Archives for May, 2016

Why 99% of U.S. Corporations Could Go Bankrupt in the Coming Deflationary Depression

Corporate debt is getting out of control. If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, this isn’t news to you. For months, we’ve been pointing out that U.S. corporations are borrowing massive sums of money. They’ve borrowed almost $10 trillion in the bond market since 2008, including a record $1.5 trillion last year. You may not think […]

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Weekend Edition: Explosive Profits Will Be Made in This Crisis Market

Editor’s note: In today’s Weekend Edition, we’re sharing important “intelligence” on the oil crisis… On Wednesday, we told you that hundreds of U.S. oil companies are in danger of going bankrupt. Below, you’ll learn why Saudi Arabia has a lot to do with that…and more importantly, why this is presenting investors with a huge opportunity. […]

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Weekend Edition: In Praise of Central Planning

Editor’s note: Does central planning really work? Will it ever? Agora founder Bill Bonner isn’t convinced…at least not on a large scale. And in today’s essay, he’ll tell you exactly why. Bill originally wrote this essay on May 13, 2016, in his Diary. (And make sure to check your inbox tomorrow…the stock market and our offices […]

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Doug Casey: This Country Is on the Cusp of a Real Disaster

Editor’s note: Today, in place of our daily market commentary, we’re sharing a recent essay that’s been extremely popular with our Casey Report and International Man readers. In it, Casey Research founder Doug Casey tells us about his recent trip to Zimbabwe. As you may know, Zimbabwe is in a genuine economic crisis…which means there’s […]

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How to Safely Outperform the Markets by 3-to-1

Editor’s note: The stock market and our offices are closed today in observance of Memorial Day. So instead of our normal commentary, we’re bringing you an incredibly valuable interview every investor should read and read again. Bonner Private Portfolio editor Chris Mayer has a track record you might not believe… Over the 10-year period from […]

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Doug Casey’s “Hobby” Could Convert This Country’s Currency to Gold

Having been a longtime listener of Tom Woods’ superb podcast, The Tom Woods Show, I was delighted when he asked Doug Casey and me to come on the show. We had an in-depth discussion on our recent trip to Zimbabwe and some of the shocking things we found. I think you’ll find our conversation below informative and […]

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Is It Too Late to Buy Gold?

You may be wondering if you “missed the boat” on gold. After all, the price of gold is already up 15% this year. It’s at its highest level in 15 months. Gold stocks, which are leveraged to the price of gold, have done even better. Gold’s 15% jump has caused the Vectors Gold Miners ETF […]

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Hundreds of Oil Stocks Could Go to Zero…Will You Still Be Owning One of Them?

The largest shale oil bankruptcy in years just happened. If you own oil stocks, you’ll want to read today’s essay very closely. Because there’s a good chance hundreds more oil companies will go bankrupt soon. As you probably know, the oil market is a disaster. The price of oil has plunged 75% since 2014. In […]

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Forget a Dollar Collapse…This Is a Much Bigger Threat to Your Wealth Right Now

It’s an immediate threat to your wealth right now…and it’s another sign we’re headed for a major financial crisis. What we’re covering today stems from the Fed’s “monetary experiment” that began in 2008. As you may know, that year, the Fed dropped its key interest rate to effectively zero. It then started borrowing and printing […]

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Wheelbarrow Economics

In 2014, we published an article entitled “Watch the Movie Before It Is Filmed.” In that article, I described the situation in Venezuela at that time. The effects of fifteen years of collectivism were threatening to collapse the economy. The government was reacting by printing bolivares (Venezuelan currency) on a large scale—a knee-jerk solution that […]

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