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You may remember the first time I put cannabis investing on your radar two years ago.
How trillions of dollars in EZ money worked to undercut the great American economic engine.
How to avoid letting this psychological trap cost you everything.
How saying “Yes!” to new experiences and going against the crowd can set you on the path to true financial independence.
A contrarian investor has to ask: Is it time to go, as Donald Trump might phrase it, “sh*thole shopping”?
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.
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.
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.
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.
The U.S. government is the largest player in the financial markets.
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…
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.
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