Archives for December, 2013

Revealed: Doug Casey’s Next Crisis Investment—Cyprus

Recently, legendary crisis investor Doug Casey and I put our boots to the ground in Cyprus to search the rubble of one of recent history’s most significant financial crises—the financial collapse and bank deposit raid in Cyprus—for incredible bargains. And we found them. The fact of the matter is that there are sound, productive, and […]

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Death and Taxes: How Inevitable Are They Really?

With the advent of more and more anti-aging and life-extension R&D in the biotech field—a subject my colleague Alex Daley knows all about—death may not be as inevitable as we think. While I don’t believe that I will be among the lucky ones to reach a dainty 200, that feat may very well be achieved […]

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Death and Taxes: How Inevitable Are They Really?

With the advent of more and more anti-aging and life-extension R&D in the biotech field—a subject my colleague Alex Daley knows all about—death may not be as inevitable as we think. While I don’t believe that I will be among the lucky ones to reach a dainty 200, that feat may very well be achieved […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Gary Shilling Review and Forecast

  Should auld acquaintance be forgot And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne! For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, We’ll take a cup o’ kindness yet For auld lang syne It’s that time of year again, when we begin to think of what the […]

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Advancing to Level II: A Bulletproof Retirement

That’s right, retirement has a Level II. I bet your competitive streak wants to get there, and that means building an overall strategy for producing stable monthly income. Depending on your personal goals, that might mean income to supplement your paycheck, or income that’ll have you sipping Mai Tais on the beach in Tahiti next […]

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Outside the Box: Half & Half: Why Rowing Works

  For today’s special Christmas Eve Outside the Box, my good friend Ed Easterling brings us pearls of wisdom on the subject of rowing vs. sailing. “Rowing?” you ask. “Sailing?” And, you’re thinking, “I would surely prefer to be a sailor.” Well, not so fast. Let Ed explain why putting your back into your investing […]

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Five Moves to Make Before 2014

While it’s tempting to slip into an eggnog stupor from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day, there are five items we should all check off our to-do lists before the ball drops on 2014. Review your loss carryforward numbers. If you have any capital loss carryforward from previous years, now is a good time to […]

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Jim Rogers On “Buying Panic” And Investments Nobody Is Talking About

I am very pleased to have had the chance to speak with Jim Rogers, a legendary investor and true international man. Jim and I spoke about some of the most exciting investments and stock markets around the world that pretty much nobody else is talking about. You won’t want to miss this fascinating discussion, which […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: What Has QE Wrought?

  Now that we have begun tapering, we will soon see lots of analysis about whether QE has been effective. What will the stock market do? The US economy seems to be moving in the right direction, but the Fed has forecast Nirvana (seriously) – do we dare hope they can finally get a forecast […]

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10 Lessons for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

One of my favorite web spaces is meetinnovators.com. It interviews startup entrepreneurs, people who created something new and made it successful. Through casual conversation, it investigates their thinking, mode of working, trials and tribulations, breakthroughs, and visions of the future. Just hearing these people talk gives you a real lift. Major media don’t usually cover […]

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