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Why You Shouldn’t Rely On Long-Term Market Trends

Chris Mayer

People assume that markets and financial instruments have some kind of long-term average they tend to flock toward. But in reality, a handful of wild swings in various directions often skew these averages to a point where the "long-term" is not at all reliable, let along predictable. Chris Mayer has more...


5 Min. ForecastThe “Snowflakes” that Will Cause the Next Financial Crisis

Dave Gonigam

The debt and leverage that Washington and Wall Street have built up over the years will eventually blow up. And when it does, it could be "worse than 2008." But there is at least one way to protect yourself. And today Dave Gonigam explains how you can get started before any of this occurs. Read on...


The Massive Energy Deposit that No One Can Get to… Yet

Byron King

By now you've probably heard about the violence in Gaza and Isreal. It's tragic, but there's more to it than the mainstream media lets on. Today, Byron King explains how, amid the conflict, there's also resource scarcity behind the Israeli-Palestinian crisis - namely, in the enormous offshore natural gas deposit known as "Leviathan..."


Your Chance to Profit from Amazon’s “Crazy” Prediction

Matthew Milner

Last year, when Amazon announced they would be using drones to send packages to customers, a lot of people saw it as a clever marketing ploy just in time for the holiday shopping season. But, as Matthew Milner explains, this use of drones could soon be widespread, and that presents a unique investment opportunity for savvy investors...


Addison WigginOne World, One Bank, One Currency

Addison Wiggin

After the 2008 financial crisis, little could be heard over the deafening cries of "mission accomplished." And while the Fed's massive QE program seemed to work, the question remains: for how long? Addison Wiggin explains why the next round of QE will fail miserably, paving the way for the IMF to step in with something called "special drawing rights." Read on...


Who’s Really Profiting from Drone Tech and How to Join Them

Wayne Mulligan

Despite what you hear in the mainstream news, the commercial market for small drones could eventually dwarf the military one. In fact, it’s already happening. This is a big market, and it's getting bigger by the day. Today, Wayne Mulligan explains how to get in on the ground floor. Read on...


2 Simple Charts that Will Help Improve Your Portfolio

Greg Guenthner

While a traditional "buy and hold" investment strategy can be a good way to make money in the long run, it's by no means the only way. For those investors who dismiss technical trading as a "witchcraft" and impossible to figure out, Greg Guenthner has just two charts to show you that could completely alter how you feel about trading stock market trends. Read on...


How to Stop Corporations (and Jobs) from Fleeing America

Clem Chambers

American citizens aren't the only ones fleeing the country because they don't like the direction it's headed. Corporations expatriate for similar reasons. So why are companies desperate enough about corporate tax to leave the U.S., the champion of freedom and enterprise? Clem Chambers explains here...


VideoFloating Exchange Rates are Causing a “Race to the Bottom”

Kate Incontrera

Milton Friedman is roundly regarded as one of the great economists of the 20th century. But his view of the Bretton Woods system was all wrong. And the current mess of floating exchange rates proves that. Today, Lewis Lehrman explains how the current monetary system pits every country against each other in a financial "race to the bottom"...


Protect & Serve (Themselves)

Ryan Mcmaken

The police operate in their own self-interest, the same as every other human being on the planet. For that reason you cannot rely on your local police department to keep your best interest at heart. As Ryan McMaken explains -- and Ferguson Missouri demonstrates -- your police department’s is not necessarily interested in “protecting and serving you”...