Posted June 19, 2018
After WWII, Britain squandered $4 billion on keeping the dreams of empire alive while Germany rebuilt its factories and infrastructure. Does the U.S. run the same risk now? The question is not "What will we lose by deviating from the status quo?" but "What have we given up by not?"
Posted June 18, 2018
Capitalism is not an institution of repression. In fact, it's just the opposite. Capitalism allows upward mobility for private individuals. Without it, we all live under nearly complete government economic control. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess states his case in support of capitalism...
Posted June 15, 2018
With the advent and popularity of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, more and more people are raising fundamental questions: What is money? And what type of money (centralized, decentralized, or other) is most beneficial for the individual and society at large?
Posted June 13, 2018
Trump’s comments about condos in North Korea actually make a lot of sense.
Posted June 8, 2018
You've heard it a million times: The most important thing to do when investing your money is to diversify. But it's just as important to diversify your time studying different markets, even if you don't diversify your money. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess has a few tips for your future investments...
Posted June 7, 2018
While Wall Street trips over itself to get a piece of the Canadian cannabis market, we’ve already moved on to the next big opportunity in cannabis. And this time, it’s in the U.S. I strongly encourage you to take this U.S. cannabis market very, very seriously...
Posted June 5, 2018
A black swan is a metaphor that describes a surprise event with a large impact that is rationalized in hindsight. The government is going to get hit with the 1,000-year flood. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer explains how you can protect yourself...
Posted May 31, 2018
The fall of biotech unicorn Theranos provides an important lesson to biotech investors: Only invest in promising research-backed technologies. And that brings me to my next point: the companies you should actually be looking at...
Posted May 24, 2018
This billion-dollar industry is so lucrative, it doesn’t even have to advertise. Last year, the global cannabis market was valued at $7.7 billion. In less than three years, it’ll be worth more than $31.4 billion. This is your chance to be the “smart money.”
Posted May 23, 2018
Organic cannabis is in high demand, and the Green Organic Dutchman is going to corner this market.
Posted May 22, 2018
Near the end of every bull market, there is a Paul Herrlinger pointing out the absurdity of the current frenzy. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses warning signs for the ends of bull markets and how to lose 22% in a day.
Posted May 17, 2018
A recent Supreme Court decision has virtually guaranteed the legalization of marijuana is coming. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel discusses how investors who aren't already in position can take advantage of the coming wave of wealth...
Posted May 10, 2018
Another big event is planned for this month, and if all goes well, a few select pot stocks are going to soar. There’s still time, however, to stake your claim. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel has the details...
Posted May 7, 2018
There is a longstanding allegation that the FDR dime's designer, John Sinnock, copied the profile from a bronze bas relief created by sculptor Selma Burke. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess sets the record straight...
Posted May 4, 2018
The GOP and SJW movements have something in common: They both have an identity crisis. Is the GOP still the fiscal and social conservative party of small government? Or is classical Republicanism dead in the dirt?