4 p.m. EST on March 8 is the deadline. Wait until 4:01 p.m EST and the deadline will have passed.
Your opportunity to claim the next liberty check – a $1,207 liberty check – will have passed.
The source of this upcoming liberty check is an improbable one. A coal company will pay this liberty check.
But the coal industry is a dying industry.
Apparently not, if we vet this coal company and its cash-distribution policy.
This coal company has already returned over a billion dollars to investors through share repurchases and dividends over the past 18 months.
Unless they are acting recklessly, dying companies don’t regularly return cash to shareholders. They don’t buy back a billion dollars’ worth of stock.
They don’t declare high-yield liberty checks.
This coal company is hardly acting recklessly. Contrary to popular perception, the coal industry is alive. It’s thriving for the strongest coal companies.
Yes, it’s true enough that coal demand in the West is contracting. The downtrend in coal consumption is the result of reduced coal use in the electric-power sector. Utilities are switching to other energy sources, natural gas being the go-to source.
That said, coal is still heavily demanded by U.S. electric utilities.
Coal-fired utilities produce 28% of U.S. electricity. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects coal-fired electricity production to hold near this percentage into the distant future. It should hold through 2040.
While the West may wither, the East blooms.
Chinese imports of thermal coal rose to 16 million tonnes last year. India imports rose to 25 million tonnes to fill the gap in domestic production. ASEAN imports were up 23%, driven by ongoing urbanization. (Vietnam coal imports rose 55%.)
Approximately 80% of the liberty-check-paying coal company’s investments were directed toward the growing seaborne market. The investment reflects the company’s evolution toward higher-demand, higher-margin markets.
Liberty checks can be a powerful signaling mechanism. They can signal management’s positive outlook. This coal company’s management expects business this year to be as good, if not better, than last year.
The coal company’s liberty check is worth collecting because its liberty vouchers are worth owning.
The liberty vouchers hold the key. They enable their owners to collect the liberty checks.
Buy the coal company’s liberty vouchers and claim your share of the liberty checks.
Many investors offers have already bought this coal company’s liberty vouchers. Many will be paid liberty checks of $1,207. Many will be paid more.
And they’re not done.
Those who have bought their liberty vouchers to claim their liberty checks have opened the opportunity to claim additional income trading their liberty vouchers.
Buy your liberty voucher, collect your high-yield liberty check . . . and sell your liberty vouchers for additional profit.
The strategy to claim liberty checks and trade liberty vouchers is simple. It’s easy. Best of all, it’s proven.
We have shown investors how to claim 52 high-yield liberty checks since June 2016.
These liberty checks have generated an average income yield 6X the dividend yield on the S&P 500.
We have even claimed liberty checks that generated income yields 20X the dividend yield on the S&P 500.
You’ll have the opportunity to claim the next high-yield liberty check when it’s declared.
New liberty-check opportunities arise every 20 days on average.
Get your name on our list to collect your first liberty check. A $1,207 liberty check (or larger) is for the immediate taking.
But don’t delay. The deadline is only 48 hours away. Space on our list is limited.