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Been Dead Since 2008

Nearly a decade. That’s a long time to still be flogging this dead horse. I’m talking about buy-and-hold investing. It’s dead. Been dead since 2008. But not buried yet. Instead,

Investing

How Bull Markets Work

Much has been made about the age of the current bull market, which started to run in March 2009 and has been raging now for more than 2,600 days. That

Investing

Could this be the Straw that Breaks the Market’s Back?

The thing about financial markets is that the companies that dominate change… the leaders of those companies and the personalities that capture the market’s attention change… regulations and regulators change…

Investing

Learning From the Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived

Ted Williams was arguably the best hitter in the history of baseball. The Boston Red Sox leftfielder finished his 19-year professional career with a lifetime batting average of .344 and

Investing

Why Price Is All that Matters

Last week I held a Q&A session for a select group of Dent Research and Cycle 9 Alert readers. One question really got me fired up. It’s still ringing in

Gold

The Case Against Gold

Early last week, you may have seen Harry’s latest message about gold (and silver too). He’s got some pretty strong evidence that the metals are due to take a tumble.

Investing

Case Study: A Buyable Cycle in Action

Harry Dent and I made big waves yesterday when we screamed “BUY!” 14,000 or so readers tuned in to our Dent Research Exclusive Event, in which we shared our secrets

Investing

Harry’s No “Flip-Flopper,” But…

I’ve been Harry Dent’s right-hand investment guy for six years now, and I’ve known his work for much longer. Most people have no clue how tough it is to do

Investing

A Sugary Icon Brought Back From the Dead

How many iconic food brands could you name off the top of your head right now. Twenty? Odds are, even if you could rattle off 30, you’d miss a few

Investing

The Phenomenon That’s Been Plaguing U.S. Investors For Years!

Call it patriotic… Call it lazy… But most people stick close to home when it comes to investing. This is called home-country bias, and it’s a phenomenon that’s too big