What to Buy When the Market Goes Red

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I felt a tap on my shoulder. A colleague was trying to get my attention. “Have you seen this?” I turned and looked at his laptop. I saw a sea of red: This is a heat map. The green boxes represent stocks that ended Thursday, October 18 higher than the day before. The red ones… Read More

End Of The Rate Hike Cycle In 2019?

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. Reading Time: 5 minutes In a previous article we showed a chart which had central bank tightening listed as a contributing factor for 29 out of the past 45 recessions in G7 nations. This article will review the latest Fed policy in a quantitative manner. First let’s review the… Read More

How to Make the Biggest Gains During the “Melt Up”

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Justin’s note: Regular readers know that whenever a big idea comes across my desk, I pass it along. And today’s essay is no exception. It comes from our friend Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, PhD. Steve is the editor of True Wealth Systems. Like us, he’s a contrarian. And he’s amassed one of the best track records… Read More

These Sectors & Companies Are Most Exposed To Higher Rates

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This article was originally published on UPFINA. Reading Time: 5 minutes There are three main types of debt: household debt, corporate debt, and government debt. We think the most debate surrounds corporate debt because it is understood households have deleveraged this cycle and government debt has gotten worse. To be clear, there are debate on those… Read More

Memos from Howard Marks

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  What are the elements that have created the current investment environment?  In my view, they’re these:   In order to counter the contractionary effects of the Crisis, the world’s central banks flooded their economies with liquidity and made credit available at artificially low interest rates. This caused the yields on investments at the safer… Read More

Doug Casey on China’s Exploitation of Africa

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Justin’s note: Is China taking over Africa? A lot of folks are asking themselves this question, and for good reason. You see, China’s pulling resources out of the ground in Africa at an alarming rate. Not only that, Chinese people are pouring into the continent by the boatload. That said, it’s not all “bad news.”… Read More

The Marijuana Takeover Mania Has Only Just Begun

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch “Demand for marijuana assets is skyrocketing. And that means other Big Alcohol companies will have to inroad into the marijuana space soon. If they don’t, they’ll get left behind.” I wrote this last Tuesday. I was talking about Constellation Brands’ recent deal with Canopy Growth. To recap, Constellation,… Read More

Is This the Biggest Buy Signal for Gold Since 2001?

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch The Vanguard Group has thrown in the towel on gold. And that has massive implications for the gold market. But not in the way most investors think. As you’re about to see, Vanguard’s decision could be extremely bullish for gold. I’ll tell you why in a second—and why… Read More

Why This Little-Known Stock Soared 265% in Just Six Weeks

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch Retail investors applied for 3,201 more shares than the company offered. Fund managers bid for 537 times the number of shares available. Demand for the stock was truly overwhelming—so much so that it surged 44% on its first day of trading. The rise was so explosive, regulators put… Read More

Doug Casey on the Alex Jones Ban

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Justin’s note: In today’s Conversations With Casey, Doug Casey and I discuss one of today’s biggest stories—the Alex Jones media ban. Jones, as you may know, is a popular right-wing voice. He also founded Infowars, a far-right media outlet. Last week, Apple, Facebook, YouTube, and the music streaming service Spotify all banned Infowars. On Wednesday,… Read More

Now’s the Time to Buy Elon Musk’s Favorite Metal

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Justin’s note: Today, we’re handing the reins to our in-house commodity expert Dave Forest, editor of International Speculator. Dave’s one of the smartest guys I know. He’s a professional geologist with 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas, environmental, and mining sectors—so when he gets excited about an idea, we listen. Recently, Dave returned… Read More

Tesla’s Latest Move Will Cause These Stocks to Soar

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch Tesla just put the rest of the auto industry on notice. Tesla, as I’m sure you know, is the largest electric vehicle (EV) maker in the U.S. It’s also one of America’s most loved—and hated—stocks. I say this because Tesla’s one of the most innovative companies on the… Read More

If You Missed Out on Last Year’s Huge Crypto Gains… Read This

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Justin’s note: Over the past few months, Doug Casey has been searching high and low for a bona fide crypto advisor worthy of Casey Research subscribers… and he just found him. His name is Marco Wutzer, one of the true pioneers of cryptocurrency… and Casey Research’s newest guru. Marco has been involved with digital currencies… Read More

Your Guide to The Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meeting

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This post is brought to you by Finbox.io. Sign up for your completely FREE trial today! For three days in early May, over 40,000 investors and spectators will flock to the city of Omaha Nebraska to attend what many call the “Woodstock for Capitalist.” The annual Berkshire Hathaway Inc (NYSE: BRK.A) Shareholder meeting attracts crowds… Read More

Marijuana Kills

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By Justin Spittler, editor, Casey Daily Dispatch Marijuana kills. Not people, obviously. There’s never been a single recorded marijuana overdose death ever. Not one. I’m talking about the competitors. But just who are marijuana’s competitors? Well, that’s a tricky question. You see, marijuana doesn’t just get people high. It’s also medicine. And it has industrial… Read More

A Recession by 2020?

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The current situation with the proposed tariffs between China and the US is somewhere in between a trade war and negotiation tactics. We’ll call it a “trade battle” because we don’t know what the end game of this war of words and proposals will lead to. Both sides are dependent on one another; since their… Read More