Thursday , 25 July 2024

Several Excellent Financial Articles From This Week That You Probably Missed – Take a Look

We are bombarded by a cacophony of poorly thought out and poorly written and presented economic, financial and investment “information” every day of our extremely busy and complicated lives. No wonder we miss some great articles in the process. Don’t worry, though, because we have the time and resources to do it for you. Below are several articles from this week that you probably missed which are well worth your attention. Enjoy.

By Lorimer Wilson, editor of (Your Key to Making Money!)

Economic Articles

1. The Great Depression: What Caused It & What Can Be Learned From It?

Below are 6 specific reasons that contributed to the Great Depression and the stock market crash of 1929-1932. Are there any lessons to be learned from those events? Read on! Read More »

2. 5 Lies About America’s $18 Trillion Debt Refuted

There has been a great deal of misinformation and propaganda – outright lies – about the $18 trillion U.S. government debt and this article examines 5 of the biggest such lies. Read More »

3. No Inflation? No Way – Inflation Is Definitely Here! Take A Look

We keep hearing about how controlled inflation is but in reality, we are seeing increases in many important segments of our society. No inflation they say. Let us look at some key items. Read More »

4. Debunking the Validity of ShadowStats’ Inflation Numbers

Shadowstats presents what they claim to be the original methodology used by the government to calculate the rate of inflation in the U.S. but Shadowstats’ John Williams is not calculating inflation any differently. He is not using the 1980s or 1990s methodology… [Instead,] all he’s is doing is taking the CPI data and adding on an arbitrary constant to make it look like inflation is higher! Read More »

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Financial Article

5. Want Financial Success? Here’s THE Key

You’ve probably heard it a million times from financial “experts” – the key to financial success is saving. The idea is that if we save more now then we’ll have more to spend later and, while that’s true at the individual level, it’s actually disastrous advice in the aggregate. Here’s why. Read More »

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Investment Articles

6. Don’t Ignore This Indicator Of Coming Stock Market Crash/Correction in 2015

Even though the fact that we are in the midst of an absolutely insane financial bubble should be glaringly obvious to anyone with half a brain, the above referred to skeptics have convinced themselves that the current state of affairs can persist indefinitely. Sadly, it looks like what is about to hit us in 2015 is going to serve as a very rude wake up call for them and for the millions of other Americans that currently have their heads in the sand. Read More »

7. New Hindenburg Omen Suggests Stock Market Crash Coming Within 4 Months!

If we have an official Hindenburg Omen then a critical set of market conditions necessary for a stock market crash exists – and such occurred on Dec.2nd. We now have a much higher-than-random probability of a stock market crash, or at the very least a significant decline, starting sometime over the next four months. Read More »

8. S&P 500 Will Top Out Before End Of Year! Here’s Why

It’s hard to see the current spike in equities as anything other than a blow-off move into a final top. It’s the only description for what the equity markets are doing. Let me explain further. Read More »

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Gold & Silver Articles

9. Gold: $1,000 or $10,000? Silver: $15 or $150? 8 Popular Analysts Have Their Say

The internet is awash with analysts who believe that gold is going UP to $10,000 or DOWN to $1,000 and that silver is going DOWN to $15 or UP to $300. Such pundits (Roubini, Sinclair, Rickards, Willie and Edelson to name a few) grab a lot of attention in the media but are their prognostications worth paying attention to or are they just a lot of hot air? Read More »

10. Is Gold Too Pricey – OR – Is Oil Is Too Cheap?

There’s a relationship between gold and oil that’s worth understanding because each, being valued in U.S. dollars, putatively serves as a measure of inflation and, since both commodities have a common denominator, it’s easy to price one against the other. Ergo, the gold/oil ratio i.e. the price of gold expressed in barrels of crude, and the current gold/oil ratio begs the question: “Is gold getting pricey or is oil too cheap? Read More »

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1. is the Internet’s Most Unique Financial Site – Here’s Why

There is no need to spend time searching the internet looking for articles worth reading. We do it for you and bring them to you each day on this the “internet’s most unique site for financial articles”. Here’s why.