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China's Aggression Can't Be Ignored

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted June 26, 2020

The fact that China, the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic, is spending more money on defense and choosing to cut costs elsewhere should tell you something about its intentions. This aggression will not stand...

An Old-Fashioned Feud

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted June 25, 2020

Hatfields vs. McCoys, Hamilton vs. Burr, Al Capone vs. Bugs Moran, Donald Trump vs. well, everyone. Now we have Elon Musk vs... Who? Outsider Club editor Jimmy Mengel has the details on Musk and Tesla's latest feud...

A “Coulda Shoulda” Moment for Investors Is Happening Now

Written by Adam English
Posted June 23, 2020

Outsider Club editor Adam English recalls his first "coulda shoulda" moment in investing, and a few more others that have stung. More importantly, he divulges some information on the next possible "coulda shoulda" moment for investors going on right now...

linkfest 6.20.20-6.21.20

Written by Outsider Club
Posted June 21, 2020

Today we bring you this week's top stories from Outsider Club...

A Death in the Market

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted June 18, 2020

It's finally happened: this turbulent market has claimed an actual life. Outsider Club editor Jimmy Mengel discusses the pitfalls of investing in the market as if its a video game, and the benefits of investing in actual video games...

Inflation Is in the Eye of the Beholder

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted June 18, 2020

With the economy still reeling, stocks simply aren't trustworthy. We could see another crash at any moment. And the Fed has made it perfectly clear that it stands ready to blast away with its money cannon at even the slightest prompting.

The Fed Is Now Fixing a Problem That Doesn't Exist

Written by Adam English
Posted June 16, 2020

The debt market is running more smoothly than it has in a long time, but the Fed just deployed its last tool to fix it. What is it thinking? Outsider Club editor Adam English explains why if something isn't broke, you don't fix it...

Linkfest 6.13.20-6.14.20

Written by Outsider Club
Posted June 14, 2020

Today we bring you this week's top stories from Outsider Club...

This Market Is Set to Grow 123%

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted June 12, 2020

Over the past few weeks, Jason Simpkins has gone out of his way to detail a relatively small market that's poised for incredible growth. It's not one many investment analysts ever mention, either. It's flying under the radar, so to speak...

The Virus is Breathing New Life Into This

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted June 11, 2020

One industry is witnessing a resurrection from the coronavirus. And it's not the one you think. Outsider Club editor Jimmy Mengel discusses a trend that is resurfacing during the pandemic and how investors can take advantage...

Hydrogen Trains Keep Chugging Along

Written by Adam English
Posted June 9, 2020

While we all remain focused on the pandemic and protests it is easy to let some of the most promising developments in energy and transportation fall to the wayside. Hydrogen fuel cells' time is coming and the time to invest is already here...

The Mystery Men Are Back… and They’re Everywhere

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted June 5, 2020

A few years ago, Outsider Club editor Jason Simpkins wrote about the mystery men terrorizing Baltimore. Well, now they're back, and they're everywhere...

The Death of Public Trust

Written by Ryan Stancil
Posted June 4, 2020

Everyone who isn’t a cop is the enemy.

Insert Coins Here

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted June 4, 2020

It sounds silly at first but this a strange and fascinating tale where millions of dollars are at stake for what amounts to mere child's play. And it's completely real...

The Great Extraction Enters a New Phase

Written by Adam English
Posted June 2, 2020

One in four workers unemployed, a new lost decade, a pandemic, a society pushed to the brink by decades of inequality across any metric you can imagine. All while the top 1% makes sure their gravy train keeps on rolling. This cannot last much longer...