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It's hard to believe that more than ten years have gone by since we began writing The Daily Reckoning out of a Paris office back in July of 1999?
Since then, a lot has changed. We have seen the dot com boom and bust... a massive expansion of credit...real estate mania and meltdown?and epic highs and lows in the markets.
Nothing about the past ten years has been boring. And we have been there throughout, trying to help readers make some sense out of our global economy. And hopefully providing a few laughs along the way.
In short, we pen The Daily Reckoning each day -- for free -- to show you how to live well in uncertain times. We aim to make each article the most entertaining 15-minute read of your day.
This murdered Soviet economist's groundbreaking research could mean a breakthrough in understanding how markets work, and shed light on the best time to invest.
When Congress can't pile the debt any higher, the fabric of American society will be tested -- and sooner than you think. Most don't realize it, but here and there American society is faltering in a scary way. This video shows several examples:
Today, Peter shows you the potential economic impact that driverless cars will have on the economy and your pocket book.
Today, crowdability founder Wayne Mulligan tells you “the must knows” of private equity crowdfunding.
Whoever’s spying on us can always find something to do with whatever they find.
Some governments already are looking at how to advertise Obamacare, and some ideas brewing are goofy, while others are just awful.
The first round of negotiations over a new trade agreement between the U.S. and the European Union is scheduled to start this week, but it may be doomed before it even begins.
You might be tempted to think that the global economy is recovering, the dollar strengthening and gold will finally sink into obscurity. Think again.
The ability of any company to generate meaningful organic revenue growth and positive earnings is largely dependent on new product offerings that effectively address a need or limitation experienced by their customers.
You need not suspect the motives of those responsible for NSA surveillance to detest what they are doing.