Posted January 28, 2019
Of all of the precious metals, one of them stands above the rest. Platinum is the most precious of all the metals because of its rarity and special chemical properties. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess takes a look at investing in the most precious of metals for 2019.
Posted January 21, 2019
What is the world's best long-term electricity play? We think we have an answer: copper. It plays a vital role in electric systems, and regardless of the method of electrical generation now or in the future, that is unlikely to change soon...
Posted January 15, 2019
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?
Posted January 8, 2019
I think it was the great investor Warren Buffett who said, "Find the lie in the market and exploit it." In today’s market, that lie is about coal. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer tells you how can exploit it...
Posted January 4, 2019
Everything is an investment. That's your 2019 mantra. Because when you think about everything as an investment, you'll end up making smarter decisions all around... and 2019 will become a windfall year for you. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains how you can start to change your way of thinking...
Posted December 18, 2018
Channeling the ghost of Nostradamus, Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer gives you his predictions for 2019. Find out all seven market predictions and what investors can start doing today to prepare...
Posted December 17, 2018
Whenever I bring up gold in a conversation about investing, people often make a major incorrect assumption about me: that I'm a gold bug. But the truth is, I'm not a gold bug. I'm a gold investor. And there's a big difference. In short, gold bugs and gold investors own the metal for different reasons.
Posted December 13, 2018
Pot Stock Investors Frustrated as Stocks Continue to Fall
Posted December 4, 2018
Many people blame the Fed for hiking rates and slowing the economy. But the blame lies not on the current chief, Powell, but rather on Bernanke and his dripping madness into the dark world of money printing. This is the beginning of the end.
Posted November 27, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer talks gold, crashes, and the best-kept secret on Wall Street. Learn about the one company that acts as a bellwether for recessions and one group of companies that will pay you to own them.
Posted November 24, 2018
The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias that causes people to overestimate their abilities and think they're better at something than they really are. And it could be holding you back from making money. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains why...
Posted November 19, 2018
The State of New York has a new plan to fight the nation's opioid crisis. And it's a real doozy. The state has gathered together the brightest and most intelligent team in order to create a radical and revolutionary new strategy that's probably guaranteed to stop opioid abuse dead in its tracks: raising taxes.
Posted November 9, 2018
The purchasing power of your money is slowly being eroded away by inflation. And unless you're making more money to keep up with the rate of inflation, you're growing poorer by the day... even without spending a dime. Here's how to hedge that.
Posted October 19, 2018
An opioid epidemic is destroying lives across America. And chances are this deadly plague has already taken root in your backyard. How did we get here? It's simply a matter of supply and demand. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains...
Posted October 15, 2018
The price of gold is acting... normal. But that's actually surprising to see. For the gold market, “normal” hasn't been... well, normal. Gold is traditionally a safe haven asset used to hedge economic and market risk. But that has not largely been the case for the past decade.