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Brian Hicks


Angel Publishing

  • Company Owner at Angel Publishing
  • Frequent Guest on CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox News

About Brian

For the past 27 years, Brian Hicks has shown investors how to profit from America's innovative and dynamic economy. He is a founding member of Angel Publishing, an investment research house that has made its living predicting and profiting from some of the most profound market trends. Trends like electric vehicles, renewable energy, cryptocurrencies, robotics, and cannabis, to name but a few. Mr. Hicks calls Angel Publishing a predictive powerhouse, a herd leader that gets to the good grass first. Thirsty for his next blockbuster, his successful theory for finding tomorrow's winning stocks has landed him frequent appearances on the screens of CNBC, Bloomberg, and Fox News.

Brian's Articles

Last month, a team of scientists 3D printed something revolutionary, reports Brian Hicks, the president and founding member of Angel Publishing. Here, Hicks — along with junior market analyst Zachary Rosen — review a favorite speculative idea for 2022.
Mark Twain once said, "Whiskey is for drinking, and water is for fighting over", observes Brian Hicks, the president and founding member of Angel Publishing. Here, Hicks — along with junior market analyst Zachary Rosen — offer a favorite idea for 2022.

Brian's Videos

In November 2022, Brian hosted his annual market predictions for 2023. In this 2022 podcast, Brian argued that the S&P 500 and NASDAQ would each gain +24% for 2023 (currently up 16% and 35%, respectively)…the Dow +15% (it’s currently up 6%)...and Bitcoin was at a bottom (It has doubled this year).  This was when every Wall Street market sage called for a brutal market in 2023. Today, Brian remains bullish on stocks, but believes there will be a rotation into smaller caps and high-yield investments as inflation continues to come down and the Fed cuts rates. His target on the S&P 500 is over 5,900 in the next 24 months. 

The Covid-19 lockdowns, restrictions, and continued hysteria have produced market inefficiencies not seen in generations. Shortages in labor markets and catastrophic supply chain irregularities have given traders massive and sudden opportunities in mature industries like oil and gas & phosphate and technology. You just need to know where to look. I will highlight what our traders at Angel Publishing are recommending—including what one of our experts is calling the "the world's cheapest energy stock."

Past is prologue: There are undeniable similarities between 1920-1921 and today. Brian Hicks sees a generational bull market for the rest of the decade as the American and global economies reopen from a very low base. Sectors and industries that will lead the charge are transportation, technology, medical technology, and energy. Mr. Hicks will reveal the five stocks he's buying now, and you should too.