Sam Volkering

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. Websites and financial e-letters Sam writes for:

What Will it Take for Crypto Mass Adoption?

Money in itself is whatever we all decide to accept, but also it’s whatever the central banks decided we should accept. A central bank for instance could decide that thin pieces of plastic will no longer be money.

How to Profit from Centuries of Drug Abuse

On next Wednesday, 17 October, Canada will officially legalise cannabis. They have had a legal medicinal market for years now. And we’re already seeing some of the world’s biggest cannabis stocks (mostly Canadian) rocket higher in price.

Should You Buy NIO Stock?

China has a notorious reputation from days gone by of making rubbish cars. For a country built on manufacturing you’d think they’d sort it out by now. But it looks like they might...

How to Profit from Australia’s Political Instability

The best description of Australian politics over the last few decades is a ‘kakistocracy’. You may not know of that term but the Merriam-Webster dictionary defines it as, ‘Government by the worst people’. That sums up Australia’s political situation perfectly. And it doesn’t seem to be in any rush to change.
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