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When Did Memorial Day Become a Sham?

Written by Nick Hodge
Posted May 29, 2013

As I watched politicians pay tribute to our fallen servicemen on Memorial Day, I have to admit that I felt a bit disgusted...

Buffett's First-Ever-Video-Recording, Stock Market Philosophy Circa 1962

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 28, 2013

A much younger, dapper looking Buffett makes an interesting observation: something worth considering presently as today's stock market rallies tend to cloud what's really going on in our deeply troubled economy.

Budget Cuts Restrict Liberty

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 28, 2013

Budget cuts: most people agree that our country is spending way too much money and that something needs to be done about this fact. Unfortunately, in many cases the cure is worse than the problem itself. As the sequester continues, more and more people are being hurt by these cuts.

Clinical Trial Statistics

Written by Adam English
Posted May 28, 2013

Guess how much was spent on chemical, medicinal compounds last year?...

The Building of the Biotech Revolution

Written by Adam English
Posted May 28, 2013

A monumental biotech revolution has a strong foundation, but needs more to continue to expand... Take a look at biotech's cornerstone and a way to invest in its keystone.

U.S. Citizens Killed in Drone Strikes

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 24, 2013

The government has officially announced that four U.S. citizens have been killed in drone strikes, some as unintended targets. But are these four the only ones?

Best Uses for That "Useless" Phone Book

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted May 24, 2013

Got a stack of old phone books cluttering up your miscellaneous space? We've got four great tips for you to put them to good use...

Small-Cap Supernova

Written by Jimmy Mengel
Posted May 24, 2013

We've got our eyes trained on the next small-cap sector boom, and it's already making Warren Buffett jealous...

Investing in Rising Copper Prices

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 23, 2013

Copper prices have been trending down with other metals, but several recent mining incidents have boosted prices back up...

Cloak of Secrecy

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 23, 2013

Public vs. government officials. If the NSA scandal proves anything, it's that the government operates under a cloak of secrecy Americans can't but dream to penetrate.

Sleeper Scandals, Covert Cover-Ups, and Soft Despotism

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 23, 2013

Absolute power corrupts absolutely, and no profit-seeking institution is immune from the cancerous growth of greed when that power is not balanced.

Prison Profits

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 22, 2013

The prison system now has more private company involvement than ever. And the prison population is higher than ever. What happens when companies get in bed with politicians.

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Written by Nick Hodge
Posted May 22, 2013

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Sneak Peek: Investing in Sea Snails

Written by Nick Hodge
Posted May 22, 2013

Part of being an investment newsletter writer is tracking down opportunities for my readers. Anybody can tune into CNBC or subscribe to the Wall Street Journal... but they all regurgitate the same stuff AFTER it's happened. It's news, not analysis. It's reporting, not foresight.

JP Morgan Food Stamp Profits

Written by Brittany Stepniak
Posted May 21, 2013

The recession doesn't quite account for the rapid expansion of the government's food stamp program. But the fact that companies like JP Morgan profit from this program might...