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Canadian Cannabis Cash Coming to the U.S.

Canadian cannabis behemoths are moving into the U.S. market. And they're making the solid Canadian cannabis market look like an accounting error in comparison. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel tells readers the best way to capitalize on the growth to come.

By Jeff Siegel on January 17, 2019

3 Ways to Strike Texas Oil Profits... Without Exxon

Between 2008 and 2018, oil extraction in the Permian Basin more than tripled. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl peels back the mystery of the Permian Basin and shows investors three ways to profit from Texas tea without having to rely on Big Oil...

By Keith Kohl on January 16, 2019

Raise Cash and Buy Gold

The most common investment advice you get is to dollar-cost average for the long term and, whatever you do, don’t try to time the market. This is good advice for your average investor. But if you are selling when shares are expensive and buying when they're cheap, is that market timing or just good investing?

By Christian DeHaemer on January 15, 2019

Time to Speculate on Gold

The tides have turned, dear investor. The great wave of optimism that drove global markets over the past few years has all but receded. Now, pessimism and fear has begun to flow in. And that changes everything, particularly for safe haven assets like gold.

By Luke Burgess on January 14, 2019

Pot Stocks and the STATES Act

Getting exposure to U.S. pot stocks has never been more urgent, as Congress is about to open up a floodgate of capital. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel explains why bipartisan politics presents opportunity and how to get positioned for these winners.

By Jeff Siegel on January 10, 2019

American Energy Dominance Starts Right Here

Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why the biggest oil boom in American history may slow to a crawl unless one critical hurdle is overcome. It’s one of the rare times you’ll see Republicans and Democrats locking their arms together to address a potential crisis...

By Keith Kohl on January 9, 2019

Analysis and Opinion

Pot Stocks Continue to Get Murdered

Written By Jeff Siegel
Posted December 13, 2018

Trump to Unveil Support for Socialist Energy Policy on Tuesday

Written By Jeff Siegel
Posted October 8, 2018

Border Patrol Threats Were NOT Responsible for Last Week’s Pot Stock Sell-Off

Written By Jeff Siegel
Posted September 16, 2018

Resources and Reports

Investor's Guide to the Booming Marijuana Industry

As medical and recreational use is legalized in the states, the revenue from marijuana will only grow. It's already legal in 25 states to use these new and improved medicines, and more approvals are on the way...

Oil Investing 101

Let’s face facts: no matter what happens in transportation or energy in the next decade, the world is not going to give up on oil. It's used for far too much. From plastics to chemicals, jet fuel to lubricants, there’s nothing that can do the job better, and thus nothing that can replace our petroleum products. Here are the various ways you can invest...

Cloud Computing, AI, and Augmented Reality (And the Four Huge Companies Behind Them)

Technology has changed our world completely, but it is about to enter a hyper-speed acceleration into the future. Between cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and Augmented Reality (AR), investors stand to make handsome gains by getting in on the ground floor...

Brent vs. WTI Crude Oil - What is the Difference?

Not all oil was created equal. There are actually a variety of factors that we use to differentiate between them, such as the API gravity (the measurement of an oil’s density relative to water). Inside we explain the differences between WTI crude vs. Brent crude...

Peak Oil Clock

Peak oil is not a myth, it is a legitimate problem. Peak oil is a real threat to a huge segment of the energy industry. Oil is not a renewable resource. Once it's gone, it'll be gone for good...
Hydrogen Fuel Cells: The Downfall of Tesla?

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