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

U.S. oil reserves hit the lowest level since 2014! (Just barely enough to cover 21 days of U.S. oil demand.)
Energy stocks were the talk of the town but they’re finally taking a breather. After their extended climb since the end of 2020, it was about time for a correction.
A gasoline tax holiday is fighting the last war because gasoline prices are already going down.
Inflation recently surged to a 40-year-high. Many investors are bracing for worse. But let me tell you something that might shock you: I think the next thing we’ll see is inflation cooling off.
Wall Street keeps looking for a bottom in tech, but the sector still has a lot of pain ahead.
It sure looks like the Federal Reserve is trying to tip America into recession. Let me explain why, and what you should be buying — and selling — right now.
Everyone’s worried about the market lately, with new forecasts that we’re heading into recession coming nearly every day. So, what should you consider buying?
In 1602, the modern stock exchange began in Amsterdam.
It’s a foregone conclusion that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next week. The question is by how much.
Everyone is talking about interest rates moving higher, but a quieter hurdle for the market is just beginning.

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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