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Doug Casey on the Nanny State’s Interference in Our Lives

November 06, 2015

Humans are being treated like pawns on a chessboard.... Read More
Doug Casey on the Nanny State

November 04, 2015

There should be a separation of science and state... Read More
The Bull Market is Over

September 24, 2015

It's going to be "a very tough time for stocks and the economy"... Read More
Three Reasons Why the U.S. Government Should Default on Its Debt Today

September 18, 2015

When the government borrows just to pay interest, a tipping point will be reached. It will have no flexibility at all, and that will be the end of the game.When the government borrows just to pay interest, a tipping point will be reached. It will have no flexibility at all, and that will be the end of the game.... Read More
Jim Rogers on Timeless Investing Strategies You Can Use to Profit Today

September 16, 2015

The most important investment lessons Jim Rogers has learned over the years.... Read More
How to Make Sure the Government Can’t Freeze Your Bank Account

September 02, 2015

Here’s how to make sure what happened to the Greek people can’t happen to you... Read More
Money—How to Get It and Keep It

September 01, 2015

If you want serious money, you have to get serious about money.... Read More
The Next Silver Bull May Have Already Started

August 07, 2015

Silver is down 7.1% this year. Will this weakness persist? To find out, let’s look at the key factors in the silver market this year.... Read More
Doug Casey on the Real FIFA Scandal

August 06, 2015

Doug weighs in on the real scandal… the one you're not reading in mass media.... Read More
The Police State and Property Taxes… What You Can Do About It

June 17, 2015

Politicians hike property taxes to pay for police abuse lawsuit.... Read More
Is This For Real?

June 15, 2015

It usually starts in late November and hits a crescendo during the month of December. And you will see stragglers announcing theirs in January.  No, I'm not talking about holiday plans or New Year's resolutions. I'm talking about predictions and forecasts about the coming year for the economy, stock market,... Read More
Texas' Own Fort Knox

June 12, 2015

You can always count on some interesting legislative proposals to come out of California, but more often than not, these are in favor of expanding government. On the other hand, you occasionally get some interesting legislative proposals coming out of other states that are more liberty-oriented. In the case of Texas, the... Read More
Covert Meetings... Secret Technologies

June 11, 2015

Cigarettes with tobacco genetically engineered to help you quit smoking? $40 wireless and mobile Internet-capable tablets? A crude oil extraction process that actually cleans the environment? This is just a partial list of some very intriguing technologies currently being developed and marketed by companies whose names... Read More
This is Weird

June 10, 2015

2015 was going to be the year the American consumer started spending again. The list of reasons the purse strings were gonna finally fly open was as long as your arm. Gasoline prices were falling, savings were up, more people were getting jobs, there was a wealth effect from better home values and higher stock prices,... Read More
More Valuable Than Oil and Gold Combined!

June 09, 2015

Rhenium is sexier than Salma Hayek... What is rhenium and how can anything be sexier than one of the greatest gifts God ever delivered upon mortal humans? Simple... While there's no denying the exquisite beauty of this Mexican bombshell, rhenium can make you filthy, stinking rich. And I'm not sure there's... Read More
Oil Bottom Is In

June 08, 2015

Yep. That's it. Oil prices are done falling. I'm making the call right here and now that it's time to own oil stocks again for long-term potential, not just short-term trading volatility.  As you should know, I've been leading my Real Income Trader subscribers to 40% trading gains on Bakken oil... Read More
The Bubble You're Not Watching

June 05, 2015

Student loans are truly a double-edged sword. They are somewhat analogous to mortgages in that they can be really beneficial for some and quite devastating for those who aren’t careful. There is one big difference between a student loan in the United States and a mortgage. With a student loan, if you get... Read More
Will This Story Change Your Life?

