Houston Has A Friend In Stream Energy

The people at Stream Energy have earned themselves a lot of friends in the Houston area because of the actions that they have taken. They watched with the rest of the country as the city of Houston was hit by Hurricane Harvey. It was a devastating blow that left some people without their lives, property, or other important objects. This kind of grief all boiled into one particular geographic area was almost too much for some to handle. Fortunately, there are companies like Stream Energy that stepped in to help.

The people at Stream Energy teamed up with individuals from Hope Supply Co. to help figure out some plans of actions for how they could deliver the most help to the most people in the immediate impacted area. What they decided was that they would need to create a branch of the company that was specifically dedicated to charitable giving. If they could do that then it would be a lot easier to reach those who needed to be reached.

They settled on doing this and it has worked out well. People in Houston have appreciated the help that they have received from Stream Energy, and the company has appreciated the flood of free press that they have gotten for doing this. This was not the primary reason why they opted to help out, but it is something that helped push the needle in the direction that it needed to go.

Corporate America is actually pretty good about giving to help out their communities as we speak. They do this in a number of ways, but the important thing is that they do it at all. In 2016 alone corporations gave away $19 billion dollars to charities and worthy causes throughout the country and in other parts of the world as well. This has been very much noticed and appreciated.

We stand at a moment when there is simply too many problems in the world to tackle them all. It is nice to know that some companies are at least attempting to do what they can to try to make things a little better.

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20111116006081/en/Stream-Energy-Offers-Customers-Exclusive-Bill-Payment

Shervin Pishevar’s Surprising Economic Advice

Shervin Pishevar thinks that gold is a good investment in the short term. This is one of the nuggets of positive information I was able to glean off of his latest Twitter rant. The rant lasted a little less than 24 hours and nobody is really sure why the former head of Sherpa Capital took to Twitter so aggressively.

But I’m going to take advice where I can find it. Shervin Pishevar has built empires based on his knowledge of the economy and some of this information is actionable. He believes that gold is going to rise in value as the stock market collapses more than 6,000 points. This dire prediction can actually make an investor a lot of money.

Most people do not know that they can make money off a downturn in the stock market. You can invest in safe bets like gold when the economy collapses. You can also bet against the stock market and make money when everything tanks. And Shervin Pishevar believes everything is about to tank big time.

I would advise pulling your money out of Bitcoin. He believes the cryptocurrency is about to crash down to the $2000-$5000 range. He also believes that Bitcoin will continue to rise slowly over the next two years. I would wait for the currency to collapse before buying up as much as I could so long as I had the money to make a long-term investment.

I would be pulling my money out of bonds and equities, as well. Shervin Pishevar predicts that these two markets will become extremely volatile with the bond market trying to rally after the stock market collapses. It will do so for only a short period of time before it and the equities market collapse. He believes that this is all due to the president’s trade wars.

It seems that Shervin Pishevar also recommends pulling investments out of Silicon Valley. He believes that innovation has stagnated in the tech valley and that others will innovate beyond their comprehension. Innovation, he says, is a borderless idea and not confined to a geographical area.

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Stansberry Makes Bold Claim about Walmart Stock Investment

The investment at Stansberry Research analysts made an extremely bold claim as they recommended the Walmart stock for investment. This is surprising, considering that most investors agree on their positions on Walmart, and generally most do not recommend it.

 

The claim is located within an article authored by Stansberry. The claim suggests that even though the Walmart stock has lost significant value and most people believe it is a good time to sell their way out of the stock, investors should still consider the retailer for investment because it could potentially offer an opportunity to investors who are willing to look at the bigger picture. The perspective at which the stock should be looked at could be debated, but the straightforward claim is that Stansberry Research believes there could be a hidden opportunity that many could be losing out on, with one of the largest monopoly store chains in the entire country.

 

The values that Stansberry Research represents to its readers are among the reasons the company is widely recognized and respected. They work by a standard set of expectations and commitments to quality work ethics and techniques. The company remains dedicated and committed to working hard to ensure that their contributors provide the experiences and strategies that the readers are expecting.

 

It is hard to ignore the contrarian claim that was made in the Walmart related recommendation that Stansberry published. The real question is whether actions will take place in the investment markets to solidify the words that were written to make the claim in the first place. It is entirely possible that Walmart could actually prove to be valuable heading into the future, but the claim seems to contradict most beliefs within the industry. Walmart is heavily tracked, and the stock generally has been falling or remaining in stagnation for extended periods of time. Only time will tell whether this claim earns reader the opportunity to profit off of a long-shot recommendation.