Unlike other industries (including oil and gas), there has been little innovation in the mining industry in recent decades, with one group of analysts observing that “miners from 50 years ago would find little has changed if they entered today’s mines….” One company, however, is looking to reverse this trend, a firm the author of today’s article describes as “a first-of-its-kind quant shop that aims to use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to revolutionize the mineral exploration business.” For more on this company, which also uses AI to screen for the best investment opportunities among exploration companies, CLICK HERE.
Today’s article highlights a number of potentially undervalued stocks in each and every sector – from Basic Materials to Healthcare to Utilities. In addition to these 32 specific stocks that may be worthy of further research and consideration, the article provides an overview of what equity analysts see as “the biggest themes and the best remaining investment opportunities in each sector.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Sales of e-cigarettes and vaping devices are expected to exceed $10 billion this year, according to a Wells Fargo estimate – and Bloomberg Industries anticipates that sales will surpass those of traditional cigarettes by 2047. If those statistics aren’t enough to convince you of the investment opportunity the exploding vaping industry represents, the author of today’s article outlines several more factors to consider – including how the trend towards marijuana legalization “has added another revenue layer to the vaping industry.” To read more, CLICK HERE.
Back in 2003 the author of today’s article recognized the disruptive nature of – and money-making opportunity presented by – the iPod at a time when it was largely viewed as a niche product. Now, he is focusing in on another “misunderstood” technology that he believes will be revolutionary: the blockchain, “the transaction system for the burgeoning digital currency industry.” Why might this under-the-radar technology be set to explode – and how can investors play the trend? CLICK HERE to find out.
“The implications are immense and widespread,” states the author of today’s article of driverless car technology. He anticipates there will be 10 million self-driving cars on the roads by 2020 and that, by 2030, one in four cars will be self-driving. And those are his conservative estimates! More importantly, in addition to being immense and widespread, the implications of self-driving cars are investible. What sectors are likely to morph…or vanish altogether? What sectors are likely to represent profit-making opportunities for investors? CLICK HERE to find out.
Much has been written about the potential investment opportunities associated with the aging of the baby boomers. What about potential investment opportunities associated with the ever-increasing economic influence of millennials? Today’s article highlights “seven stocks [that] should grow and thrive with the millennial generation.” From the obvious (Facebook) to the perhaps less obvious (online dating powerhouse Match Group) to the perhaps counterintuitive (crisis-plagued Chipotle), CLICK HERE to see all seven millennial-friendly stocks and why their best days may lie ahead.
“Small and mid-sized companies are often overlooked by many or even most investors. That’s unfortunate because there are many excellent investment opportunities that can be found in these equity classes. However, an argument could be made that between the small and mid-cap equity classes, the best and perhaps less risky investment opportunities are found in mid-caps.” Today’s article provides an overview of ten “interesting and attractively valued mid-sized companies for growth or total return” (including the entertainment company AMC Networks and Panera Bread), as well as an “Investment Thesis” for each. To learn about these ten companies, CLICK HERE.