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Looks Just Like The Late Stage Internet Bubble Into 2000

Looks Just Like The Late Stage Internet Bubble Into 2000

Cycles reoccur throughout history, but they more rhyme than duplicate. Each bubble tends to get more extreme than the last one because there’s more wealth to chase it. Wealth is concentrated in the top 1% to 0.1% and grows exponentially (income does not). The greatest bubble of our lifetimes was the tech bubble in the […]

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Pros Are Watching This Chart Like A Hawk…

| February 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Pros Are Watching This Chart Like A Hawk…

No doubt about it, the US Dollar has endured some tough sledding over the past few months.  Ever since Ben Bernanke and the Federal Reserve announced an essentially endless 3rd round of quantitative easing (QE), the dollar’s been hard pressed to hang on. Take a look… As you can see from this one-year chart, the […]

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Gold Bears: Will They Be Right This Time?

| April 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

The bears are at it again… They’re all over the business channels calling a top in the gold market. These ill-fated analysts proclaim the yellow metal has finally peaked… and we’re about to see a bullion blowout. What’s their reasoning? They have their usual objections.  You know, silly things like- gold has no useful purpose… […]

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Institutional Investors Are Selling Gold

| March 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

I’ve got bad news for gold bugs… gold is in a bubble. Before you send me a scathing email about why I’m an idiot, let me explain… You see, I don’t hate gold.  I’m just as happy to make money investing in gold as I am in stocks, bonds, or any other asset for that […]

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How The European Union Will Fall

| October 12, 2011 | 0 Comments

As the EuroZone debt crisis drags on, the options for resolving it are getting thin.  We’ve seen virtually every economic expert weigh in with their opinion on how the EU can be saved… If we step back and look at all the news over the past year, adding up the parts of the puzzle… there’s […]

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An Epic Battle Is Brewing Over The Yuan

| October 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

For some time now, China’s been working to turn their currency, the Yuan, into a global reserve currency.  Their reasoning is fairly straightforward… they’d like to stop using the US Dollar for global transactions. China’s already taking steps to achieve their lofty goal.  The most important step they’ve taken is “un-pegging” the Yuan from the […]

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Gold Stock Investing: Barrick Gold Threw Investors For A Loop…

| September 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Wow… What a month for gold stocks. This notoriously volatile sector outperformed the broad markets up through early September as gold prices traded over $1,800 an ounce. Investors were giddy with excitement as premier gold mining stocks like Barrick Gold (ABX) and Goldcorp (GG) were on the verge of breaking out to new 52-week highs. […]

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A US Dollar Rally Against All Odds…

| September 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

It’s no secret the USD is screaming higher.  In just over three weeks, we’ve seen the US Dollar Index climb from just around 74.00, to 78.50. And that’s after it has spent most of the year trading between 73.00 and 76.00. But you’ve got to be wondering… is this rally for real? I’m going to […]

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Make Your Profit In The Euro Selloff

| September 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

Right now the mainstream news media is focused on Europe.  The EuroZone is finally seeing what the markets think about the true value of their currency.  And for the very first time in months, the Euro is starting to collapse… Radical change is in the wind. The Euro has been primed for a selloff for […]

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Get In On China’s Debt Now!

| August 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

I love the smell of fresh newsprint.  I do.  Call me crazy. I love opening up a copy of the Wall Street Journal and looking for the next great investment idea.  Or catching up on what’s going on with current financial events.  You know… mergers, bond auction results, and economic news.  Print is fun to […]

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