Archives for December, 2015

The Best Tax Haven for Americans Today

Reaching the opportunities that lie beyond the borders of your home country is seldom simple, but it can be worth the effort. In fact, moving at least part of your financial life away from your home government and its eagerness to share in what you’re accumulating is one of the most liberating steps you’ll ever […]

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By Far the Biggest Threat to Your Wealth in 2016

Today, we begin with a warning. We’re going to tell you about a dangerous event that is very likely to happen within the next year. You’ve probably never thought about this threat. Until now, Casey Research has never discussed it in public. This threat isn’t a stock market collapse…it’s not a failure of the Social […]

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Three Proven Strategies for Building and Protecting Your Personal Financial Empire

Editor’s Note: Today, we conclude “build your own financial empire” week. In today’s essay, you’ll learn three strategies for growing and protecting your money no matter what governments and financial markets throw at you. This essay is part of the “field guide” we send to every new reader of our flagship research service, The Casey […]

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Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on the Movies Every Libertarian Should See

(Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator) This interview was first published on February 17, 2010 Editor’s Note: Longtime readers know Casey Research founder Doug Casey is a big movie fan. In today’s edition, Doug discusses his all-time favorite movies, including some you might not expect… Louis James: Doug, we’ve promised to talk about what […]

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10 Reasons Why You Need an Offshore Bank Account

You may have wondered: “What can an offshore bank account give me that an account at Bank of America can’t?” The answer is: A wide range of benefits you absolutely need. An offshore (or foreign) bank account is simply a bank account you have outside of your country of residence. Here are the top 10 […]

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Voluntary Enslavement

In recent years, I’ve been predicting that the governments, particularly those of the EU and US, will seek to eliminate paper currency. The objective will be to make monetary transactions between private parties as difficult as they can, by requiring that all transactions take place through financial institutions. If they can do this, they will […]

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Are You Making This Mistake with Oil Stocks?

Yesterday, oil hit an 11-year low. The price of Brent crude oil fell to $35.78, its lowest level since 2004. Brent oil has now fallen 68% since its June 2014 peak. (Brent oil is found in the North Sea region.) If you’ve been reading the Dispatch recently, you know the world has a massive oil […]

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Four Key Wealth Principles for Building Your Personal Financial Empire

Editor’s Note: It’s “build your own financial empire” week here at Casey Research. Each day this week, in place of our regular daily market commentary, you’ll receive an essay with proven strategies on how to build a lifetime of crisis-proof, inflation-proof wealth. Click here if you missed yesterday’s edition. This essay is part of the […]

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Two Steps to Grow Your Money and Keep it Safe

Editor’s Note: It’s “build your own financial empire” week here at Casey Research. Each day this week, in place of our regular daily market commentary, you’ll receive an essay with proven strategies on how to build a lifetime of crisis-proof, inflation-proof wealth. Click here if you missed yesterday’s edition. Today’s essay is part of the […]

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The Hidden Reason Why Stocks Are Expensive

Did you lose money in stocks this year? On Friday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a two-month low. It fell 2.1% to its lowest level since October. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 fell 1.8%. Financial stocks fell the hardest, dropping 2.5%. •  Dispatch readers know U.S. stocks have been in a bull market for almost […]

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