About Sam Volkering
Money Morning Australia
Sam Volkering is Editor for Money Morning and its 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.
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This is a dangerous situation but it’s a wake up call that you don’t have freedom on social media. You are under the control of people like Jack Dorsey, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
Overnight, Apple released their latest figures. And they beat expectations. That means a tidy little bump higher in their stock price today, most likely.
One week ago the UK made a milestone decision. They finally took a step forward after decades of regressive policy. They switched on the green light for their own legal drug boom. As of last week, the UK put in place laws to allow access to medical cannabis through prescription.
Don’t be fooled into thinking large-cap stocks are the arena to play in. That’s the mainstream fooling you into a false sense of security.
The big end of the market is big — really big. But you simply don’t get the kinds of returns there that will transform a portfolio. Sure you can get single digit gains. If you’re lucky they might even creep into 10% or 11% gains in a year.
By the open of the market Thursday morning (US time) it was US$508.91 billion. Now I don’t know about you, but I’ve never seen a single company lose US$120.61 billion in the blink of an eye.
Try asking your mum or dad what Apple does? Ask them what is Facebook? They’ll likely know exactly. But ask them what Alibaba does? Ask them who is Tencent? My guess is they’ll have no idea at all.
This world full of self-driving cars is coming. There’s already far too many benefits for it not to. It will be safer. It will enable people to be more efficient with their time. It will change how we get around and how we interact with each other.
The great thing about Netflix is the ability to stream virtually anything you want anytime you want. And the worst thing about Netflix is the ability to stream virtually anything you want anytime you want. We’re not sure anything in the history of anything has a positive that’s equally a negative.
As we all know the British public say ‘YES’ to Brexit. This result shocked a lot of people. Actually it really just shocked middle and upper class people from London. Everyone else in the country was sick of being the EU’s whipping boy and they wanted their Britain back.