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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 Great Post-WW2 Real Estate Bull Market Is Over”—Part II

Justin’s note: Today, we’re sharing part two of Doug Casey and E.B. Tucker’s essay on the real estate market—and the scary direction in which it’s headed. If you missed part one, you can catch up here. By Doug Casey and E.B. Tucker As I (E.B.) told you yesterday, the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy real estate is over. The […]

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“The Great Post-WW2 Real Estate Bull Market Is Over”—Part I

Justin’s note: Today and tomorrow, we’re sharing a special two-part series from Casey Research founder Doug Casey and Casey Report editor E.B. Tucker. They both share an alarming insight on the U.S. real estate market. As you’ll see, things are about to get a lot worse from here… By Doug Casey and E.B. Tucker He […]

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We Haven’t Seen a Buying Opportunity Like This Since 1999

Let’s turn back the clock to January 1999. The U.S. stock market is on fire. The S&P 500 is up 167% over the last four years. It’s up more than 300% over the last decade. It’s a true mania. And everyone is getting rich. But here’s the thing: manias don’t last forever. Eventually, they all […]

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Doug Casey on Why It’s OK to Discriminate

Justin’s note: It was the worst article I’ve ever read. The piece was titled “Could It Be Time To Deny White Men The Franchise?” In it, the author argued why white men should no longer be allowed to vote. As soon as I finished reading the article, I sent it to Casey Research founder Doug […]

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Miami Is Spelling Doom for the Real Estate Market

Have you been to Miami recently? If you have, it would be easy for you to think that the city was experiencing some sort of magical real estate boom. And why wouldn’t you? Construction cranes dot the city’s skyline. Source: Getty Images Surely this is a sign of a healthy market, right? Well, not exactly. […]

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Get Ready for the Biggest Gold Move in Years

Make the trend your friend. Every investor has heard this advice. It means that you should swim with the tide, not against it. In other words, don’t buy stocks that are in free fall. And don’t bet against stocks that are soaring. After all, a trend in motion tends to stay in motion. With that […]

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Why Canada’s Housing Bubble Could Soon Become Your Problem

What kind of house would you buy with $1 million? A beachfront property…a mansion on a large estate…maybe a luxury condo? Any of these would be possible in most cities. But you might want to temper your expectations if you live in Toronto. That’s because $1 million won’t buy you much there. Just look at […]

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How to Profit From America’s Failing War

The United States can’t win this war. It’s time to surrender. After all, this war has already claimed thousands of lives. It’s leveled entire communities. And it’s wasted more than $1 trillion worth of taxpayer dollars. I’m not talking about the War in Afghanistan, the Iraq War, or even the War on Terror. I’m talking […]

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These Four Charts Reveal the “Ugly” Truth

I recently received a disturbing email. It came from one of the smartest and most respected analysts I know. All it said was “Ugly…” Below the ominous message was a series of charts. I couldn’t believe what I saw. These charts prove that the U.S. banking system is in serious trouble. I’ll explain what I […]

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Doug Casey on Trump’s Attack on Syria

Justin’s note: “Trump did something. Obama went on the apology tour. It’s nice to have a president who does something.” I overheard these words while working out at my local gym on Friday. It was part of a conversation between two middle-aged men. At first, I didn’t know what they were talking about. But it […]

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