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Would You Like a Scam With Your Loss?

In my endless search for universal truths, I have uncovered one major thing about the financial world: Markets behave like people. They have their own personality; they can be irrational, and they tend to repeat their past behavior. Although I could speak on the former two items in great detail for years perhaps, today I [...]

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Unintended Consequences Everywhere

Those in power love to pretend that they can engineer anything they want, especially when it comes to our economy. In their heart of hearts, they sincerely believe that they can create an economy without booms and busts… redirect income distribution without any ill effects… and even fight wars in the Middle East in an [...]

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Platinum Option Play: Altria

Boring is good. Not in the social way, of course. But as an investment — some of the best companies out there are extremely boring. Why do I like them? Because they have the proven ability to churn out cash, no matter what happens to the economy or the stock market. Tobacco manufacturer Altria (NYSE: [...]

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Would You Like a Scam With Your Loss?

First off, I’d like to ask you to excuse me if I sound a little agitated today. I just finished researching something that is still making my blood boil. And it’s something that has affected you and I directly. Scams have followed humanity throughout history. And so long as greed exists, scams will too. Naturally, [...]

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Your March Issue of Strategic Investment is Ready

Our current crony-capitalist system carries with it a special charm which keeps the mainstream media from ever truly digging in to reveal the anti-market laws and regulations that are strangling the majority of Americans. To the extent that the economy has recovered since 2009, it has happened primarily to the top 0.1%. It is the [...]

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