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There’s More Than One Way to Kill a Bull (Market)

I like to call Peru the Texas of South America. It has nothing to do with footwear (the Texas cowboy boot is vastly superior to the Peruvian horseman’s boot) or

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Discipline in Life and Trading

I’ve been pretty active all of my life, and, over the past four years, I’ve been working out an average of five times a week. I’m kind of slow and

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How Not to Be the Disadvantaged Underdog in this Game

It’s a classic David and Goliath story… You’re sitting in your study, flipping through the pages of a Wall Street Journal or Investor’s Business Daily, trying to figure out which

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There is No House Money… Only YOUR Money

Have you seen those Voya Financial commercials? The ones featuring cartoon, origami rabbits – one orange and one green? It opens with the orange rabbit explaining to a man, “I’m

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Should You Be In Or Out of This Market?

I have a lot of empathy for investors these days. It feels like we’re in one of those “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” sort of situations. Stock

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Here’s the Thing About Irrational Exuberance

Harry Dent is truly an “outside-the-box,” “big picture” thinker. He’s fiercely independent. He’s the ultimate contrarian. And he tells it like it is – good, bad, or ugly. I’ve been

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I Stuck With My System and It Paid Off Big Time

We’re closing in on the fifth iteration of our annual Irrational Economic Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. Like every year, it’ll function as an escape, a time to put our heads

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Instead of Throwing a Single-Finger Salute at the Fed…

For the longest time now, everybody and their brother has cursed the Fed for essentially taking the “free” out of “free markets.” And there’s nothing that makes us, as investors,

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What If Oil Spikes to $150… Again?

Investors are a worrying bunch. We often lie awake at night with negative thoughts – wondering, “What if… sh*t hits the fan?” Positive musings are fewer and farther between. When

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How Investors are Falling Short on Their Returns

Hear of the investing phenomenon of home-country bias? If you’re a regular reader, you definitely have because it’s something I’ve talked to you about often in recent months, including a