Where Money Flows Like Water...

Here are three of the best ways to protect your portfolio while still reaping safe returns and regular dividends in an uncertain market...

By Jimmy Mengel on February 2, 2016

Apple's Tech Tipping Point

There comes a time for every business when it is time to reap what it has sown. There is no way around it.

By Adam English on February 1, 2016

Fiber Optic Stocks: Profit at the Speed of Light

Telecoms have been replacing copper with fiber optics for decades, but they're nowhere near done. In fact, they're just getting started.

By Jason Simpkins on January 29, 2016

Another Recession on the Horizon?

Regardless of where oil prices fall (or rise) this year, there are a couple of energy sectors quietly entering bull market territory...

By Brittany Stepniak on January 28, 2016

China Nuclear Explosion to Kick Off Uranium Boom

In order to keep the lights on, uranium prices need to rise to $65 per pound at least -- an 87% jump from today's prices. Morningstar says the coming 2.8% annual growth in uranium through 2025 is ''enough to drive a 336% rise in the price of uranium.''

By Nick Hodge on January 27, 2016

You need to do something...

Which stocks should I buy? Which stocks should I sell? How much should I contribute to my retirement account? Should I have invested in low-cost index funds instead of mutual funds? How much money should I have in gold and silver? How much cash should I keep in my savings account?

By Jimmy Mengel on January 26, 2016

Analysis and Opinion

Target Date Funds Are Gimmicks at Best, Rip-Offs at Worst

By Jason Simpkins on February 3, 2016

George Soros's Big Short

By Jason Simpkins on February 1, 2016

New Texas Oil

By Nick Hodge on February 1, 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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