Garrett Baldwin gives an updated list of stocks to watch during the current market upswing.
When he passed away last September at the age of 91, T. Boone Pickens generated dozens of media biographies. Nearly all of them missed a key detail about his last years…
Of course, a billionaire with his reputation as a savvy business leader would no doubt get lots of obituaries written about him. And most focused on his very successful career as an oil and gas baron.
It's easy to see why. After all, in 2007 alone, he is reported to have earned more than $2.7 billion from his two energy-investing funds.
So, it may sound surprising for me to suggest that those obituaries were inaccurate…
Here's the thing – at least two years before his death, Pickens went through a sea change and closed his energy funds. He became a massive backer of solar technology.
Now, I spoke to you recently about all the opportunity that I'm seeing heading our way, thanks to the solar revolution. No doubt, a smart businessman like T. Boone Pickens also realized the sheer scope of this technological transformation. It all comes down to basic science.
Boone (as he was known) saw what many people are beginning to see: Renewables are the next generation in energy production.
His move into solar is a major signal of the profit potential we can unlock from this sector.
This same sentiment has reached another key audience – one that will supercharge solar's growth.
You see, deep in the heart of American coal country, experts are putting their faith in sunlight… Full Story
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is getting crushed today because of trade wars.
U.S. President Donald Trump wants to block Chinese companies from investing in U.S. tech.
However, the biggest concern today is what EU tariffs will do to businesses in the United States.
The Dow Jones today posted a 100-point gain in premarket trading following yesterday's dramatic sell off.
Due to ongoing worries over trade and Sino-U.S. trade relations, Tuesday was the sixth consecutive drop in the Dow Jones Industrial average.
While the Dow might fall more than 300 points every now and then, it's important to have a strategy to make solid gains from buying opportunities.
The Dow Jones today futures fell 187 points this morning after President Donald Trump suggested that any discussion of a thaw in Chinese trade relations were premature.
Trump said that he is "not satisfied" with the current state of trade discussions, even though other members of his administration, including Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, appeared optimistic about a deal.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down today more than 600 points.
Between tariffs and an unfavorable report, investors are fleeing the market.
Friday's Dow Jones drop was one of the biggest of all time.
But we're not worried, and neither should you be.
Last June I made an observation that the Dow Jones Industrial Average would hit 60,000 at a time when it was trading at only 21,171.57 – a seemingly incomprehensible 183.4% increase.
Yet here we are.
The Dow closed at 26,392.79 Thursday, a new record high in a string of an unprecedented 10 records recorded in 2018 already.
And 60,000 still seems incomprehensible to most investors.
Not if you do the math.
Hitting 60,000 by 2027 – 10 years on – is not only feasible, but highly likely. In fact, getting there from here requires a compound return of just 9.56% over the next nine years.
Shah's made some pretty big market predictions, including big calls about the Dow.
The Dow Jones hit a new record this week, closing at 21,144 on Thursday. Does this mean investors should cash out and take the gains, or sit back and wait for more growth?