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Invest for You – and for Your Kids

Invest for You – and for Your Kids

This unique income investing strategy could build generational wealth for your heirs…


This $12 Billion Move From Amazon Is a Boon for Shareholders

This $12 Billion Move From Amazon Is a Boon for Shareholders

Did you miss it? Amazon just announced a $12 billion plan that should have investors cheering…


My Favorite Books

My Favorite Books

These are the four books that were most instrumental in shaping Joel’s thinking.


It’s Time for the Great Liberty Revival

It’s Time for the Great Liberty Revival

You’ll never think about money, what it means or the smartest ways to make it the same way again.


Talk Is Cheap… Inflation Is Not

Talk Is Cheap… Inflation Is Not

The folks at the Fed are talking tough… but we’ll believe them when they actually take action to fix the mess we’re in.


Stock of the Week: Breathe Easy With This Surging Biotech

Stock of the Week: Breathe Easy With This Surging Biotech

A surging biotech tackling rising asthma cases showed up on Alpesh’s radar. Find out what’s to like about the company in this week’s Stock of the Week.


Deutsche Bank Sees What We See

Deutsche Bank Sees What We See

Deutsche Bank has joined us in calling for a recession. It’s the first big bank to make the move… and more proof it’s time for something different.


Howard Schultz Does the Unthinkable: Time to Sell Starbucks?

Howard Schultz Does the Unthinkable: Time to Sell Starbucks?

Starbucks is in trouble. Input prices are surging. It can’t find key ingredients. Workers are looking to unionize. And now its new – and old – CEO, Howard Schultz, has done the unthinkable.


How This Startup Went From Zero to $1.5 Billion in One Month

How This Startup Went From Zero to $1.5 Billion in One Month

It’s the fastest an American startup has ever reached a billion-dollar valuation. The reason is simple. The company has a business model many folks have dreamed of.


The Biden Surprise: The Best Stock in the S&P

The Biden Surprise: The Best Stock in the S&P

Spending more money to patch over the problems created by previous spending is the sort of move that precedes every inflationary disaster. For investors, there’s opportunity in the “idiocracy.”