SOURCE: Green Chip Review

January 23, 2007 14:37 ET

Bush Wants Moonshine: Analyst

BALTIMORE, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 23, 2007 -- At 9 p.m. EST, millions will gather to watch the President's 2007 State of the Union Address. Surrounded by Democrats and sporting an approval rating that rivals Nixon at his nadir, you can be sure the President will be the most uncomfortable man in the room.

But it's what you'll hear tonight that will catch everyone off guard.

According to Renewable Energy Analyst Jeff Siegel of, tonight's speech will go down in history as "the biggest endorsement the renewables industry, specifically ethanol, has ever experienced."

Siegel explains that, among the main items in tonight's address, President Bush will call for a massive increase in ethanol production through government mandates and initiatives.

He goes on to explain how there's no better evidence of the world's dwindling fossil fuel supplies than to hear George W. Bush, former oil man, tell our nation that we need to find other sources of energy.

The announcement tonight, Siegel believes, is going to be the match that sets the ethanol industry alight.

Late last year we saw dozens of tiny ethanol companies lose steam. But after tonight's speech, Siegel warns, there's going to be a lot more support for ethanol stocks as the Republicans and the Democrats compete to be the first to pass a new energy law. However, Siegel says, "you have to know what ethanol stocks to buy, and which to avoid."

In his latest report he explains how it's more than just making some moonshine in your back yard. "It's as much a transportation technology business as it is a manufacturing one."

Siegel's advice in the renewables industry has already steered thousands to some of the renewables industry's most explosive companies. And tonight's speech is going to set a few select companies on fire the following morning.

Jeff Siegel is the managing editor of "Green Chip Stocks," an investment advisory service that focuses on stocks in the renewable energies markets. Green Chip Stocks is published by Angel Publishing.

This report was filed by James McAndrews, a frequent contributor to the e-letter Green Chip Review. Readers may receive a free copy of Green Chip Review and Siegel's most recent research report, "Renewable Profits: The Next Generation" here:

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