Jan 2 2009

The Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury Determined to Sink the U.S. Dollar in 2009. Why Gold and U.S. Dollar went up in 2008.

2008 will go down in history as the worst global market for countless investments since the Great Depression.  It was significant even with the late rally which occurred after the November bottom.  What this signifies is that market volatility a sign of a very unhealthy marketplace will continue in 2009.  Yet the more important point […]

Dec 3 2008

Best Performing Investments for 2008: Can Real Estate actually be one of the Best Investments for the Year? 5 Strong Performing Areas for the Year.

Investors had very little place to hide this year.  Without a doubt, 2008 has been a tumultuous year for virtually every class of investment out there.  The stock markets are seeing one of the worsts year on record since the Great Depression losing globally, an estimated $32 trillion in market capitalization.

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Nov 28 2008

Citigroup Analyst Predicts $2,000 an Ounce Gold in next 2 Years: Another Stupid Move by U.S. Government Where we Should Have Invested the Bailout Money in Gold Bars.

So what do we get for our massive bailout of Citigroup?  How about an ominous warning that global markets will collapse or we will face massive inflation.  Either way, the suggestion from one analyst at Citi is gold will go to $2,000 in the next 2 years.  We just backstopped $306 billion in toxic mortgages […]

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Aug 18 2008

How to Invest Wisely and Diversify: 3 Current Economic Issues. Gold, World Currency Reserves, and World Housing Bubbles.

I’ve done my best to remain diversified. I don’t mean simply having 10% in a global mutual fund, 20% in a small-cap fund, 40% in a blue chip fund, and 30% in bonds. You can rearrange the numbers a bit but there is this intense belief bordering on religion that by having your money in […]

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Apr 6 2008

Money Markets, CDs, 401ks, and Savings Accounts that Lose Against Inflation: A Society that Punishes Savers.

One of the unintended consequences of this housing market is the punishment conservative savers are taking. Last month we had the rather astonishing release of data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics telling us for the month, that inflation was at 0 percent. As disconnected as this is from reality, there is a reason […]

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