Archives for February, 2016

The Inevitability of Dramatic Inflation

No one is very concerned about inflation right now and that’s understandable. Although inflation exists in some sectors of the economy, the present subject of discussion is deflation. Any depression is inherently deflationary since spending is curtailed, which drives prices down. Since 2008, despite all the fudged reports emanating from governments, much of the world […]

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Unsound Banking: Why Most of the World’s Banks Are Headed for Collapse

You’re likely thinking that a discussion of “sound banking” will be a bit boring. Well, banking should be boring. And we’re sure officials at central banks all over the world today—many of whom have trouble sleeping—wish it were. This brief article will explain why the world’s banking system is unsound, and what differentiates a sound […]

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Your Income Stream Could Be the Next Casualty of the Oil Crisis

Oil hit a 13-year low yesterday… Dispatch readers know oil prices have been falling for almost two years. Yesterday, the price of oil closed at $26.21, its lowest level since May 2003. Oil has crashed 75% since June 2014. •  The world simply has too much oil… New technologies like “fracking” have unlocked billions of […]

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Weekend Edition: Becoming an “Antifragile” Wealth Builder

Editor’s Note: There are some things in life you can’t predict… In today’s Weekend Edition, Palm Beach Research Group founder Mark Ford argues that no one can know for sure when the next economic disaster will happen. Instead of trying to predict the unpredictable, Mark recommends ten steps you can take to make your finances […]

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Gold’s HUGE Move… Is This the Signal We’ve Been Waiting For?

Gold soared today… The price of gold jumped 4.2% today, its biggest one-day gain in almost four years. It’s now at its highest level in over a year.   Gold’s big surge has tripped an important signal… one that suggests gold is headed much higher in the months ahead. We explain more in The Chart […]

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Weekend Edition: The Case for Outlawing Cash

Editor’s note: Can you imagine a world where the government bans Americans from holding cash? In today’s Weekend Edition, Agora founder Bill Bonner explains why that idea isn’t far-fetched…and why it will be almost impossible to protect yourself. Bill originally wrote this essay on September 2, 2015 in Bill Bonner’s Diary. By Bill Bonner, editor, The […]

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These Important Stocks are Trading Like a Financial Crisis Has Begun

European bank stocks are crashing. Deutsche Bank (DB), Germany’s largest bank, has plunged 36% this year. Its stock is at an all-time low. Credit Suisse (CS), a major Swiss bank, has plummeted 40% this year to its lowest level since 1991. As you can see in the chart below, the STOXX Europe 600 Banks Index, […]

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Finding Freedom in an Unfree World: A Reality Check

About 10 years ago, Doug Casey set out to create something no one else had successfully done before… In a world where freedom is increasingly scarce, Doug wanted to create a freedom seeker’s paradise. But is that even possible? Can you actually break the chains government sociopaths have put you in? The answer, as you’re […]

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How to Make Triple-Digit Gains During a Bear Market

Gold has rocketed to new highs… Yesterday, the price of gold jumped 1.3%. It closed the day at its highest level since June 2015. It’s up 13% on the year… Gold is a commodity like coffee, copper, or aluminum. But unlike other commodities, gold is money. It’s held its value for thousands of years. Gold […]

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The Signal We’ve Been Waiting for in Oil Stocks

A giant American oil company just did the unthinkable… If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know the world oil market is in crisis. The price of oil has plunged 71% since June 2014. The world simply has too much oil. Global oil production hit a record high last year. Thanks to technologies like “fracking,” […]

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