Gold’s Volatility & Other Things to Watch

Gold’s reversal from $1130 to $1200 combined with sharp rebounds in the gold miners has given precious metals bulls some hope that the bottom may be in. A few weeks ago we noted that the sector was extremely oversold and a snapback rally could begin.

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What If Silicon Valley Moved to Puerto Rico?

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.”

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4 Steps for Avoiding a Catastrophe in the Next Downturn

[No, this isn't a photo of Dennis Miller. It's a photo of a male baby-boomer who has personally been impacted by the "Great Financial Catastrophes" of the past 14 years. What Dennis shares with us are 4 reasonable, prescient steps we can choose to take to reduce investment risk. Enjoy!]

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As the Eurozone Stalls, China Cuts the Red Tape

Forty-four percent. That’s the alarming unemployment rate for those aged 15 to 25 in Italy, where I traveled last week to meet with other global chief executives and business leaders.

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How to Invest in a Difficult Market

The past 10 days have been...well...dizzying for stock investors. Bad news seems to morph into good news before we know it. Add a comment Add a comment

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