Articles by Matthew Carr
Matthew Carr is the Chief Trends Strategist of The Oxford Club. He is the Editor of Profit Trends, Strategic Trends Investor, The VIPER Alert, Dynamic Fortunes and Trailblazer Pro. His unique take on investing has led to countless outsized gains, including the largest returns in Club history.
With almost two decades of financial experience under his belt, Matthew’s expertise ranges from classic industries such as oil and mining to cutting-edge markets like small cap tech, cannabis and cloud computing. If it’s moving the markets, you can bet Matthew is there.
Internet of Things Companies Present an Overlooked Opportunity
The global Internet of Things security market is projected to be worth more than $36.5 billion by 2025, so internet security companies are a must-have for investors.
Tech Stocks: Shares of This Innovation Are Skyrocketing
Our world is moving quicker than ever before. A couple of weeks ago, I wrote…Read more
Two Pot Stocks to Watch This Week
Cannabis has been on a tear, and these two companies can tell us how to position ourselves to gain in the months ahead.
Nickel Prices Spike After Tesla’s Conference Call
Nickel prices rose after Elon Musk called on miners in Tesla’s second quarter conference call.
Shares of Planet 13 Holdings Are Still a “Buy”
The company that’s dominating the Nevada cannabis market has shares coming off all-time highs. But they still have more upside ahead.
The Gold Market Bull Run Has More Upside Ahead
Gold skyrocketed to $1,900 an ounce and still has room left to run.
Gold Investing Continues to Shine
Gold outperformed every other asset in the first half of 2020 and continues to rocket higher.
Breakthrough Theory: Investing in Today’s Tech Stocks
This theory demonstrates how the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of certain technologies.
This Cannabis Market Forecast Is a Slam Dunk for Investors
By 2024, the American medical and recreational cannabis markets could reach $37 billion.
Space Stocks: The Space Race Is Heating Up
This space race isn’t between countries. Rather, tech giants are competing to launch internet from space.