Posted November 21, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why the dirtiest energy source on the planet is making a small group of investors filthy rich. And here’s the best part: It doesn’t matter in the slightest if U.S. coal consumption continues falling...
Posted June 11, 2018
The worst possible thing that can happen to the gold has happened: gold has become boring. Luke Burgess tells investors not to be fooled and explains why this is actually a good thing.
Posted April 5, 2018
China just put $3 billion worth of tariffs on U.S. imports. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer gives you the lowdown on Chinese ham.
Posted March 9, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why Apple's aggressive move to secure one vital resource is igniting a resource war.
Posted March 2, 2018
To the average retail buyer, there's almost no way of knowing the difference between an unadulterated gold bar and one that's been filled with this metal.
Posted October 12, 2017
When you get right down to it, an investment in energy is an investment in everything we do. And investments in energy companies are often the most profitable... in good times and bad.
Posted April 20, 2017
Gold investors typically follow a path, a rounding journey from investing in gold for fear to investing for fundamentals and back to investing for fear again. Avoid this road and get right to the end.
Posted April 6, 2017
With a widening global supply deficit and historic price divergence between it and gold, platinum currently offers a unique investment opportunity that will reward the few investors who recognize it.
Posted December 8, 2016
Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess proposes the idea that world has entered an age of HyperAbsurdity. In this strange world, where do we as investors put our money? Burgess helps guide you through it.
Posted November 19, 2016
Energy and Capital editor Megan Dailey looks into the water-energy nexus, and why it could be the investment opportunity of a lifetime.
Posted October 27, 2016
Among the most mining-friendly countries in the world is Mexico. With the second-largest economy in Latin America, Mexico is very welcoming to foreign investment, and mineral development has strong federal support.
Posted September 22, 2016
The price of gold had its biggest increase in two weeks yesterday following policy statements from the Bank of Japan and the Federal Reserve. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains.
Posted September 8, 2016
The world's central banks have been squabbling with each other for nearly two decades now over their fiat currencies. At this point, they've chosen their allies... armed themselves by owning gold... and are now prepared for an all-out world currency war.
Posted August 25, 2016
A new member of Trump's economic advisory team proposes gold-backed bonds.
Posted August 5, 2016
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows investors why a "blue gold" rush is sending your water profits through the roof.