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View Diary: Would you invest in a dKos windfarm? [UPDATED] (217 comments)

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  •  And the timing is also excellent (none)
    Yes, I'd be willing to invest in such a venture, given proper vetting of the prospectus, of course. I'd invest $5000 or more into such a plan. In fact, I'm structuring my entire life right now to get into such ventures. I'm about 2/3rds through an MBA program right now with the SPECIFIC intent to switch careers into one where I could be promoting commercial level wind and PV development. I'm at the point where I need to decide how to apply my energies and this looks like just the vehicle to whet my appetite.
    •  Second this ... (none)
      the $5k upper limit might have been too low Jerome.  Could have tested the waters with something more aggressive.

      But, but for emotional / political reasons (direct investment in renewable energy production) and for fiscal reasons (long-term, relatively structured returns e.g. retirement funds or children's education) welcome the chance to do this.  

      This would expand on what I've already done -- already have bought solar (water heating) at home and a small investment in a solar electric manufacturer).

      Would WELCOME the chance to put some $s where my mouth (or keyboard) is ...

      •  may as well third this (none)
        Next year at this time I will be a full fledged RN; I will be making good money which I am already looking for how to spend wisely.

        Count me in for $5,000.00

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        Don't look for me, I've Gone to Croatoan

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