April 14, 2021
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In this issue of The Diary, we’re bringing you:
Revenge of the Rare Earth Metals – Why Rising Auto Theft Rates Have Nothing to Do with Cars
Dear Retail Investor,
What’s happening now that we haven’t seen since 2008?
There’s been an uptick in the theft of catalytic converters from cars.
Why? Because catalytic converters contain all 3 of the PGMs, or platinum group of metals: Platinum, Palladium and Rhodium.
No surprise when you consider how prices for the PGMs are soaring to new all-time highs not seen since 2008.
Find out how you can profit from this trend here.
Hot IPO Alert
- Rapidly growing ghost kitchen operator utilizing unique hub-and-spoke model
- Based in Taiwan, positioned to rapidly expand globally
- Develops and sells proprietary delivery-only food brands online
- Partnerships with Michelin star rated restaurants and global restaurants chains including Smith & Wollensky, TGI Friday’s
- Significant revenue growth potential – The Company has experienced rapid month over month growth rate since inception and recently added grocery delivery to its platform.
Read more about this IPO here.
In the News
These Left-Behind Stocks Are Just Starting Their Upswing
Which small-caps we’re watching in light of the recent Suez Canal shipping disaster
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.
The excitement among logisticians, however, is likely to be short-lived.
The world’s transportation networks are facing a major problem, and it’s only getting worse.
Industry insiders are already spotting some major warning signs of a slow-motion crisis.
For investors, however, it’s creating a tremendous opportunity.
And there’s a handful of small-cap stocks that have been left out of the current rally.
But they could catch up fast, and deliver big gains to investors who spot this opportunity now.
Continue reading here.
From CEO to Walmart Greeter – How the Government has Screwed Retirees
Until early 2001, there had been an informal contract between American workers and the federal government.
That contract went something like this:
Work hard, save, and when it’s time to retire, you can live off the interest on your savings.
It worked well for decades, until the Federal Reserve started cutting interest rates — causing millions of Americans to scramble for jobs when they should have been enjoying their “golden years”.
…Here’s what you, the retail investor, can do to avoid a similar fate.
Read that article here.
Are You Ready For The Next Market Move?
“Warning Signs” – Goldman Sachs
Yale’s Crash Confidence Index Higher Than Dot-Com Bubble Top
Crucial New Research: Three Fortune-Protecting Rules For Even The Toughest Markets
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