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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 More >

Doug Casey Says the EU’s Collapse Is Now “Imminent”

On April 23, French voters could drive the entire European Union into its grave. Doug Casey and I recently discussed this historic election—and why it matters to US investors. The death of the EU will make most investors panic. But Doug and I are eager to pounce on the unique opportunities it will create. Until More >

2 Choke Points That Threaten Oil Trade Between Persian Gulf And East Asia

  BY GEORGE FRIEDMAN The flow of international trade has always been subject to geopolitical risk and conflicts. At all stages of the supply chain, trade inherently faces challenges posed by the geopolitical realities along a given route. Some routes are more perilous and harder to navigate than others. One such trade route is the More >

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This One Trade Changed 400 Years of History in Just Four Hours

Justin’s note: Today, we’re handing the Dispatch over to our good friend Teeka Tiwari—former fund manager and the youngest VP ever at Shearson Lehman. By Teeka Tiwari, editor, The Palm Beach Letter On a cold and rainy day in October of 1971, Ray Tomlinson sent the first ever email. At the time, he didn’t think More >

Creating Another “Crash of 1929”

Regarding the Great Depression… we did it. We’re very sorry… We won’t do it again. – Ben Bernanke Waiting too long to begin moving toward the neutral rate could risk a nasty surprise down the road—either too much inflation, financial instability, or both. – Janet Yellen In his speech above, future Federal Reserve Chairman Ben More >

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 More >

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 More >

If You Need to Flee Today, Here’s How to Vanish With $1 Million

Justin’s note: For today’s Weekend Edition, we’re handing over the reins to Palm Beach Letter analyst Greg Wilson… They sewed little pieces of gold into their socks so they could pay for food… The year was 1938. The Kristallnacht pogrom raged through the Jewish ghettoes of Germany. Dozens of Jews were killed. Thousands more were More >

Don’t Get Fooled by This Popular Strategy

Editor’s note: Today’s essay comes from our friend and colleague Jeff Clark, one of the best traders we know. Over the last decade, he’s delivered 28 triple-digit winners and 78 double-digit windfalls for his readers. Below, Jeff discusses one of the costliest mistakes he’s come across in his 35 years of trading. As you’ll see, More >

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