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Justin Spittler

Research Analyst Originally from Omaha, NE, Justin attended Loyola University New Orleans College of Business. After graduating with degrees in management and economics in 2011, Justin worked several years as a commercial real estate appraiser in New Orleans. While serving as an appraiser, Justin joined Casey Research as a part-time analyst and contributing writer before becoming a full-time analyst in March 2014. Justin is currently the editor of The Casey Daily Dispatch.

The Worst Thing to Happen to the U.S. Dollar Since 1913

Financial freedom could soon be a thing of the past… At Casey Research, it’s our job to tell you about situations that threaten your financial well-being. Usually, these are direct threats to your wealth. Think a stock market crash or bond market collapse. But occasionally, we’ll tell you about other kinds of threats. Today is […]

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Here’s What Will Eventually Tear the World’s Biggest Economy Apart

The first domino in Europe has fallen. Italy held an important constitutional referendum over the weekend. As we’ve explained many times, this vote had huge implications for Italy and the rest of Europe. As we told you, a “Yes” vote would have basically kept things the same in Italy. A “No” vote, on the other […]

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If This Happens, Italy’s Banking System Becomes “Insolvent”

Europe is “screwed.” That’s what Steve Eisman thinks, at least. If the name rings a bell, it’s because Eisman was one of the few major investors who saw the last housing crisis coming. He famously made a huge bet against the U.S. housing market. When housing prices tanked, Eisman pocketed more than $1 billion. The […]

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If You Own This Asset, You Could Soon Have Your “Head Handed to You”

Europe is unraveling. Five months ago, Great Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU). The decision shocked investors around the world. It erased more than $3 trillion from the global stock market in just two days. But the panic didn’t last long. Two weeks later, the S&P 500 set its first new high of […]

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Here’s What to Do If You Missed Out on Yesterday’s Huge Oil Rally

OPEC just made a historic deal. As you probably know, OPEC, or the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, is a cartel of major oil-producing countries. Its members include Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and Iran. Together, the group supplies about 40% of the world’s oil. For years, OPEC fixed how much oil it produced to keep […]

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Doug and Porter on Today’s Once-in-a-Generation Speculation

Editor’s note: Today, we have a special Dispatch for you featuring master speculator Doug Casey and our longtime friend and founder of Stansberry Research, Porter Stansberry. Right now, we’re seeing unprecedented warning signs in credit markets all around the world… The global scale of these problems means the coming crisis—what Porter has called “the greatest […]

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Why Today’s 9% Spike Is Only the Beginning

Fidel Castro is dead. On Friday, the longtime Cuban politician and revolutionary passed away. He was 90 years old. Castro spent more than half his life governing Cuba. He was one of the world’s most well-known leaders of our time, and one of the most polarizing. Some considered him a freedom fighter. Others saw him […]

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What These “Mysterious Deaths” Tell Us About Our Global Banking System

Editor’s note: Today, we have an eye-opening essay from Casey Report editor E.B. Tucker that delves into a serious and disturbing issue not many people are talking about. E.B. says it’s further proof that our entire financial system is corrupt and rotten to the core… David Rossi picked a painful way to commit suicide. On […]

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The Government Is Coming After Your Money… Here’s How to Protect Yourself

Editor’s note: Today, we’re sharing an important essay from Casey Report editor E.B. Tucker. It’s an eye-opening look at why the money in your bank is not as safe as you think… “I know the cops are there.” The receptionist looked around. She didn’t know what the man on the phone was talking about. There […]

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