Become A Wealth Machine
While most precious metal analysts focus their attention on gold and silver, there’s another vitally important metal that deserves much more attention from an investing perspective. Not only does copper have many industrial uses and applications in electric vehicles, but there are supply and demand trends that could push copper prices into the stratosphere.
THERE WILL BE A REVOLUTION: Bob Moriarty’s Stunning Prediction of a Global Battle to Replace Fiat Money
Revolution is ugly and messy, but it’s sometimes necessary when tyranny exists.
Talk about a complete change of tune: in October the Fed said we’re a “long way from normal” in terms of rates, suggesting that they were preparing to raise interest rates. But then, after the stock market dropped 20%, there was talk of zero rate hikes or even rate cuts this year. So who’s really in control here: the Fed, or the stock market?
With the U.S. dollar proving itself over and over to be a deteriorating asset over time, investors need to be on the lookout for protection against the ravages of inflation.
For me personally, I invest in nothing but the cream of the crop, and I only buy at deeply discounted prices. That’s been my key to success as an investor.
As the tariff war winds down and a deal between the U.S. and China becomes an inevitability, copper sector investors will be the ultimate beneficiary, and mining shares are the perfect vehicle for profits.
It’s mind-blowing to consider how much control the U.S. Federal Reserve has over the nation’s economy and markets. It makes you wonder if the Fed really knows what they’re doing, or if they’re really serving the best interest of the people…
From wild mania to darkness and despair, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have sent investors on a roller coaster ride of epic proportions since the end of 2017. Knowing his esteem among the financial community, Wealth Research Group sought the expertise of cryptocurrency authority Tim Draper.
Just stick your money into an index fund and you’ll retire comfortably: that’s the cliché we hear from money managers and old-school investing commentators all the time. That might have been true at one time in history, but can we continue to count on the stock market to deliver us a comfortable retirement?
Great interview with Vince Sorace, CEO of Kutcho Copper