Tag: Inflation

How To Work Today’s Inflation Fears For 6%+ Dividends And Big Upside

| November 23, 2021
How To Work Today’s Inflation Fears For 6%+ Dividends And Big Upside

I’m hearing from a lot of CEF Insider members who are worried about inflation these days, and there’s a good reason why: consumer prices raced up 6.2% in October from a year ago! The good news is that we’ve got an easy setup that lets us work inflation fears to our advantage, grabbing ourselves bigger dividends, and […]

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What Market Trends Will Drive Through To 2022?

| November 18, 2021
What Market Trends Will Drive Through To 2022?

Some interesting facts related to market trends and the global economy have come into play recently. After the COVID-19 virus event began, global central banks entered a phase of extended easing. This move was an attempt to transition through the economic concerns related to the immediate shutdown caused by COVID-19. These actions have translated into […]

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12 Reasons Why Inflation Is Here To Stay

| November 4, 2021
12 Reasons Why Inflation Is Here To Stay

Kerry Lutz, the founder of the Financial Survival Network, delves into some of the factors that may be behind inflation. Throughout the history of man and money, there have always been periods of inflation. It happened in ancient Rome, China during Marco Polo’s visit, Germany after World War I, and countless other examples. Milton Friedman […]

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Sarah Palin Doesn’t Understand Economics

| November 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

It’s comical just how many politicians and members of the media have no understanding of economics.  No clue.  This utter lack of economics comprehension couldn’t be more apparent than with my least favorite politician, Sarah Palin. For whatever reason, the media loves Palin.  Every speech she gives is covered by the news, ad nauseum.  Now, […]

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Inflation – Much Ado About Nothing

| October 21, 2010 | 0 Comments

Well I was right… sort of.  Last week I highlighted a key economic indicator – CPI, and why you should watch it closely.  I also predicted the CPI would be positive for the month of September. And CPI was positive… as I predicted… but just barely. September CPI showed a 0.1% increase from August levels.  […]

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Where Big Ben Tells Us To Invest…

| October 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

At just before 4:00 am on Friday morning our local pack of coyotes started howling. I’m certain they caught a rabbit and were enjoying a late dinner (or would that be an early breakfast?). Our three large dogs decided to earn their kibble for the week. In unison all three dogs started barking… loudly. Needless […]

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Is Inflation Around The Corner?

| October 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

I have a quick question for you.  Are you more concerned about inflation or deflation?  Off the top of your head, which do you think is the bigger issue? If you’re having trouble answering that question, you’re not alone. Even the experts can’t figure it out.  There are a lot of moving parts.  And the […]

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How To Protect Your Wealth From Hyperinflation

| September 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

A good friend and I were having a chat over a beer last Friday after work.  We were at a little hole in the wall bar just up the street from where I live.  We snacked on some pretzels and played a few games of darts while we drank. We talked about the usual… How’s […]

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Is Your Gold In The Wrong Hands?

| June 28, 2010 | 0 Comments

For more than three years, I’ve been telling everyone to buy gold.  I wrote an article encouraging everyone to buy gold when it was trading for just $700 an ounce.  Since then, gold prices have jumped significantly! I still think there’s tons of upside in gold… but a strange risk has floated to the surface… […]

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Another Moon Shot For “Texas Tea”?

| April 7, 2010 | 0 Comments

Just last week I was writing about crude oil. I talked about the importance of crude for world economies.  We also talked about peak oil theory and its affect on oil prices. Now obviously, there are other important factors affecting oil prices besides “peak oil” theory.  Current supply/demand figures, along with economic growth rates (GDP), […]

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