Why You Should Not Get a Gold IRA from Regal Assets: My Review

Regal Assets Gold IRA Review   Gold IRA’s are plentiful and offered by several companies in the US. The question is, however, should you actually get a Gold IRA? Before you decide, consider the following information: *A gold IRA custodian will charge you a significant amount simply to open an account. Therefore you will actually […]

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Fed Plans to Pump $1 Trillion into System in 14 Days as 1 CEO Buys $90 Million in Gold & Silver

The central bank has recently cut rates while pumping over $200 billion into the short term overnight loan market, pledging to continue for the next 14 days with anywhere from half a trillion to over $1 trillion USD in order to maintain liquidity and “keep the economy strong”. The REAL State of the Economy   […]

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Dow Jones Drops 767 Points in Worst Day of 2019! – Protect Your 401k/IRA While You Still Can

In the worst day for stocks in 2019, the Dow Jones, S & P 500 and Nasdaq all lost 3% or more as the reality of a global economic slowdown is becoming undeniable at this point. Even with central banks devaluing currency and slashing interest rates, it seems this market has even more downside potential. […]

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In This Volatile Tweet-Sensitive Stock Market, Should I Buy Bonds as a Safe Haven Investment?

Trump’s tweets and China trade talks seem to be the order of the day and the main perceived market mover, but it’s never that simple. The US economy is at the end of its latest business expansion cycle spanning almost 10 years, and an inevitable recession is due sooner or later. Should I Buy Bonds? […]

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Larry Kudlow: Outsourcing the President’s Lies About the Economy

Gerald Celente from Trends in the News talks about Larry Kudlow Larry Kudlow Can’t Speak Highly Enough About This Economy   In spite of the real facts about the nation’s economy, Larry Kudlow can’t stop selling the American public a lie. The economy’s so strong that: America can’t have normal interest rates, in fact, it […]

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Can You Trust a Unicorn (IPO)? Investors and Retirees Beware

Unicorns IPOs are Being Sold to the Public as the Next Big Thing, but Will It End Well?   Not since the infamous Dot.com bust and market crash of 1999 – 2000 have we seen this level of over-hyped, over-valued Silicon Valley darlings being presented to the public as the very investment God would make […]

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The Coming Great American Retirement Crisis

The Great American Retirement Crisis: How We Got Here   The American Dream used to be: you work hard, you save your money, you live within your means, you have a few kids and raise them to respect others regardless of difference in opinion, you teach them to value and uphold the US Constitution, and […]

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American savers lost an estimated $500 billion due to low interest rates since the financial crisis

Remember When Americans Used to Save Money? Me Neither   A savings account used to be the holy grail of personal financial responsibility, but these days, Americans are in no position to save even a dime. Some Disturbing Facts About Americans and Their Financial Outlook   *Low interest rates have kept Americans from saving $500 […]

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How to Protect Your 401k or IRA from a Stock Market Crash

How long do stock market crashes last? How long does it take to recover your losses once a major market downturn occurs? What % of your 401k/IRA should be in stocks/bonds/cash? With so many Americans leaving the workforce to retire on a daily basis, and over half of them heavily invested into the current stock […]

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Americans Are Having Less Sex and Jewelry Stores Are Closing Down Across the Nation

Major Jewelry Stores Closing Down in Large Numbers in the US   Record numbers of Americans have stopped having sex as jewelry stores across the country close their doors. Add this to the fact that more peope in their 20’s still live at home with their parents, and you will see the true state of […]

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