Posted April 7, 2022
All the proclamations from presidents won’t matter. They may claim credit but they don’t deserve it. The companies and shareholders that move early will.
Posted April 6, 2022
According to a report from local Milwaukee news station WISN 12, the owners of two local gas stations are suing Woodman’s for selling cheap gasoline.
Posted April 5, 2022
With Putin's forces now retreating from Kyiv, it's clear that Russia's military prowess was overstated. Outsider Club editor Jason Simpkins has the details...
Posted April 1, 2022
While the U.S. sits comfortably, a startling new set of numbers was just released by the United Nations that shows a world going up in flames.
Posted March 31, 2022
There are real costs to what is now considered fallout from a failing system, though it should be seen as a market share grab that could never last.
Posted March 30, 2022
Biden did almost everything he could to hinder U.S. oil and gas production. But now it's Russia's fault there's an oil and gas supply-side problem?
Posted March 25, 2022
I knew the number was going to be big — but I didn't know how big. In today's article, I outline the defense spending increase and its implications.
Posted March 24, 2022
The old axes in World War II are becoming the new stalwart allies. Times are changing, the world is arming, and we'll need all the friends we can get.
Posted March 23, 2022
The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. Today editor Luke Burgess goes over three of the safest silver stocks to play a precious metals rally.
Posted March 22, 2022
The implications carry far beyond the unprecedented worldwide rearming of militaries. The scramble has started to secure the most crucial supplies, and the importance is far greater than the day-to-day body count today.
Posted March 21, 2022
From Beethoven to culinary delicacies, editor Alex Boulden discusses fascinating stories and how they can shed some light on the current military conflict.
Posted March 18, 2022
The Fed surprised no one by raising rates this week. It was a given, a slam dunk. But stable economic growth should be expected for the future.
Posted March 17, 2022
Here are the stories of two ships sunk in the Atlantic Ocean nearly 25 years apart, the Lusitania and the Reuben James. Here is what binds them together, and why they matter to us today.
Posted March 16, 2022
2022 is projected to be a rebound year for the food service industry. These two food and beverage ETFs could see substantial growth in the coming months...
Posted March 14, 2022
Our lawmakers are getting rich off insider trading, but there’s one sector of the economy that even Washington insiders can’t access...