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Jeff Siegel’s “Solar Window” Technology Stock

November 26, 2020 by Theodor

In one of his latest marketing pitches, Angel Publishing's Jeff Siegel talks about a breakthrough technology and a small company that has been implementing it that can help you reap 850% profits. He starts by saying that the tech “just crushed every barrier the industry faces to become a true energy leader… and potentially put electric companies out of business.” If it sounds too good to be true, remember it usually is, but let's at least hear the man out. He starts off his “solar window stock” presentation by saying that most big companies have already poured billions into this technology, and this includes Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, together with the CEO's of Amazon, Google, Walmart, Target, IKEA, Facebook, and even Apple, which have all invested $3 billion into this new tech.

Between the overly-ecstatic vocabulary and the urgency of investing in this breakthrough technology, Siegel rushes readers to subscribe to one of his newsletter investment programs, Green Chip Stocks, for $99 per year or $179 for a two-year subscription. Together with the monthly newsletters, you will receive one special report that contains the name and the ticker symbol of the stock Siegel teases here. You will also get three additional bonus reports, private deals, weekly updates, research tips, as well as direct support. For those who don’t want to pay up for the newsletter, here is everything we were able to find out for you, for free.

Jeff Siegel is one of many Angel Publishing authors, whose teasers we have covered here in the past, see: Jeff Siegel's Anti-Aging Stock. Siegel is an American financial writer, publisher, and the author of a bestseller, Investing in Renewable Energy: Making Money on Green Chip Stocks

He graduated from York College of Pennsylvania and is an advocate for the legalization of cannabis, as well as a self-proclaimed libertarian. He spent most of his working years researching alternative energy sources, transportation markets, and sustainable agriculture. Jeff is also the author of many articles published on Energy & Capital and has helped “thousands” of small investors.


The Renewable Energy Opportunity 

The author starts his pitch by saying that “this technology has nothing to do with batteries or 5G or the Internet of things”. According to him, “it can power the 90-million plus buildings and homes in America alone… more cheaply than any fossil fuel in the world can today.” Apart from mentioning that this breakthrough technology has already caught the attention of the world’s biggest private investors, including Warren Buffett…whose name has come up in a surprising amount of recent newsletter teasers: Buffett's #1 Private Investment. Siegel claims that the tech is expected to reduce electrical bill costs by anywhere from 75%-90%, which would be a boon for businesses and consumers alike.

The opportunity he says lies in investing in the $4 stock of a company that allegedly has developed some sort of new spray-on solar harvesting technology that can turn any regular window into an energy generator. By now, most of us have heard of the long-term potential of cleaner, cheaper, renewable energy sources, such as solar. Some countries, like Germany and Iceland have even announced deadlines for transitioning to 100% renewable energy. But the one question that has always persisted is: how cheaply can such renewable energy be produced? This question also has large implications for the opportunity being teased.

The underlying composite which makes this Jetsons-like, spray-on technology possible is a calcium titanium oxide material called Perovskites. The material was first discovered in 1839. But it was only in 2009, that a research team in Japan announced the first-ever application of Perovskite for producing solar cells.


The Spray-On Solar Company Being Teased

  • Siegel mentions from the beginning that this revolutionary solar technology is a microcap – “it’s a $184 million company that’s about to go from virtual obscurity to household name.”
  • According to him, the breakthrough technology is protected with over 90 patents, and “it can turn any skyscraper, house, hospital, and school in the world into its own power plant” – capable of generating its own endless clean electricity, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! All without needing to change or add a single panel to the existing building.
  • The author gets even more excited about the potential opportunity and goes as far as describing the product as a certain type of spray-on solar cell that is several times cheaper than solar panels and can be applied at room temperature to any window instantly.
  • And, if this wasn’t enough, the CEO of the company promises that “these cells are 1,000% more powerful when it comes to extracting energy from artificial light sources”, making it seem like they have just discovered the Holy Grail of Perpetual energy at close to zero costs.
  • What Siegel excitingly claims to be “a see-through liquid coating that can turn any existing window into an electricity generator” is a stretch to say the least. As, unfortunately no company has discovered a liquid formula that can be easily sprayed on a regular window turning it into a solar energy harvester. 

