Posted June 20, 2005
I opened my personal portfolio this morning and what did I see...RED!!
Posted June 17, 2005
Mitsubishi Materials Corp said on Thursday it has made the world's largest gold bar.
Posted June 15, 2005
Wealth Daily Editor Brian Hicks offers his guide to understanding and investing in options.
Posted June 9, 2005
Energy resources, in particular, are the lubrication of the economy. They make things go. Energy = Power. If you have a lot of it, and it's cheap, you can make your economy grow. And the nation, along with its citizens, can enjoy phenomenal wealth.
Posted May 31, 2005
All the major oil companies, Exxon-Mobil, BP-Amoco, Shell, Chevron-Texaco, are now bracing for the oil bombshell.
Posted May 16, 2005
A few months ago in a Wealth Daily issue titled "The Castration of Competition," I wrote about "pop" science's obsession with eliminating competition from the public school system.
Posted April 18, 2005
It makes you wonder. What's the market seeing on the horizon that has it in such a bad mood?
Posted April 15, 2005
While the broader market has been undergoing a brutal and devastating correction, my readers have been enjoying phenomenal gains. Even today when the Dow dropped another 100 points!
Posted March 31, 2005
Phantom Trader here. And I have three predictions.
Posted March 14, 2005
I just returned from Wyoming after spending a Wealth Daily "brain trust" weekend with Mike Schaefer and the Phantom Trader.
Posted March 8, 2005
Baltimore has turned schizophrenic. On the way home yesterday, I opened the moon-roof, rolled down the windows, and played some tunes by the Man in Black.
Posted March 7, 2005
Before I get into today's Wealth Daily letter, I want to quote Bill O'Grady, who is an energy futures analyst at A.G. Edwards. He recently spoke at the Illinois Oil & Gas Association's annual convention.
Posted March 3, 2005
Last night, I was talking with a friend about the state of the world. Nice enough guy, but he knows nothing about geopolitics.
Posted February 24, 2005
First they started calling me Mr. Water Shortage, now I'm labeled a "Gloom and Doomer."