Posted November 2, 2018
The United States government is doing nothing to fight the opioid epidemic that will actually help the problem. Like everything else, the opioid crisis will be solved by the private sector. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess discusses a possible solution...
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 18, 2018
Last weekend, while Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel was attending a cannabis investment event in Oakland, there was a lot of “big news.” PLUS Products goes public early next week, and this could be a very successful IPO...
Posted October 17, 2018
At this point, it’s nearly impossible to come across someone who has not been affected by opioids, whether it was themselves, family, or friends. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a look into the most devastating crisis in America today and shows readers how some investors are finding solutions to the opioid epidemic.
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.
Posted October 9, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer tells you three things that will kill the bull market, which at this point is the longest running bull market in history... and exactly how and when you need to be prepared for its end.
Posted October 4, 2018
You don’t have to be a Wall Street billionaire to make money in the cannabis market. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel is living proof. And he's decided to forego helping big-shot Wall Street fund managers in favor of helping readers of Energy and Capital.
Posted October 2, 2018
I believe it was Plato who came up with the theory of Forms, which holds that non-physical forms or ideas represent the most accurate reality. If there is a perfect form for investing in the stock market, it must come from the world's greatest investor, Warren Buffett...
Posted October 1, 2018
Last year we watched hype turn to mania in the cryptocurrency market. Bitcoin prices spiked to nearly $20,000 before collapsing. It was a classic bubble and bust cycle. This year the hype is has shifted from crypto to cannabis. And now some analysts are warning the cannabis market is also in a bubble phase...
Posted September 25, 2018
The CFTC reported money managers had never been more short gold. The last time there was this much gold shorted was in the fall of 2015. Afterwards gold went on a 30% seven-month rally. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses what this means for investors...
Posted September 18, 2018
Don’t look now, but the Federal Reserve is raising interest rates. And the idea of future inflation is bullish for gold. Christian DeHaemer discusses how this has happened before and what to watch for when it starts again...
Posted September 16, 2018
Don’t fall for the sensational headlines. Pot Stocks did not sell off last week because US border patrol agents sent out a press release.
Posted September 13, 2018
One of the most successful strategies for wealth creation isn’t a secret. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel has revealed it before, and he's doing it again... for those willing to listen. Find out the details behind the S-50 Trigger today.
Posted September 11, 2018
A red beast was born at the Temple of Israel that prophecy says will bring about the end of times. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses a lecture by Jordan B. Peterson, as well as what the red heifer of equities could be.
Posted September 10, 2018
Good advertising doesn't have to cost a lot of money. Yet multinational corporations end up spending tens of billions of dollars per year on advertising. Are advertising budgets too high? Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explores...