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Your May 2015 Issue is Now Ready

The government has received its share of praise for stimulating the economy with its combination of quantitative easing and continual ultra-low interest rates. But suffering from this “stimulation” are American citizens, whose hard-earned savings have been stolen by the government. In fact, the Federal Reserve’s inability to raise interest rates has cost savers nearly $1.11 [...]

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A World of Sin and Sorrow

It’s obvious the America today isn’t the one people dreamed about in the ’50s. Rather, nowadays politicians and crony capitalists figure out every way to extract another dime from your pocket. And as James Dale Davidson reveals in this month’s Davidson Unplugged, this will hurt future generations in a big way. In this week’s call [...]

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Out With the Old Mega Corp, In With the New

A week ago one of my cousins from New York asked, “Why is Google snatching up Verizon executives? Is the company planning on buying out the big V?” It was a good question … one I already knew the answer to. You see, Google is going to enter a market that has few players … [...]

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Don’t Get Frozen by “What If” Jitters

I’m sure you’ve gone through it before: You’re set to do something big — maybe it’s starting a business or entering into a big trade — and while your excitement is high, your nerves are even higher. Then all the questions second-guessing your big decision finally hit you… What if you timed the market wrong [...]

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Where Have Income Gains Gone?

I know our president keeps touting an economic “recovery”… But the reality is this: If there was a recovery, most folks haven’t noticed it. Because since 2013, 80% of Americans have actually seen their income decline. That’s something you typically see during a recession, not a recovery. Yet, that’s exactly the situation we live in [...]

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