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Optimism Pays in the Market

There’s really one question that underlies about 75% of everything discussed on the mainstream money media outlets these days…

Why We’ll Never See “Normal” Interest Rates Again

Low and negative interest rates have investors worried. But this trend isn’t new. In fact, rates have been slipping for nearly as long as they’ve been in existence…

No, This Isn’t Like What Happened in 2008

What’s happening in the energy sector is bad. But it isn’t anywhere near the disaster that bears and the media would have you believe…

Great News! This Bull Market Is About to Collapse

Small caps on the Russell 2000 are in a bear market. So are biotech stocks. But there’s one raging bull market that surges on… for now, anyway.

Four Stocks to Play Our Changing Energy Landscape

Instead of a supply glut of oil, we are on the verge of a complete reversal. Global energy demand – particularly in China – is about to skyrocket. And these four plays are set to profit most.

The Fastest-Growing Segment of the Best-Performing Sector

The world of retail has changed a lot in 20 years. With more and more sales being made online, brick-and-mortar stores are facing a bevy of new competition. And these stocks are leading the pack…

R.I.P. Interest Rates

While investors may be breathing a sigh of relief, over the long term, the Fed’s decision to keep interest rates low will have disastrous consequences.

Lessons From a POW

As a former POW, Robert Radford tells a fascinating tale in his essay “Economic Organisation of a P.O.W. Camp” of how economies work. But what stands out most – and what is truly valuable for today’s investors – is his commentary on the camp’s “currency.”