Archives for November, 2016

The Surest Way to Make Money in This Volatile Market

Oil has taken investors for a ride lately. It’s no secret that commodities are volatile. They experience booms and busts. In a downturn, commodity prices can fall through the floor. During a boom, they can soar. After falling for almost two straight years, oil began a new bull market earlier this year. But it hasn’t gone […]

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Only a Fool Would Ignore These Major Red Flags

Signs of a market top are popping up everywhere. As you probably know, the S&P 500 set a new all-time high in early July…its first since May 2015. Normally, it’s a bullish sign when an index like the S&P 500 sets a new high. But U.S. stocks didn’t keep rising after “breaking out.” Instead, they’ve […]

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Only a Fool Would Ignore These Major Red Flags

Signs of a market top are popping up everywhere. As you probably know, the S&P 500 set a new all-time high in early July…its first since May 2015. Normally, it’s a bullish sign when an index like the S&P 500 sets a new high. But U.S. stocks didn’t keep rising after “breaking out.” Instead, they’ve […]

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Should I Vote Repocrat or Demublican?

The US is approaching a major election and voters are trying to figure out who will best lead them. As in most countries in the developed world, there are only two real contenders, each the representative of one of the two leading political parties. One party states as its platform that it seeks to expand […]

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How You Can Make 42% on a Gold Stock in Just One Day

It’s not too late to make HUGE gains in gold stocks. As you probably know, gold stocks took off this year. At one point, the VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX), which tracks large gold stocks, was up 128%. A lot of investors probably saw that and thought they missed their chance to buy gold […]

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Why Gold Will Jump at Least 7% After Election Day

Investors are on edge…and we can’t blame them. Stocks are in free fall. The S&P 500 has fallen nine straight days. Bonds are crashing. Yields on 10-year U.S., British, German, and French government bonds all hit multi-month highs recently. (A bond’s yield rises when its price falls.) Even oil is tanking. Its price has dropped […]

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Doug Casey’s Top Five Reasons Not to Vote

Democracy is vastly overrated. It’s not like the consensus of a bunch of friends agreeing to see the same movie. Most often, it boils down to a kinder and gentler variety of mob rule, dressed in a coat and tie. The essence of positive values like personal liberty, wealth, opportunity, fraternity, and equality lies not […]

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The Bond Market Is Unraveling… Here’s Where You Should Put Your Money Today

The biggest bubble in the world looks like it’s about to pop. Over the last eight years, central bankers have blown all sorts of bubbles. They’ve blown bubbles in stocks, real estate, and even fine art. But none of these come close to the global bond market bubble. You see, unlike other financial assets, bonds […]

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