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Save, Invest, Speculate, Trade or Gamble?

For some time, I’ve been saying that the economy is in the “eye of the storm” and that when it emerged, the weather would be far rougher than in 2008.

The Third “Oil Shock” Is Coming

Today, we could be on the verge of an oil crisis even worse than the 1973 “oil shock.”

The Real Reason Why Police Arrested This Grandmother for Bogus “Hashish” Charges…

You may remember the first time I put cannabis investing on your radar two years ago.

How the Feds Sedated American Capitalism

How trillions of dollars in EZ money worked to undercut the great American economic engine.

How to Avoid a Leading Cause of Portfolio Wipeouts

How to avoid letting this psychological trap cost you everything.

The Contrarian Path to Financial Independence

How saying “Yes!” to new experiences and going against the crowd can set you on the path to true financial independence.

The 2018 Year in Gold Recap, and What It Might Forecast for 2019, Part II

Is the Midas Metal poised for a breakout as global debt levels soar and demand heats up?

Doug Casey on Sh*thole Shopping

A contrarian investor has to ask: Is it time to go, as Donald Trump might phrase it, “sh*thole shopping”?

5 Tips for Starting Out as a Speculator

Contrary to popular opinion, speculating is not simply investing with more risk. In fact, even though the big wins can be (much) greater, successful speculation requires a serious commitment to discipline.

The Great Depression II

Leading up to the first Great Depression, those in the financial sector had become unusually creative. Sound familiar?

Doug Casey and Rick Rule: Uranium Legends on the Coming Bull Market

At the end of the last uranium bear market, Doug Casey was the first to alert investors to this enormous opportunity. Those who listened could have made a fortune.

Does Bitcoin Need The Government?

Cryptos are in a secular bull market that will last at least another ten to twenty years. Even now we are still at the very beginning. You don’t depend on anyone else for the safekeeping of your funds. You are the bank.

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