Archives for March, 2017

A Global Health Threat With Big Upside

We’re facing a huge, invisible threat to our species… It already kills at least 23,000 people in the U.S. annually. That’s nearly as many people as those who die in car accidents per year in the U.S. And this threat is rapidly growing. One study says it’s poised to become a bigger killer than cancer […]

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Tuesday’s Pullback Was Just a Taste of What’s to Come…

The honeymoon is over… When Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election, something unexpected happened. U.S. stocks took off. Two days after the election, the Dow Jones Industrial Average set a new all-time high. Two weeks later, the S&P 500 did the same. But the rally didn’t stop there. The Dow, S&P 500, and NASDAQ […]

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The Simple Formula for Making 100 Times Your Money

Editor’s note: Today, we’re featuring a brand-new essay that will help you become a much better investor. It’s from our good friend Chris Mayer, the only analyst Doug Casey’s longtime friend and business partner Bill Bonner follows with his family trust money. Few people anywhere in the world can say their recommendations have performed as […]

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The Next Megatrend Has Begun…

There are countless ways to get rich investing. You can buy and hold stocks. You can trade options. You can speculate on small gold miners. You can also bet on “megatrends.” These are the trends that reshape the world. They often play out over years, sometimes decades. If you can get in front of one […]

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Doug Casey on the Political Correctness Movement

Justin’s note: Today, we’re doing something special. We’re bringing back Conversations with Casey. As you may know, Conversations with Casey was a regular interview series between International Speculator editor Louis James and Casey Research founder Doug Casey. It’s a favorite among our longtime readers. If you’ve never read Conversations with Casey, you’re in for a […]

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The Dancing Bears

In the early 2000s, I recommended to associates that we were in for a major gold boom. Most thought that this was a ridiculous suggestion and didn’t buy a single ounce. I continued to recommend the purchase of gold regularly over the ensuing years, and the price continued to rise. Only in 2011 did they […]

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A Corporate Debt Crisis Is Underway… And Nobody Cares

Investors no longer give a damn. That might sound harsh, but when things are this backwards, you have to tell it like it is. You see, I read something recently that disturbed me. I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. It was an article I recently stumbled upon in Bloomberg. In […]

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Doug Casey on “The Diamond Age”

Science fiction has always offered both a more accurate and more timely look at the future than any think tank. For one thing, a good book is the product of a genius, not a committee of suits trying to reach a consensus. And a format of fiction allows one to speculate in ways that a […]

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Get Ready for a “Credit Implosion”

The world’s biggest financial bubble just popped. Regular readers know we’re talking about the bond market. This is where companies and the government borrow money. It’s about twice as big as the stock market. In other words, it’s a key pillar of the global financial system. And it’s starting to give way… Last summer, bond […]

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The Time-Tested Way to Build Your Personal Financial Empire

Justin’s note: If you’ve been reading the Dispatch, you know I’ve been writing a lot about “basics” stocks lately. These are companies that sell stuff people can’t live without. Think bread, toilet paper, and shampoo. But I have to make a confession… E.B. Tucker, editor of The Casey Report, was actually the one who tipped […]

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