Archives for June, 2016

So You Didn’t Get Rich…

Editor’s Note: Today we’re taking a look at a legendary essay on wealth-building by our friend Mark Ford. Many folks who read this essay call it an “eye-opener.” In it, Mark explains how to consistently build your wealth, even in a terrible economy. Mark has more insight into this than most. He’s built dozens of businesses from […]

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If You’re Thinking About Investing in Oil Stocks, Read This

Is it safe to buy oil stocks yet? If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know the price of oil has plunged more than 70% since June 2014. Thanks to a massive surge in production, oil hit its lowest price since 2003 earlier this year. New extraction methods like fracking made the production surge possible. […]

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So You Didn’t Get Rich… [Part 1]

Editor’s Note: Today we’re taking a look at a legendary essay on wealth-building by our friend Mark Ford. Many folks who read this essay call it an “eye-opener.” In it, Mark explains how to consistently build your wealth, even in a terrible economy. Mark has more insight into this than most. He’s built dozens of businesses from […]

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The Biggest Mistake You’ll Make When You Retire

Editor’s note: Today, in place of our normal market commentary, we’re sharing timeless financial wisdom from our friend and wealth expert Mark Ford. It’s one of the most insightful ideas on retirement we’ve read. Below, you’ll learn the biggest mistake people make when they retire, and what to do instead… I consider myself to be […]

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This Is the Best Way to “Crash Proof” Your Portfolio

Editor’s note: Today, in place of our usual market commentary, we’re sharing an important essay with you. In it, Dispatch editor Justin Spittler explains a powerful but overlooked investing strategy. Used properly, this simple strategy will allow you to make money in stocks during both bear markets and bull markets… It’s never been more important […]

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

For over a hundred years, it’s been theorised that author L. Frank Baum wrote his 1900 book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”, as a fanciful way to explain the economic situation at the time and that the Yellow Brick Road was a reference to the path created by gold ownership. Whether or not the theory […]

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Negative Rates Are Taking Over the World… Are You Prepared?

Negative interest rates are spreading like a plague. As you’ve probably heard by now, many interest rates around the world have “gone negative.” Normally, you earn interest on the money in a savings account. With negative rates, you pay the bank to hold your money. In other words, negative rates turn savings upside down. They […]

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Weekend Edition: Doug Casey on Money—How to Get It and Keep It​

Editor’s note: Today, we’re sharing one of Casey Research founder Doug Casey’s most popular and valuable essays. In it, Doug explains four main steps for building and maintaining wealth, no matter what happens in the market. Even if you are already wealthy, some thought on this topic is worthwhile. What would you do if some […]

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Weekend Edition: Jim Rickards on the Huge Opportunity Shaping Up in Today’s Gold Market

Editor’s note: An unprecedented event is currently taking place in the gold market. And according to gold guru Jim Rickards, it’s exactly why we’re going to see a massive run on physical gold—sooner than anyone expects. Rickards is one of the smartest and most respected financial writers in the business. And we recently found out […]

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How Fascism Comes to America

I think there are really only two good reasons for having a significant amount of money: To maintain a high standard of living and to ensure your personal freedom. There are other, lesser reasons, of course, including: to prove you can do it, to compensate for failings in other things, to impress others, to leave […]

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