Archives for December, 2015

Odds of a Global Recession: 65%

Canada just closed another horrible week… Yesterday, the Canadian dollar hit a fresh 11-year low. It has now lost 16% of its value against the U.S. dollar this year. Crashing oil prices have obliterated Canada’s currency. The price of oil has plunged 66% since peaking in June 2014…and 22% since the beginning of November. It’s […]

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Is the “Easy Money Era” Over?

It finally happened. Yesterday, the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate for the first time in nearly a decade. Dispatch readers know the Fed dropped interest rates to effectively zero during the 2008 financial crisis. It has held rates at effectively zero ever since…an unprecedented policy that has warped the financial markets. Rock bottom […]

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Two Keys to Building Long-Lasting Wealth

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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How to Build Your Personal Financial Empire

Editor’s Note: You’ll find a very important theme in the Daily Dispatch this week. We’re going to discuss how to build your own personal “financial empire.” Each day this week, in place of our regular daily market commentary, you’ll receive an essay with advice on how to build lasting wealth. Over time, learning and following […]

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Weekend Edition: Scrooge McDuck Is a Hero

(Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator) This interview was first published on October 13, 2010 Editor’s Note: In yesterday’s Weekend Edition, Casey Research founder Doug Casey told us how he celebrates Christmas. Today, Doug explains why he admires Scrooge McDuck. Louis James: So, you’re not a Grinch. Reindeer and blinking lights are okay? Doug: […]

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How to Make Bigger Profits with Less Risk

Editor’s Note: Happy holidays from everyone at Casey Research. Today, in place of our regular market commentary, we’re sharing a classic essay by Casey Research founder Doug Casey. This essay originally appeared in Doug Casey’s hit book, Crisis Investing for the Rest of the 90s. In observance of Christmas, we will not publish a Daily […]

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Et Tu, Brute? (How Empires Die)

(Image: The assassination of Julius Caesar, led by Brutus.) The state-owned Bank of China has been ordered by an American court to hand over customer information to the US. The bank has refused to comply, as to do so would violate China’s privacy law. The US court has subsequently ordered the Bank of China to […]

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Debunking Anti-Gold Propaganda

A meme is now circulating that gold is the investment equivalent of a pet rock, and that the smart investor should sell gold, and buy stocks. That’s a ridiculous notion. In fact, if you believe in buying low and selling high, this is the time to buy gold, and sell stocks. It pays to remain […]

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Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on Christmas

(Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator) This interview was first published on October 13, 2010 Editor’s Note: Happy Holidays from everyone at Casey Research. In today’s edition, Casey Research founder Doug Casey and International Speculator editor Louis James discuss how they celebrate Christmas. Louis James: Happy Canadian Thanksgiving, Doug. But you’re an atheist, and […]

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Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on the Welfare-Warfare System

(Interviewed by Louis James, Editor, International Speculator) This interview was first published on May 19, 2010 Editor’s Note: In yesterday’s Weekend Edition, Casey Research founder Doug Casey explained why a free person should be able to go anywhere he or she wants. Today, Doug explains that immigrants aren’t a problem. The U.S. government is… Louis […]

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