You rely on The Profit Sector to bring you the most honest and profitable investment advice around. We do that every day. But there are so many fascinating things happening around the world that we can’t cover it all.
Some of them are revelatory, some of them are practical, and some of them are just plain bizarre.
Here are a few things we discovered this week that were not fit to print.
U.S. Sailors Have Been Drinking Jet Fuel for Years
Sailors aboard a US Navy aircraft carrier recently found themselves drinking and bathing in water contaminated with jet fuel. Veterans say this problem is one that has spanned decades and many different ships.
Alone at the Edge of the World
Susie Goodall wanted to circumnavigate the globe in her sailboat without stopping.
As the only woman to enter The Golden Globe Race, a so-called “voyage for madmen,” the race entailed sailing solo and nonstop around the world in a small boat without modern technology.
Pretty, blue-eyed, and blonde-haired, she was a far cry from what the world expected of old mariners and weathered adventurers.
An ACL Tear That Heals Itself?
Treatment for a torn ACL typically involves surgically reconstructing the ligament with harvested tissue. But what if a new type of treatment could prompt the ruptured ligament to just grow back together again on its own?
Cannabis Stocks Surge on Biden News
Shares of U.S.-listed marijuana growers and sellers surged on Thursday after President Joe Biden took executive action to change U.S. policy on the drug, pardoning all prior federal offenses of simple marijuana possession.
Canopy and Tilray were both up over 20%…
New ETF Allows You to Bet Against Jim Cramer
What started as a meme has finally become reality: someone invented the Inverse Cramer.
Matthew Tuttle, of Connecticut-based Tuttle Capital Management, who now plans to sell a security under the ticker symbol SJIM, for “short Jim.”