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Nick Hodge

Founder and President of The Outsider Club, and Investment Director of Early Advantage, Nick Hodge has been in the investment publishing business since graduating Loyola University in 2006. Known for a “call it like you see it” approach to money and policy, his insights have led to numerous appearances on television and in various outlets on the Web, including the Business News Network and Yahoo!'s Daily Ticker. Co-author of two best-selling books on energy investing, Nick has led tens of thousands of investors to ten triple-digit wins and over 220 double-digit wins in the sector. He's also passionate about public policy, population, agriculture, water, and raw materials, and has developed an intuitive approach to using global change for financial gain. He shares his views and strategies across the country, speaking at the New Orleans Investment Conference, the Cambridge House series of conferences, and the Money Show. And Nick's expertise ranges far beyond stocks… In Early Advantage, Nick shows readers how to make money as well as protect and spend it, offering his musings on productivity, taxes, food, the outdoors, and other strategies he uses to get ahead in his own life. When he's not writing, investing, or flying around the world to meet with company executives, Nick can usually be found in a boat on the Eastern Seaboard or on a Maryland farm pursuing the outdoor activities he grew up with and continues to love. You can see his recent media appearances here. @nickchodge on Twitter Nick's Publications: (Wiley), 2007 , The Futurist (Magazine), 2009 , Renewable Energy Focus (Magazine), 2009 "Utility Companies: Adapt, Survive, Thrive" SFO Magazine, 2009 (Wiley), 2013
Yingli Green Energy (YGE)  reported third quarter earnings in the last week of November, and I can only describe them as “mixed”. Revenues were $551 million, below consensus
Word last week was that Burkina Faso was on the brink of a coup after protests broke out. Shares of companies operating in the African nation, including Roxgold ($TSX-V: ROG)($OTC: ROGFF), got an