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

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.
The energy sector has rallied over 45% this year and counting. Here’s why this stampeding energy bull will keep charging ahead.
Cannabis stocks are looking like sleeping green giants as sentiment shifts into higher gear. We’ll be ready to take advantage before the big move.
In the spirit of Easter, we're looking back at some of our past issues to help readers get a fresh start on potentially bolstering their nest eggs.
Food prices continue to soar, and it still looks like a great time to stock up your food-investment cabinet.
Commodities are in rally mode ... but according to JPMorgan, there could be another 40% UPSIDE in commodities.
Americans who use marijuana generally spend a LOT of money on cannabis this month, in the run-up to April 20. In fact, the week of 4/20 often ranks among the top 10 sales weeks of the year.
Gold’s had a stellar 2022 … but it’s going to get even better. I told you I was turning very bullish on gold in a column on March 26 … but I’m even more bullish now!

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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