June 04, 2015

You read lots of dramatized stories in the popular media — stories that could be true, that are true in parts, or that are really multiple stories cobbled together, with the facts and characters mixed and matched to suit the writer’s goals. This isn’t one of those. This story is true. It’s... Read More
12% Gold Dividend

June 03, 2015

The best article I read yesterday was this piece on South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham. He said: What’s wrong with Washington is we talk too much and we don’t drink enough... Ronald Reagan and Tip O’Neill would have a drink every afternoon. They didn’t yell at each other on cable TV. They had a... Read More
How to Protect Your Wealth from the Great Ethanol Scam

June 02, 2015

If the ethanol industry were a comedian, it would be funnier than George Carlin. An industry built almost entirely in the halls of Congress, where mandates trump free markets, the gatekeepers of biofuel press releases have come out swinging after the EPA announced it plans to scale back the U.S. biofuel mandate. So... Read More
Here’s What the Next Gold Bull Market Will Look Like

June 02, 2015

The percentage gains from prior gold bull markets applied to current gold stocks shows enormous profit potential is ahead.... Read More
3 Stocks for You

June 01, 2015

We're gonna talk about a couple stocks today. Yeah, I know, with the stock market near all-time highs and the Fed looking for an opportunity to lay down a couple interest rate hikes, the general consensus is that you should not be buying stocks now. Buy low, sell high, and all that...  I'm sure you know... Read More
What the Fed Doesn't Know CAN Hurt You

May 29, 2015

The Federal Reserve continues to make headlines in the financial media. The big talk is still about interest rates and when the Fed will raise them. We have to be clear that the Fed can’t directly raise interest rates. It can raise the federal funds rate, but even that is not so easy these days.... Read More
A 21st Century Cure for Bad Music

May 28, 2015

Watching my parents grow old hasn't been easy. Aside from the normal effects of aging — the graying hair, the slowing pace of life — there has also been no shortage of ailments. My dad with his heart, my mom with her arthritis (which thankfully isn't progressing very rapidly). But for all... Read More
The Message from Last Week’s Headlines: Don’t Dare Sell Your Gold!

May 28, 2015

A scan of recent headlines reveals a growing fervor for gold. And it’s more proof that Harry Dent will lose our bet!... Read More
Sell Oil Stocks?

May 27, 2015

Jim Chanos is a short seller. That is, instead of buying stocks that he thinks will go higher, he sells stock that he thinks will go lower because of inherent fundamental problems. He made a pretty good call on China three years ago when Chinese stocks were flying high... At the time, China was putting up double-digit... Read More
Obama's Gonna Make You Rich!

May 26, 2015

The mandate came down from President Obama on January 9, 2014... Conduct a Quadrennial Energy Review that focuses on energy infrastructure, thereby enabling the federal government to translate policy goals into a set of integrated actions. As an unapologetic libertarian, I can tell you that any time the government... Read More
Does Bill Gates Want Higher Taxes?

May 22, 2015

Bill Gates is still reported as the richest person in the world, with a net worth estimated at $80 billion. He has made more money than it is possible for one person to reasonably spend in a lifetime. That is why he now focuses so much on his charity. There is always a debate going on regarding Apple and Microsoft and... Read More
A Robot That Cuts into Your Body

May 21, 2015

Would you let a robot operate on you? When it comes to building cars, cleaning carpets, or even helping the Army dispose of improvised explosive devices, robots have built for themselves the reputation of fearless, tireless laborers. But surgery? It's a scary prospect for most people, not because robots... Read More
Here it Comes

May 20, 2015

Friday May 15, 2015. Remember this date, because it may well mark the beginning of the end for the 30-year Chinese growth cycle.  It's pretty well known that China has created a huge amount of debt as it has gone into hyper-drive developing its manufacturing sector and adding infrastructure to support the... Read More
5 Tips for a $1 Million Retirement

May 19, 2015

The headline screamed: "$1 Million is no Longer Enough to Retire on" Nonsense! If you have $1 million set aside for retirement, you'll likely be just fine... just as long as you have a solid retirement plan in place — which includes a lot more than just a big wad of cash. Although it's... Read More
History Shows A Gold Bull Market Is Fast Approaching

May 19, 2015

Changes on the horizon will transform the gold market from flat and listless to exciting and profitable. ... Read More
The Part-Time Problem

May 18, 2015

Last week, I wrote an article titled, "How the Bull Market Ends." The gist of the article was that the employment picture in the U.S. is not getting the credit it deserves. In fact, many sources tend to go to extreme lengths to poke holes in the ongoing "economic recovery" story, as this headline... Read More
Gold, Bonds, and Inflation

May 15, 2015

There is no shortage of news these days, with Tom Brady being suspended for supposedly knowing about deflating footballs to a growing list of presidential candidates for 2016. Even in financial news, the price of oil — and gasoline along with it — is heading up, and stocks are bouncing around near... Read More
These Robots Are on Our Side

