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WATCH: Almost Dying on the Chesapeake Made Me a Better Trader

Written by Sean McCloskey
Posted October 22, 2021

Like the Chesapeake Bay a few weeks back, the markets are extremely volatile right now. But this simple lesson about stocks will ease your angst.

Solar Investments That Pay Double-Digit Dividends

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted October 21, 2021

Most investors can’t pull off a single double-digit gain in a year, but with this private solar investment you can make right now, you could be looking at monthly double-digit gains.

The COVID Bottleneck Worth Billions for These Biotech Stocks

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted October 20, 2021

Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl pulls back the curtain to reveal a devastating crisis inside the biotech industry.

New Bitcoin ETF Launches

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted October 19, 2021

The first Bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund officially launched today. It will trade on the NYSE under the ticker BITO. However, analyst Christian DeHaemer doesn’t recommend buying Bitcoin here...

Coal 2022 Outlook: It’s Back From the Dead!

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted October 18, 2021

Just in time for Halloween, something spooky is happening in the energy market: Coal is crawling out of the grave to reclaim its old seat at the table.

Watch: Solar Fields Forever — Get in on the Ground Floor

Written by Sean McCloskey
Posted October 15, 2021

This one overlooked energy sector is projected to reach $223.3 billion by 2026. Here's how to get your slice.

Investing in Energy Projects That Pay Monthly Royalties

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted October 14, 2021

Jeff Siegel's latest investment essentially allows any investor to collect royalties on various energy projects around the world. Here's how...

Buy Oil Now, Thank Me Later

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted October 13, 2021

Watching WTI prices break above $80 per barrel recently, it’s only a matter of time until we see crude test $90. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl breaks down why the pain we're feeling at the pump won't abate anytime soon.

Who Will the Sea Obey?

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted October 12, 2021

Leaders around the world have announced plans to cut fossil fuel consumption and end emissions by 2025, 2030, or 2050. The problem is that most of the world's electricity comes from fossil fuels...

Lithium Outlook 2022: Bracing for the Next Big Shortage

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted October 11, 2021

While the world’s leaders are busy boosting morale with their green energy promises, they are conveniently ignoring the trillion-ton elephant in the room...

The Options Trader's 2022 Outlook: It's Going to Be a Very Lucrative Year!

Written by Sean McCloskey
Posted October 8, 2021

According to Business Insider, “In 2020, options trading reached a record level: 7.47 billion contracts were traded, according to the Options Clearing Corporation.” Don't miss out on this profit party.

Why South Dakota Is the Safest Place to Park Your Cash

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted October 7, 2021

While editor Jeff Siegel doesn’t know what the fallout will be from the Pandora Papers, he does know the quest for free people to protect their assets is not something that can be deterred by government intervention.

Nuclear Outlook 2022: The Secret to Protecting Musk’s $200 Billion Fortune

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted October 6, 2021

Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers how Elon Musk will protect his $200 billion fortune.

COVID Strikes: A Morality Tale

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted October 5, 2021

The foundations of civilization that have built trust over hundreds of years have lost it. Due to a constant stream of lies, the concepts that used to be trusted are now second-guessed at every opportunity.

Tesla’s AV Division Could Be Making a HUGE Mistake

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted October 4, 2021

If self-driving technology works well enough to cut down on a few of the 1.3 million traffic deaths around the world each year, it could easily become a mandatory part of all future vehicles.