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If you want to make money investing abroad, listen to Chris Mayer, says S&A Radio host Frank Curzio.
As we enter November, analysts will be coming out of the woodwork with their "end of year predictions." And while it's sure to be entertaining, there's no telling which predictions are going to come true and which are just hot air. Greg Guenthner explains why you shouldn't listen to any of them. Read on...
The financial media is grasping at straws these days. That's no real surprise. But the fact that some people are actually trying to make sense of it all is just a sad testament to how low some investors are willing to stoop for an "informed opinion." Here's what you should really be paying attention to...
The face of warfare is changing -- from guns and bullets to ones and zeroes. Naturally, the Pentagon is spending all it can to keep up with the so-called “fifth domain of war”: cyberwarfare.
Let’s take a look at the logic of the American Empire and what you can expect in the year(s) ahead.
Rogers has shifted his currency strategy, now believing that "currency turmoil" around the world will lead investors to flee to the relative security of dollars. "To my astonishment, I'm optimistic about the U.S. dollar, which I've been terribly pessimistic about for years."
With heavily indebted (and very unpopular) governments looking to cash in wherever possible, it's a good to have a general idea of the options available to you when you think about what to do with your money.
To read Marc Faber is to be grimly aware of all the uncertainty in the world that could erupt at any time.
Large-scale planning fails because the facts upon which it is built are unreliable, frequently completely bogus.