By Nomi Prins, Editor, Inside Wall Street with Nomi Prins

Today, I’m coming to you from somewhere a little unusual…

I flew back home to California over the holidays. And I made a stop in the Los Padres National Forest.

It might seem like an odd place for boots-on-the-ground research.

But forests like this one in Southern California could be at the center of a big investment trend unfolding in the next 8-10 months.

I’ll tell you what this trend is in the video below. And as you’ll see, the government has its eyes on it.

I found this out from a very close contact of mine in D.C. He told me it could be one of five major investment areas starting this year.

But there’s also a lot more to that story…

See, I believe the government has already picked the biggest winners and losers for 2023. And I’m hosting a strategy session on Thursday, January 12 at 8 p.m. ET to pull back the curtain on what I know.

I’ll show you a little-known strategy that will give you a chance to profit from both winners and losers – at the same time. And I’ll even give you the name of one stock to buy… and one to avoid… for free.

So be sure to RSVP with one click right here. And mark down Thursday, January 12 on your calendar.

Then, simply click the image below to watch my latest video update. It’s just under six minutes long. And as always, I’ve also included a transcript below.

Let me know what you think at [email protected].



Nomi Prins
Editor, Inside Wall Street with Nomi Prins


Hi, everyone. Nomi here. And I’m coming to you from Los Padres National Forest in Southern California.

I’ll explain why shortly. But first, I hope that your new year is going really well. Last year was a volatile one for markets. And I do expect that to continue at the start of this year.

But I’m also confident there are many new opportunities ahead, too. It’s all about selection and timing.

And on that, I want to share with you some major news that I just got. It’s from a very close contact of mine who is a senior D.C. staffer.

I’ll explain how what he told me on a private call ties into your money for 2023 in a moment. Because, as I have said before, it’s the senior staffers on Capitol Hill that get the most done and that also know what’s really coming up ahead.

And that’s very key because Wall Street money follows Washington money.

And since we are, right now, between Stages 1 and 2 of the Fed pivot, we’re still going to be seeing volatility… We’ll see inflation… And, of course, we’re going to see more effects of The Great Distortion.

So these early signals of money flow in terms of how the government picks its winners and its losers are absolutely critical.

My contact told me about five key areas with bipartisan support in this new Congress for new funding legislation this year. And we could see money flowing into related stocks very soon.

They are, one: electricity. There will be, and I quote him:

…a significant pile of money unleashed to replace and to update electrical grid systems throughout the country, and in the materials needed to operate them. As well as to create new battery and storage systems and the corresponding technology.

Now, that is a huge deal for Democrats, who get to prioritize safety through these renewable sources. But also for Republicans from conservative communities. Because, for them, it can lower future energy costs for those communities.

Two: nuclear energy. The Armed Services Committee, in particular, is very, very focused on this.

As my contact told me, even anti-nuke Democrats – like Congressman Garamendi of California – are on board with nuclear energy initiatives. And also, so are right-of-center Republicans – like Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky, whom I have met with several times.

There are going to be Acts coming up in 2023 and in this new session of Congress to create initiatives for nuclear energy, and for related safety technology for mainstream settings.

And three: rare-earths materials.

Now, Democrats support these because of their sustainable or “New Energy” capabilities.

Plus, the Pentagon and the Defense Department are making large investments in expanding our domestic capacity for rare earths for all these weapon systems. That’s in order for the United States to be competitive with other nations, like China.

The 2023 National Defense Authorization Act has more incentives to boost rare earths production for all of these new weapon systems. And in that context, the Republicans support rare earths too.

Four: infrastructure.

Congress still hasn’t greenlit many items that are already funded by the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Act – if you can believe that, which I’m sure you can.

But that’s going to happen soon. We’re going to see bipartisan support to fund the restructuring of existing commuter corridors, highways, roads, and bridges early this year.

And finally, five: the bio-industrial industry.

There’s going to be new funding legislation coming for research and development in something called biomass. That’s a type of energy that’s created from forest debris, possibly from forests like this one.

Biomass was huge in the 1800s but is now only used for 5% of all of our energy. Based on what he told me, though, I would not be surprised if a bipartisan bill came to the floor by next month.

Also, he told me that the days of trillion-dollar-plus bills are over. But we are going to see more of these bipartisan standalone bills for water, for safety, infrastructure, and broad energy initiatives like the ones that I mentioned for the first eight to 10 months of 2023.

And then what’s going to happen is politicians will focus on the 2024 election. So there’s not much time to get in on this government winners and losers investment curve.

And one way to do that is to invest in the electric energy exchange-traded fund (ETF), GRID. [You can also find it under its full name, First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Smart Grid Infrastructure Index Fund.]

Happy investing, happy New Year, and I will talk to you soon.