Archives for May, 2014

Healing the Blind… and Boosting Your Portfolio

Vision is one of the most important elements of our life, if not the most important one. A 2010 survey by Surge Research found that 60% of Americans are more afraid of blindness than of heart disease, the primary killer of both men and women in the United States. For a massive 79% of the […]

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Outside the Box: Gave & Gave … and Hay

  My good friend David Hay, Chief Investment Officer at Evergreen Capital Management in Bellevue, WA, has saved me the trouble of writing an introduction to the two pieces you’re about to read, which are by Charles and Louis Gave, a father-son duo who are no strangers to the readers of Outside the Box and […]

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Seven Things You May Not Know About Coal

The days of tossing another lump on the fire to keep warm are behind most of us, but coal is still vital to keep our modern computers, air conditioners, and even cars humming. How much do you know about one of the world’s most indispensable commodities? #1. Before turning into coal, layers of ancient swamp […]

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Seven Things You May Not Know About Coal

The days of tossing another lump on the fire to keep warm are behind most of us, but coal is still vital to keep our modern computers, air conditioners, and even cars humming. How much do you know about one of the world’s most indispensable commodities? #1. Before turning into coal, layers of ancient swamp […]

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The Birth of a New Bull Market

If I asked you why you think I’m bullish on platinum and palladium, you’d probably point to the strikes in South Africa, the world’s largest producer of platinum. Or maybe the geopolitical conflicts with Russia, the largest supplier of palladium. Maybe you’d even mention that some technical analysts say the palladium price has “broken out” […]

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The Birth of a New Bull Market

If I asked you why you think I’m bullish on platinum and palladium, you’d probably point to the strikes in South Africa, the world’s largest producer of platinum. Or maybe the geopolitical conflicts with Russia, the largest supplier of palladium. Maybe you’d even mention that some technical analysts say the palladium price has “broken out” […]

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The Most Anticipated Oil Well of 2014

Large international oil companies (IOCs) and the largest national oil companies (NOCs) are all anxiously watching an oil well that’s being drilled by a North American company in a little, out-of-the-way country in Europe. In fact, this country—Albania—has recently garnered so much attention from Big Oil due to the results of the elephant potential of […]

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The Most Anticipated Oil Well of 2014

Large international oil companies (IOCs) and the largest national oil companies (NOCs) are all anxiously watching an oil well that’s being drilled by a North American company in a little, out-of-the-way country in Europe. In fact, this country—Albania—has recently garnered so much attention from Big Oil due to the results of the elephant potential of […]

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The Successor to Keynes

Europe is abuzz with Capital in the Twenty-First Century by French economist Thomas Piketty, released in Europe in March of this year and now a best-seller. It has since crossed the Atlantic and is already the number-one best-seller for booksmith Amazon. It has been called a “blockbuster” of a book, and many reviewers believe that it has […]

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The Successor to Keynes

Europe is abuzz with Capital in the Twenty-First Century by French economist Thomas Piketty, released in Europe in March of this year and now a best-seller. It has since crossed the Atlantic and is already the number-one best-seller for booksmith Amazon. It has been called a “blockbuster” of a book, and many reviewers believe that it has […]

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