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The Illusion of Ownership: Examining the Pitfalls of Fractional Share Trading

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 31, 2023

Fractional share trading has become increasingly popular in recent years, but beneath the surface, its rise creates several concerns that demand careful consideration...

Happy Memorial Day

Written by Alexander Boulden
Posted May 29, 2023

I want to take a few minutes to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Without them, we wouldn’t have the privilege of living in the greatest country in the world.

The Best Stock to Play AI

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted May 26, 2023

Normally, Jason Simpkins wouldn’t do this… but today he's going to give away a stock from his premium investment service, Secret Stock Files.

Central Banks Keep Buying Gold

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 24, 2023

Central banks around the world have shown a significant increase in their demand for gold, with 2022 witnessing the highest annual gold purchases since 1950.

Here’s Why Electric Cars Won’t Work

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted May 23, 2023

Canada has backed itself into a corner. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has set two hard deadlines for zero-emissions vehicles.

It’s the Death of Google

Written by Alexander Boulden
Posted May 22, 2023

Last week, Congress held an exclusive hearing on artificial intelligence (AI). There were three key takeaways about the future of AI and where investors should look, but one thing is certain: Google is on the chopping block.

Here’s Why Russia Is Wetting Its Pants…

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted May 19, 2023

Ever since they set foot on Ukrainian soil last year, Russian forces have been met with failure after failure after failure. And it's only going to get worse.

Bricks to Bullion: Investors Ditch Real Estate for Gold

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 17, 2023

A new Gallup poll shows that 35% of Americans name real estate as the best long-term investment when given options including bonds, savings accounts or CDs, stocks or mutual funds, and gold. That’s quite a decline from last year’s record high of 45%.

Controversial Investing Strategy Revealed

Written by Alexander Boulden
Posted May 15, 2023

Having a gambler’s mindset is no way to be an investor. This is how you dig yourself deeper into debt — and it can lead you to consider using one of the most controversial investing strategies...

JPMorgan: Investors Moving to Gold and Tech Amid “Catastrophic Scenario”

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 10, 2023

A new report by strategists at JPMorgan Chase says investors are shifting their focus toward two contrasting sectors as recession risks loom on the horizon — gold and technology.

North Carolina House of Representatives Just Banned the “Digital Dollar”

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted May 9, 2023

Front-line lawmakers like these are the only thing standing between us and a lifetime of getting paid in company scrip...

Icahn Enterprises: What the Hell Happened?

Written by Alexander Boulden
Posted May 8, 2023

The last week was a wild one, and Alex Boulden came out of it with a heck of a story to tell. It’s a story of intrigue, pride, panic, and greed… and it all happened because of one stock — Icahn Enterprises.

Russia’s False Flag vs. The Real Drone Threat

Written by Jason Simpkins
Posted May 5, 2023

Sometimes the Russian propaganda comes in so hot and heavy Jason Simpkins wonders whether or not the Kremlin mouthpieces spewing it actually believe what they’re saying. The most recent story is that the U.S. and Ukraine tried to assassinate Putin with two small drones.

Investors Flock to Gold as Banks Collapse

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted May 3, 2023

Three of the four biggest U.S. bank failures in history have occurred over the past 55 days, with First Republic being the latest victim. And as investors grapple with the fallout, many are turning to gold as a safe haven.

Robots Take Over the Most Critical Market on Earth

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted May 2, 2023

Ninety-nine percent of robots are really just pre-programmed arms used to perform the most boring jobs known to man. But is this really the best we can do?