Archives for November, 2013

Outside the Box: Jonathan Tepper on Obamacare

  The Affordable Care Act is the single most contentious political action of my lifetime since the Vietnam War. It touches everyone in one way or another, and often in profoundly personal ways. Some see it is a godsend and others as an arrow aimed directly at the heart of the American experiment. Some will […]

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The Wave of the Future Is Decentralization

Did you know that even the Statue of Liberty was crowdfunded? In an interview with RT, Catherine Austin Fitts explains how, through new ways of investing, the individual investor finally has a leg up on slow-moving Wall Street. This interview was recorded during the Casey Research Summit in early October. It brought together more than […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere

  The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. – Albert Einstein Genius is a rising stock market. – John Kenneth Galbraith Any plan conceived in moderation must fail when circumstances are set in extremes. – Prince Metternich You can almost feel it in the fall air (unless you are in […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere

  The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. – Albert Einstein Genius is a rising stock market. – John Kenneth Galbraith Any plan conceived in moderation must fail when circumstances are set in extremes. – Prince Metternich You can almost feel it in the fall air (unless you are in […]

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The Big Squeeze on Your Wallet

As the politicos in Washington continue to move the deck chairs around on the Titanic, ignoring the monster iceberg in plain sight, I’m keeping my eyes wide open. Here are a few tidbits from a recently published Social Security Administration factsheet: An estimated 161 million workers—94% of all workers—are covered under Social Security. In 1940, […]

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The Top 6 Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Second Passport

Doug Casey has said over and over that spreading your political risk beyond one jurisdiction is the single most important thing he can recommend today. Obtaining a second passport and citizenship in another country is a critical part in heeding Doug’s advice. This is because it’s a fundamental step towards minimizing the political risk of […]

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Outside the Box: Hoisington Investment Management Quarterly Review and Outlook

  In their third-quarter Review and Outlook – today’s Outside the Box – Lacy Hunt and Van Hoisington get right down to telling us why the Federal Reserve’s Large Scale Asset Purchase (LSAP) program is doomed to failure. (This is a thesis that is dear to my heart, since coauthor Jonathan Tepper and I explore […]

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