Past Articles


Why Things Will End Badly for Investors in US Stocks

Yesterday, we reported on the latest money woes in Argentina. Today, we turn back to the US. The Dow caught a bid yesterday, with a 90-point rise, bringing it to rest at 15,928. That's 15,017 points higher than the low it hit in 1981, just after Ronald Reagan was elected. In 1982, US stocks began a sustained and spectacular...

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Get Ready for the Next Emerging Market Crash…

Blame Argentina! Some people think it was the 15% drop in the peso that triggered the recent selloff in...

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Don’t Buy the Dip…

On Friday, the Dow suffered its worst one-day percentage decline since November 2011. The index plunged by nearly 2%....

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The Truth About Bernanke’s Legacy

Historians will look back on this period with awe and wonder. Somehow, three generations of economists and policy-makers have...

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Our Favorite Way to Build Long-Term Wealth

Dow down 41 yesterday. Gold down $3 an ounce. Want something better? Try real estate! Yes, dear reader, we...

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Is It Time to Sell This Popular Sector?

Sell tech stocks. Buy gold miners. This simple formula is our moneymaking advice for this year. Not that we...