by Addison Wiggin, Daily Reckoning.com:
It was the night the lights went out in Silicon Valley — almost.
The events read like something from an action novel — definitely.
And the story matters to you if you enjoy the convenience of household electricity… or if you’re looking for a lucrative and cutting-edge investing opportunity.
In the early hours of April 16, 2013, saboteurs cut telephone cables about a half-mile from an electrical substation in San Jose, Calif. A half-hour later, they opened fire on the substation — likely with AK-47s — and during a 20-minute span, they knocked out 17 giant transformers.
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