Posted September 24, 2018
Outsider Club editor Gerardo Del Real just returned from the 2018 Beaver Creek Precious Metals Summit in Colorado. The summit is a great opportunity to speak and meet with companies already on the radar andkick the tires on new companies looking to benefit from the next leg higher in the precious metals space...
Posted September 22, 2018
Several big banks and research houses have put out warnings of a looming recession and a potential bear market on the horizon given inverting yield curves, extreme overvaluations, trade wars, skyrocketing debt, etc. Outsider Club editor Dennis Slothower describes what investors should expect...
Posted September 21, 2018
With the 2018 midterm election coming up, there’s a lot of talk about cyberattacks and hacking. This kind of electioneering was a big deal in 2016, and it’s not going away. So how exactly does one “hack” an election? Outsider Club editor Jason Simpkins explains...
Posted September 21, 2018
Identities have been stolen. Tech companies and defense contractors have had trade secrets and patents exposed to competitors. And money has been stolen or extorted from banks and financial institutions. But what about physical harm?
Posted September 19, 2018
The National Marine Fisheries Service says the U.S. exported 443,719 kilograms of urchin to Japan in 2016 at a value of $31.85 million. That’s about $32.50 per pound. The first website I found with the product in stock sold it for $260 per pound. How can you take advantage of this as an investor?
Posted September 18, 2018
One company stands far above the rest when it comes to preventing a long list of infections and diseases from routine, everyday medical procedures, and virtually no one has heard of it. Outsider Club Adam English fills the readers in on this little-known biotech gem...
Posted September 17, 2018
Just a few months ago, the spot price for copper soared near the $3.30/lb. level and speculators in the space all agreed that copper was the best way to play the mega-trend that is what Outsider Club founder Nick Hodge likes to call “the electrification of everything.” Is The Copper Bull Dead?
Posted September 15, 2018
Between now and November 6th, I figure the stock market is apt to get all sorts of curve balls given how big the stakes are now. Brace yourself. Globally, every interest rate hike is now putting enormous pressure on the financial markets as we begin to invert the yield curve...
Posted September 14, 2018
It’s used to test every drug certified by the FDA. And for that reason it’s being called “the medical equivalent of gold.” Here we are in the 21st century and scientists are saying all of modern medicine would be sent back to the dark ages if it weren’t for the blood of this strange prehistoric creature...
Posted September 13, 2018
The next big medical breakthrough could come from a very unexpected place: the bottom of the sea. It could be the ticket for the biggest, safest biotech gains you’ve ever seen. Outsider Club editor Jimmy Mengel explains inside...
Posted September 12, 2018
The crypto-crickets have stopped chirping. Most every bullish Tweeter, Slacker, and Hodler has gone radio silent. CNBC has taken down its crypto banners and stopped running crypto specials. Goldman Sachs has delayed opening its crypto trading desk.
Posted September 11, 2018
“If you can’t understand the catalyst that will move an investment in your favor, you are the catalyst of someone else’s profit. Even if you understand the catalyst, you will be wrong and must have a plan. Wall Street is pretty good about cleaning up the ill prepared.”
Posted September 10, 2018
The biggest misconception about the gold price is that it’s married to the performance of the dollar. Follow the money. It usually really is that easy. The money, in this case, leads to the canary in the coal mine — Turkey. Outsider Club editor Gerardo Del Real explains...
Posted September 8, 2018
The stock market is feeling the pressure of a number of bearish factors weighing on it as we press into the month of September. We are coming to the end of this economic cycle. Outsider Club editor Dennis Slothower discusses inside...
Posted September 7, 2018
Our adversaries – Russia, China, North Korea, Iran, and others – have the capability to affect the U.S. power grid and water supply. They’ve already proven as much.