May 14, 2015

There is no single weapon system in the world more expensive, more sophisticated, or more powerful than the U.S. Navy's new Gerald R. Ford-class supercarrier. At $13 billion a pop and running $6.5 million per day just to keep it and its 6,000+ member crew operating, nothing even comes close. Putting this into... Read More
The Next Gold Bull Market Starts Before October

May 14, 2015

A major event will take place this October and could impact gold. And my bet with Harry Dent is live!... Read More
Warren Buffett Can't Stop Talking About THIS Stock

May 12, 2015

Tree-huggers were up in arms last week after Warren Buffett blasted Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ: WFM). As reported in Bloomberg, in response to questions about holding investments in companies that make foods high in sugar while consumers' diets shift toward healthier options, Buffett said, “I don't see... Read More
How the Bull Market Ends

May 11, 2015

I don't mind if someone wants to be bearish. Really. If you wanna jump at everything that goes bump in the stock market or the economy, that's fine by me. There's just one thing I ask of the sky-is-falling crowd: Get your facts straight. The U.S. economy is having its best employment growth in decades. As of... Read More
Buy Silver or You Will Die!

May 11, 2015

Silver is vital to human existence. Check out the new way we intend to profit.... Read More
Gold-Backed Currency is Here!

May 08, 2015

The Federal Reserve has debased the U.S. dollar on an almost continual basis since it came into existence just over 100 years ago. While the dollar has been more reliable than most other currencies around the world, it has still lost 96% of its purchasing power over the course of a century. As a big critic of the Fed, my main... Read More
This Tiny Robot Moves at 2,000 mph

May 07, 2015

American Sniper, the book and movie by the same name, has opened the eyes of many to the realities of modern warfare. Sniping, once viewed as a dishonorable means of taking the fight to the enemy, was shown to be far less simple and safe than the concept of engaging targets from a distance may imply. When Chris Kyle, the... Read More
A Powerful Weapon of Financial Warfare—The US Treasury’s Kiss of Death

May 07, 2015

It's an amazingly powerful weapon that only the US government can wield.... Read More
You Can't Trust Media

May 06, 2015

As you know, I live in Baltimore. It's been a challenge to keep the recent protests in perspective. I've seen firsthand how the media blitz has blown things out of proportion. The worst came on Monday, when Fox News nearly set off another round of mayhem with inaccurate reporting. A reporter — Mike Tobin... Read More
Buy this IPO!

May 05, 2015

Southern food is not alien to me. Having spent many summers visiting my family in Richmond, VA, I have a decent amount of experience diving face-first into plates of fried chicken, mustard greens, okra, butter beans, and pecan pie. All homemade, of course. I can still remember the smell of the chicken frying in my... Read More
Can You Put Your Brainpower into Overdrive?

May 05, 2015

Nootropics may turbocharge your brain, but for now, they won't turbocharge your investment portfolio.... Read More

May 04, 2015

It was a wild weekend here in Baltimore. I actually took my kids out of town to visit the grandparents in Richmond, VA. Everything seems back to normal after six Baltimore police officers were indicted for a death that was ruled a homicide. There's a huge number of topics to cover today, so I'm breaking out the... Read More
Finally: New Highs for Nasdaq

May 01, 2015

The NASDAQ stock market index (“Nasdaq”) quietly closed at new all-time highs last week. It is the first time it beat its high closing of 5,048.62, set on March 10, 2000. It is surprising how little attention this news received. It took “only” a little over 15 years to beat its old record. But a little... Read More
These Three Developments Say New Mine Supply Is Peaking

May 01, 2015

This three-headed monster has long-term implications for the gold market—and gold investors.... Read More
Crude Oil 2.0... Hint: It's a Metal

April 30, 2015

Image you owned a piece of Spindletop Hill on January 10th, 1901. It was the first oil gusher of the Texas oil boom (pictured to the right at the very moment it changed history), and it set off an industry that would end up making trillions off the explosive demand for gasoline in the early 20th century. Early... Read More
Is it the Big One?

April 29, 2015

Is today the Big One? With apologies to the late Redd Foxx and his hilarious, "It's the big one, Elizabeth, I'm comin' to see you" routine, the Fed is due to give us a little more clarity on when the first interest rate hike will come.  Yes, it's a big one.  Because the stock... Read More
Warning Signs

April 27, 2015

I do not claim to be an especially smart man. The investment world is littered with "smart" people who have gone broke because they thought they had it all figured out. It's called hubris — when you think you know so much that you stop looking for reasons you might be wrong. One of the best... Read More
The Government Wants to Help...

