Where the U.S. goes, the world follows.

And right now, the U.S. is growing like crazy.

You may not feel it… in fact, you may be hearing stories of decline, rampant inflation, and just general economic misery.

But there’s more to the story…

The Energy Revolution You Haven’t Heard Of

The country has launched one of the most ambitious green infrastructure initiatives in the world.

You’ll have heard about the billions of dollars in investment funds and tax breaks aimed at developing plentiful clean energy infrastructure at home.

That’s all good, but it’s not what I’m talking about.

There’s a “hidden” energy revolution taking place right now.

While the full extent of the multibillion-dollar clean energy investment will show in years and decades, there’s something going on in the energy space now that you should be aware of.

And it happens just as my 18.6-year real estate cycle would predict.

While mainstream media is obsessed with “doomcasting,” the U.S. has quietly become the world’s energy superpower.

From the Financial Times:

US crude oil and natural gas output is set to notch fresh records in 2024 and 2025, the government has forecast, despite mounting fears that the shale revolution that fuelled the nation’s energy boom has run its course. […]

The anticipated production levels underline the enduring impact of the shale revolution, which in the past 15 years has enabled the US to supply more oil and gas volumes than any country in history.

Yes, oil was the fuel of the 20th century. It will never be as critical to the global economy as it was back then.


Oil Will Power the Rest of the Current 18.6-Year Cycle

You can’t switch a whole economy from fossil fuels to carbon-neutral tech in a day or a year.

It needs to grow, and it needs energy.

So now the U.S. (and not Saudi Arabia, Russia, or Kuwait) has become the world’s energy leader.

This oil and gas will quite literally power the next several years’ worth of growth.

And did you notice from the quote above that the U.S. production of oil and gas will reach new records this year and in 2025?

I often write about how the “Eleventh Hour” stage of the cycle is all about breaking records.

Well, here’s another one for you.

And its meaning is completely lost on the people who don’t understand how economic history works.

But you do.



Phil Anderson

Editor, Cycles Trading with Phil Anderson

P.S. All last year, I pounded the table on the fact that 2023 would be an “up” year in the markets. And now, people have caught on.

The reason I could forecast that with certainty is because of the 18.6-year real estate cycle. You can, too. Check it out right here.

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