Posted August 23, 2019
The United States has recently shown keen interested in the development of hydrogen energy technologies. The project is code-named H2@Scale, and it could mean big profits for investors who get in now...
Posted August 22, 2019
Exelon recently announced that it would be retiring the Three Mile Island nuclear power facility 15 years early. The bottom line is that nuclear power is simply not economically sustainable. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel explains where he's investing instead.
Posted August 21, 2019
Are we getting close to 'peak Permian?' It could be closer than investors realize. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers where to find the right oil stock in the prolific Permian Basin.
Posted August 20, 2019
In late August, it doesn't matter what happens in the markets. But it is how September ends that is the rub. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer gives his prediction for September.
Posted August 19, 2019
In many ways, 5G innovations born out of the broader agricultural sector will overlap with cannabis. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explores where it will have the greatest impact.
Posted August 16, 2019
To most people, crows are nuisance birds. But they're also highly intelligent. They can use tools, remember faces, and even invest more wisely than most people...
Posted August 15, 2019
Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel reflects on how sometimes the world's most unfortunate events can be moneymaking opportunities... but how investors can also align their values to some hugely profitable investments.
Posted August 13, 2019
Back in the day, if a little-known international oil company hit a 100 million barrel mother lode, the stock would double on the news. Yesterday, Tullow Oil (LSE: TLW) did just that. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses whether the stock is a buy.
Posted August 12, 2019
The nation's megachurch pastors and prosperity preaching are leading the country down a road that's worse than socialism or communism. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains why...
Posted August 9, 2019
Among the most highly anticipated industries expected to benefit from the proliferation of 5G services are the energy and utility sectors. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains how 5G will transform your energy usage.
Posted August 8, 2019
When Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel goes on site visits to check out the companies in which he may invest, a big red flag for him is the absence of young people. Millennials may be easy targets, but they're also shaping the industries of the future.
Posted August 7, 2019
Trump’s sanctions on Iran’s oil exports are making waves in the oil markets. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a closer look at why the investment herd is wrong about the direction oil prices will head going forward...
Posted August 6, 2019
How did hamsters end up as household pets? Energy and Capital contributor John Butler tells the random and fascinating tale, while pointing out how investors are in the story without even noticing...
Posted August 5, 2019
The continued automation of society through the future deployment of AI and advanced robotics will deeply impact your future. But the narrative that your job will be replaced by a robot is mostly false.
Posted August 2, 2019
Is Baltimore a “disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess,” as President Trump tweeted? Well, yes, it absolutely is in some places. But Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess shares the real story on Baltimore... and why you should invest.