Secret Gold Map Unlocks Riches

Aside from spoken language and the written word, maps have played the single most valuable role in our understanding of time and place. Maps have allowed us to draw political boundaries, record property, and explore the globe from sea to sea.

By Jimmy Mengel on October 19, 2016

Painful Dilution and Incredible Numbers

Gold and silver were both relatively flat this week. The dollar continues to climb and copper fell. While one small miner hurts its shareholders, another just delivered a windfall.

By Gerardo Del Real on October 17, 2016

The Quarterly Wall St. Lie

Summer is over, October is here, and that can only mean one thing for the stock market: It is time to hype and spin everything possible.

By Adam English on October 15, 2016

Investment Banks Suddenly Bullish On Gold

For the past couple of years, and even the past month, gold has been been bludgeoned by the Fed. More precisely, it's been bludgeoned by fears that the Fed would raise rates higher.

By Jason Simpkins on October 14, 2016

Dollar Doubters Beware...

Economists, analysts, newsletter writers, speculators, and investors who have been calling for the death of the dollar and the U.S. stock market for years are in for yet another beatdown courtesy of the dollar.

By Gerardo Del Real on October 13, 2016

Exploding Profits

Reports of flaming devices have flooded in over the last several months. What does this mean for investors as Samsung faces billions in lost revenue over the Galaxy Note 7 recall?

By Jimmy Mengel on October 12, 2016

Analysis and Opinion

It’s Almost Over

Written By Ryan Stancil
Posted October 12, 2016

Donald Trump: Welfare Queen

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted October 3, 2016

Energy Transfer Partners Releases the Hounds

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted September 6, 2016

Resources and Reports

Why Is Silver Manipulation so Absurd?

With all of the abuse of regulations and markets by mega banks, how can anyone think silver prices aren't manipulated when everything else is?

Antiques and Collectibles: What to Consider Before Investing, Buying, or Selling

Antiques and collectibles have reached new heights of popularity, thanks to all the reality TV series focusing on them. You can make money doing this, but it is hard and you'll easily get burned if you are not careful. Here are the upsides and downsides of collecting, along with specific factors to consider for different types of items...

Best Cities and States for Retirement: Lowest Cost of Living

If you're planning on sticking around the States for the long haul, you can't miss this report outlining America's best cities for the baby boomer generation.

Water: Investing in the Most Crucial Resource

Water infrastructure is woefully inadequate and aquifers are being drained at an alarming rate. Trillions of dollars will need to be spent worldwide to support growing populations and agricultural demands, creating huge opportunities for savvy investors.

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