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Anthony Planas

Anthony PlanasAnthony PlanasInternal Analyst

Anthony Planas joined Banyan Hill in 2017 as a research analyst. A market “outsider,” Anthony uses his science background to create an objective view of investments. This approach allows him to overcome the emotional biases that plague the average investor.

A biogeographer by training, Anthony earned a master’s degree from Florida Atlantic University. He designed statistical models to predict fish migration patterns.

Anthony’s background in biogeography taught him to analyze giant data sets for specific patterns. That translates perfectly to financial research. He now applies those tools to find opportunities to profit in natural resources.

Since joining Matt Badiali as a research analyst for Front Line Profits and Real Wealth Strategist, Anthony’s objective approach has earned him a reputation as a trusted adviser in the natural resources space. He writes articles for both Sovereign Investor Daily and Winning Investor Daily every week.

Anthony's Articles

Follow Mining Royalty and Streaming Companies to Generational Wealth March 15, 2019 Gold, Investment Opportunities, Winning Investor Daily - Wall Street is ignoring the mining sector. Anthony Planas shows that royalty and streaming companies are the smart money to follow for big gains.
Vanadium — The Metal You Should Not Invest In March 8, 2019 Commodities, Investing, Winning Investor Daily - A world-class miner reveals the dirty truth about this hot commodity.
Forget Tesla — Panasonic Is Powering the Future of Electric Cars February 22, 2019 Investment Opportunities, Winning Investor Daily - While Tesla soaks in the glory of its Gigafactory’s fame, there’s a Japanese company behind its batteries. Anthony Planas recommends an electronics giant that’s set to make big gains in the coming years.
Caution: Natural Resource Stocks Are Dropping — We Can Guide You February 15, 2019 Winning Investor Daily - The cyclicality of natural resources seems to attract dangerous manias. But we don’t follow the herd to the day’s hot bet. We help investors navigate the natural resource space.
Natural Gas — An Unlikely Ally for Renewable Energy February 8, 2019 Winning Investor Daily - Advancements in tech will see the price of wind and solar fall another 20% to 30% over the next two years. The economics of renewables makes them a strong contestant for utilities. But it's the rise of another fuel source that will help incorporate renewables into our nation’s power grid.
VaultChain Disrupts How We Trade Gold February 1, 2019 Gold, Winning Investor Daily - Gold is a timeless asset — but its trading still needs to catch up to modern times.  
Beaten-Down Energy Producers Will Make a Comeback January 25, 2019 Oil, Winning Investor Daily - The oil services sector is beaten down. Shares of oil service providers are lower now than they were when oil bottomed in 2016.
How to Profit From the Maritime Fuel Revolution January 18, 2019 Soft Commodities, Winning Investor Daily - Refiners that can adapt to the new demand will benefit from cleaner marine fuel. Tankers, cargo ships and even cruise liners are going to have to adopt a new type of fuel — or pay the price.
3 Simple Tips for Being a Better Stock Trader January 11, 2019 Investing, Winning Investor Daily - It’s a new year. That means it’s time for the same old resolutions that we never keep. I want to offer you a different New Year’s resolution that is easier to maintain.
Electric Cars Will Make Palladium Stocks as Pricey as Gold January 4, 2019 Best of Series, Precious Metals - Palladium ran up 35% in the second half of 2018. It is now close to gold as the most expensive precious metal.

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