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Why Interest Rates Will Explode Higher Starting Later in 2010

Financial pundits have been cheering the declining U.S. trade deficit, but they should be careful what they wish for. Once the U.S. is no longer running a huge trade deficit, then all those exporter nations will no longer have hundreds of billions of dollars floating around, looking for a home in Treasury bonds. Interest rates are about to start rising, and will continue rising for a generation Words: 782

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Protect Profits and Reduce Risk With Gold and U.S. Dollar ETFs

If you believe further political disruptions around the world will likely occur in 2010 and/or 2011 and that we will also likely see inflation begin to rise within the next 12 months then we should see higher gold prices. Furthermore, if the economy falters once again, many investors will sell their common stocks and put their money in gold pushing the price up even further. Words: 779

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Uranium: Talk About a Growth Industry! (+2K Views)

There are 436 nuclear power reactors operating in 30 countries around the world today, providing approximately 15% of the world’s electricity, and according to the World Nuclear Association, another 50 power reactors are currently being constructed in 14 countries with over 130 more power reactors being planned and 250 more being proposed. Talk about a growing industry! Words: 776

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Buy Into the Future with These BRIC Nation ETFs (+2K Views)

Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC) are the top emerging markets with much better long-term prospects than most of the so-called "developed" markets and now there's a way you can trade the BRIC stock markets with some new leveraged ETFs — but you need to be careful. Words: 681

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Return OF Capital vs. Return ON Capital – What's in Store for 2010?

When Bernanke announced back in 2009 that he saw "green shoots" in the U.S. economy, it was a green light for global investors to start dipping their toes back in the water. Gradually investors started feeling better about the world and as they felt better, they started taking on more risk. It was a shift in focus, away from the mandate of "return OF capital" back toward one of "return ON capital." So, what's in store for 2010? Will it be risk-aversion or risk-taking? Words: 794

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Silver is a MUCH Better Buy Than Gold (+2K Views)

While it is never too late to buy gold one look at the current gold:silver ratio clearly suggests that silver and/or the stocks and warrants of quality gold and silver miners and royalty companies is a MUCH better buy than buying gold at its current price. Words: 1157

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The Gold Bug’s Best Ally: Politicians! (+2K Views)

Imperatives of the electoral process cause politically expedient decision making to go into overdrive resulting in a feverish succession of costly and doomed initiatives. Real money is the safe haven destination to its consequences. Precious metals prices can be expected to gain serious momentum and reach unheard of price levels in this environment. Words: 1331

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Why a Multi-year Bull Market is Ahead for the U.S. Dollar

Given the ongoing crisis surrounding the euro, the vulnerability of the British pound from a continued spread of sovereign debt concerns AND the catalyst for a weakening yen, I’m expecting the dollar to continue its upward path against major currencies both in the short-term and longer-term. Words: 738

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Gold Bullion: The Best and Safest Investment on Earth (+2K Views)

A survey of US hedge fund managers by London-based Moonraker Fund Management: 90 percent (20 of the 22) of the hedge fund managers surveyed admitted they had bought physical gold for personal investment. These sophisticated investors know something that the average investor doesn’t: that the global policy response to the financial crisis will not only devalue the world’s major currencies, it will decimate the US dollar. Words: 2233

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