Posted April 23, 2021
It's one thing to have the technology. It's another to have the infrastructure. New developments for fuel cells show that a whole bunch of infrastructure is coming, and that it will pay off wonderfully for investors.
Posted April 22, 2021
With a stroke of the pen, America could have a booming new industry. Cannabis investing expert Jimmy Mengel explains why he's planting his money in the U.S. cannabis market...
Posted April 21, 2021
Gold will likely remain valued as a store of wealth for another 5,000 years. But it won't be because it has already been that way for the past 5,000. Gold expert Luke Burgess explains why the metal will remain valuable for centuries to come...
Posted April 20, 2021
Hydrogen fuel cell stocks started 2021 off hotter than most sectors but have since been humbled. Right now, certain hydrogen plays are trading at discount prices. Should you buy the dip in fuel cell stocks?
Posted April 16, 2021
Outsider Club editor Jason Simpkins makes the case for minimizing the margin of human error in traffic stops. Through the use of certain technology it is possible, and Jason has found some companies solving the problem...
Posted April 15, 2021
Bernie Madoff died in prison on April 14th, 2021 at the age of 82. Madoff's now infamous Ponzi scheme managed to swindle $50 billion from ordinary people, charities, and celebrities alike. If only Bernie's victims were introduced to "Prime Profits" instead...
Posted April 14, 2021
If you want to invest in gold, buy gold. The most direct way to do that is owning the physical bullion yourself. Beware of the pitfalls that may come with supposed "gold-backed" cryptocurrencies...
Posted April 13, 2021
While we’ve pulled in — and will continue to pull in — profits from hydrogen fuel cell vehicles worldwide, this green power will be used to provide virtually unlimited carbon-free power to everything else that we rarely consider.
Posted April 9, 2021
For more than a year now, market analyst Jason Simpkins has been arguing that the rate of inflation isn't what the government or the Fed says it is. It's actually much higher...
Posted April 8, 2021
For any investor struggling with analysis paralysis, dividend aristocrats are an easy choice. But most folks don’t want to buy a dozen stocks and keep track of them all. That's why I recommend ETFs to anyone who wants to grow their money easily and efficiently. Here are three solid choices...
Posted April 7, 2021
Right now, grid energy storage facilities use lithium-ion batteries to store electricity. But lithium-ion batteries have flaws, which is why battery industry leaders are turning toward vanadium...
Posted April 6, 2021
Just like applied physics or engineering, it’s a hard thing to bridge the gap from a proposal to a funded project to real-world applications. With all the money being thrown at tech these days, I think this needs saying now, perhaps more than ever.
Posted April 2, 2021
It's hard to read about things like the construction of the Hoover Dam, our national network of highways, and the Tennessee Valley Authority and not wonder how we've failed so miserably at maintaining (much less expanding) our country's most vital economic arteries.
Posted March 31, 2021
In less than 24 hours, the attack will be on. The target: gold. Gold prices are set to post their worst quarterly losses since at least 2016. And the gold haters are set to have a field day with new fodder.
Posted March 30, 2021
Make no mistake about it. The Federal Reserve has always been a political body. The consequences are profound, and we need to react to them.