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Biotech

Virotherapy: How to Turn a Bad Virus Into a Good Cure

Using a technique called “virotherapy,” researchers have successfully treated patients suffering from aggressive skin cancer with a modified herpes virus.

Life Cycle

Bubble After Bubble, They All End the Same!

Will this bubble burst anytime soon? Will we have inflation or deflation? There are lots of questions up in the air… but they’re the wrong questions.

Central Banks

China’s New Plan: If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Force ‘Em

The Chinese government has more tools at its disposal than Western governments do when it comes to fighting an economic downturn, but that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.

Markets

Danger Here, Danger There, Danger Everywhere

On Tuesday stocks fell sharply and money moved to the safety of U.S. Treasury bonds, causing yields to fall as well.

Investing

Consistency and Management: Two “Secrets” to Investing Success

Once you know what works and what works for you, you don’t let a few losses deter your style.

Central Banks

Central Banks: The Root of All Economic Evil

Central banks have globally coordinated the greatest market manipulation in all of history.

Investing

Wall Street’s Financial Chicanery, and How You Can Avoid It

Wall Street can’t tell us the investment strategy best suited to you. Only you can decide which investment strategy is right for you.

Investing

Stock Buybacks: Better in Theory Than in Practice

Stock buybacks have become popular in recent decades as a tax-efficient alternative to cash dividends… but even these have become corrupted.

Investing

3 Economic Reporting Lies Revealed

When it comes to providing clear information on the economy, the U.S. government is more late-night pitchman than serious news anchor. And to make matters worse, many of the numbers they peddle have been “adjusted” so that reports show better results.

Investing

The Truth Behind Many of Wall Street’s “Winners”

It just goes to show, what looks like a winner may in fact be a loser waiting to happen. And that’s the truth behind many of Wall Street’s “winners.”