Serious Investors Hate This Simple Trading Strategy

Tech stocks made a feeble attempt at a bounce yesterday. The Nasdaq Composite shot higher at the opening bell, only to lose its footing in the early afternoon. The tech-heavy index closed in the red for the third straight trading…

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REVEALED: Bitcoin’s Price in 2020

Originally Published at DailyReckoning This July, software grandee John McAfee donned the fool’s cap… and brought down roars of laughter upon his head… This bedlamite actually predicted bitcoin would reach $500,000 by the end of 2020. $500,000! His forecast was…

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This ‘Chart of Doom’ Explains When A Global Recession Will Begin…

Few question the importance of private credit in the global economy. When households and businesses are borrowing to expand production and buy homes, vehicles, etc., the economy expands smartly. When private credit shrinks — that is, as businesses and households…

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GoPro Is a No-Go: 2015’s Worst Stock So Far

My friends love GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO). If you haven’t heard about this new player in the tech world, it’s a go-anywhere camera maker. GoPros are the cameras people can attach to their helmets or sport equipment to get wild, in-the-moment…

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Your Back Door Into an Exclusive Income Opportunity

More than a decade ago, I took a job with a secretive investment company in Atlanta. The company flew under most investors’ radar. We didn’t advertise. We accepted only a few select clients, and we had one of the best…

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How the President’s Trip to China Affects U.S. Investors

[Ed. Note: This week, our own Jim Rickards sat down with Fox Business to discuss President Obama’s recent trip to China, specifically the new military agreements, tariffs on information technology products and other important takeaways from the trip. Watch the…

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How the Fed is Destroying Capitalism

S&P 500 jerked higher yesterday afternoon when the Fed minutes revealed no new information on the dreaded day when interest rates begin to rise. In other words, the stock market is one sick puppy — utterly addicted to the Fed’s…

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Why the Fed’s July Meeting Will Be a Showdown for the US Economy

“It is probably time to retire this graph — until the next recession,” quips chartmeister Bill McBride at Calculated Risk. McBride is the one with the chart tracking the job recovery from every U.S. recession since D-Day. Only this morning,…

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7 Last-Minute Tax Filing Mistakes People Often Make

No one enjoys doing taxes, which probably explains why so many of us leave it to the last. Possible. Moment. With Tax Day fast approaching (next week!), millions of Americans are no doubt scrambling to track down receipts, bank statements and other important…

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America’s Tax on Success

Over the past 80 years or so governments have been expected to provide more and more social services. That means bigger and bigger bills for the taxpayers of this generation and generations unborn. Since governments almost constantly run in the…

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