April 24, 2015

Despite the bull market in stocks, many Americans are not feeling all that rich. The majority of Americans don’t invest in individual stocks, although a much larger percentage have some kind of pension or 401(k) plan. But even these are not making most Americans rich. Due to a lack of knowledge, and perhaps a lack of... Read More
The Cyborg Has Arrived

April 23, 2015

In 1984, the world got its first iconic man/machine hybrid in the form of James Cameron's Terminator. He was big, scary, didn't say very much, and had a job to do — just one job. And it wasn't pleasant. According to Kyle Reese — the savior of the movie's protagonist — technology... Read More
Get Ready

April 22, 2015

It sounds like something out of a history book: a heavily indebted ruler faced with the possibility that he might not meet a debt payment to a group of international bankers decides to steal as much money as he can from his country's coffers... Two days ago, this exact scenario played out in Greece. Newly elected Greek... Read More
No Such Thing As a Sure Thing—But Sometimes It’s Close

April 22, 2015

Revealed: the one thing you need to be serious about if you want to make big money at investing ... Read More
This is the end...

April 21, 2015

Companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Google (YouTube included) have all spent the last half-decade chipping away at the foundation of cable. It's been a long and arduous process, but when you take a look at the numbers, it's obvious the $100 billion oligopoly is finally starting to crumble. For one, nearly 8 million... Read More
Unsound Banking: Why Most of the World’s Banks Are Headed for Collapse

April 21, 2015

Doug Casey explains how banking is supposed to work vs. how it actually works today. ... Read More
They'll Steal Your Money

April 20, 2015

Chinese stocks rally like crazy... then crash. Oil stocks crash... then rally. Europe has been the number one investment idea for many gurus so far this year, even though Greece is on the verge of default and the EU economy is persistently flat. The fear-mongers will tell you the U.S. dollar will crash... but the charts... Read More
Beware the risks

April 17, 2015

The city of Stockton, California filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in 2012 — the largest city in U.S. history to do so at that time. Soon after, the city of Detroit became the largest city to file for bankruptcy protection. The president of the New York Federal Reserve, William Dudley, recently gave the opening... Read More
Two Guys Build a Brain for Fun

April 16, 2015

Last year, I had the rare opportunity to attend a closed awards ceremony at the Pentagon. One of the awardees was an old friend of mine from high school — a brilliant electrical engineer who had invented a state-of-the art guidance system for military robots operating in hostile GPS-denied environments such as... Read More
One to Sell, Three to Buy

April 15, 2015

It's ridiculous what passes as investment advice on dividend stocks these days. For instance, every time I see a “Top 5 Dividend Stocks” article, the author invariably recommends McDonald's (NYSE: MCD). Yeah, the same McDonald's that has seen U.S. sales declines for the last nine months in a row and... Read More
A weapon worth $1.5 trillion

April 14, 2015

It's the most expensive publicly funded program in the history of the world. In fact, even after accounting for inflation, this single endeavor will cost the United States just over one-third of the total cost of the Second World War. When all is said and done, it will have cost American taxpayers about $1.5 trillion.... Read More
This is Outrageous

April 13, 2015

We all have the helpless feeling that America has been taken over by the rich and powerful. For "regular" Americans, it's harder to make ends meet these days because we are nickel-and-dimed to death. Cell phone bill, cable bill, health insurance, gasoline prices, food prices... even the movies. If I want to... Read More
Gold is Back!

April 10, 2015

According to some, there was a turning point in American dominance this past week. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) has officially taken off, with most Asian countries and other major countries joining, even to the surprise of Chinese officials. The U.S., Japan, and Canada are not participants in the new... Read More
"Illegal Stocks" Returning 10,000%?

April 09, 2015

Let me present you with a little scenario to illustrate a point that's lost on just about all of the 99%... Martin, a young man in his early 30s, learns about an investment opportunity from a friend of his. A few phone calls are made to the right people, and Martin receives something called an "investor... Read More
They Don't Want You to Buy This

April 08, 2015

On April Fool's Day, I suggested that you might you want to buy a few shares of a certain oil stock. I thought I laid out a pretty compelling argument for why oil prices were likely to rally and why this particular stock was a good way to play a rebound for oil prices. I even included a cool chart with color-coded... Read More
More dangerous than heroin (it's not what you think)

April 07, 2015

For the last half-century, antibiotics have been the backbone for the treatment of infections in modern medicine. Across the years, though, our over-reliance on these drugs has backfired. The sweeping use of antibacterial drugs has sparked an evolutionary arms race between us and bacteria... and we're rapidly falling... Read More
Should We Really Put Gold in an IRA?

