Archives for January, 2014

The United States: Are the Seeds Already Sown for the Next Macro-Market Deflation Crisis?

  Greg Weldon has long been my favorite slicer and dicer of data – his charts and insights on charts really help me keep my eyes peeled. But in order to get across to us the drastic state of the economy as we plunge headlong into 2014 – a year that we all know will […]

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Ten Pillars of Financial Independence

Young folks can usually digest a difficult message more easily when it comes from someone who is not: (a) their parent; (b) their teacher; nor (c) anyone else whose lectures they are sick of hearing. In that spirit, we’re starting out 2014 with 10 ways people of any age can safeguard their financial independence. Please […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Forecast 2014: “Mark Twain!”

  Piloting on the Mississippi River was not work to me; it was play — delightful play, vigorous play, adventurous play – and I loved it… – Mark Twain In the 1850s, flat-bottom paddlewheel steamboats coursed up and down the mighty Mississippi, opening up the Midwest to trade and travel. But it was treacherous travel. […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Forecast 2014: “Mark Twain!”

  Piloting on the Mississippi River was not work to me; it was play — delightful play, vigorous play, adventurous play – and I loved it… – Mark Twain In the 1850s, flat-bottom paddlewheel steamboats coursed up and down the mighty Mississippi, opening up the Midwest to trade and travel. But it was treacherous travel. […]

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Thoughts from the Frontline: Forecast 2014: “Mark Twain!”

  Piloting on the Mississippi River was not work to me; it was play — delightful play, vigorous play, adventurous play – and I loved it… – Mark Twain In the 1850s, flat-bottom paddlewheel steamboats coursed up and down the mighty Mississippi, opening up the Midwest to trade and travel. But it was treacherous travel. […]

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A Glimpse into the Coming Collapse

Beginning in 1999, we predicted a systemic economic collapse that would take place in the First World and would impact all other economies. We began to list some of the “dominoes” that would fall as the collapse evolved and described that the “Great Unravelling,” as we termed it, would take roughly ten years. At that […]

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Having No Exposure to Energy Risk is Risky

Because Marin Katusa is the foremost expert on all things energy, I’ve been eager to pick his brain for our subscribers. Marin, an accomplished investment analyst, is the senior editor of Casey Energy Dividends, Casey Energy Confidential, and the Casey Energy Report. He is also a regular commentator on BNN and other major media outlets. Dennis Miller: Marin, welcome. […]

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Contrarians’ Wildest Dream Coming True

As most readers know, Doug Casey’s most notable characteristic as an investor is his highly successful contrarian nature. It’s how he bagged some of his biggest wins—not just doubles and triples, but 10- and 20-fold returns. There’s only one way to realize these kinds of gains: You must buy when the asset is out of favor. Buying […]

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Outside the Box: The Demographic Cliff and the Spending Wave

  For today’s Outside the Box, my longtime friend Harry Dent is letting us have a look at chapter 1 of his latest (and I would say his greatest) book, The Demographic Cliff: How to Survive and Prosper During the Great Deflation of 2014-2019. Harry’s grasp of the impact of demographics on economies and investments […]

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How to Profit During High Inflation

Anyone with a technical degree will admit that college programmed them to consider “sell” a dirty word—to think salespeople use trickery to lure consumers into buying things they don’t need. It makes no difference whether it’s an investment product or a Pet Rock; anyone involved with selling or its evil twin marketing is guilty until […]

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