Posted December 13, 2018
In 2019, energy investors will need to add more exposure to the renewable energy space. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel talks the end of coal's dominance and the energy stocks to keep an eye on as we head into the new year.
Posted December 12, 2018
Battery electric vehicles are set to become the standard over the next few decades. It's expected that by 2040, battery electric vehicles will represent more than half of global auto sales. But the evolution of the car isn't going to stop there. The next step is to fuel cell technology.
Posted December 11, 2018
Inside is an ominous chart and It's of the Dow Jones Transportation Average. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer says the market's oldest signal confirms a bearish outlook. Here's why it's going to happen by December 19th. Find out how to protect yourself in the week that's left...
Posted December 10, 2018
OPEC has a lot of power. About 40% of the world's oil production comes from OPEC members. But it's easy to see how that power can quickly slip away. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess raises the important question: is OPEC dying?
Posted December 7, 2018
Markets around the world extended their losses this morning as trade tensions between the United States and China flare up. And traders are now looking to gold. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess gives investors an idea of how they can take advantage of this opportunity...
Posted December 6, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel shares what the president just personally told him about cannabis legalization in Mexico. And his special algorithm that identifies the best-in-breed cannabis stocks throughout the world will help you profit from this coming boom.
Posted December 5, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl and you capitalize from the most valuable investment lesson in American history. It's a lesson learned from how John D. Rockefeller made his first billion. Making his first billion happened a lot longer than most people would believe, and he couldn't have done it on his own...
Posted December 4, 2018
Many people blame the Fed for hiking rates and slowing the economy. But the blame lies not on the current chief, Powell, but rather on Bernanke and his dripping madness into the dark world of money printing. This is the beginning of the end.
Posted November 30, 2018
Data from the EIA released Wednesday showed American crude inventories unexpectedly increasing to a one-year high. The market had actually expected a decline in inventories. Wednesday's data marks the 10th consecutive weekly increase in U.S. oil stocks and frightened off investors, pushing prices down to just $50 per barrel yesterday.
Posted November 29, 2018
It's time to capitalize on the U.S. cannabis market. While 2018 was a big year for cannabis across the globe, in 2019, we're going to see, for the first time, a real push for U.S. legalization on the federal level. Here are the stocks you need to keep an eye on...
Posted November 28, 2018
Over the last seven weeks, WTI crude prices have fallen more than 34%. Is it time to call it quits on oil or is there another ray of hope for investors yet? Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers why it's time to take advantage of the bullish shale band...
Posted November 27, 2018
Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer talks gold, crashes, and the best-kept secret on Wall Street. Learn about the one company that acts as a bellwether for recessions and one group of companies that will pay you to own them.
Posted November 26, 2018
Crude oil and gasoline prices are at their lowest levels in months. How much lower can they go? When will prices turn around? Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explores this, plus what investors should be doing...
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.