Archive for 'Politics'

America’s Addiction to Foreign Uranium

Posted on 13. May, 2013 by .

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By Casey Research, What most Americans don’t realize is that dependence on foreign oil isn’t the main obstacle to US energy autonomy. If you think America’s energy supply issues begin and end with the Middle East, think again. One of the most critical sources of foreign energy is due to dry up this year, and […]

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Why Are So Many Seniors Still Working?

Posted on 09. May, 2013 by .

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By Dennis Miller Go into any fast food restaurant or retail store and you’ll find a lot of seniors working for minimum wage. Here’s why. When personal computers hit the scene, numerous retirement-planning programs quickly became available. You entered your personal financial information, along with yield and inflation projections, and the computer would tell you […]

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If Cyprus Is the Bellwether, then Canada Is the Red Flag

Posted on 09. May, 2013 by .

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By Jeff Thomas, International Man An intriguing article titled “Canada Includes Depositor Haircut Bail-In Provision for Systemically Important Banks in 2013 Budget” was recently published in SD Bullion. The somewhat lengthy title offers all the information necessary, but for those who – quite understandably – may not be able to accept that they have just […]

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Is Abenomics Going to Put Japan Back on the Map?

Posted on 09. May, 2013 by .

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By John Mauldin In a special Outside the Box today, Keith Fitz-Gerald, Chief Investment Strategist for Money Morning, dissects “Abenomics,” the radical, not to say outlandish, fiscal moves that the newly installed government of Japan is making. And Keith has a ringside seat: he spends much of each year in Japan.In an attempt to cut […]

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The Myth of American Energy Independence: Is Nuclear the Ultimate Contrarian Investment?

Posted on 08. May, 2013 by .

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Porter Stansberry vs. Marin Katusa: Who Won the Bet? By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist On May 1, 2012, Porter Stansberry and I made a bet. Porter predicted that oil would go below US$40 per barrel within 12 months. I stated that there was no chance that this would happen (my reasons are presented […]

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Handicapping the Potential Successors to Ben Bernanke

Posted on 06. May, 2013 by .

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By Paul Brodsky, QB Asset Management [Ed. note: This article originally appeared as a guest contribution in the “Midweek Matters” Casey Daily Dispatch.] A couple of days after the Fed announced Ben Bernanke would not attend the Jackson Hole summit, for the first time in twenty five years, the New York Times (on the first […]

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Watching for the Canary in the Coal Mine | Worldwide Precious Metals Exchange

Posted on 06. May, 2013 by .

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Like most investors, the experience of the financial crisis left an indelible mark on me as an evaluator of risk. By Joe Yasinski, for the Hard Assets Alliance Like most investors, the experience of the financial crisis left an indelible mark on me as an evaluator of risk. Like most of you, I spent countless […]

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International Money Flow Is Tightening

Posted on 03. May, 2013 by .

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By Kevin Brekke, Editor: Metals & Mining Division The EU continues its chainsaw juggling act. The austerity pledge from France is holding about as well as its Maginot Line, while Greece has sworn to meet its fiscal targets in 2014 2015 2016 soon, and the Italians promise they’re going to kick some serious fiscal butt […]

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Doug Casey on Internationalizing Your Cash

Posted on 30. Apr, 2013 by .

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By Doug Casey, Chairman (Interviewed by Louis James, Casey Research) L: Doug, we talked previously about getting assets out of your home country, especially the US, where to take them, and what to do with them. In so doing, you touched on the inevitability of currency controls just ahead, especially for Americans. Can you tell us […]

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A Blueprint for Internationalizing Yourself

Posted on 26. Apr, 2013 by .

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By Jeff Thomas, International Man The countries of the developed world are experiencing a new class of refugee – members of the middle and upper class. These rungs of the socioeconomic ladder are realizing that their countries of residence are in many ways going rapidly downhill without much hope of a short- or medium-term reversal. […]

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Hoisington Investment Management-Quarterly Review and Outlook, First Quarter 2013

Posted on 24. Apr, 2013 by .

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By John Mauldin Lacy Hunt and Van Hoisington launch into their first-quarter “Review and Outlook,” this week’s Outside the Box, with a statement that some may find eye-opening: “The Federal Reserve (Fed) is not, and has not been, ‘printing money’…” But given the facts of life about how money is really created (and destroyed), they […]

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