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 23, 2018
Capitalism, not the government, will solve the opioid epidemic. Jeff Siegel looks at the latest government attempt to find a scapegoat and the companies that will really be pivotal in ending this epidemic... and making you money in the process.
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 November 20, 2018
There is nothing like being on the right side of a big winner like Crisis and Opportunity — unless it's when you get to take out some hedge fund with bad ideas at the same time. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses his recent 179% gain and what companies he's looking at for the winter...
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 16, 2018
Hydrogen fuel cell technology is at the same point in development as electric vehicles were in the late 1990s. The Toyota Prius, the first major hybrid electric vehicle to hit the market, came out in 1997. It was a first sign of things to come. Today, electric vehicles are a trillion-dollar worldwide business...
Posted November 15, 2018
Now that the adult use of cannabis is legal in Canada, soon to be legal in Mexico, and now legal in 10 states in the U.S., sometimes it can be easy to forget that cannabis is medicine. But that’s exactly what it is. And as investors, we have to remember that there’s a lot of money to be made in medicine.
Posted November 14, 2018
This market is expected to explode over the next decade and smart-money investors are getting ready to establish a position soon. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl reveals one of the biggest technologies set to disrupt the world's trillion-dollar auto market...
Posted November 13, 2018
Oil might be down, but natural gas is cooking. In fact, it's up 35% in the last two months, and there's more where that came from. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer lays out the perfect trade.
Posted November 12, 2018
Crude oil is perhaps the most manipulated market on the planet. And OPEC is the biggest offender. Can we stop it? Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess discusses manipulated oil and how investors can prevent themselves from getting burned...
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 November 8, 2018
Now that three more states have legalized cannabis, pot stocks are getting another boost. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel details the gains to come from this major victory in the 2018 midterm elections and how to get positioned...
Posted November 7, 2018
Oil has been a wild ride in 2018 and things are only shaping up to get more interesting for investors. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a hard look at where oil prices are heading in 2019 and offers one sector that will shine no matter which direction they go...
Posted November 6, 2018
Since Obama said he would put coal producers out of business, Wall Street has ignored coal producing, making it the most undervalued sector in the market. But what many don't know is that this means it has the most opportunity...
Posted November 5, 2018
The election midterms are a favorite holiday for both the media and the government. The midterms toss up a big cloud of smoke. And the media and government break out the mirrors. For them, it's better than Christmas, Easter, and the Fourth of July combined.