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A Real-Time Inflation Indicator

The topics of inflation, deflation, and speculation of the Fed’s next move pretty much dominate our in-boxes on a daily basis. Our readers want to know who they should believe!?


It’s the Net Result That Matters

It’s been a tough five years for teachers. As the financial crisis rolled through the economy, everyone looked around for someone to blame or bear the cost of downsizing. The


Putting the Odds in Your Favor

Adam O’Dell | Thursday, May 30, 2013 >> Trying to keep up with news on pharmaceutical stocks is like that circus act where a unicycle rider spins a dozen plates


Sam in a Can

Sometimes, knowing which stocks to avoidis as pocket-pleasing as knowing which stocks to buy. I think widely-adored Sam Adams maker, Boston Beer Co. (NYSE: SAM), is one stock you should


From Beer to Guiding Principles

When did beer get so expensive? Are we in some competitive international beer market that rivals the energy sector? I found myself in the beer aisle of my local grocery


Open Positions Winners Also

You’ve probably heard by now… We’ve just launched Cycle 9 Alert. I’ve developed this trading service over the past 14 months and 53 beta-testers have been receiving my trade alerts

Commodities Gold

Gold Finally Gets Its

Harry S. Dent | Tuesday, May 28, 2013 >> Since the crisis of late 2008, gold has responded to any signs of increasing money printing. Gold bugs have assumed that


Preparing for the Storm

Rodney Johnson | Monday, May 27, 2013 >> In a closet upstairs I have a backpack, even though I am not a hiker. This backpack is not a relic from


The Common Thread that Binds Us

Yes, we hold investments in our Boom & Bust portfolio from a wide range of industries, from healthcare to fertilizer. We’ve made investments in U.S. stocks and European stocks. Yet,


Behind the Scenes

Rodney Johnson | Friday, May 24, 2013 >> Our research is long-term. It’s demographic trends and consumer spending patterns. It’s cycles and analysis. And it allows us to see trends