The Diary

29
Apr

How the media screws retail investors

The time was 2008.

The place, a supermarket in DeSoto, Texas.

Anita Ortez had just finished shopping there and was ready to head home.

But as she started her Toyota 4Runner, she knew something was very wrong.

29
Apr

How to profit from the EV revolution

Was that Ed?

It was!

Ed was a friend of my dad’s who used to be CEO of a multi-million-dollar consulting firm.

I hadn’t seen him in years…

Until now…

At Walmart.

13
Apr

Rising from the ashes – the resurgence of the Cannabis sector

Dear Fellow Retail Investor,

Back in my hippie days (I’m old), I remember buying a bag of weed that reeked of mold.

Obviously I couldn’t complain to the Better Business Bureau about it.

13
Apr

How You Can Profit From the Revenge of Rare Earths

The time was 2008.

The place, a supermarket in DeSoto, Texas.

Anita Ortez had just finished shopping there and was ready to head home.

But as she started her Toyota 4Runner, she knew something was very wrong.

9
Apr

From CEO to Walmart Greeter – How the Government has Screwed Retirees

Was that Ed?

It was!

Ed was a friend of my dad’s who used to be CEO of a multi-million-dollar consulting firm.

I hadn’t seen him in years…

Until now…

At Walmart.

9
Apr

Best 2021 Small-Cap Rebound Stocks To Buy Now

Crisis averted.

Or so you’d think.

The Ever Given, the ship that clogged the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has been freed.

The backlog of 400 ships created by it has cleared through the canal.

19
Mar

Gold Companies are Snapping up Canadian Juniors

M&A activity in the gold sector has been hot, hot, hot this month.

Since March 10th we’ve seen three major acquisitions of junior mining companies – which is not surprising when you consider that gold stocks have been underperforming of late. Gold producers that are sitting on a lot of cash have been able to capitalize on discounted prices, and with interest rates being so low, there’s also a lot of cheap money available to finance these kinds of M&A transactions.

Despite a shaky chart over the last few months, we remain bullish on gold in the long-term. We think there’ll be a lot more M&A deals happening in the sector in the coming months, especially acquisitions of juniors that are in possession of high quality deposits that are in production or near production.

Let’s take a look at what’s happened this month.

5
Mar

How Canada Blew Its Chance to Be The Cannabis World Leader – Part 1

Dear Fellow Retail Investor,

Back in my hippie days (I’m old), I remember buying a bag of weed that reeked of mold.

Obviously I couldn’t complain to the Better Business Bureau about it.

5
Mar

Hot IPO Alert – Gage Cannabis Co.

Headquartered in Ayers, Michigan, Gage Cannabis Co. is a cultivator, curator, and retailer of high quality medicinal and recreational cannabis products. Gage also brings internationally recognized cannabis brands to market.

5
Mar

Why Gold Will Finally Shine As We Enter Market Down Leg

Despite its reputation, gold hasn’t really been the safe haven when things have gotten really ugly in the past.

In 2008, before starting a three-year bull run, gold dropped 30% in the panic sell-off.