April 07, 2015

Traditional investment advice says an IRA is not a good place for gold. However, consider these four reasons why everyone might want gold in their retirement accounts—and get six months' free storage by starting your own gold-backed IRA. ... Read More
93 Million...

April 06, 2015

93 million. That's how many shares are short on one of my favorite investments right now. With a total of 304 million shares outstanding, we're talking about 32% of this company's stock that has been sold short by traders who think the share price is going lower. The thing is, over the last couple of years,... Read More
It's going to pop

April 03, 2015

China has come a long way for a communist country. Beginning around 1980, the Chinese government loosened restrictions on agriculture and let in a glimpse of the free marketplace. Since that time, the most populated country on the planet has had unprecedented growth. Never in the history of man have so many people been... Read More
Will Robots Enslave Your Kids?

April 02, 2015

The ongoing conversation on robots and artificial intelligence has definitely been ramping up towards critical mass lately. Sure, we started to get warnings about the technological singularity years, even decades ago — the most famous early example coming to us courtesy of James Cameron and Arnold Schwarzenegger in... Read More
Doug Casey: Signs of a Resource Sector Bottom

April 02, 2015

The prudence of owning precious metals is more paramount than ever.... Read More
Easy Income

April 01, 2015

On February 2, 2015, I recommended a Bakken oil stock to a group of my readers. The stock was Oasis Petroleum (NYSE: OAS), and I've written about it before (here and here) in Wealth Daily. It's an interesting story, and I'd like to take you through the whole process of this trade: Why I was watching it, why I... Read More
A Cure for Metals Investor Malaise

April 01, 2015

You don't have to be able to time the market in order to make boatloads of money—watch one man who did it right.... Read More
Ask These 3 Questions

March 31, 2015

For the past half-decade, the living has been easy on Wall Street. Since 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has reached double-digit gains in three different years (with an 18.82% return in 2009 and a 26.50% return in 2013). During the other three years, the DJIA finished in positive territory, giving investors access... Read More
Will Gold Win Out Against the US Dollar?

March 31, 2015

Why we believe the gold price will turn around.... Read More
All About Earnings

March 28, 2015

We talk a lot about interest rates and how they affect the stock market and our investments. The logic goes that cheaper money is good for corporations, as the less they spend on interest payments, the more income they can show on the bottom line. Lower rates should also help spur the economy, making homes more affordable and... Read More
Where are the savings?

March 27, 2015

When asked about their top financial worry, Americans cite retirement at the top of the list, according to a recent Gallup poll. And they are right to be worried, at least based on the numbers and projections. Fewer and fewer companies are offering defined benefit pensions. They are turning to defined contribution plans,... Read More
China's Most Dangerous Weapon

March 26, 2015

People give Western media a lot of flak for sensationalizing catastrophes, feeding paranoia, and spinning facts into conspiracy scenarios that do nothing but up ratings — and blood pressures. So it's a bit surprising that they missed one of the biggest stories of the century — and yes, I do mean... Read More
Don't Listen to This Gold Advice

March 25, 2015

It's among the most irresponsible and dangerous things I've ever heard someone say. It may even be criminal, because the reason he's saying it is simply to enrich himself — at the expense of anyone who listens. I would liken him to Bernie Madoff, but I don't know if anyone is actually listening to... Read More
Invest in the Next Silicon Valley

March 24, 2015

If you've never heard the term “Silicon Slopes” before, I imagine it won't be very long before you do. The term, now used promotionally by Governor Gary Herbert, refers to a collection of information technology and software development firms located throughout the Salt Lake City metropolitan area and... Read More
The Secret of Success in Mineral Exploration

March 24, 2015

The key variable that makes for successful exploration—and speculation.... Read More
Why Won't Congress Help?

