Scientists are confident that they’ve taken a huge step toward perfecting an amazing new technology. When finally completed, it will create more power than it uses and may even drive down the price of electricity to a tiny fraction of its current cost.  Moreover, it will generate tremendous amounts of power without releasing carbon or other gases that are harmful to the environment.

October 29, 1929, was so traumatic, so painful, that nearly a century later it still rattles investors.  Years of unprecedented prosperity, fun, exuberance, and a feeling of invincibility ended abruptly that day. What followed was the unthinkable: fortunes were lost, careers destroyed, families evicted, and hunger became widespread.  The people who experienced these horrors certainly wondered if their suffering would ever end, and for years it seemed that it would not. 

You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to discover that electric vehicles (EVs) are popping up all over the place.  If this trend continues, new billion-dollar industries will spring up, long-established industries could fail, and ordinary life could become very different.