Posted January 31, 2019
The state of New York will soon legalize cannabis. They say it’ll generate $3.1 billion a year in sales, but Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel thinks it'll be more. Here’s how to play it.
Posted January 30, 2019
OPEC is imploding day by day. And right now, no other catalyst weighs heavier on the 14-member oil cartel than the collapse of Venezuela’s oil industry. But Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows investors the new oil chart that changes everything...
Posted January 29, 2019
Was it Will Rogers who said never invest in anything that eats or needs repainting? The most consistent way to make a lot of money is to buy quality stocks on the cheap. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer shows investors how they can do that...
Posted January 28, 2019
Of all of the precious metals, one of them stands above the rest. Platinum is the most precious of all the metals because of its rarity and special chemical properties. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess takes a look at investing in the most precious of metals for 2019.
Posted January 25, 2019
Taxes go towards paying for things like roads, police, and teachers. But it's not necessary for the government to tax you to pay for those things. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess explains the four reasons the government really taxes us.
Posted January 24, 2019
In Switzerland, it’s illegal to walk down the street smoking a joint. But that’s not stopping the wealthy elite from doing million-dollar cannabis deals at this week’s World Economic Forum. The cannabis industry has gone global. Invest accordingly.
Posted January 23, 2019
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a hard look at which technology is threatening Tesla's share of the biggest EV market on the planet. The future of the electric vehicle market is shaping up today, and forward-thinking investors will reap the rewards...
Posted January 22, 2019
Oil is cyclical; that is the simple truth. This time is not different. Today's low prices will create tomorrow's highs. Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer discusses this fact and highlights one oil company that is the contrarian buy of the decade.
Posted January 21, 2019
What is the world's best long-term electricity play? We think we have an answer: copper. It plays a vital role in electric systems, and regardless of the method of electrical generation now or in the future, that is unlikely to change soon...
Posted January 18, 2019
The price of palladium is breaking records. And the financial media is buzzing about the white metal. But before you get sucked into the palladium hype, there are a few things you should know. Energy and Capital editor Luke Burgess warns readers of potential problems with investing in this sector...
Posted January 17, 2019
Canadian cannabis behemoths are moving into the U.S. market. And they're making the solid Canadian cannabis market look like an accounting error in comparison. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel tells readers the best way to capitalize on the growth to come.
Posted January 16, 2019
Between 2008 and 2018, oil extraction in the Permian Basin more than tripled. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl peels back the mystery of the Permian Basin and shows investors three ways to profit from Texas tea without having to rely on Big Oil...
Posted January 15, 2019
The most common investment advice you get is to dollar-cost average for the long term and, whatever you do, don’t try to time the market. This is good advice for your average investor. But if you are selling when shares are expensive and buying when they're cheap, is that market timing or just good investing?
Posted January 14, 2019
The tides have turned, dear investor. The great wave of optimism that drove global markets over the past few years has all but receded. Now, pessimism and fear has begun to flow in. And that changes everything, particularly for safe haven assets like gold.
Posted January 10, 2019
Getting exposure to U.S. pot stocks has never been more urgent, as Congress is about to open up a floodgate of capital. Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel explains why bipartisan politics presents opportunity and how to get positioned for these winners.