Posted June 11, 2020
Going cashless was already a trend even before COVID-19. But now that we are in the fourth month of this pandemic, going cashless will be the new standard going forward. Energy and Capital Founder Brian Hicks discusses the cashless megatrend, and its not crypto...
Posted June 10, 2020
The use of medical marijuana is legal today in 33 states across the nation. Yet despite already being legal in most states, the medical cannabis industry still has way more room to grow than most people are considering.
Posted June 9, 2020
The market today is perhaps the most delusional it has ever been. You have new traders on free brokerage sites like Robinhood and twitter pump and dumps creating the perfect storm. One emerging super trend will not only survive, but prosper...
Posted June 8, 2020
It's just 4 milliliters in diameter and weighs only 0.15 grams, giving the bead's gold content value of less than $8 today. But to archaeologists this tiny trinket is priceless. That's because it's the world's oldest known gold artifact...
Posted June 5, 2020
As the world continues to modernize, more and more of these high-powered magnets will be needed to satisfy the demand for new technologies. And that creates great opportunities for substantial profits in a safe and steady market...
Posted June 4, 2020
As you know, Jeff Siegel helped a lot of Energy and Capital readers make a lot of money in the cannabis space. Not only was it a controversial recommendation, but it was a profitable one. Here is Jeff's next big piece of advice for investors looking for the next big market...
Posted June 3, 2020
There are those that view this as the end, and then there are those that see this as a beginning. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl offers one important lesson every investor should learn during an oil crash...
Posted June 2, 2020
There is a renewed trade war with China and a simmering Cold War. The Fed has digitally printed $7 trillion. The difference between work from home people and those without work has pushed inequality to unprecedented heights.
Posted June 1, 2020
Like many other cities across the nation, there had been protesting and marching throughout Baltimore over the killing of George Floyd over the weekend. From my downtown apartment, I watched peaceful marching all day on Saturday accompanied by the standard fare of chanting, loudspeakers, and homemade poster board signs.
Posted May 29, 2020
To pay for their government's skyrocketing COVID-19 bills, central banks around the world are expanding their money supplies at a historic rate, triggering fears of high inflation and prompting big expectations for gold prices.
Posted May 28, 2020
Pot Stocks are Out. Psychedelics are the Next Big Thing
Posted May 28, 2020
One of the reasons Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel has been so enthusiastic about psychedelics lately, is because there’s a mountain of research indicating that some of these psychedelic medicines are very effective at treating addiction...
Posted May 27, 2020
This next trade war could be very painful, but it doesn't have to be. Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl shows readers one way early investors doubled their money from Trump's trade war with China.
Posted May 26, 2020
It was a fine Memorial Day weekend here in the United States. A holiday created after the civil war, to remember the dead has been transmogrified into a celebration of BBQs and beer, which is how it should be on Memorial Day weekend...
Posted May 25, 2020
The government's quarantining and social distancing rules have failed miserably. A successful quarantine, with 100% of the population participating, should have eliminated the coronavirus within a few weeks. Yet it's been three months, and most U.S. states are still under quarantine orders. Why?