Much of the current wave of cannabis investment opportunities kicked off in Canada and the US. And that’s where a huge portion of the current market opportunity exists. But it’s also a story that hits places like New Zealand, Australia, Europe, Asia and the UK.
The question that most people in Australia struggle with however is who would you side with if (when) you have to choose between the US and China?
The company that’s going to change the EV industry could crush Tesla Inc [NASDAQ:TSLA]. If the EV market develops as I expect then I continue to hold the view that owning Tesla stock is the worst investment in the auto industry you could possibly make.
The same things happened in the early days. And as we know, things went quiet for a while before we had another boom and bust. Rinse and repeat, but on a bigger scale with more users, more people involved, more crypto to choose from and exponentially more value on the table.
In today’s offering, first published on 15 October, your editor Sam Volkering discusses electric vehicles, their tech, their future and the opportunities in play today.
Sure things aren’t perfectly rosy. There are issues in government, in banking and finance, in digital communications. There are problems everywhere. But none of it is really as bad as the media would have you believe.
The money continues to flow into crypto. Even in the midst of the ‘crypto winter’ there are still huge opportunities for those smart enough.
Sir Winston Churchill was a strategic mastermind. His ability to see the long game is renowned in military strategy.
There’s a long running assumption that in the lead up to Black Friday sales prices go up. That’s rubbish. But while the perils of managing cash flow in a retail business is one thing, the real question you have is, how do you make money from Black Friday sales?
Many will tell you crypto's are one big scam. Some will happily explain it’s the future of money. Some love it, many hate it. But the real question is why do the haters hate it with such vigour and bite?