Wealth Wave

Money doesn’t grow on trees. But wealth does grow in waves. Sometimes they’re giant tsunamis that can change the world as we know it. More often, they’re megatrends that most investors underestimate till it’s too late: The electric-vehicle revolution. The digital transformation. The rise of “Modern Monetary Theory.” The return of double-digit inflation. And many more.

Articles

There is a crisis brewing in your pantry and it could hit in the next 60 days. It is a global supply shock that could leave millions starving and squeeze the wallets of every American.
There’s an elephant in the room, and it’s getting bigger. Even worse, it has your passwords.
This is a very unforgiving market … but there is powered-up profit potential if you look in the right direction.
The general market’s had a brutal week, but there are still prime opportunities if you know where to look.
Markets blasted higher yesterday in late afternoon trading after Powell beat the bears with a dovish stick.
Tomorrow (May 4) the FOMC will make its latest policy statement. The market is all but sure a 50-point rate hike is coming.
This is the best bull run in oil since early 2018. It looks like the massive gains we’ve seen are just starting to rumble.
Money is flowing out of growth stocks like they’re water balloons with poked holes despite the white-shoe crowd doing its best to ignore this great rotation.
The S&P 500 was recently down 11.5% YTD, while the Nasdaq has plunged 18.5% That’s why you’re seeing more and more recos on what to buy now that it’s “cheap”!
Investors are so obsessed with precious metals that they sometimes ignore other great metals opportunities … like this one.

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.

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