Archive for August 2018

Early Bird (You Know the Rest)

Tim Sykes says you can diversify your portfolio trading penny stocks… and never worry about a market crash again.
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Cannabis Coast to Coast

Legal marijuana dispatches from Nevada, New York and California Read More

“De-Dollarization” Goes Mainstream

A dozen countries that want nothing to do with the dollar… … and they’re in a position to do something about it China and Russia’s big “de-dollarization” plans — are the Europeans in too? Market milestones keep falling… plus the… Read More

Magical Thinking?

Andrew Keene’s questioned if there’d ever be a brand-new market with the upside potential of the legal marijuana market. He’s found it… and a way to capitalize on it weekly for over $16,000 in profits. Read More

Attack of the Cyber-Grifters 

Be a cybersecurity contractor: You’ll never have to say you’re sorry Contractors “find” foreign boogeymen and rake in taxpayer cash The king of cybersecurity grift — “cleaning up” social media! Tesla, Uber and the Saudi Crown Prince, oh my A… Read More

Dollar Danger: “Currency Boards”

An esteemed economist climbs aboard Jim Rickards’ “Axis of Gold” train, as three nations look to get out from under the thumb of the U.S. dollar Read More

The “Myth” of Managing Risk

Conventional wisdom assumes diversification and average returns of 8–10% will build the portfolio you need for retirement. Not surprising — Tim tests those assumptions…and says they’ll leave your retirement millions in the red. Read More

Bull Runs On (Then What?)

James Altucher takes a look at two economic events that’ll continue to support the bull market’s run through 2020…After that? James explains how to weather the coming storm. Read More

One Nation. Under Stress. In Debt. (Still)…

We take a look back on the 10-year anniversary of our executive publisher Addison Wiggin’s documentary I.O.U.S.A. Is the film’s message as timely today as it was in 2008? Read More

“You Just Said WHO Is Buying WHAT?!”

At a time U.S. markets are again flirting with all-time highs, emerging markets are bargain-priced — dirt-cheap, really. Read More