Hardly anyone knows about the company Kent recommended last week.
Valued at less than $50 million, it’s just too small to fetch the widespread attention it deserves.
Its ”dual direction” technology, according to Kent, is ”the most intriguing way to generate electricity I have seen for some time.”
That’s why he recommended it.
With a promising future – and shares that trade for less than $2 apiece – this is a classic move for Micro Energy Trader, where Kent recommends the smallest companies on his trigger list.