The global economy is in a lull right now. Some expect a recovery sooner, rather than later. Others, like us, think that we could see a second downturn. Either way, there’s one investment you need to own right now: silver.
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We don’t have to go back very far to see the classic boom, bubble, and bust play out. In just the last 15 years, we’ve been fortunate enough to watch over-zealous traders lose their heads again and again. First, they bought tech companies for 80 times their earnings in the late ’90s and then happily purchased banks and insurance companies that were leveraged at 35 times their equity. This time, however, we don’t even need the boom or the bubble to see a bust.
The market’s rally so far this year has given way to a flood of profits for investors. Since early March, the Dow is up more than 49%. But starting today, you can begin cashing in even larger gains using the stock market “Trump Card,” which can guarantee you at least triple your money.
The past 18 months have taken a serious toll on normal supply and demand in many industries. But no industry was impacted more than energy…
The US dollar is in bad shape. Over the past several years, the federal budget deficit has shot up like money is going out of style – and maybe it is.
So far this year, three of the world’s safest blue chip stocks returned 58.5%, 85.2%, and 112.5%, but most investors weren’t even able to touch them. Today, I’ll show you how you can…
Francisco Madero was a revolutionary Mexican leader in the fight for property rights in the early part of the 20th century. Madero, a longtime politician, upset the very powerful seven-time Mexican President Porfirio Diaz by running against him in the 1910 election.
Sometime over the next 16 months, one-quarter of the Internet will go on sale. But you shouldn’t be suckered into this deal…
The number of Chinese with Internet access is increasing at an astronomical rate – after all right now, the region’s penetration rate is only 17% compared with 75% here in the U.S. And along with that growth, opportunities are emerging for a select few investors to get in on tech growth in the Far East.