- Written by By the Hard Assets Alliance Team
- Tuesday, 13 November 2012
I recently wrote an article about the challenge to "Discover the Next Starbucks". When Starbucks had its IPO many years ago it was as good as gold was to investors who bought it around $285 back in 2001.
Now the price of gold seems to be like shares of Starbucks...caught in a rather narrow range. But it may be safe to say that...Add a comment
- Written by Dr. Richard M.Smith, Founder, TradeStops.com
- Wednesday, 31 October 2012
[Editor's Note: Dr. Richard M. Smith received a PhD in Mathematical Systems Theory from New York State University, Binghamton, after completing his undergraduate degree at the University of California, Berkeley. He's the founder and President of TradeStops.com, which has just launched its latest, most effective version].
Don't we all need a "safety net" underneath our investment portfolios? Only gamblers and inexperienced traders would answer "no". As an investor, there’s one simple step you can take to protect your investments that stands out above the rest.Add a comment
- Written by Doug Hornig, Casey Research
- Friday, 19 October 2012
In Mike Judge's wicked 1999 satire of corporate culture, Office Space, there's a delightful character named Milton. Poor Milton. He's all but invisible. No one likes him, no one talks to him, and coworkers are forever stealing his stapler. Management doesn't notice him enough to fire him. Instead, Milton is shunted from desk to desk, each time losing more of that precious commodity denoted by the film's title, until he finally winds up alone in the basement, where he plots the delicious revenge he'll take on the company.Add a comment
- Written by Jim Trippon
- Wednesday, 17 October 2012
Although China is currently and has been dealing with the global economic slowdown, as have Europe, the US and every other world economy, one of China’s main concerns is inflation. This has always been on the minds of China’s policymakers, as it was fighting any possibility of inflation in its economy as recently as a year and a half ago with interest rate increases.Add a comment
- Written by Ryan Detrick, Senior Technical Strategist, Schaeffers Research
- Monday, 15 October 2012
Editor's Note: We thank the Senior Technical Strategist at Schaeffer's Research for this dynamite chart and outstanding analysis. Every serious investor and trader ought to carefully study all 11 reasons and understand their significance.