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An Open HeartOn Tuesday, I saw my 30th consecutive live NBA championship series. Ever since I was seven years old, watching Michael win his first, playing against Magic and the Lakers, I haven’t missed one playoffs and I watch the finals live. Basketball is by far my...
While the mainstream press would have you pour your capital into high-risk index funds, I’d like to invite informed investors to think differently – and consider the commodities that will power the planet in the coming years.
We just passed the 50-year mark of the ill-fated “Nixon Shock.” The year 1971 was when the gold window closed, the Bretton Woods era came to an end, and the U.S. dollar was fully de-coupled from gold. I am a physical gold believer and will always hold a portion of my savings in it.
Yesterday, I sold 20% of my stake in a company that we featured in our Tech Wreck May 2021 Watch List, which has surged by 60% in less than two months. I also booked profits of 85% in the only oil holding I own, reducing the size of it to half of what it was prior and letting the rest of it ride.
The stock market has been on fire since the March bottom. The NASDAQ 100 has soared by 105%, the S&P 500 has surged by 85% and the Dow Jones has rallied by 79%!
It appears like our May 14th alert, which included seven companies, was literally sent at the bottom for the tech sector.
What’s been happening in the past three weeks is incredible, and I think it’s paramount we understand the games that the Federal Reserve is playing with us.
Savings Are Critical; You Can Never Know...Born in 1954 in what was then a six-year-old country to parents who migrated from Europe before and after the big war, this gentleman, then just a little boy in the early 1960s, was introduced to the world of poverty and...
Born in 1954 in what was then a six-year-old country to parents who migrated from Europe before and after the big war, this gentleman, then just a little boy in the early 1960s, was introduced to the world of poverty and strict household budget, where every dollar counts.
I don’t know when it started for me, but at one point or another, my passion for travelling the globe became an obsession. Some people are fully content with their hometown environment, with their immediate surroundings and feel no urge to explore other regions of the world; I’m not one of them. To the contrary, I really want to see as much as I can of Planet Earth and my next plans include Australia, South America and Iceland in the next 24 months.