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It was the worst (and only) nuclear disaster since Chernobyl. Afterward, Japan took all 54 of its nuclear reactors offline. And investors flocked out of the market.
The U.S. government is the largest player in the financial markets.
In today’s essay, I’m going to show you another milestone on the road to the full legalization of cannabis in the U.S. It centers around one of America’s forgotten cash crops…
Mike Maloney thinks that hyperinflation is a distinct possibility in the US. So when I read about the runaway inflation rates in Venezuela, I wondered how that would play out in the US if he’s right.
Amateur investors run from crisis. Great investors run toward it.
Musk said that he wants to add 33% more of this metal to each Tesla vehicle battery. The move reduces manufacturing costs overall for its batteries—but creates a huge new source of demand for the commodity. Every company I talk to is following Musk’s lead.
The electric vehicle is not the only transformational technology that’s bursting onto the scene. Energy storage is too. This story is just as big and just as ripe with investment potential. A few months ago, for example, Saudi Arabia announced plans to build the biggest-ever solar project, with 200 gigawatts of generating capacity. “The project […]
Is the post-Cold War global boom over? How are today’s geopolitical hot spots affecting your investment decisions?
The African economic boom is for real, and we’ve found a way to profit.
Foreign currency exchanges at the airports and in tourist areas give you the worst rates. Find out which forex platforms offer the best rates.
The Nicaragua of today is more stable and more investor-friendly with one of the lowest costs of living in the region. Plus, the planned Nicaraguan Canal (to rival the Panama Canal) is a significant game changer.
It is said that hindsight is 20/20. It’s easy to think, “If I had just bought apartments in Paris in the 80s, or tech stocks before the bubble, or gold in 2000 or 2001, I’d be sitting on a fortune right now.” The thing is, kicking yourself for lost opportunities doesn’t do you much good. A better strategy is to start focusing on not missing “home run” type investments like these in the future.