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  • Trading Is Like Free Money Some Days

    This morning we sent out a spike alert to subscribers and all three of those price targets have now been reached. If this type of trade excites you to learn more click here and see examples and explainer video of how to trade them. 53 years experience...
  • Is Britain At The Edge Of A Political Cliff?

    Recent news that Theresa May was unable to convince members of Parliament to even consider her current deal as well as the future political and societal consequences of any failure to move ahead with an orderly Brexit deal. The question before traders...
  • Alzheimer's--Hope and Science

    At age 65, the odds are about 5% that a person will be diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease (AD). But they drastically go up every year, says Michael J. Salamon, Ph.D., Senior Psychologist and Director of the Adult Development Center in Hewlett, New...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 11-01-2005
  • Most Research Findings Wrong

    An August 2005 article in New Scientist stated that "Most published scientific research papers are wrong, according to a new analysis. Assuming that the new paper is itself correct, problems with experimental and statistical methods mean that there...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-31-2006
  • Remote-Controlled Humans by Doug Casey

    Back in the late '90s, scientists at Tokyo University perfected a remote-control device that allowed them to manipulate cockroaches. The device, which was surgically implanted on the insect's back, sent impulses through electrodes that had replaced...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-10-2006
  • Depends on How You Define "Wetlands"

    What does a politician do when his approval ratings precipitously drop? Find some good news to talk about to placate the masses and make himself look better. Like many other U.S. governments before it, the Bush administration has turned the development...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 05-16-2006
  • French Riots--Beginning of the End?

    Cars going up in flames by the hundreds every night, busses, stores, factories, schools and even police stations burnt at random... France has recently seen the worst violence since the student-worker uprising of 1968. With the help of decentralized communication...
    Posted to What We Now Know by RobertGroezinger on 11-29-2005
  • Would You Survive a Natural Disaster?

    Hurricane season is upon us. Scenes of Americans evacuating their homes or defiantly enduring the heavy winds and downpours will once again fill our TV screens. But even if you're not in the danger zone of hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, or blizzards...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 07-25-2006
  • Nanomedicine Now

    (originally published in WWNK 2/14/05) In WWNK 6/14/2004 , we reported on the promising future of nanomedicine. While the advanced technologies scientists are feverishly working on seem nothing short of miraculous, their practical application is doubtlessly...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-17-2006
  • RESOLVING THE HEALTH CARE CRISIS, PART II

    Last week, we talked about the looming Medicare crisis, asking "Is Medicare a train wreck waiting to happen?" This week, we'll look into potential ways to turn around the situation. Regarding the issue of health care in general, the solvency...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 04-04-2005
  • Major Fido

    Americans are pet lovers. According to a 2005/2006 survey, there are currently 73 million dogs in the United States, some of them being spoiled like children. But none has taken the humanization of dogs further than the White House. On President Bush's...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 03-21-2006
  • How Chinese Trade Issues Will Drive Market Trends

    It is becoming evident that the US/Chinese trade issues are going to become a point of contention for the markets going forward. We've been review as much news as possible in an attempt to build a consensus for the future of the US markets and global...
  • Two Winning Trade Setups - GDXJ and ROKU

    We are not always correct in our calls about the market. Professional researchers and analysts must understand that attempting to accurately predict the future outcome of any commodity, stock, index or ETF is impossible to be 100% accurate. Yet, we are...
  • Reader Feedback 01/03/2006

    Our recent article "Christmas Warfare" is still soliciting reader feedback, this time on other readers' comments and our own . This is the second (and last) round of feedback on this topic--we're sure we could drag this issue out some...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-03-2006
  • Two Must-See Videos

    Every once in a while, we find videos on YouTube or Google Video that we just can't ignore. Here are two that we think deserve your attention. You probably remember the Doug Hornig/Brent Cook debate about global warming in these pages. Now the movie...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Shannara Johnson on 04-03-2007