Archives for April, 2016

Weekend Edition: How I’m Prepping for the Next Recession

Editor’s Note: The U.S. is close to recession territory. In today’s Weekend Edition, Agora founder Bill Bonner explains that the Fed created an economic bubble with phony credit…and the bubble is about to burst. Bill originally wrote this essay on April 20, 2016, in Bill Bonner’s Diary. By Bill Bonner, editor, The Bill Bonner Letter Stocks are […]

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Weekend Edition: What You Don’t Know About Gold – The Biggest Myths on the Gold Market

Editor’s Note: Gold isn’t an investment. Gold is money. In today’s Weekend Edition, we’re sharing an interview with Casey Research Director Brian Hunt. In it, Brian reveals some of the biggest misconceptions about gold… and why you should own it. Casey Research: Brian, as you recall, we probably get more questions and reader feedback on […]

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Doug Casey: Why Do We Need Government?

Rousseau was perhaps the first to popularize the fiction now taught in civics classes about how government was created. It holds that men sat down together and rationally thought out the concept of government as a solution to problems that confronted them. The government of the United States was, however, the first to be formed […]

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Here’s Why the Gold Standard Is Never Coming Back

Editor’s Note: Today we’re concluding our three-part interview with master investor James Altucher. If you’ve ever read James’ work, you know he’s one of the few truly original thinkers in finance. And he might have the best rolodex in the business, with lots of famous venture capitalists and hedge fund managers on speed dial. His […]

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Buy This Stock to Profit from the Student Loan Bubble

Editor’s Note: Today we’re continuing our interview with super-entrepreneur James Altucher. As we mentioned yesterday, James is a master investor. By getting into companies early, he has made gains as large as 6,000%, 4,000%, and 1,200%. Below, James tells us of a “backdoor” way to profit from the out-of-control growth in student loans… Casey Research: […]

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This HUGE Trend Will Be Bigger Than the Internet

Dear Reader, I recently talked to my friend James Altucher about his favorite moneymaking trends for the next few years. If you don’t know James, he’s a multi-millionaire entrepreneur and an extremely successful investor. His long list of huge investment wins includes a 6,000% gain on Buddy Media…a 4,000% gain on Ticketfly…and a 1,200% gain […]

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The Worst Law Most Americans Have Never Heard Of

The government has criminalized so many mundane activities that the average American unknowingly commits three felonies a day. That’s according to a study by Harry Silverglate, a civil liberties lawyer. This happens, in part, because there are plenty of awful laws most Americans have never even heard of. One of the worst of these little-known laws […]

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Why “The Grave Dancer” Is Cashing Out Once Again

Sam Zell has called the top again… Zell is a real estate mogul and self-made billionaire. He made a fortune buying property for pennies on the dollar during recessions in the 1970s and 1990s. This earned him the nickname “The Grave Dancer.” Zell was also one of the only real estate gurus to spot the […]

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Why a Collapse Is “Practically Unavoidable”

According to George Soros, China’s debt collapse has begun… You may know Soros as the legendary investor who “broke the Bank of England” in 1992. He’s one of the richest people on the planet, and probably the second most famous investor in the world after Warren Buffett. Soros’s incredible track record has made him a […]

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There Might Be Dragons (the Fear of Internationalization)

In the early 16th century, the Hunt-Lenox globe was drawn, showing uncharted (and presumably dangerous) areas marked with the warning: “HIC SVNT DRACONES” – “Here are Dragons.” Subsequently, mariners sometimes adopted the phrase “there might be dragons” if they became concerned for their safety when in unfamiliar waters. It’s now an archaic saying, yet it’s […]

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