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.


A recession could create an environment where essential goods providers succeed.
The best place to invest in this wild and woolly market is the one sector that’s shrugging off bad news and also handing investors fat dividends.
It’s not just free money that’s stoking this solar fire.
Copper’s the metal that takes the temperature of the global economy, and right now, indications are that it isn’t slowing down.
Inflation is cooling and will continue to cool off, but the question is: When will the Fed say, ‘Good enough’? Probably after a recession hits, so here’s how investors should protect their portfolios.
Food inflation now stands at a staggering 10.9%, and I’m sure you’ve noticed your grocery bills have been a lot more expensive this year.
There are plenty of dividend payers — and dividend raisers — in the oil and gas markets. Investors should be looking to them for big gains.
Fully electric EV sales in the U.S. surged 66% in Q2.
While Powell’s commitment to lowering inflation is a harsh reality, funds flow to stocks with proven track records like these.
In hopes of bringing inflation down to its 2% goal, the Fed will likely continue taking aggressive action. But this play’s stability offers cushioning in case of an extended downturn.

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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