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The Bank of Japan Goes Negative

Last week, the Bank of Japan made a surprise announcement that it would be implementing a negative interest rate.

By Geoffrey Pike on February 5, 2016

Amazon Going Brick and Mortar?

While still not as big revenue-wise as brick and mortar, online sales, with Amazon leading the way, now account for more than one-third of consumer retail spending.

By Alex Koyfman on February 4, 2016

Time for Gold Stocks

Things have changed for gold. It's time to own it again. And I want to give you a couple ways to profit on what could be a 20% to 30% rally for gold prices in the coming months.

By Briton Ryle on February 3, 2016

$10 Billion in Legal Marijuana Sales. Ready to Invest?

With $10 billion up for grabs, there's never been a better time to invest in legal marijuana.

By Jeff Siegel on February 2, 2016

The Fed's $29 Trillion Bubble

For a real economic recovery, there needs to be investment in new production. But there also needs to be demand. And as we know, demand is not as strong as it needs to be.

By Briton Ryle on February 1, 2016

3 Stocks to Play the Zika Virus

Investment opportunities emerge in wake of the Zika outbreak.

By Jason Stutman on January 31, 2016

Analysis and Opinion

A New Play for Gold Investors

By Geoffrey Pike on February 3, 2016

Who Exactly Made Iowa the Kingmaker of Presidential Politics?

By Jeff Edwards on February 3, 2016

The Quest for Clean Water and the Right to Buy a Tesla in Michigan

By Jeff Siegel on February 3, 2016

Resources and Reports

Contrarian Investing

How to beat traditional investors by embracing contrarian ideas...

Rare Earth Stocks

Rare earth stocks grow as China continues to reduce export quotas...

MITTS Investing

Market Index Target Term Securities (MITTS) are the perfect investment for bearish markets since they offer the prospect of all gain and no pain...

High Dividend Stocks

Investing in high-yield dividend stocks is the best way for a solid yield in uncertain times.

Liberty Watch

Inch by little-noticed inch, government and corporate interests are limiting or taking control of everything you do in an effort to make themselves richer and more powerful.