Archives for March, 2017

Do Not Use

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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Will Voters Elect the “Dutch Trump” Tomorrow?

Tomorrow, a vote in the Netherlands could push the euro and the EU one step closer to death… For the last several months, I’ve been warning readers about a populist tsunami washing through Europe. It’s drastically changing the Continent’s political landscape in a way not seen since before World War 2. This wave is flushing […]

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Beware the Ides of March

Idus Martiae is the Latin term for 15th March from the traditional Roman calendar. Since 44 BC, the Ides of March has held a dark reputation, as that was coincidentally the date of the assassination of Julius Caesar. In December of 2016, the chairman of the Federal Reserve announced that the Fed was likely to […]

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Why the Real Estate Market Is Imploding Again…

A new real estate crisis has begun. You might find that hard to believe. After all, the government put out all sorts of laws and regulations after the last housing crisis. These measures were supposed to protect us from a repeat of the 2008–2009 financial crisis. Plus, U.S. housing prices are rising, not falling. But […]

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Why This Giant Industry Is Going Extinct…

Retailers are falling left and right. I’m not talking about mom and pop shops. I’m talking about some of America’s most iconic companies. In the past year alone, Sports Authority, Wet Seal, American Apparel, Aeropostale, and Eastern Outfitters have all filed bankruptcy or liquidated their assets. Other major retailers like Macy’s, Gap, Sears, and Guess […]

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I Need to Tell You the Strangest Thing Doug Casey and I Learned in Ukraine

This is not fiction… It’s not a conspiracy theory… It’s a plausible explanation for a mysterious event that actually happened. On the evening of May 28, 1993, an enormous blast rocked the Australian Outback. It measured 3.9 on the Richter scale and sent shock waves out hundreds of miles. Truck drivers and gold prospectors in […]

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Why Every Investor Should Own This “Boring” Sector

Let’s turn back the clock. It’s October 2007. The S&P 500 is at a record high. U.S. housing prices are near all-time highs, too. In short, the U.S. economy looks like it’s doing great. Below the surface, it’s a much different story. Millions of Americans are falling behind on their mortgage payments. Lenders are taking […]

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This Sector Is Set to Deliver 20-to-1 Returns… and That’s Just From the “Bad” Companies

“It was the single most important financial event of my career.” That’s what my friend Rick Rule of Sprott Global recently told me of his experience in the uranium market. Rick was referring to Paladin Energy, a uranium company that leaped from one penny to $10 per share during uranium’s last bull market. That’s a […]

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Don’t Even Think About Buying This Lottery Ticket

Sell! Sell! Sell! That’s not something you hear on Wall Street often. But that’s what everyone is saying about Snapchat. Snapchat is a self-described “camera company.” But it doesn’t actually make cameras. It operates an app that runs on iPhones and other smartphones. This app lets you take pictures and put silly “filters” on them. […]

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Food Crisis—The Greatest Threat to Social Stability

Recently, I was in a pharmacy and overheard the pharmacist say to someone, “There’s so much unpleasantness on the news these days, I’ve stopped watching.” The pharmacist has my sympathy. I’d love to be able to ignore the deterioration of the First World. It is, at turns, tedious, depressing, disturbing, and infuriating. Unfortunately, we’re now […]

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