Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer talks turkey on real estate and money tightening, plus chicken wings. People are selling their homes finally because prices are back to 2007 levels. Are we at the point of a robust and liquid housing market?
By Christian DeHaemer
Updated July 17, 2018
Right now there are several companies dealing with public relations issues. One that comes to mind is Papa John's. Public relations disasters pulling down share prices can be great buying opportunities. Don't follow the crowd. Keep your mind on the long-term...
By Luke Burgess on July 16, 2018
What's the difference between speculating and investing? We often use these words interchangeably. But there are significant differences. And confusing the two can be a costly mistake. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess breaks down the differences...
By Luke Burgess on July 13, 2018
Jeff Siegel reveals a new algorithm that has identified five cannabis stocks that are ready to soar. It worked on Tesla's stock when people were shorting it, it worked on Aphria before Canada legalized cannabis, and it's going to work on these stocks ahead of a November event...
By Jeff Siegel on July 12, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers an alternative group of oil stocks that are capitalizing on an infrastructure crisis taking place in Texas. Billions will be poured into projects aimed at expanding current pipeline capacity over the next few years, providing you and me with the perfect opportunity...
By Keith Kohl on July 11, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer talks Aerosmith, the Russell 2000, the Fed-induced bubble, and what they all have to do with one-another. It seems as though the Fed is no longer in the bubble-inflating business but rather, the bubble-popping business...
By Christian DeHaemer on July 10, 2018
Cutting CAPEX helped oil and gas producers sustain revenue throughout the low oil price environment. But capital spending is now below levels required to offset depletion. As a result, the price of oil could be headed back to $150 per barrel...
By Luke Burgess on July 9, 2018
Written By Jeff Siegel
Posted July 17, 2018
Written By Matthew Brooks
Posted July 13, 2018
Written By Jeff Siegel
Posted July 5, 2018