Archives for April, 2016

Weekend Edition: Wall Street Doesn’t Want You to Do This

Editor’s Note: In yesterday’s Weekend Edition, Chris Mayer explained his successful “coffee can portfolio.” The idea is simple: Buying great businesses and holding them for 10 years will likely make you a lot of money. Today, Chris takes it a step further. What if you hold stocks for even longer? The results will probably surprise […]

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Weekend Edition: A Triumph of Lethargy and Sloth

Editor’s Note: You’ll find a special theme running through the Dispatch this weekend… If you read yesterday’s issue, you know Agora founder Bill Bonner is committing $5 million of his family trust to Chris Mayer’s astonishingly successful investment strategy. Chris is one of Bill’s top analysts and one of the best stock pickers in the […]

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The Man I’m Betting $5 Million On…

Editor’s Note: In today’s Dispatch, we’re sharing a valuable (but surprising) essay from Agora founder Bill Bonner. In it, Bill explains why he’s committing $5 million of his family trust’s money to one of his top analyst’s stock market strategy. If you know Bill, you know why this is surprising. In short, Bill doesn’t trust the stock […]

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Here’s Why U.S. Stocks are a Terrible Deal Today

U.S. stocks are defying gravity… Earlier this week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above the important level of 18,000 for the first time since July. The S&P 500 is close to breaking its July high too. And the NASDAQ, which tracks large tech stocks, is up 16% since February. Foreign stocks are also rallying. […]

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Let’s Try Giving Out Free Cash

Another day, another round of big gains for gold and silver… But before we get to that, an important reminder… The best deal we’ve ever offered closes tonight at midnight. Longtime readers know Casey Research founder Doug Casey has an incredible investing track record. His unique investing style has made him more money than the average […]

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The Shocking Reason for FATCA… and What Comes Next

If you’ve never heard of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA), you’re not alone. Few people have, and even fewer fully grasp the terrible things it foreshadows. FATCA is a U.S. law that forces every financial institution in the world to give the IRS information about its American clients. Complying with it is a […]

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Here’s The Only Oil Stock You Should Own Right Now

It was the most important oil meeting in years… The world was watching closely on Sunday as 16 major oil nations met in Doha, Qatar. Saudi Arabia and Russia, two of the world’s biggest oil producers, were among the heavyweights in attendance. The purpose of the meeting: to reach an agreement to “freeze” oil production […]

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Why Doug Casey Invested $1 Million in This Niche Gold Market

Negative interest rates are “upending the world”… So said The Wall Street Journal in a major front-page story last week. More than $8 trillion worth of government bonds now pay negative interest rates, according to the article. In other words, more than a quarter of the world’s government bonds now pay less than zero. Dispatch […]

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Nine Meals from Anarchy

In 1906, Alfred Henry Lewis stated, “There are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy.” Since then, his observation has been echoed by people as disparate as Robert Heinlein and Leon Trotsky. The key here is that, unlike all other commodities, food is the one essential that cannot be postponed. If there were a shortage […]

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Silver Hasn’t Flashed This “Buy” Signal in Almost a Decade

It’s been a great year for gold investors… But another precious metal is doing even better. If you read the Dispatch often, you know that gold has been surging. It recently “broke out” to a yearly high, signaling that a new gold bull market has likely begun. With a 16% gain, gold was 2016’s best […]

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