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A Glowing Investment Opportunity

It was the worst (and only) nuclear disaster since Chernobyl. Afterward, Japan took all 54 of its nuclear reactors offline. And investors flocked out of the market.

Smart Money Divorces Dumb

The U.S. government is the largest player in the financial markets.

Leave Home

During decline, throughout history, a series of policies is invariably undertaken to save those in government. These policies are always at the expense of the populace.

Doug Casey Debunks the Common Excuses for Staying In One Country

If you don’t get out now, you’ll regret it.

A Whimper and a Bang

In a Whimper, prices go down, money disappears, and the economy goes into depression. After that, our guess is that the Whimper will be followed by a Bang.

Land of The Not So Free

US Customs and Border Patrol proudly—proudly—posts this horrific example of government insanity on its website.

Giving Anarchy a Bad Name

Make no mistake about it: Corporal Klinger was an anarchist.

Unsound Banking: Why Most of the World’s Banks Are Headed for Collapse

An honest banker should no more lend out demand deposit money than Allied Van and Storage should lend out the furniture you’ve paid it to store

Thoughts on the Institution of Government

In case you have not guessed, I loathe governments. Since the beginning of history, they have been despicable organizations that attract the worst kinds of people — those who obey orders without regard to ethics.

How to Profit as America’s Forgotten Cash Crop Becomes Legal Again

In today’s essay, I’m going to show you another milestone on the road to the full legalization of cannabis in the U.S. It centers around one of America’s forgotten cash crops…

What if Venezuelan Hyperinflation Came to the US?

Mike Maloney thinks that hyperinflation is a distinct possibility in the US. So when I read about the runaway inflation rates in Venezuela, I wondered how that would play out in the US if he’s right.

Choosing Your Immigrants

There are always some people who understand work ethic and responsibility. They are the producers. There are also always some who have no desire to work or otherwise take responsibility for themselves. They are the parasites.

The War on Some Drugs

Drugs are a charged subject everywhere. They’re a “hot button” topic. Everyone has a strong opinion, often irrational, that seems to come from deep in the most reactive recesses of their collective minds.

MAGA: Mission Accomplished?

Maybe Mr. Trump is smarter, more dynamic, or just luckier… Possibly. But the gods lay traps for those who think they are… and laugh at them later.

The Most Powerful Wealth-Building Secret in Investing

Amateur investors run from crisis. Great investors run toward it.

VIDEO: The Anarchast: Jeff Berwick Interviews Our Editor, Joel Bowman

Jeff Berwick—who runs Anarchapulco 2019—sits down with Joel and chats about living the unfettered international life.

The Final Blowout Sale

Increasingly, both Europeans and North Americans whom I meet are expressing their concern that the social structure of their countries appears to be breaking down.

Doug Casey: How Much Money Is Enough?

The purpose of having more money is to get what you want out of life. And you may have more than enough money to do that right now, if you just take stock and reallocate it.

Federal Hemp Bill Will Make This Niche Industry Surge

The US federal government classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug. Heroin and LSD are in the same category. That’s ridiculous.

High Returns on Pot Stocks

Just imagine what we would know – how many sick people could have been helped, their pain alleviated – if the state hadn’t basically inhibited research into this plant going all the way back to the 1930s.

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