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Economy

Learn How To Sell Short

When it comes to investing, nothing is more frustrating that the “mushy middle.” So by now you must be nearly losing your mind. Markets haven’t gone anywhere for the last

Economy

Bad Employment News Mean We’re Getting Closer to the Market Crash

Sometimes it feels like we’re caught in a bad zombie movie. No matter what we do, the undead keep standing back up and lurching toward us. Look, the U.S. economy

Economy

So Far, My Economic Forecasting is backed by Evidence

Last fall, Gene Epstein of Barron’s interviewed me. In the resultant article, he wrote that I “…subscribe to the hoary fallacy that boom-and-bust cycles are mainly driven by consumer spending.”

Economy

The Latest Employment Report Highlights Government’s Stastitical Lies

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 >> There are lies, damn lies and government statistics. But when it comes to the U.S. government and employment data, it gets worse. The Bureau of

Economy

Porter Stansberry Owes Me a Dollar because when Gold Falls, Dollar Rises

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 By Harry S. Dent Jr., Editor, Survive & Prosper   OK, he doesn’t owe me a dollar yet… but he will… at the end of the

Economy

Damn Lies!

Damn Lies! When will these idiots grow up? And when will they stop treating us like we’re stupid? They stubbornly refuse to admit they’re lying when they claim things like

Economy

QE3 Is Coming

The war of words continues as the Fed talks down QE just to see what will happen… but don’t be fooled. I don’t care what form it is, or how

Economy

Savers Beware: The Fed is “Robbing” You Blind

A dollar just doesn’t go as far as it used to. In case you hadn’t already noticed this fact – you never know who lives under a rock these days

Economy

The Current Bust Will Create a Middle Class Boom

By Harry S. Dent Jr., Editor of Survive and Prosper It’s a lie. The rich don’t always get richer. Sometimes the average Joe (or Jane) gets a chance to get

Economy

Can You Spot the Trend Here?

Even after the last three years of one crisis after the next, Americans still seem hell bent on protecting their current standard of living and their emotional state instead of