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Too Big NOT to Fail?

52%… That’s the percentage of customer deposits physically sitting at our nation’s five largest banks. So what should happen if another financial crisis strikes America? Obviously, no one knows exactly what will happen, because no one can see the future. But there is one thing that’s for sure: the next financial crisis will be worse [...]

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Let’s Lock in 52% Profits

In the June 23 issue of Strategic Technology Alert, we recommended buying the January 2015 $39 call option on Microsoft (MSFT150117C00039000) for no more than $4.20 per contract. Heath and I were (and still are) very confident that incoming CEO Satya Nadella would get the tech icon back on track and steer the company into [...]

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We Now Have a “Mafia-Style” Government

How do you trust a government that can’t even add or subtract? Official numbers say the unemployment rate is around 6%, but it’s actually closer to 23%. The government also tells us the deficit is “only” $492 billion, yet it’s really more like $6 trillion! So why the discrepancy? It’s not because the government can’t [...]

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One Day Our Electricity Could Be Free

Crony capitalism is one of those things that just drives me insane. I hate the fact that there are powerful interests sucking away economic gains from hard-working people who do right every single day. And I hate the fact that these interests are using their power to pass laws that might stifle innovation or hamper [...]

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America Isn’t the King of Beer Anymore

Drinking beer is an American pastime.  But the Chinese are quickly catching on. Today, more beer is sold in China than anywhere else in the world. That’s quite a leap considering that in 1961, the average Chinese adult drank only a half a bottle of beer per year. That’s not much. But at the time, [...]

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