March 23, 2015

Why doesn't Congress want the U.S. economy to be stronger? When you look at what's driving U.S. economic growth — and what's holding it back — the only reasonable conclusion is that Congress wants the U.S. economy to be weak.  Consider this chart... $2 trillion: That's how... Read More
The Government Has a Trick Up Its Sleeve

March 20, 2015

The U.S. national debt continues to soar — although over the coming months it won’t officially soar. Last year, Congress suspended the debt ceiling until March 15, 2015. That date has officially come and gone, so what now? The national debt now stands at just over $18.1 trillion. Because of the suspension,... Read More
Why Aren’t These Investors Worried About The Gold Price?

March 20, 2015

Why some gold investors are confident about gold's future—and how you can be, too.... Read More
Wall Street is Terrified of This Research Paper

March 19, 2015

A research report being circulated through the financial community right now has both independent traders and hedge fund managers alike scratching their heads, cursing under their breath, and fearing for their lives. The report goes by the somewhat glib-sounding name of "Size-Matters, If You Control For Junk,"... Read More
Follow These 7 Tips

March 18, 2015

One of the Wealth Daily correspondents just returned from a trip to Europe. Given the attractive exchange rates for the U.S. dollar/euro, we asked him to share some insights about his trip. So Brian O'Connell is writing today, and I'll be back on Monday, March 23. Until then, Briton L. Ryle My daughter... Read More
Market: Gold is Dead

March 17, 2015

The S&P 500 has been falling since the end of February. It is down about 170 points since it hit all-time highs three weeks ago. And yet, as you can tell by this five-year chart, the uptrend remains on track. The S&P 500 remains well above its 200-day moving average, and the MACD remains stuck in overvalued... Read More
Reality Always Wins… But Never on Schedule

March 17, 2015

It’s possible not only to recover from a severe correction but to come out way ahead.... Read More
This is Happening Now

March 16, 2015

Hello, and happy Monday. There is a LOT going on in the markets these days. But then, that's always true. The stock market is the Great Discount Mechanism, sifting reams of info every day and spitting out judgment in the form of price action. Of course, it's a machine of human construction, and like any... Read More
Strong? Compared to What?

March 13, 2015

There’s an old joke where a man is asked, “How’s your wife?” The man replies, “Compared to what?” When talking about financial markets, the term “relatively speaking” is an important one. And I can think of no better example than the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar index is now... Read More
Will Warren Buffett Really Let This Deep Value Slip By?

March 13, 2015

Even the legendary Warren Buffett has his investing biases.... Read More
Infinite battery life for your devices?

March 12, 2015

A few years from now — maybe in as little as 18 months — your phone will never again need to be charged. The battery, which you now feed electricity via a wire, will continue pumping out electrons regardless of how many hours, days, or weeks it's been on and in use. This is not some sort of trick... Read More
Why You Should Listen to This Man About Gold

March 12, 2015

Watching and following an industry’s most successful players can pay off very well for investors.... Read More
Are They Traitors?

March 11, 2015

Growing up in my house, you just didn't air your dirty laundry for the neighbors to see. Sure, behind closed doors, we had plenty of, um, disagreements. Like any kid, I'd challenge my parents' authority. Because sometimes they were just wrong. Still, I knew better than to confront them when we had company.... Read More
Your Shot at a Venture Deal

March 10, 2015

It's called “public venture funding.” And the bank behind it — the Midas Supergroup — has been hugely successful with this model. Investors have walked away with 19 to 670 times their money. There's some “logic behind it,” Forbes hails. This group is basically turning... Read More
How to Get Struck by Lightning

March 10, 2015

Anticipating takeovers can really juice investor profits... Read More
A Safe 30%

March 09, 2015

I've been telling anyone who would listen that Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) is one of the safest investments out there. I wrote about it here in Wealth Daily in March of 2013, when it was trading for $12 a share. I said it again in August 2013, when shares were around $14. And I'm on record saying I still think... Read More
Cut These Taxes Now

March 06, 2015

U.S. companies — particularly technology companies — are keeping big profits offshore. In total, it is estimated that $2.1 trillion is sitting outside the country. Eight technology companies alone — including Apple, Microsoft, and Google — account for more than a fifth of this... Read More
Position Yourself in the War of Wealth

March 05, 2015

Hard to believe that it's now been three and a half years since the Occupy Wall Street movement was first making headlines. It's less hard to believe that this supposed revolution — spearheaded primarily by un-housebroken vagrants, heavily indebted liberal arts students, and iPhone/iPad/Starbucks fanatics... Read More