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NIA: Gold’s Previous Bottoms vs. Today
Dec27

NIA: Gold’s Previous Bottoms vs. Today

Please disregard our email from Sunday evening, which stated that gold’s high of $850 per oz in 1980 is the equivalent of $5,301.24 per oz today after adjusting for growth in real U.S. money supply and above ground gold stocks. Gold’s 1980 high of $850 per oz is actually the equivalent of $7,944.83 per oz in today’s economy. Furthermore, gold’s 1976 low of $103.50 per oz is the equivalent of $1,096.12 per oz in...

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2014 – Helicopter Money is Coming! Jim Rickards, Currency War Update
Oct19

2014 – Helicopter Money is Coming! Jim Rickards, Currency War Update

PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT: FutureMoneyTrends.com: Greetings and thank you for joining us at FutureMoneyTrends.com. I’m here at the Casey Summit with Jim Rickards. He’s the author of Currency Wars. He has a new book coming out as well. What is it called? James Rickards: It’s called The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System. It’ll be out in April; April 8th is the publication date. I...

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How Fast is Your Money Moving?
Sep20

How Fast is Your Money Moving?

For years, I choked when I heard such a question. I choked because I was at a loss for words. I was at a loss for words because such a simple question does not have a simple answer. So the answer I came up with was, "It depends." I tried this answer for awhile and soon noticed that this answer was unsatisfactory not only to the person asking the question – but also to me… Looking for a new answer, I came up with,...

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Your Best CASHFLOW® Game Tips
Sep18

Your Best CASHFLOW® Game Tips

TIP #1: Never…Ever…Quit. I believe that there are many things to understand to succeed at the game. But, for me, the most important is: NEVER, EVER, EVER, EVER QUIT — ON YOURSELF! No matter how you feel, NEVER QUIT! – Kathleen M  TIP #2: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone. CASHFLOW 101 is so powerful because it reflects your true behavior and allows you to take risks in a safe environment. Step out of your...

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Business Plan Basics

Chapter 3: Business Plan Basics Winning business plans map out the major W’s of your proposed business – the who, what, when, why and where – to help you figure out that all important H – how. Who are the major players? Who are the owners, personnel, advisors, customers, competition, even the target audience for the plan itself? What do you want to achieve? What is your sustainable advantage? What do you offer?...

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Government bailouts and school children

~ Marcus De La O There was something missing from the $700 billion taxpayer funded bailout that was signed into law. It seems impossible, I know. Congress spent several days making sure nothing was left out, including money for Puerto Rican rum makers, race track owners, wooden arrow manufacturers, and of course, the always under-funded wool researchers. It was painful to see the very people who caused the mess taking charge of fixing...

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State issues in Massachusetts on the ballot
Nov03

State issues in Massachusetts on the ballot

Tomorrow, statewide in Massachusetts, there are 3 ballot questions. They are elimination of the state income tax, decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana and elimination of dog racing. Here’s where I stand. No on 1, yes on 2 and 3. Question 1: I think, I hope, that the selfish insanity of libertarianism is finally starting to taper of. Question 1 is a libertarian ideal. What will happen if state income taxes are...

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ECON 101: Credit Crunch for Dummies
Nov01

ECON 101: Credit Crunch for Dummies

By SCOTT MAYEROWITZ ABC NEWS Business Unit Is your head spinning these days trying follow what is going on with the economy? Subprime. Collateralized Debt Obligations. Liquidity. Every day it seems as if these words — which nobody you knew was using just a few months ago — are being thrown around. The stock market is down. Government officials are scrambling to find ways to help the economy. And a lot of people are talking...

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Meet Neel Kashkari: The Man With the $700 Billion Wallet
Oct20

Meet Neel Kashkari: The Man With the $700 Billion Wallet

- Wall Street Journal | Oct 6, 2008  - - Posted by Heidi N. Moore  - A Goldman Sachs Group alumnus in charge of the nation’s economic rescue? How unusual. Except, of course, it isn’t. As The Wall Street Journal’s Deborah Solomon reported today, Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson is promoting Neel Kashkari, the Treasury’s assistant secretary for international affairs, to be the point man overseeing the $700 billion financial bailout as...

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Saving’s not enough, invest your money

When we hear the word money, what comes to mind — savings in banks, investment in mutual funds, investment in equity, investment in real estate, investment in antiques? In my opinion, it is a combination of all. Investment gurus call it the ‘diversification of portfolio’. We learn the discipline to manage money effectively outside the classrooms. It reminds me of an old incident. Once, almost 20 years ago, I visited my...

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