make solar panels like
First Solar, SunPower and Suntech. But this tiny $9 company is the
only one that actually comes to your home and installs the panels.

On
September 24, this small solar panel installation company finally
listed its shares for trading on the NASDAQ senior exchange. penny stocks news

Prior
to that, it traded on the OTC bulletin board, where it didn’t get
a lot of attention from Wall Street or John Q. Investor.

In
the interest of full disclosure, I should tell you that I
recommended this stock in my trading service last year. I got my
traders into the stock for a measly $3 a share.

Today?

Well,
when the stock moved to the NASDAQ, it shot up to hit a record
high of $9!

My
traders are sitting on a gain of 200%.

And
now that this solar stock is trading on the widely-followed
NASDAQ, it has matured from a speculative trade to a long-term
investment.

Why?

Because
now that it’s on the NASDAQ, big institutional investors like Bear
Stearns and Goldman Sachs can buy this stock easily.

And
the buying has begun. On the first day the stock traded on the
NASDAQ, volume for this little puppy was over 1 million shares.
That’s massive, considering the stock’s average daily volume was
just 175,000!

On
the second day?

Another
million shares.

But
this is just the beginning, trust me.

And
for good reason. Solar is the new oil. It’s an energy source
that’s abundant, clean and it never runs out. The price of solar
energy has come down… and it’ll soon be competitive with oil,
gas and coal.

That’s
why big investment institutions are lining up to buy this stock
just like they did with First Solar and SunPower. These solar
companies have exploded to the upside as investors have rushed the
doors in an effort to participate in the hottest technology in
alternative energy. Here are the charts for these two stocks:(SPWR) & (FSLR)