Tuesday , 28 January 2020


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3 Dividend Blue Chips That Retirees Will Love

I just added Colgate, Clorox, and Hershey to my own retirement portfolio watch list and consider them great choices for conservative income investors such as retirees. Let's take a look at why these three dividend blue-chips deserve your consideration...and also what prices I'm personally looking for before adding these companies to my retirement portfolio.

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10 Compelling Reasons To Add Physical Silver To Your Portfolio (+3K Views)

It’s natural and even prudent for an investor to wonder if a particular asset is a good investment or not and that’s especially true for silver, since it’s such a small market and doesn’t carry the same gravitas as gold. At this point in history, however, there are 10 compelling reasons to add physical silver to your portfolio.

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Here’s What’s Coming! Warning: Reader Discretion Is Advised! (+6K Views)

Warning: Reader discretion is advised! You are about to read a fictional account of what we could be faced with in the coming years - perhaps as early as 2024 - based on events that are already taking place in America today. It is most alarming but, unfortunately, after everything I’ve seen during my time inside Wall Street, inside the CIA and inside the halls of the Pentagon, that’s the path America’s heading down.

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Currencies Come – and Go: A History (+3K Views)

History clearly shows that when it comes to currencies black swans do happen as the average lifespan of a currency is just 27 years. As such, investors should study currency history and, as part of a smart portfolio, they should protect their hard earned wealth and savings in a defensive fashion. The infographic below documents the history of currency in 10 different countries of significance.

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Noonan on: What Is “Money”? What It Is Not! (+2K Views)

While money makes the world go around, very, very few people understand what money is and what money is not, and that is purposeful on the part of the elites and every government. This article explains why that is the case and why there is such confusion around such an understanding of the facts.

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Inflation: What Is It? What Isn’t It? Who’s Responsible For It? (+2K Views)

Inflation is the debasement of money by the government. PERIOD. It is NOT a general increase in the level of prices for goods and services. These statements are critical to an understanding and correct interpretation of events which are happening today - or expected to happen - that are casually attributable to inflation. Let's go one step further as to what inflation is, what it isn't and who's responsible for it.

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