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When the Levee Breaks

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted May 5, 2021

Yesterday, Janet Yellen said interest rates may have to rise to “make sure that our economy doesn't overheat.” Make no mistake: This was not an off-the-cuff statement. It was a trial balloon. Yellen is starting the process that will culminate with a tapering of QE and higher interest rates.

Timing Is Everything

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted May 3, 2021

It’s all well and good for you to find a technology, service, or process that is so streamlined or cost-effective or indispensable that it represents the future. But what if the market isn’t ready for that future? 

This EV Innovation Could Dethrone Tesla and Unleash a $14 TRILLION Tidal Wave

Written by Jason Williams
Posted April 30, 2021

Earlier this week, Jason Williams let you in on a secret that's been holding renewable energy back. Today, he's got the company poised to solve those problems and make investors rich in the process.

New Green Fuel Starts Disrupting the Oil Industry

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted April 29, 2021

Thanks to a very recent technological innovation, ammonia fuel can now be produced cheaply, with zero carbon emission, using only air, water, and electricity. This story is gaining momentum, and the tiny company that’s acquired the IP rights to the production process is set to soar.

Recent Discovery to Reshape Global Economy

Written by Jason Williams
Posted April 28, 2021

A new innovation is on the verge of creating a massive wealth-building opportunity for investors. Editor Jason Williams explains why it's such a big deal and how you can get invested before the crowd.

Apple Plans to Create an East Coast Hub

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted April 27, 2021

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) announced earlier this week that it’ll be spending over $1 billion on a new campus in the Raleigh, North Carolina, area, which is expected to create over 3,000 jobs.

Lumber and Tax Hikes

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted April 26, 2021

Apparently, there are only two places to invest these days. You can go with tech stocks and hope they return to their 2020 COVID trade status. Or you can go with commodities for the 2021 reopening trade. 

Let’s Get Literate

Written by Jason Williams
Posted April 23, 2021

April is financial literacy month, so let's get more literate with some steps you can take now to make your life better tomorrow. The first thing you need to do is to make a commitment to change...

Freedom of Choice

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted April 21, 2021

As an investor, it is a worthy question. How much freedom of choice do you really want? Because, if you’re the one making all the decisions, you alone own the results. Literally.

The Exact Day I Bought Me Some Weed

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted April 20, 2021

In December 2016, the only publicly traded cannabis REIT came to the market. A year later, Angel Publishing Founder Brian Hicks purchased 1,000 shares. It would become the highest of highs...

With NFTs, You Need Locks for Your Keys

Written by Jason Williams
Posted April 16, 2021

There is a new trend taking the digital asset world by storm. Wealth Daily editor Jason Williams delves into the new market springing up around NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and imparts some words of wisdom to help keep your investments safe.

Heavy Shipping's Zero-Emission Diesel Successor

Written by Alex Koyfman
Posted April 15, 2021

The International Maritime Organization’s commitment to dramatically lower annual emissions will require a massive overhaul of existing propulsion systems for the bulk of the world's heavy shipping fleets. But thanks to the existence of one long-overlooked fuel, this transition may be surprisingly painless.

The Soft Way to Own Hard Assets

Written by Jason Williams
Posted April 14, 2021

Last week, Jason Williams talked about hard assets and how they'll profit from inflation. Today he takes it a step further and examines the easiest way to own hard assets.

Impossible Foods Targets a $10 Billion Valuation

Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted April 13, 2021

Impossible Foods develops plant-based substitutes for meat products and could be considering going public within the next year. The company aims to go big by setting a target on a $10 billion valuation with its public debut.

The REAL Inflation Trend

Written by Briton Ryle
Posted April 12, 2021

Ever since the Fed reopened the cash floodgates after the COVID market crash, people have said inflation is coming. You just can't increase the money supply by as much as the Fed has and think there will be no impact on prices. At some point, inflation will force the Fed to act.