Posted April 13, 2021
Luke Burgess believes “money is whatever you can pay your taxes with.” Market analyst Christian DeHaemer agrees with this sentiment and takes it a step further, asserting that money is the right of power, and all power ultimately derives from the military.
Posted April 9, 2021
Nearly a month has passed since market analyst Sean McCloskey last talked with you about IPOs. But with Coinbase and Robinhood both gearing up for their market debuts, he needs to reveal an undisclosed truth about IPO investing...
Posted April 8, 2021
Jeff Siegel doesn’t know anyone but his colleague Brit Ryle who’s been able to beat Warren Buffett to the punch. You don’t even have to know how Brit’s trading algorithms work to make a lot of money off them in a very short amount of time like Jeff has. Read on for details...
Posted April 7, 2021
It is possible to make money from Elon Musk without owning a single share of Tesla stock. Market analyst Keith Kohl gives investors three ways to do just that...
Posted April 5, 2021
The disparity between wage growth and the cost of living, as a factor of inflation, is enormously underreported. Market analyst Sean McCloskey breaks down the incongruity...
Posted April 2, 2021
Markets are finally seeing the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel... and what do the financial gods hand us? The potential for another financial crisis, that’s what. Today Sean McCloskey reveals how to turn the tables on investors hell-bent on tipping the markets like Bill Hwang and Roaring Kitty did.
Posted April 1, 2021
If you’re looking for more bang for your buck in terms of post-COVID opportunities, look no further than any industry that’s going to be bolstered by the billions of dollars that are about to get funneled into new energy and infrastructure projects.
Posted March 31, 2021
Don’t pay attention to oil prices. Pay attention to balance. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl looks at the other side of the supply-and-demand equation inside the global oil market...
Posted March 30, 2021
A contrarian investor is one who buys when everyone is selling and sells when the masses are buying. In other words, a good contrarian buys fear and sells greed. It works for one very simple reason: Once all the buyers have bought, there is no one left but sellers. The asset has to go down and vice-versa.
Posted March 29, 2021
U.S. markets are back in the red across the board to kick off this week’s trading. With conditions like this, it's more important than ever to have an expert in your corner. Today, Sean McCloskey explains why and shows you how to access three of his colleagues' most explosive gainers on the market.
Posted March 26, 2021
Had enough of the market whiplash yet? Swaths of investors are getting shaken out of the market this week, but there's a better way to profit off volatility other than running for the hills.
Posted March 25, 2021
Not to sound crass, but to deny that investors can make a lot of money by investing in new cures for serious mental health conditions would be foolish. And that’s why Jeff Siegel is going all in on this market.You should too.
Posted March 24, 2021
About a year ago, WTI crude oil was trading well under $40, but before you know it, barrels of oil could be trading closer to $70. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a closer look at why oil prices are heading higher in the short term.
Posted March 23, 2021
Donald Rumsfeld once said, "There are known knowns. These are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns. That is to say, we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns, the ones we don't know we don't know."
Posted March 22, 2021
Stocks are off to the races this week, but the leaderboard shows a brand-new cast of tickers offering folks big gains. Is the tech rally of the past decade over?