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The 2 sectors investors should focus on now

Why the latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) data doesn't show what's really happening with inflation... The numbers the Fed should focus on instead... Why there's more pain ahead for the stock market... And two sectors Frank is still bullish on.

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Here’s what’s driving Bitcoin’s wild ride

Why the Federal Reserve's battle with inflation is triggering crypto volatility... What history can tell us about when to buy Bitcoin. Plus, GameStop's new partnership with FTX... and Ford's plans to enter the metaverse.

Chris Kline Bitcoin IRA

How to make Bitcoin a part of your retirement plan

Chris Kline, co-founder of Bitcoin IRA, shares an insider's perspective on Bitcoin’s volatility, crypto regulations, the critical issue of security... and how his company is making it easy to add Bitcoin and many other cryptos to your IRA.

Bitcoin value

Is Bitcoin a store of value?

With inflation at a 40-year high, Bitcoin should be soaring instead of crashing. Daniel digs into the reasons behind Bitcoin’s price volatility... and whether you should consider it a store of value.

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80 stocks on my buy list

Is David Tepper right about the market hitting bottom? Plus, 80 stocks trading at absurdly cheap valuations… Why the Bitcoin selloff is healthy… And why the end of SPACs is great for individual investors.

Bitcoin vs. gold

Why Bitcoin beats gold

Why you should consider owning Bitcoin vs. gold… And how to start adding Bitcoin to your 401(k). Plus, how will the markets react to the Fed’s latest interest rate action?

Natalie Brunell

Why central banks can’t compete with Bitcoin

Coin Stories host and Bitcoin enthusiast Natalie Brunell explains the benefits of crypto regulation… whether any altcoins can compete with Bitcoin… and why a central bank coin is a terrible idea. Plus, a recap of the Bitcoin 2022 conference in…

Is Warren Buffett ‘sociopathic’?

Earnings season is underway—and results are in for Delta Air Lines, JPMorgan Chase, and BlackRock. Plus, highlights from the Bitcoin conference in Miami… including Peter Thiel’s “public enemies” list (Warren Buffett is No. 1).