Tuesday , 17 September 2019


Alternative Investments: Are They For You?

Back in 2007, 65% of American adults reported investing in stocks yet in 2016, only 52% said they had money invested in equities so, where is all the money going? While there are no clear answers to this question, there are alternatives to the stock market which might be palatable to certain investors. We'll explore these asset classes and ways in which even average investors might take advantage of their opportunities.

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Stocks Down By 40%; Gold Down To $650-750; Oil Down To $26 By Year End

The expectation that we'll just grow our way out of this big fat bubble is not realistic. That has never happened - not once in history - and there's NO CHANCE this will be the first time - not given our aging populations, low productivity and unprecedented debt burdens! Here's my forecast - my expectations - for this very tricky year:

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The Way Your Financial Advisor Gets Paid Could Harm Your Portfolio

Just as it’s smart to question the doctor suggesting test after test for you at a facility he or she owns, it’s important to know how your financial advisor’s pay structure creates incentives that may harm or help your portfolio in the long run. Let's review the various ways there are for you to pay a financial advisor as well as the various ways a financial advisor can get compensated for how he/she "manages' your portfolio.

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‘Money, Money, it’s a Rich Man’s World’ – An Amusing Look At Central Bankers

Dear reader, I was afforded a most extraordinary experience recently that has given me unique insight into our global financial and political systems. I intend to share my experience with you. However, I caution you, that the information I gleaned from this experience will be disturbing. What you are about to read will forever change your view of banking, politics, economics and money. Read on, if you dare.

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