Monthly Archives: April 2013

Get On the Road to Riches Today

It was bound to happen.  Yesterday’s selloff, that is. Gold most notably laid a gigantic egg – in addition to the one it laid Friday – falling below $1,330.  The stock market took one look at the bullion market and … Continue reading

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Just a Few Nuts a Day Makes All the Difference

Did you know that one in six Americans age 65 and older lives in poverty? We discovered this while doing research for a new publication we’re working on about how to retire rich.  Quite frankly, we find this figure to … Continue reading

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Clogging Up the Economy

By most accounts, as the season turned from winter to spring in 2013, economic recovery was ready to bloom.  The economy’s fields had been tilled and planted with care…housing was finally on the upswing.  Plus, the Federal Reserve was sprinkling … Continue reading

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The Biggest Baddest Bubble of All

“The Fed is ‘like a wet blanket all over the economy,”’ said David Stockman on The Daily Ticker on Tuesday.  “Everything is being micromanaged by them … they will fail and take private enterprise economy down with it.” The former … Continue reading

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