Caution: Bond Crash and Gold Spike Ahead

I have a very special interview for you today. It’s with Mr. James Dines, long-time editor of The Dines Letter and widely regarded as the father of the financial newsletter industry. Over the years he’s made many correct calls across many markets and commodities. He began pounding the table on gold when it was at $35 per ounce.

By Nick Hodge on January 11, 2017

Are You Lucky or Wrong?

Last week I told you about my hatred of early-year predictions, this week I’m going to expand on that so you don’t have to be either lucky or wrong.

By Jimmy Mengel on January 10, 2017

Gold: Another Head Fake?

I’ve written that I believe gold will go lower but that we will see a few head fakes beforehand. I believe this rally to be just that... a head fake. We’ll see.

By Gerardo Del Real on January 9, 2017

2017 Gold Forecast: Peak Gold and Currency Destruction

At mid-year gold prices were up more than 25%. Ultimately, gold closed 8.5% higher in 2016 good enough to break a three-year streak of price declines. Here's the 2017 gold price forecast...

By Jason Simpkins on January 6, 2017

Will the For-Profit Prison Trump Bump Last?

Share prices of the two largest public for-profit prison companies in the U.S. have surged following the election, but will it last?

By Adam English on January 5, 2017

An Urgent Warning from The Dines Letter

Mr. Dines has long warned that cutting the dollar’s link to gold would lead to a crash. Unfortunately for America, our backs are up against the wall. Mr. James Dines has an urgent warning for all...

By Nick Hodge on January 4, 2017

Analysis and Opinion

Pure Carbon: More Critical for Batteries Than Lithium

Written By Gerardo Del Real
Posted January 12, 2017

Introducing Wall Street Underground

Written By Nick Hodge
Posted January 5, 2017

Bitcoin Breaks $1,000: “Zero Interest Rates Run Amok”

Written By Jason Simpkins
Posted January 2, 2017

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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