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Economy

If the Disease Doesn’t Kill Us, the Cure Certainly Will

Rodney Johnson | Monday, December 24, 2012 >> Since the election the airwaves and newspapers of the U.S. have been filled with stories about the horror we all face if

Economy

Worried About Government Debt? Well Don’t.

Harry S. Dent | Friday, December 21, 2012 >> You’re worried about government debt at $16 trillion? Don’t. There’s a bigger number you should worry about. That’s: $120 trillion! Or,

Economy

Aussie Dollar in a Precarious Position

With post-TAG money potentially fleeing the U.S. dollar, I suspect many investors will look to the Aussie dollar as an alternative. The case for the Australian dollar seems strong, on

Economy

Where to Put Your Money If You’re Worried…

Rodney Johnson | Thursday, December 20, 2012 >> Do you worry about banks? Are you fearful that they are really just warehouses for sour loans and will one day just

Economy

Bigger Gains, Bigger Drops

South Korea’s stock market gives ambitious investors options to diversify away from the U.S. equities market. That said, investing in foreign markets, especially in Asia, is not for those with

Economy

Steps to Prosper in this Debt and Financial Crisis

Harry S. Dent | Wednesday, December 19, 2012 >> I arrived back from a trip to South Korea recently and I must tell you: That place is an economic miracle

Economy

What Can the GM Bulls Muster This Time?

GM emerged from bankruptcy in July 2009. It took another 16 months before investors could buy or sell shares of GM on the New York Stock Exchange. On November 18,

Economy

When GM Fails Again, What Will it Cost Us This Time?

Rodney Johnson | Tuesday, December 18, 2012 >> If I sold a car to my wife would the family be any better off? Of course not. I received her money

Economy

Infrastructure: A Perfect Investment for Boom & Bust

Harry and I are definitely on the same page when it comes to investing in infrastructure assets and securities – we love them. Spending on infrastructure, especially in a low-growth,

Purchasing Power

What a Fiscally Responsible Stimulus Program Looks Like

Harry S. Dent | Monday, December 17, 2012 >> Enough now! It’s time to get real. Here’s what we need done to get this once-great country back on track: