Archives for October, 2016

Forget The Fed…Here’s the Key Interest Rate You Need to Be Watching

Interest rates are skyrocketing. You might think that’s a typo. After all, the Federal Reserve hasn’t lifted its key interest rate once this year. The Bank of England just cut its key rate to a record low. And the European Central Bank and Bank of Japan are using negative interest rates. These “benchmarks” set the […]

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Weekend Edition: Meet the Product That Will Replace Your Smartphone

Editor’s note: There’s an innovative technology that will replace your smartphone in the not-too-distant future. In today’s Weekend Edition, tech guru Jeff Brown, editor of Bonner & Partners’ Exponential Tech Investor, details this fascinating product… As he says, “It will be prolific, pervasive, and profound for society. And the market could be as big as […]

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Weekend Edition: Why Gold Stocks Perform Better Than Gold

Editor’s note: Today we have a special gold essay to share from Casey Report editor E.B. Tucker. As E.B. explains, gold stocks move in extreme cycles…and they’re currently preparing for the next boom. And this boom may be the biggest we’ve seen in our lifetimes… By E.B. Tucker, editor, The Casey Report You can make […]

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This One Trade Changed 400 Years of History in Just Four Hours

Editor’s note: A “secret” currency market has been born. This radical new money is going to change how we buy groceries, pay our bills, and conduct business. It could even completely eliminate paper money. And yet, most people have no clue this new currency even exists. Meanwhile, the “smart money” is pulling out of traditional […]

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Why Europe’s Biggest Bank Is on “RED ALERT”

Earnings season is off to a rough start. Earnings season is when companies tell the world if profits grew or shrank during the previous quarter. A good earnings season can lift stocks. A bad one can drag stocks lower. If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know Corporate America hasn’t had a good earnings season […]

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Why the World’s Biggest Market Is Acting Erratic

The world’s biggest financial market is acting erratic. We’re not talking about the global stock market, or even the bond market. We’re talking about the global currency market. The currency market is where paper money trades hands. It’s much bigger and more important than the global stock market. Yet the average investor almost never hears […]

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Doug Casey on Making a Crisis Your Friend

Editor’s note: Over the last few days, we’ve told you about the situation developing in Europe…and why a major collapse is on the way. And we’ve explained why this is presenting huge money-making opportunities for those who know how to play it. It all stems from one of the most profitable strategies in investing: crisis investing. […]

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One Giant Powder Keg… and the Fuse is Already Lit

Their mission was to capture—or more likely—kill. Dozens of renegade commandos in three Blackhawk helicopters swooped in on the holiday residence of the president. Immediately, they engaged in a fierce gun battle with the president’s bodyguards and killed a number of them. Tourists in a nearby five-star resort fled for their lives. Their idyllic vacations […]

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The Demise of the EU

Back in the ‘90s, when the EU had ceased to be a mere trade agreement and had become a full-blown oligarchy that would eventually gobble up most of Western and Eastern Europe, my belief was that it had not only been a doomed concept, it had additionally been rushed into being far too quickly. Although, […]

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A Mile-High House of Cards

According to Webster’s Dictionary, an economic depression is “a period of time in which there is little economic activity and many people do not have jobs.” Italy has had virtually no productive growth since it joined the euro in 1999. Today, the Italian economy (real GDP per person) is smaller than it was at the turn […]

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