Posted January 4, 2021
Gold prices kicked off 2021 climbing to a two-month high, up 2.25% to $1,937 an ounce at last look. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess discusses gold's run into 2021 and what investors can expect moving forward...
Posted January 1, 2021
The age of automation is moving faster than ever, offering us a great way to get in on a booming industry.
Posted December 31, 2020
The psychedelics stocks we’re currently in — and profiting from — are all creating the next generation of mental health drugs and therapies, not party drugs...
Posted December 30, 2020
Uncertainty was rampant this year, but markets still hit all-time highs. Now is the perfect time for us to turn fear and uncertainty into great opportunities. Here's what we expect next for 2021...
Posted December 29, 2020
The next five-year megatrend we are going after is something you might not have heard of before… It’s called spatial computing.
Posted December 28, 2020
Editor Luke Burgess retells an ancient Middle Eastern fable as an allegory of the current state of the world and economics.
Posted December 25, 2020
Stocks were off to another strong week heading into the 12 days of Christmas. This sets us up for another potential record-breaker by New Year’s Day. And this means you need to blow up your old portfolio and start looking at the markets entirely differently.
Posted December 24, 2020
It won’t be long before Biden moves into the White House. And no matter what you think of him, the reality is that when it comes to energy policy, we’re about to see a repeat of what we saw under the Obama administration.
Posted December 23, 2020
They say 10% of anglers catch 90% of the fish, and the same can be said of the stock market. Energy and Capital editor Sean McCloskey discusses the similarities between fishing and investing and gives you some pointers on how to land winning stocks...
Posted December 22, 2020
It’s that time of year when we start to think about eggnog, beef Wellington, and last year's stock market predictions. I did pretty well if I say so myself, and that despite being blindsided by COVID-19. This year we will stick out our proverbial neck once again and, at the risk of being mocked and ridiculed, give it another shot.
Posted December 21, 2020
Gold and the U.S. dollar are perceived as always having an inverse relationship. That is, when the value of one goes up, the value of the other goes down. But that's only kind of true. The relationship between the USD and gold is... well... complicated. And it's complicated for a number of reasons.
Posted December 18, 2020
Our technological future hinges upon a convergence of numerous technologies, not one singular breakthrough. 5G is one of the pillars of this new technological age. Energy and Capital editor Sean McCloskey clues investors in on how they can take advantage of the future of 5G...
Posted December 17, 2020
Last week, editor Jeff Siegel told you about a very exciting stock. It’s a play in the burgeoning psychedelics medicine market, and last week members of his Green Chip Stocks community were already up 632% on it. At the time, he told you the stock still had another 212% expected upside in the next six months. He was wrong.
Posted December 15, 2020
It’s that time of year when we stock market pontificators write about what we expect in the new year. But first let's see how we did with last year's estimates. It turns out that even with the monkey wrench COVID-19 threw at us, we did pretty well.
Posted December 14, 2020
Most of you will remember that “climate change” used to be called “global warming.” But before that, it had another name: “inadvertent climate modification.” Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess discusses the semantics of climate science and how it may affect investors...