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Watching on live TV from hundreds of miles away, as vandals come within four blocks of your editor’s home. Plus: Meeting the preppers who were “too sensible” for reality TV. And… Silver bars and solar panels: File them both under “hard assets”
The real reason George W. Bush bought land in Paraguay. Plus, Jim Rickards isn’t just focused on currency wars.
The 543rd “critical” deadline for Greece since 2010… and the elephant in the room many “experts” still don’t see
This is the guy who’s taking the fall for the “flash crash”? Also: Two systems of justice for two types of perps
The leading edge of a $14 trillion debt tsunami approaches, and the Fed is clueless. Plus: Rickards’ China gold prophecy unfolding in real-time
China is a buy on the dips market until the dips don't pop or we get the fireworks of a blow-off top. I'm not trying to oversimplify things--but buying the dips is the best way to handle a manic market like this one.
The mess the Fed made, continued: Still another IMF warning. Plus: Who will fire the next round in the currency wars? The answers could make or break you
As Wall Street stumbles, the case for “bear market income contracts”. Plus, chew on this: An $11.3 billion industry, and why it’s just getting started. And, the colonization of Mars: Sooner than you think, says Stephen Petranek
The public is still missing from the six-year bull market in stocks. Plus: Some of the fattest yields anywhere… and why now is “go time”
What’s behind the New York Fed’s backup plans in Chicago? Plus: Amid the cocktail parties at the IMF meeting in Washington, an ominous warning
Jelly doughnuts and the great $470 billion robbery, continued. Plus: When savers lose from Fed policy, who gains?
Cheap European vacations, yes… but how long will that “strong dollar” remain so? Plus: Jim Rickards on the need to be nimble if you want to do more than preserve your wealth
Totaling the damage to savers from the Fed’s maneuvers. Plus: How to reclaim some of the dollars you lost to zero interest rate policy
When the Fed starts believing its own balderdash. Plus, the hubris -- and secrecy -- of Ben Bernanke
Americans keep the plastic tucked firmly inside their wallets. Plus, it’s still a depression: How the Fed will drag it out for the rest of 2015
The good news and the bad news about taxes and your fellow Americans. Plus, an investor alert: Are you satisfying the IRS’ paperwork requirements for a special class of investments?
“Lower for longer”: Matt Insley finds shale CEOs facing a new reality. Plus, “positioning to survive”: Byron King on oil company cutbacks... and a reliable dividend payer
An all-too-serious April Fools’ Day announcement from Washington… plus the legislative creature that wouldn’t die: CISA’s revived threat to your privacy
Revisiting the quest for stocks that turn every $1 invested into $100. Plus: How Buffett subtly shifted his strategy midcareer… and propelled his results
The $1.4 trillion cash pile just waiting for you. Plus: A success story from the market’s buyout binge… and ten more to follow
Sunni versus Shiite, 2015 version: Brace for possible oil impact. Plus, Saudi Arabia’s best laid plans: What’s the endgame?
Plastic surgery, liquor licenses, vasectomies: The costs that capture Americans’ curiosity. Plus, 2006 redux: Rating agency pronounces itself unconcerned about a shaky pile of debt
Bombs drop, missiles fly, oil back above $50. Plus... Houthis, Hadi and al-Qaida, oh, my: A handy Yemen scorecard
“I’ll invest with people like this any day,” says our Chris Mayer: The Brazilian trio behind the Kraft buyout, shaking up executive suites for 44 years
Six days or six weeks? When is Tax Freedom Day for you? Plus: The funny thing about inflation, then and now. And: Treating cancer with sunshine
A trade that’s been working for more than five years… and why its days are numbered
The blackout that wasn’t… and the investment opportunity that arises. Plus: California’s in a drought… but is it really in a water shortage?
Hedge fund legend fears Fed will “knock over the apple cart”… only you’re not supposed to hear his warning
Is Washington really gearing up for regime change in Russia? And if not, how do you invest?
Chucking the current economic superpower for the new one: “Old Europe” joins the tilt toward China. Plus, waiting on the Fed: Jim Rickards issues a “cloudy” forecast