Archives for May, 2016

Obama’s Cuban Ambitions as Seen by Cubans Themselves

For half a century, Americans have been largely unable to visit Cuba and have had to rely on the US government and media for an understanding of the political, social and economic conditions there. What has been described as the “American Berlin Wall” has been successful in providing Americans with quite an inaccurate view. Throughout […]

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Weekend Edition: Jim Rogers on “Buying Panic”

Editor’s note: Successful crisis investing boils down to one skill. The ability to go against the crowd to buy beaten-down assets that have been left for dead. Few people know as much about this subject as Jim Rogers. Jim is a legendary investor and a true “international man.” He has earned millions investing in crisis […]

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Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on Making a Crisis Your Friend

Editor’s note: In yesterday’s Dispatch, we showed you how investing in depressed markets can lead to gigantic returns. It’s the core idea behind Casey Research founder Doug Casey’s most successful strategy…one that has made him more wealth than the average person can spend in 20 lifetimes. Below, in an interview conducted by Crisis Investing editor […]

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An Incredibly Simple, Rarely Used Way to Book 170% Gains

Editor’s note: You’ll find a very important theme running through the Dispatch over the next five days… We’re going to discuss the secrets of Casey Research founder Doug Casey’s wildly successful investment strategy…one that has made him tens of millions of dollars in the markets. For each of the next five days, you’ll receive an […]

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If You Use This Bank, Your Cash Could Soon Be “Taxed”

Is your bank about to “tax” the cash in your savings account? It sounds like a sick joke. But it’s exactly what one of the biggest banks in the world is threatening to do. It wants to charge customers for keeping money in their savings account. For months, we’ve been telling you that a “bank […]

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Making the Chicken Run

“Making the chicken run” is what Rhodesians used to say about neighbors who packed up and got out during the ’60s and ’70s, before the place became Zimbabwe. It was considered “unpatriotic” to leave Rhodesia. But it was genuinely idiotic not to. I’ve written many times about the importance of internationalizing your assets, your mode […]

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Is Your Income Stream About to Dry Up?

Another day, another corporate scandal… Dispatch readers know a growing number of companies are using financial tricks to make their businesses appear stronger than they really are. As we mentioned yesterday, some companies are using “financial engineering” to inflate sales or profits. Others are committing outright fraud. It’s becoming harder and harder to trust Corporate […]

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The Best Countries for Your Escape Plan

Suppose you were NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, or fictional international spy Jason Bourne, and the most powerful intelligence agencies on the planet were hunting you. Where would you go? This is a farfetched scenario for most of us. That’s why it’s only a thought experiment. On the other hand, for folks like the founder of […]

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Do You Own the Next Enron?

Companies are hiding more from you than you realize… Back in the late 90s, energy company Enron was a Wall Street darling. From 1998 to 2000, its stock surged 342%. It became America’s seventh biggest corporation…but the company was a farce. Management used shady accounting to inflate its sales and profits. When the fraud came […]

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Legendary Investor Says “Get Out of the Stock Market”

Stan Druckenmiller has some advice for you: “Get out of the stock market.” Druckenmiller is one of the world’s greatest traders. From 1986 to 2010, his hedge fund earned average annual returns of 30%. Even more incredible, he never had one down year. Druckenmiller stopped managing outside money in 2010. Today, he runs a family […]

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