7 Stories That Will Shape the Next 10 Years and Beyond

1. You can’t fool Mother Nature: If you’re a man who feels more tired than you used to, if you’re experiencing a waning interest in sex and if your muscles seem to be disappearing, you may have declining testosterone levels. That…

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Bye Bye Bitcoin, Hello Hard Assets

I’m hoping you weren’t bitten by Bitcoin’s big announcement this morning. In short, the cybercurrency darling Bitcoin had a MAJOR setback. We’ll cover some of the important details today — plus, we’ll take a look at a safer place to…

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The Hidden Energy Trend for the Next 20 Years

Each year, oil giant BP updates its long-term prediction for world energy markets. Tucked away inside their latest update is a hidden energy trend that could prove immensely profitable for the next 20 years. Matt Insley explains…

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The Biological iPhone

Did you know that DNA, when it is being copied, can spin at speeds of 10,000 revolutions per minute?

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“New Gold” Found In America

“In Fracking, Sand is the New Gold” a headline from the Wall Street Journal proclaims.

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Off the Record: Insurers Refuse to Debate Obamacare

The insurance game is even more torrid than usual these days. Critics of Obamacare blame the administration; the administration blames insurance companies; and insurance companies say nothing. John Goodman expounds..

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A Strategy that Beats All End-of-Year Predictions

If history is any indication, the market is primed and ready for a fourth quarter rally. “Shares have climbed in the final two months 82 percent of the time since 1928 when the benchmark gauge advanced at least 10 percent…

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“We Should Trust Our Allies More Than Our Citizens”

Washington, D.C. — Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, announced that her committee will hold a “major review into all intelligence-collection programs.” This surprising declaration followed the revelation, through documents leaked by government whistle-blower Edward Snowden,…

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Why Obamacare’s Failure Has Been Fast and Furious

Obamacare certainly has made history. It has set the record for the fastest-failing Big Government program in world history. This isn’t only about a website flop; it is about the failure of government to accomplish the aims of Obamacare in general, and in a way that has profoundly touched millions of individual lives.

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Investment Alternatives in a No-Growth Market

We drove back into town on Sunday night. People moped around in front of bars. Groups walked uptown from the stadium, their shoulders down, the chins dragging. The city was dark…and unhappy.

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