Archives for October, 2015

One of America’s Largest Companies is Stockpiling Food and Gold for the Next Financial Crisis

One of America’s largest companies is taking a controversial stance on employee benefits. In a move that is sure to draw criticism from the mainstream press, Jonathan Johnson, chairman of online retail giant Overstock.com (OSTK), publicly stated that the company has stockpiled gold and food in preparation of a U.S. financial crisis. Johnson recently told […]

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Doug Casey Answers Five of Today’s Biggest Investment Questions

Editor’s Note: Casey Research founder Doug Casey answered dozens of investment questions during the recent Casey Research Summit. We transcribed five of Doug’s best answers, and we’re sharing them with you below. What you’re about to read is Doug speaking to a live audience. His responses are unrehearsed. •  When asked about the implications of […]

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Another Government Ponzi Scheme Starts to Crack – Do You Depend on It?

Government employees get to do a lot of things that would land an ordinary citizen in prison. For example, it’s legal for them to threaten and commit offensive, rather than defensive, violence. They can take property from others without their consent. They spy on anyone’s email and bank accounts whenever they please. They go into […]

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Find Out What Doug Casey Is Buying Today

Doug Casey was asked to leave the stage… If you’ve never heard Doug speak, you should. His controversial opinions always rile up the room. This time was no different… The founder of Casey Research opened our ninth annual Casey Research Summit this weekend in Tucson, Arizona, with a lively talk about “the perversion of words.” […]

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Doug Casey on Guns

(Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator) This interview was originally published on March 17, 2010 Editor’s Note: In yesterday’s Weekend Edition, Casey Research founder Doug Casey explained his controversial views on drugs, alcohol and guns. In today’s edition, Doug explains why it’s essential to own a gun…and tells us about the guns he personally owns. […]

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This Unique Oil Stock is Offering A Huge Dividend Yield

One of Casey Research’s biggest calls this year is paying off… In early August, E.B. Tucker, editor of The Casey Report, told subscribers how to profit from the world’s oversupply of oil. If you read financial newspapers for more than a week, you’ll notice that global oil production is near record highs. Last year, global […]

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The Deep State

Master speculator and economic expert Doug Casey believes a global financial crisis is just around the corner, which will result in what he has termed the “Greater Depression”… This essay originally appeared in The Casey Report. In it, Doug details a hidden but powerful force known as the “deep state” that’s ruining the country. Whether […]

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The Real Reason for the Refugee Crisis You Won’t Hear About in the Media

There’s a meme going around that the refugee crisis in Europe (the largest since World War II) is part of a secret plot to subvert the West. I completely understand why the locals in any country wouldn’t be happy about waves of foreigners pouring in. Especially if they’re poor, unskilled, and not likely to assimilate. […]

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How the Chinese Will Establish a New Financial Order

For many years now, it’s been clear that China would soon be pull­ing the strings in the U.S. financial system. In 2015, the American people owe the Chinese government nearly $1.5 trillion. I know big numbers don’t mean much to most people, but keep in mind… this tab is now hundreds of billions of dollars […]

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We Have Some Bad News

The stock market just finished a brutal third quarter… The S&P 500 fell 8%…and so did the Dow and the NASDAQ. It was the worst quarter for U.S. stocks since 2011. Stocks around the world dropped too. The MSCI All-Country World Index, which tracks 85% of global stocks, also had its worst quarter since 2011. […]

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