The Jobs We Want Robots To Take

There will always be a crucial role on the front lines for people, but there are going to be far fewer of them and they will be exposed to far less danger in the very near future thanks to robotics and automation. Outsider Club editor Adam English explains inside...

By Adam English on November 20, 2018

Why I'm Quitting Resource Stocks

The December rate hike and the volatility a rising dollar will cause globally is the setup for an explosive 2019 as the Fed will blink and reverse course, leading to a sector rotation that finally acknowledges the deep value in the resource space.

By Gerardo Del Real on November 19, 2018

The Original Pot Bug Looks Forward

“The Coming Pot Boom” is only beginning, and we predict it will spread to every corner of the planet. Mr. Dines is "The Original Pot Bug" and took a bold stance early on, leading to massive gains for the readers of The Dines Letter. Here is an excerpt from the October edition of The Dines Letter...

By James Dines on November 17, 2018

I’m Proud to Show You This Cutting-Edge Investment Opportunity

We’re on the precipice, the verge of a new era. It’s already begun, but it’s yet to fully take off (no pun intended). It’s the age of the drone. These stocks are the very best plays in the field. They’re at the cutting edge of this robot revolution. And I’m truly excited to share them with you...

By Jason Simpkins on November 16, 2018

Why All The Vanadium Hype?

There is a specific Chinese catalyst that is driving the current frenzy. This month, the Chinese government is requiring much more vanadium to be used in its steelmaking process. Outsider Club founder Nick Hodge tips investors off on how they can get some exposure to this space...

By Nick Hodge on November 14, 2018

The Right And Wrong Infrastructure Plays

There are fantastic infrastructure projects being planned and funded right now that have nothing to do with the government. The right infrastructure plays will save consumers money over time and generate profits going forward. The government wishes it could deliver, but it can’t. Companies like this one can...

By Adam English on November 13, 2018

Analysis and Opinion

How the Mainstream Media is Wrong About the Migrant Crisis

Written By Ryan Stancil
Posted November 5, 2018

Secret Behind Ford’s “Model T” Could Power Every Home in America

Written By Nick Hodge
Posted October 24, 2018

The Only Sure Thing In Investing

Written By Outsider Club
Posted October 5, 2018

Resources and Reports

Private Placements: How to Make the Tools of the Ultra-Rich Work for You

When a company needs to raise money, they can do it in the private market instead of the public market so they can do it faster and so they can avoid fees. If they raise money privately, they can avoid having to register the securities and they can also avoid having to file a prospectus.

The World's Most Powerful Secret Societies

Secret Societies like the Bilderbergs, Freemasons, and Skull and Bones fraternity have considerable sway in global politics. It's impossible to say what their agendas really are. We only know that they work towards their own ends, using their insider status and unscrupulous means for their own profit and empowerment.

Investing In CryptoCurrency

Cryptocurrency is the future of currency and investor’s are taking full advantage. This next generation of currency is faster, safer, and more convenient. They’re decentralized, which means they’re not subject to the whim or credit of a government. They’re independent of central banks. They can’t be traced or devalued.

Investing in Marijuana Stocks

If you had the opportunity to invest in alcohol right before the end of prohibition, would you do it? The marijuana industry is very young, making this a pivotal moment for investing. Inside we explain the method to the madness and why investing in marijuana could prove to be extremely lucrative.

The Legend of James Dines: The “Original Goldbug”

Back in the 1950s James Dines walked into his office at 18 Wall Street, New York, NY, and was promptly told to pack his things. He’d been fired for making bullish gold predictions. He was correct. Over the next decade and a half, gold prices soared from $35 per ounce to a peak of $486.
Investing in Marijuana Without Getting Burned