ReubenGBrewer

Reuben Gregg Brewer

Reuben Gregg Brewer spent 15 years at world renowned Value Line, the publisher of The Value Line Investment Survey, before joining The Motley Fool Blog Community. He started at Value Line as a Mutual Funds analyst After graduating from Columbia University with a Master's degree in Social Work. That role required him to discuss investment tactics with professional asset managers and to analyze a vast array of investment tactics. Although he had been an avid investor since his late teens, being thrown into the fire with “pros” provided an investment education that no school could have provided. Reuben Gregg quickly rose to the management ranks, earning an MBA from Regis University along the way, and eventually ascended to the role of Executive Director of Research. This position left him with the managerial responsibility for all of Value Line's research and publishing efforts, including the company's newsletters in the equities, mutual funds, convertibles, and options spaces. Although his roles at Value Line didn't deter Reuben Gregg from his own research and investing efforts, it did impose material limits on his flexibility to invest and write. Unconstrained by those limits, he is now publishing his thoughts with The Motley Fool.

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Wed Jan 28

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:03 AM

Tesla's Gigafactory May Not Be a Game Changer After All

Tesla's Gigafactory is supposed to change the world of batteries, but there are other companies trying to do the same thing.

Tue Jan 27

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:50 AM

If Bill Gates is Right, Your Garbage is Pretty Valuable

Bill Gates is intent on turning human waste into useable products like power and drinking water. Do you need this theme in your portfolio?

Mon Jan 26

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:01 AM

Falling Oil Prices: Could Steel Companies Be the Next Victim?

Drilling for oil and natural gas requires pipes; so falling oil prices could be bad news for steel makers.

Fri Jan 23

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:08 AM

Falling Oil Prices: Frac Sand Suppliers Are Praying for a Rebound

The increase in U.S. energy drilling has been brought about by fracking, and frac sand suppliers are feeling the pinch of falling oil.

Wed Jan 21

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:06 AM

Wind Turbines: Is U.S. Offshore Wind Dead Before It Begins?

Offshore wind is big in some countries, but it still hasn't gotten off the ground in the U.S. -- and it may never at this rate.

Tue Jan 20

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:57 AM

This Company Worked With NASA to Launch 3D Tech, Lasers, and Robots To Avoid Another Billion-Dollar

After a massive explosion, Pacific Gas & Electric took matters into its own hands to avoid a repeat. The entire industry could benefit.

Mon Jan 19

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:09 AM

LNG Stock: Kinder Morgan is Double Dipping by Exporting LNG and Supply Gas to LNG Competitors

Kinder Morgan is a massive toll taker, and it's partnering up now to get its pound of flesh from LNG exports

Fri Jan 16

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:02 AM

Hydrogen Fuel Cells: The Next Big Midstream MLP Opportunity

Hydrogen as a fuel has long been talked about. If it takes off, energy storage specialists like limited partnerships could end up big winners

Thu Jan 15

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:04 AM

High-Yield Limited Partnerships, the Next Home for Renewable Energy Investments

With the pending IPO of Sol-Wind, clean energy looks ready to jump into the limited partnership space ... for better and worse.

Wed Jan 14

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:55 AM

You're Doing it Wrong! Your Rooftop Solar Panels Aren't Facing the Right Way

Opower's treasure trove of data suggests that your solar panels may have been installed the “wrong” way.

Tue Jan 13

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:59 AM

Solar is One of the Biggest Opportunities in the "History of the Markets"

SunPower's CEO sees a big future for solar, and that's partly because the industry is still so small.

Mon Jan 12

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:04 AM

The Future of Clean Energy Could Be Living Off the Grid

If clean energy is the future, then “cutting the cord” to your local power plant might be the next big step in the energy market.

Fri Jan 9

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:00 AM

3 High-Yield Stocks That Could Have the Solution to New England's Gas Problem

The Northeast has a huge unmet need. This trio is getting ready to serve it, and make money along the way.

Thu Jan 8

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:56 AM

Chinese Oil Companies Could Be Your Biggest Opportunity With Falling Oil Prices

Low prices make now a bad time to invest in oil, unless you want a bargain, which is why China and Mexico will likely partner in the Gulf.

Wed Jan 7

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 6:50 AM

Why the United States Is Moving Slowly on Renewable Energy, Explained in 2 Charts

Are you willing to pay twice as much for your power? Because that's what's happening in countries rushing into rewnewables.

Tue Jan 6

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:01 AM

$4.3 Billion, the Cost of Good Solar Market Research

This company is focusing on clean energy and it's paying billions for the biggest solar power lab experiment in the United States.

Mon Dec 22

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 12:34 PM

LED Christmas Lights Can Save You and Your Utility Big Time

Your utility will thank you for switching to LED Christmas lights. It will bring you some holiday cheer, too.

Fri Dec 19

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:10 AM

Falling Oil Prices Could Kill Environmentally-Friendly Jet Fuels

Falling oil prices will boost profits in the airline industry, but could hamper plans to switch to more environmentally-friendly options.

Thu Dec 18

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:06 AM

Offshore Wind U.K.: Siemens Better Watch Out for General Electric Company

GE is looking to get a bigger piece of the wind market, and its Alstom purchase should put Siemens on notice.

Wed Dec 17

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ReubenGBrewer published an article 7:04 AM

Tesla Motors Inc Isn't the Only One Looking to Power the Electric Vehicle Future

Tesla built out a cost-to-cost quick charge network to promote its cars, now other big power players want into the charging market.

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