This Is the Way Bear Markets Work

There is no other way to describe this week than ugly. Investors are edgy about this quarter, and for very good reason, with the Fed threatening to raise interest rates at least three more times before mid-2019, all but assuring a deep recession on the horizon.

By Dennis Slothower on October 13, 2018

Currency Crashes Portend Dark Days Ahead

Many countries issued dollar-denominated debt to bolster their economies as we emerged from the 2008 financial crisis. But now that the dollar is strengthening against their weakening currencies, those debt levels are becoming more burdensome.

By Jason Simpkins on October 12, 2018

Are You Ready to Lose Everything?

Dividends are the single-best way to ride out financial storms. If you own solid dividend stocks you get paid regardless of what happens in the market. If we're riding high like we've been for the better part of the last decade, the dividends flow like water. If we see a crash like we did in 2008, guess what? Dividends don't stop...

By Jimmy Mengel on October 11, 2018

Rates, Crashes, and Gold

We're fortunate enough to have access to the legendary Mr. James Dines and his renowned research, writing, and insights. He’s made readers of The Dines Letter a fortune. His ability to make correct forecasts is almost uncanny, find out what he's predicting next...

By James Dines on October 10, 2018

One of the Best in the Entire Resource Space

Today, we're bringing you a conversation between our junior mining expert Gerardo Del Real and the president and CEO of Almaden Minerals (TSX: AMM)(NYSE: AAU), Mr. Morgan Poliquin. Gerardo sees Almaden as one of the best speculative plays in the entire resource space right now. Read on to learn why...

By Gerardo Del Real on October 8, 2018

Spooky Yields Spook Wall Street

The five-year Treasury bond yield is now above 3% for the first time in 10 years, which is really spooking the market. There really are a number of factors weighing on the market now; a lot of uncertainties. Outsider Club editor Dennis Slothower discusses these factors inside...

By Dennis Slothower on October 6, 2018

Analysis and Opinion

The Only Sure Thing In Investing

Written By Outsider Club
Posted October 5, 2018

Hidden Commodities Signal Warns Of Recession

Written By Dennis Slothower
Posted June 30, 2018

How You Can Beat Russia In the Turf War On a Newly Discovered 8th Continent

Written By Ryan Stancil
Posted May 31, 2018

Resources and Reports

Private Placements: How to Make the Tools of the Ultra-Rich Work for You

When a company needs to raise money, they can do it in the private market instead of the public market so they can do it faster and so they can avoid fees. If they raise money privately, they can avoid having to register the securities and they can also avoid having to file a prospectus.

The World's Most Powerful Secret Societies

Secret Societies like the Bilderbergs, Freemasons, and Skull and Bones fraternity have considerable sway in global politics. It's impossible to say what their agendas really are. We only know that they work towards their own ends, using their insider status and unscrupulous means for their own profit and empowerment.

Investing In CryptoCurrency

Cryptocurrency is the future of currency and investor’s are taking full advantage. This next generation of currency is faster, safer, and more convenient. They’re decentralized, which means they’re not subject to the whim or credit of a government. They’re independent of central banks. They can’t be traced or devalued.

Investing in Marijuana Stocks

If you had the opportunity to invest in alcohol right before the end of prohibition, would you do it? The marijuana industry is very young, making this a pivotal moment for investing. Inside we explain the method to the madness and why investing in marijuana could prove to be extremely lucrative.

The Legend of James Dines: The “Original Goldbug”

Back in the 1950s James Dines walked into his office at 18 Wall Street, New York, NY, and was promptly told to pack his things. He’d been fired for making bullish gold predictions. He was correct. Over the next decade and a half, gold prices soared from $35 per ounce to a peak of $486.
Investing in Marijuana Without Getting Burned