Editorial

How we’ll collect 4.1% disruption-proof dividends

February 18, 2019

Last summer on a Friday in late June, 33,000 Americans lost their jobs.

That was the day Toys “R” Us shut its doors for good.

The company had been selling toys since 1948…

It once ran a 110,000 square-foot store in NYC’s Times Square, one of the most valuable pieces…

How to safely profit from the mother of all disruptions

February 11, 2019

What has been the most financially disruptive event of this century?

Many Americans would answer this question with a number:

2008.

No more need be said… we all know exactly what “2008” means.

It was a year filled with trauma, stress, and anxiety.

During the 2008 financial crisis, more than…

Meet the invisible watchdog who’s keeping you safe

February 4, 2019

Today I’m going to tell you about the most important little company you’ve never heard of. 

Not 1 in 500 investors know its name.

But you likely use its services every day.

Huge clients like Major League Baseball and the US government happily pay it many millions of dollars.

And…

The brilliant guy who tricked an emperor

January 28, 2019

[Stephen’s note: Last week’s American Disruption Summit was a huge success. A big thanks to the thousands of investors who tuned in from around the world.

In today’s RiskHedge Report, I’m handing the reins to RiskHedge Chief Investment Officer Chris Wood. Below, he explains the secret behind why…

“Druck” the bloodhound is buying disruptors. Are you?

January 14, 2019

Has billionaire Stan Druckenmiller been reading RiskHedge?

“Druck,” if you don’t know him, might be the greatest investor alive today.

He’s low-key and rarely gives interviews. But his track record is astonishing…

Druck strung together 30 straight profitable years from 1980 to 2010.

During that time he earned returns of…

What to do with your money in a bear market

January 7, 2019

“Sell everything, I can’t take anymore!”

My stockbroker friend got a phone call from a hysterical client on Christmas Eve.

She was panicking over all the money she had lost in the market… and was demanding to sell her whole portfolio of stocks.

December, as you surely know, was horrendous…

A special peek behind the curtain at RiskHedge

January 2, 2019

Happy holidays from the whole team here at RiskHedge.

Our offices are closed this week while we spend time with family. So today we’re doing something a little different…

Instead of the usual weekly essay, I’m sharing a lively “behind the scenes” conversation I recently had with RiskHedge Chief Investment…

Buy this small stock that turns data into cash

December 26, 2018

Peter Cavicchia got fired for spying on his bosses.

He was a former US Secret Service agent in charge of running JPMorgan’s (JPM) employee surveillance program.

His job was to make sure employees weren’t up to anything illegal, like insider trading.

Although all big banks have surveillance teams, Cavicchia’s was…

Muffins, dogs, and self-driving cars

December 17, 2018

America’s top researchers were stumped.

How do you teach a computer to “see?”

By 2012 technology had advanced a great deal. For 199 bucks you could buy a tiny supercomputer called the iPhone 5.

You could talk to it—and it would talk back. It could hail you a cab or…