China’s Buying Spree Begins a Stealth Bull Market

China just went on a resource-buying spree of massive proportions.
I’m not talking about oil, natural gas, gold, copper, silver, or grain.
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Warning Signs That We Should Prepare For The Worst

The warning signs are all around us.  All we have to do is open up our eyes and look at them.  Almost every single day there are more prominent voices in the financial world telling us that a massive economic crisis is coming and that we need to prepare for the worst.

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Ratings Conspiracy: New York and London Seek To Beat Down Euro, Says Germany

Smacks of an American conspiracy led by speculators who want to make a killing off a falling euro, right? Well, believe me, they will, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re pulling the strings.

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112 Questions To Ask Yourself In 2012

The beginning of each year is a great time to evaluate the direction of your life and to ask yourself some very important questions.  Often we get so busy just living life that we lose our perspective.  It is important for each of us to take time once in a while to reassess how our lives are going.

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Supreme Court smacks down B-D’s suit against Finra

The firm, Standard Investment Chartered Inc., sued the NASD over its merger with the regulatory unit of the New York Stock Exchange, claiming the proxy used by the NASD in soliciting member approval for the merger was fraudulent.

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Sprott Physical Silver Trust PSLV Brings Out Its Follow On Offering

And as anticipated those buying the Trust at those 30 percent premiums will take about a ten percent hit on this offering.   The premiums must have been indicative of a short squeeze and not of a shortage in physical silver per se.

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“Powering” the Future of Transportation

If you poll 100 people and ask them, “What fuel did the first cars run on?” An overwhelming percentage of them would naturally pick gasoline.

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How to Profit from the “Shale Oil Bubble”

It’s true: French, Japanese, and Chinese energy companies cannot seem to get their hands on a big enough slice of U.S. shale oil deposits these days.

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Two Credit Card Companies I Got My Eye On

While the markets have spent the last several months focused on the macro economic issues of Europe, this week brings a slew of earnings. And even in macro-economic dominated periods like the one we’re in now,

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Inside: The names of three big winners from my portfolios!

Because for the last couple weeks I’ve been telling you a lot about the performance of my portfolios in 2011 … general trends that should have helped my subscribers handily beat the markets … and some of the stock sectors that I like for the coming year.

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