Never before in our lifetime have we witnessed more powerful and sustainable megatrends with the potential to change our world for the better.
According to Wealth Megatrends editor Sean Brodrick …
Precious metals like gold and silver will go higher.
Mining companies, which are leveraged to the metals, will go higher faster.
Plus, there’s great homerun potential in other kinds of companies — explorers, developers and smaller miners overlooked by Wall Street.
At the same time …
- Cannabis Boom 2.0 is just getting underway, promising to revolutionize modern medicine and attract a torrent of institutional capital, potentially helping investors make at least five times more money than they made in Cannabis Boom 1.0.
- The global shift from internal combustion engines to electric cars will fuel massive demand for energy metals — lithium, cobalt and more.
- Companies that make, maintain and use drone technology — both in the air and on the ground — will create countless new millionaires.
- Those that learn to combine the new information society with automation could be among the biggest winners of all. And …
- A broad array of new technologies — including artificial intelligence, driverless vehicles, big data, the Internet of Things, cloud computing and blockchain — are interacting with each other to produce a virtuous cycle of growth and wealth.
Wealth Megatrends can also show you how to avoid financial fallout from geopolitical, social and cultural megatrends that can impact the markets — for better or for worse.
Overall, when you better understand the megatrends, you can unlock the doors to potentially rapid growth in your wealth, while also protecting your money from the threats.
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About the Editor
Widely known as the Indiana Jones of natural resources, Sean has sifted through terabytes of data and traveled tens of thousands of miles in search of companies that can make a transformative difference in the lives of investors. With his boots-on-the-ground experience, he visits mines, meets executives in person, discovers hidden opportunities and reveals pitfalls that investors should avoid.