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The Shock Doctrine: When Order Trumps Personal Freedom

James Rickards

When some event - be it a terror attack, financial panic or natural disaster - upsets the status quo, people are more willing to relinquish their freedom in favor of a greater sense of security. And that's when ambitious political leaders make their move... And as Jim Rickards explains, another such event could be right around the corner. Read on...


U.S. vs. Cuban Health Care: A Tale of Intestinal Fortitude

Peter Coyne

All this week, Peter Coyne has been reporting direct from the streets of Havana, Cuba. Today, he relays one harrowing tale of "intestinal fortitude" from someone on his travel tour - and an account of the kind of medical treatment he received. Read on...


You Will Soon Be Bullish on Solar Energy – Here’s Why…

Stephen Petranek

Solar power as now achieved grid parity, which means it doesn't cost anymore to generate power through solar than it does to use fossil fuels. As a result, an explosion in solar power use will spell disaster for many utility companies... and opportunity for those who know what to do. Stephen Petranek explains...


Tip of the Day7 Modern Folk Remedies That Actually Work

Chris Campbell

Folk remedies are far from being a thing of the past. With the Internet, one could argue that they're stronger than ever. That's why today, Chris Campbell investigates and relays seven modern folk remedies that actually work. Read on...


Double Your Money from the Laughing Stock of the Market

Greg Guenthner

Back on January 15, Greg Guenthner saw a lot of potential out of one unloved aluminum manufacturer. Unlike many stocks on the market, the company he's looking at was still below its pre-financial crisis highs. And now, even after its massive run, it's nowhere near its 2008 high water mark. Read on...


2 Ways to Play the Coming Return to Nuclear Power

Byron King

Since the Fukushima reactor leak of 2011, nuclear energy has been decreasing worldwide, causing uranium's price to fall by more than half in the three years since. However, as Byron King explains, there's a quiet return to nuclear power going on in Japan and around the world. And that's good news for the price of uranium. Read on...


A Massive Opportunity in Space Exploration is NEAR

Stephen Petranek

The Earth is running out of metals. Even copper will be almost depleted within 60 years. Luckily, asteroids are full of precious metals. So it's no surprise that a variety of companies are already being formed to mine those asteroids. Stephen Petranek explains this intriguing investment idea in detail, here...