Sam Volkering

Sam Volkering is an Editor for Money Morning and is small-cap, cryptocurrency and technology expert. He’s not interested in boring blue chip stocks. He’s after explosive investments; companies whose shares trade for cents on the dollar, cryptocurrencies that can deliver life-changing returns. He looks for the ‘edge of the bell curve’ opportunities that are often shunned by those in the financial services industry. If you’d like to learn about the specific investments Sam is recommending in either small-cap stocks or cryptocurrencies, take a 30-day trial of his small-cap investment advisory Australian Small-Cap Investigator here, or a 30-day trial of his industry leading cryptocurrency service, Sam Volkering’s Secret Crypto Network here. But that’s not where Sam’s talents end. Sam specialises in finding new, cutting edge tech and translating that research into how the future will look — and where the opportunities lie. It’s his job to trawl the world to find, analyse, research and recommend investments in the world’s most revolutionary companies. He recommends the best ones he finds in his premium investment service, Revolutionary Tech Investor. Sam goes to the lengths of the globe and works 24/7 to get these opportunities to you before the mainstream catches on. Click here to take a 30-day no-obligation trial of Revolutionary Tech Investor today. Websites and financial e-letters Sam writes for:

What the ISX and NSX Deal Really Means

Can you see the irony here? A competing stock exchange with its stock listed on its competitor’s stock exchange. That’s the situation with the National Stock Exchange of Australia (NSX).

Is Crypto Still Worth the Punt?

The bad news is that if you still don’t own bitcoin, you’ve missed some of the biggest returns on an asset class in the history of everything. Sorry. That’s just the lay of the land. That’s not to say the ride is over for bitcoin.

Profiting from the ‘Death’ of Aussie Retail

People still buy stuff in Australia. It’s just the kind of stuff they buy has radically changed. That’s because tastes, styles, fashions, and perception of value has changed. Stores that can’t figure out how to deal with that struggle and die.

Australia Day Is Fake News

You know what Australia Day really is? It’s the country’s first example of fake news. And we’ve all bought into it. Today, the war on fake news begins.
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