Jimmy Mengel is the chief investment strategist for The Profit Sector. He's been a financial journalist for over a decade and has had the privilege of helping hundreds of thousands of readers achieve financial independence. Mr. Mengel has traveled the globe from Africa to Colombia to Transylvania, meeting with CEOs, CFOs, and CTOs in different market sectors and brought his readers dozens of successful under-the-radar stocks in the process. The Profit Sector aims to simplify your investing and ensure short and long-term returns without resorting to the whack-a-mole game of todays investment fads.
Consumer staples stocks have proven resilient through choppy markets and have sailed strong in calmer seas; they are truly set-it-and-forget-it stocks, suggests Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Profit Sector.
It’s no secret that we humans can be a vain bunch. We want to turn back the hands of time as we age. That’s why elective cosmetic surgery has surged past pre-pandemic levels, notes Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Profit Sector.
Farmland prices have been going ballistic over the past few years, asserts Jimmy Mengel, editor and chief investment strategist at the newly launched advisory service, The Profit Sector.
According to the Motorcycle Industry Council, 2021 motorcycle sales in the U.S. continued their rise across all segments; overall motorcycle sales rose 14.2% over 2020 figures and 21.8% over 2019 figures, across all segments, notes Jimmy Mengel, editor of The Crow's Nest.
A few years ago, it was easy to buy any stock with marijuana in the name and see triple digit returns. Things have changed drastically since then...Marijuana is now a legitimate, global business that could be worth an astounding $32 billion by 2022. More states are legalizing it, more countries are opening up to it and more big business in flooding into the space. is the time to invest -- but you need to know exactly how to separate the weed from the chaff. Jimmy Mengel will give you his three major rules for investing in the right cannabis stocks for both short and long-term gains...and share a couple of companies that he thinks will stand the test of time.