GEVO Stock: This Isn't Even the Tip of the Iceburg - CNA Finance
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GEVO stock is screaming for the top in the market yet again this morning, but these gains aren't even the tip of the iceburg.
Gevo Inc (NASDAQ: GEVO) is having a strong start to the trading session in the premarket hours this morning, following up on the strong gains seen out of the stock yesterday. While there's been no news out of the company, whether by SEC filing or press release, there really doesn't need to be to generate excitement at the moment.

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Here's Why Investors Are Excited About GEVO

Whether or not Gevo released news is null at the moment. The fact of the matter is that investors are excited about clean energy. You see, not only will democrat candidate Joe Biden be the next President of the United States, he will be joined in Washington D.C. by a democrat-majority congress and a democrat-majority senate.

Regardless of what side of the aisle you stand on, it's important to understand what that means for the market, for energy, and for the economy. Those three topics could fill a book, so today, we'll focus on energy and what it means for GEVO stock.

Over the past several years, Joe Biden and his colleagues have been outspoken about their views toward environmental change and the idea that the human population is to blame. They've pointed to the burning of fossil fuels as the catalyst that's driving global warming and have been clear about their views that something has to change in order to solve the problem.

What does that have to do with GEVO? EVERYTHING!

For those of you who haven't been following the stock, Gevo's claim to fame is its technology that allows it to turn waste feedstocks into usable, renewable, clean-burning fuel. That's key considering the incoming Presidential Administration, Congress, and Senate.

The democrats are looking to combat environmental change due to the burning of fossil fuels. Keep in mind that nearly 30% of all greenhouse gasses released into the world are the result of transportation emissions. Airplanes, cars, trucks, busses, boats, any mode of transportation that uses…
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