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WhisperFromWallStreet TGMP Alert

August 23, 2010 by   Filed under Todays Watchlist

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Hello All,

Our last alert is off to a great start up 34% last week.

Let’s keep the profits rolling with our next alert.

Last year, the worlds most well known investor, Warren Buffett,
made a HUGE bet on this industry. If it is good enough for Warren It
is good enough for us.

Here is the headline

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s $44 billion
deal to buy Burlington Northern Santa Fe Corp. is basically a huge
bet on coal, a fuel that powers Warren Buffett’s power plants at
his MidAmerican Energy utility and plays a major role in the
railroad business.

Since we are not Warren Buffett and do not have $44 Billion to
invest I found another way you could take advantage of the coal
boom.

Let’s get to it.

My new alert is American Power Corp. The symbol is TGMP and
the stock closed Friday at 99 cents.

Please begin your research here www.americanpowerco.com and here
http://whisperfromwallstreet.com/quotes-and-research/

Here are a few facts to get you started.

TGMP is an energy company established to acquire near-term,
large-scale advanced coal projects in close proximity to national
transportation routes.

TGMP is developing its large coal resources.

Here are some facts on coal:

– Since 1970, the use of coal to generate electricity in the U.S.
has nearly tripled in response to growing electricity demand.

– Coal accounts for almost half of the electricity use in the U.S.

– Coal costs less than any other major fossil fuel source.

– Using coal to generate electricity is less than a 1/3 of the cost
of other fuels.

– Thanks to $90 billion invested in new technologies, the
environmental footprint of coal-based electricity has been
significantly reduced.

TGMP holds approximately 29,000 acres in Judith Basin County,
Montana.

TGMP has estimated resources of up to 410+ million tons of high
bituminous coal, according to ExxonMoble Corp., who did the study
on their property.

TGMP has a potential value of over $25 BILLION!!!! (With average
prices for 12,500 BTU coal being roughly $65 dollars per ton)

Why you may like TGMP as a trade.

TGMP just started trading a couple months ago. This means most
investors have never heard of it.

TGMP has been stable in the .95-$1.00 area.

TGMP had it’s highest trading volume day Friday meaning people are
starting to find out about it.

TGMP looks like a great opportunity to catch early, before its run
begins.

Get ready to book your profits with TGMP.

As always do your own research, always use stop loss orders, and
book your profits when in a position to do so.

Good Trading,

Mark

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