Tobin Smith, Editor of ChangeWave Investing, Releases New Energy Investing Report

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Tobin Smith, Founder and Chairman of ChangeWave Research, today announced the release of his new energy investing report that reveals his top energy stock recommendations this summer.

Be an Energy Stock Millionaire.

Tobin Smith, Founder and Chairman of ChangeWave Research, today announced the release of his new energy investing report that reveals his top energy stock recommendations this summer.

Smith is the Editor of ChangeWave Investing and ChangeWave MicroCap -- the investing services that turn transformational change into life-changing wealth for investors. Also, Smith currently co-stars on FOX News Channels’ "Bulls & Bears," cable television's #1-rated investment program, as a contributing market analyst. Plus, he has also appeared on CNBC, CNN, Bloomberg TV, CBS Radio and other leading media outlets.

At ChangeWave Investing, Smith’s focus is on stock selection that takes advantage of what he calls transformational change. To identify these transformational changes, Smith works closely with the ChangeWave Alliance -- a group of over 8,000 highly qualified business professionals in 26 countries. They are embedded in key management, sales and research roles in the world's fastest-growing industries, delivering a constant stream of timely, authoritative intelligence -- to spot these megatrends & upcoming ChangeWaves.

By maintaining a continuous feedback loop with the Alliance, Smith learns what’s happening in industries and companies months, often many months, before news hits the mainstream press. The Alliance alerted ChangeWave Investing subscribers early to the big move in conventional energy, leading to profits like these:

53% in Knightsbridge Tankers; 99% in Suncor Energy; 63% in Williams Coal Seam; 62% in Parallel Petroleum; 64% in PetroQuest Energy; 52% in ATP Oil & Gas; 158% in Matrix Services; 64% in Sasol; 84% in Meridian Resources; among others.

In Smith’s new ChangeWave Investing free energy report, he details:

*** Why Wall Street doesn’t have a clue about where the energy sector is headed next. They are MISSING a new, fundamental truth that has totally changed the dynamics of the industry.

*** 5 reasons why the price/supply/demand equation for traditional energy – oil, natural gas and coal -- has changed forever.

*** Are we running out of oil? The news is probably worse than most people think.

*** The hot energy sectors of today with analysis of 5 leading stocks, including:

#1 - Brigham Exploration (NASDAQ: BEXP): engages in the exploration and development of onshore domestic oil and natural gas properties using 3-D seismic imaging and other technologies. The company’s exploration and production activities are focused primarily in the onshore Texas Gulf Coast, the Anadarko Basin of northwest Oklahoma and the Texas Panhandle, and west Texas.

#2 - UTS Energy (NASDAQ: UTS.TO): is focused on delivering shareholder value from the sustainable development of its existing oil sands assets, principally the Fort Hills Project.

#3 – Evergreen Solar (NASDAQ: ESLR): engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of solar power products in the United States and internationally.

Learn all about Tobin Smith’s recommendations, plus much more, online now in Toby’s new free energy report “Be an Energy Stock Millionaire.” Individual investors may follow this link now and download a free copy of this report: http://investorplace.com/order/?pc=6QY436

About ChangeWave:

ChangeWave Research, a subsidiary of Phillips Investment Resources, identifies and quantifies changes in industries and companies through surveys of a network of over 8,000 of business executives and professionals working in more than 20 industries. This proprietary research and business intelligence gathering system provides real world, real-time data and insight into the future performance of products, companies and industries—well ahead of other available sources.

Contact:

Chris Marett

301-279-4201

Pubinfo(at)Phillips.com

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