Gross sales from marijuana products in Colorado topped $1 billion in 2016, adding about 18,000 new jobs. I like to call it Reefer Money Madness.
If you’re not already part of this bull market, the coming stock market correction should offer a great opportunity to buy stocks cheap.
Money is going in to buy the juiciest of the Greek property assets. There’s plenty up for grabs when a country is bleeding like Greece was.
The US dollar is locked in a major bull market, rising against every currency — not just the Chinese yuan. The US dollar should scream higher into 2018.
The world’s growing water crisis will bring about ample opportunity for tech and biotech companies to solve water woes.
If stocks rally in the fortnight ahead, look to go short. If gold pulls back, there could be a great short-term buying opportunity.
The sheer number of welfare recipients means that the system we’ve created over the last century is unaffordable…it’s a Ponzi scheme.
Trump, if you believe the press, is supposed to cut taxes and boost spending, thus touching off a Reagan Redux…the morning after the ‘Morning in America’.
Welfare promises — made in times of lower life expectancies, when less people were at the apex of society’s pyramid (and during the greatest credit boom in history) — are going to be reneged upon.
The Fed has said they’re on track to raise three times this year. The market doesn’t believe it. The market is counting on maybe two rate hikes at most.
Tax receipts should help buffer coffers this year. And they need every cent they can get to help the burdensome age pension limp along a bit longer.
These people are well-connected with users and supply chains across the globe, and they think that the world is ready for a breakout in basic materials.
The stock market is booming, and the US Fed wants to raise rates three times this year. That’s not bearish for stocks by any means.
While the holdup men and stockbrokers return to their labours, we try to think more deeply about what we are doing and where we are going.
Whether or not these populist heroes fulfil the promises that led to their victories, throwing out the old political guard and bringing in the new is a far greater, more powerful trend: the outright rejection…