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Profit from the Retail Apocalypse

February 13, 2020

Online shopping is increasingly taking the place of visiting brick and mortar retail locations.

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More Cash from Global Warming

February 6, 2020

Last week, I explained why renewable energy isn’t just a fad. The economics of working with wind, solar, hydropower and other renewables, including energy from waste (EFW), continues to make sense for the bottom line.

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Cashing in On Global Warming

January 31, 2020

Renewable energy isn’t just a fad, nor a political football game, regardless of which side of the global warming debate you reside. The economics of working with wind, solar, hydropower and other renewables continues to work for the bottom line and not just for show or for feel-good actions.

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Parking Cashflows from the Oldest Means of Income Investing

January 23, 2020

Real estate is no new investment. According to the Pew Research Center’s analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data, 37% of Americans rent out their homes. While real estate is a common way to make residual income, it comes with a laundry list of responsibilities.

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A Sneak Peek of My Latest Webinar

January 16, 2020

Every month, Profitable Investing subscribers are invited to an exclusive, members-only webinar where I cover the current market landscape, review our individual holdings and answer dozens of members’ questions live on air.

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Australian Lessons for More Income & Growth

January 9, 2020

With the US economy continuing to grow throughout 2019 and projected to expand through 2020, many are becoming concerned about the viability of keeping the world’s largest economy on the boil.

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Income from Down on the Farm

January 2, 2020

Food is a critical problem for the world. With the global population continuing to expand, currently at 7.7 billion people and projected to top nine billion in the coming years, agriculture firms stress to produce more and more crops as well as livestock for a hungry world.

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Credit for More Cash in 2020

December 26, 2019

There are two main sources for corporations to fund their debts. The first is commercial banks for loans. The second is the corporate bond market where larger sums are raised.

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Cash in from the Used Car Market

December 19, 2019

I am constantly consuming news and information. From the start of my day with a pile of newspapers and financial journals to my Bloomberg Terminal and other media, I take notes and develop ideas.

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Why the Market Remains a Value at All-Time Highs

December 12, 2019

As tracked by the S&P 500 Index, the US stock market has gained 26% in price and 28.5% in total return for the year to date. Those are remarkable numbers.

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