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  • Reality Always Wins… But Never on Schedule

    By Louis James, Chief Metals & Mining Investment Strategist “Expect the worst and you won’t be disappointed” is true enough, but it’s a miserable way to go through life. For investors, expecting the worst is paralyzing, a reason to do nothing. But when a market gets beaten...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 03-17-2015
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  • How to Get Struck by Lightning

    By Louis James, Chief Metals & Mining Investment Strategist Two M&A deals have already delivered paydays for investors in junior mining stocks this year: Goldcorp’s half-billion-dollar purchase of Probe Mines in Canada, and Tahoe Resources’ billion-dollar acquisition of Rio Alto Mining...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 03-10-2015
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  • Safety in Numbers, Protection in Options

    By Andrey Dashkov If you want to fail as an investor, the possibilities are endless. Buying stocks on a whim, holding on to the losers for too long, and dumping winners too soon are just a few ways to start. Options, like anything else, can cost you money or make you money. Due to the leverage employed...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 02-24-2015
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  • The Most Overlooked Threat to Your Buying Power

    By Dennis Miller Decades ago, one of the first things I did when I started looking after our aging parents’ money was move a substantial sum from their checking account to an interest-bearing account. When I asked why they had so much sitting in their checking account, they answered, “You...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 01-16-2015
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  • Make No Mistake, the Oil Slump Is Going to Hurt the US Too

    By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist If you only paid attention to the mainstream media, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the US is going to get away from the collapse in oil prices scot free. According to popular belief, America is even going to be a net winner from cheaper oil...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 12-24-2014
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  • Russia’s Unfazed by Falling Oil Prices

    By Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist Oil is not quite as powerful a weapon against modern-day Russia as one might think. By arguing that the slump in oil prices will finish off Russia just like it did the Soviet Union, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, writing in the Daily Telegraph, is forgetting...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 12-11-2014
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  • Take Back the Retirement You Dreamed of at 40

    By Dennis Miller Is it even possible today to retire rich? The short answer is “yes.” We all know people who have done just that. Watching your neighbors Bob and Betty Rich live the good life well into their 90s only tells you it’s possible, not whether you’re prepared to do it...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 11-25-2014
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  • What If Silicon Valley Moved to Puerto Rico?

    By Gerald Nowotny The tax benefits of Puerto Rican residency gained some attention and notoriety when hedge fund billionaire John Paulson went to Puerto Rico to “kick the tires.” He did not become a Puerto Rican resident (not yet, at least), but ended up buying a resort there instead. My...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 11-17-2014
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  • Preventing Taxpaying Milk Cows from Seeking Greener Pastures

    By Nick Giambruno It’s undeniable that the window of opportunity is getting smaller… especially when you connect all the dots and see the big picture. To help connect those dots, it’s important to understand the things that make being an American citizen uniquely burdensome. First...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 11-14-2014
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  • How Can There Not Be a Currency Crisis?

    By Casey Research The Fed claims that signs of economic stress are very low, but savvy investors feel otherwise. With geopolitical unrest expanding and central banks doing the opposite of the right things, is a currency crisis barreling toward us? See what Mish Shedlock had to say about the state of...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 10-16-2014
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  • The Broken State and How to Fix It

    By Casey Research The United States of America is not what it used to be. Unsustainable mountains of debt, continuous meddling by the government and Fed to “stimulate the economy,” and the US dollar’s dwindling status as the world’s reserve currency are very real threats to Americans’...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 10-10-2014
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  • The Single Most Important Lesson from the Casey Summit

    By Louis James, Chief Metals & Mining Investment Strategist At our San Antonio summit, Rick Rule gave a talk that, as always, was well reasoned, packed with facts, and powerfully cogent. His message was simply that bear markets are for buying and bull markets are for selling—and in the future...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 10-03-2014
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  • Everything You Need to Know About the S&P Until Christmas

    By Andrey Dashkov When I need to clear my mind, I put on my beat-up Saucony sneakers and drive to nearby Deer Lake Park in Burnaby, British Columbia. After a couple of miles, though, as my body gets into a rhythm, my mind wanders back to the thought that occupy it for hours each day: where will this...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 09-30-2014
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  • How You Can Tell When a Company’s P/E is All Flash

    By Andrey Dashkov College reunions are toxic. Except for the few precious moments of genuine human connection, these parties are nothing but status pageants. Suits and watches are inconspicuously glanced at, vacation photos (carefully selected the night before) are passed around; compensations guesstimated;...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 09-19-2014
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  • Property Rights and Property Taxes—and Countries That Don’t Have Them

    By Nick Giambruno, Senior Editor, InternationalMan.com Do you really own something that you are forced to perpetually make payments on and which can be seized from you if you don’t pay? I would say that you don’t. You would possess such an item, but you wouldn’t own it—an important...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 09-15-2014
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