Gold's Inevitable Rise to $2,000

Gold's rise to $2,000 is inevitable. I have to confess; that's not something I always believed. I wasn't sure we'd ever get to that level... at least not in my lifetime.

By Jason Simpkins on July 22, 2016

A Gold Triple: K92 Mining Interview with CEO Ian Stalker

K92 is what we're talking about today. It's a gold mining project in Papua New Guinea. This company, K92, is a company that members of Nick's Notebook funded at C$0.35 cents and then again at C$1.00, and it's also become a recommendation of Early Advantage.

By Nick Hodge on July 21, 2016

Central Bank Confusion Is Creating An Opportunity

Central banks and the supposed powers-that-be continue do their best to confuse investors around the world.

By Gerardo Del Real on July 21, 2016

Weekly Recap: Gold in the Second Half

If your favorite gold company isn’t active, it shouldn’t be your favorite gold company.

By Gerardo Del Real on July 19, 2016

Rick Rule: Position Yourself for Gold Now (Exclusive Interview)

The possibility, in fact, the probability exists for somebody who can afford the risk and is willing to invest both their own time and treasure to generate 500% or 600% portfolio gains over the next 2 or 3 years in the natural resource sector.

By Nick Hodge on July 19, 2016

Hold Your Hands Out Helicopter Money Is Here

Helicopter money. It’s here, and there’s more on the way. Grab a bucket. A big new stimulus bill is on the way courtesy of the Federal Reserve.

By Jason Simpkins on July 15, 2016

Analysis and Opinion

Automated Investing: Robo-Advisor Replaces Financial Planner

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted July 12, 2016

Chemours: DuPont's 'Toxic Spin-Off' Is the Worst Stock On Wall Street

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted June 16, 2016

How Long Before We're Replaced by Robots?

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted June 7, 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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