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The Coming Resource Wars

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 14, 2005

For decades China has been slowly closing in around the US. They've infiltrated our economy and bought our debt.

The Next Whole Foods

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted July 13, 2005

While this is certainly good news for the natural food retailer and the LOHAS market as a whole, investors looking for new LOHAS plays aren't about to chase a $126 stock that's plastered all over CNBC and Fox News.

Manganese

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 12, 2005

What is it? It's not shiny enough to be silver. It's not black enough to be coal. But it may soon become one of the most sought after elements in the world.

Gasoline Prices

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 11, 2005

The recent Lundberg Survey shows that the US average retail gasoline price has again hit a new record high. $2.33 a gallon!

Dennis the Menace

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 8, 2005

Category 4 Hurricane Dennis, blasting 150 mph winds, is heading for the US. Yesterday Dennis killed five people, collapsed a bridge and blocked roads with downed power lines and trees in Haiti and Jamaica.

Let There be Jobs...

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 8, 2005

As the US economy prepares for the season's fourth hurricane today, stocks surged on the latest job creation report.

H 2 Oh no!

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted July 8, 2005

It's been well over two years that I've been talking to my readers about the impending oil shortage.

Thomas Hobbes Returns

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 7, 2005

Sometime around 4 in the morning while I was dreaming of lying on the beach sipping on a chilled Chardonnay, four explosions devastated the waking city of London.

Profit Validation for a Fast Food Nation

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted July 6, 2005

So here's the million dollar question... Less than a decade ago, did you ever expect that one day you'd walk into a McDonalds and find illuminated ads for green salads, organic dressings and yogurt with fruit and granola?

July 4th Weekend

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted July 5, 2005

We hosted another 4th of July cookout this year. But this time we hosted my wife's side of the family. The Ng's. The Chinese.

First it's Canadian Oil...

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted July 5, 2005

First it's Canadian Oil. Now it's Canadian Uranium. As we've said before, China is becoming a major competitor in the continuing struggle for energy and resources.

Free Trade, Globalization, and National Security

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted June 30, 2005

The United States has had a long history of supporting free trade. As a stanch capitalist, I support free trade whole heartily.

Water Scarcity

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted June 29, 2005

You already know I'm bullish on water. And you know that my regular readers were in water early. But even though we've already realized some fantastic gains in the sector, it's still early days.

Okay, Panic

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted June 28, 2005

We've been warning you for months that this could quickly become the summer of fear and loathing as energy grids, pushed to the limits, are forced into rolling blackouts.

Mad Cow vs. the American Carnivore

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted June 27, 2005

A second case of mad cow was confirmed on U.S. soil Friday when tests revealed a cow, previously cleared of the illness, was in fact contaminated. Though cattle futures were not adversely affected today.