Of course, this doesn’t stop Siegel from rushing his subscribers to invest in his stock by saying: “I must warn you: If you’re looking to score a profit of that magnitude, you don’t have much time to wait around…” But, what the author actually teases is a resurrection of a company that he teased a decade ago, using almost the same words and the same hype to rush people into spending their hard earned money on a microcap with a renewable energy technology that is still under development.

Based on the details that he provides, as well as the uncanny similarity with a former newsletter pitch he made nearly ten years ago, we were able to identify the company he teases as SolarWindow (OTC: WNDW). The company was founded back in 1998 and, despite it owning over 90 patents on this solar window discovery, it is far from turning into a profitable business, at least not over the short-term.


Is It a Good Opportunity?

To put it bluntly, we don’t think so, at least not for a couple more years and calling it “Elon Musk's Big Bombshell” is deceptive. As apart from being the same company Siegel periodically teases, SolarWindow hasn’t skyrocket as predicted since it went public. Granted, the stock increased from $0.45 a share to $4.60 but now seems to be stuck in that range. 

Another important thing we would like to mention is that the technology behind the company is much more simple than Siegel suggests. There is no miraculous cell solution you can spray on an existing window to make it harvest the solar energy. What SolarWindow has developed is a series of thinner solar panels that are close to being transparent. Put together by wires in the form of ornamental grilles, they somewhat resemble a real window. 

However, the technology can’t seem to be produced on a large scale yet and it is still very expensive to implement. Even though many skyscrapers' are mainly made of glass and would represent the perfect candidates for this eco solution, replacing all the windows on a 60 plus story building isn't yet practical.  Moreover, the company has been developing this technology for over 15 years and even though it has had some significant financial backing to continue its research, there is still a long way to go until it will available at anywhere close to mass scale.

To sum up, SolarWindow isn’t necessarily a bad long-term investment but you shouldn’t expect profits for another few years at the very least. For short-term speculators, other stocks are likely to produce much more profitable results over the near-term.


Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • Jeff Siegel pitches one of his investment newsletters, Green Chip Stocks, for $99 per year. Included in the subscription, you will receive three bonus reports and other perks, as well as a special report that reveals the name and ticker symbol of a company he considers revolutionary with the potential of becoming one of the biggest publicly traded names in a few years.
  • For those of you who don’t want to pay for the subscription, we identified the company he talks about for free as SolarWindow (OTC: WNDW), based on the clues provided throughout the presentation.
  • Unfortunately, we are not talking about a new and revolutionary company, as Jeff has been periodically teasing it for the past decade. 
  • We don’t necessarily think it is a bad investment but you shouldn’t expect anything explosive to necessarily materialize over the very short-term, as this technology is still under development and it will be a while before it becomes available on a large scale.
  • At this moment, replacing all the windows of a home or a hospital with almost-transparent solar panels that mimic the look of a real window just isn't feasible at a sustainable cost.

What do you think about renewable energy? Is it the future or are we always going to need some form of non-renewable energy sources? Let us know your opinion in the comment section below.


Theodor is an old school value guy, when he's not looking for great companies and great prices you can find him on the basketball court hooping.

  • From 45 cents to 4.50 is a great return. your perspective for future prospects are probably correct BUT we have a group of moronic newly elected people who greatly support GREEN NEW DEAL.

  • Good morning, Theodor. I appreciate your expose' articles and have also taken you up on your recommendation on Insider Weekly. I've been away from investing for many years but lately have a renewed interest, so I am seeking a reputable source to follow, and Chris McIntosh seems to be such a source. However I have been receiving tons of offers from Jeff Bishop's "Raging Bull" network, to the point that I am becoming suspicious. Quite possibly I am asking too much of you for you to give me your assessment of Mr Bishop's services, yet nevertheless, I am asking. Thanking you in advance for any light you can shed on the veracity of "Raging Bull".
    Best Regards,
    Carl Hodges


  • Thank you very much for this insight! I'm a fairly new investor and have already grown tired of all these get-rich-quick newsletter types. On a positive note, even though they are obvious self-promoters one can gleam a morsel of useful information from reading their pitches. Just can't follow the pied piper beyond that point.

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