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Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market

Fantasy Stocks for a Fantasy Market By Doug French, Contributing Editor, Casey Research They don’t ring bells at the top, but when a company called Fantex Holdings plans to sell shares in professional athletes and possibly actors and musicians, a … Continue reading

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Dependent Upon A Bankrupt System

Ralph Waldo Emerson, in the mid-19th century, observed that “Society is always taken by surprise at any new example of common sense.”  Perhaps Emerson meant that common sense is rather uncommon.  What’s more, if common sense was uncommon in Emerson’s … Continue reading

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How to Enjoy the Magic of Rising Stock Prices

Let’s begin with the understanding that something delightful is taking place in the stock market.  The S&P 500’s up 22.33 percent year to date.  What’s more, the S&P 500 just hit a new nominal high of 1,745.  Can you believe … Continue reading

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Reaching for Yield

Reaching for Yield By Dennis Miller, Editor, Money Forever With the Fed buying $85 billion in government debt every month, effectively holding interest rates far below the rate of inflation, many seniors are struggling to make ends meet.  It is … Continue reading

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