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Now the Real Voting Begins

Well, the people have spoken. On January 20, 2017, Mr. Donald J. Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America. California wasted no time


Investor Sentiment: Your Politics Can Affect Your Portfolio

Enough has already been written about the presidential election of 2016. While historians are likely to debate its significance for decades to come, most of the rest of us are


No-Brainer Investments

Phew. Thank goodness the election is finally over. We can now get back to our regularly scheduled lives. This election was a doozie. In the aftermath, pundits have pondered what


Harnessing Fully Limited Risk

Last week, I explained two of the factors that drive the success of my research and trading service, Cycle 9 Alert. To recap, those are… We win more often than


We Were Born in a Bar

Two hundred and forty-one years ago today, the world’s premier fighting force had its first two battalions commissioned for service by the Second Continental Congress. The United States Marine Corps


What 2016’s Two Biggest Events Are Ultimately About…

Like Brexit, Trump staged a surprising win last night, proving every poll wrong. This is a sign of an underlying trend more massive than the winter economic season that began


No One is Talking About Our Debt, Of Course

I’m beaten down. Worn out. Punch drunk. I’m not moonlighting as a cage fighter. I’m a registered voter in a swing state. For those of you who don’t live in

Health Care

Premium Healthcare Increases Spell Death for 2017

My tan from my recent trip to Florida has started to fade, but the impressions from several of the great speeches I attended at the Irrational Economic Summit have stayed


Happy Guy Fawkes Day

Remember, remember the Fifth of November, The Gunpowder Treason and Plot, I know of no reason Why the Gunpowder Treason. Should ever be forgot. Guy Fawkes, Guy Fawkes, ’twas his


Pre-Election Jitters? No Thanks

I’ve got good news! The U.S. election is finally reaching a conclusion next week. While many foreigners are particularly interested in the outcome, mostly because Trump wants stronger U.S. borders