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Income Tax, Flat Tax, or No Tax?
APR 18 - GEOFFREY PIKE

Income Tax, Flat Tax, or No Tax?

Pay No Income Tax Ever Again

Another April 15th, the usual tax-filing deadline, has come and gone. Did you get all of the government you paid for in 2013? Read More...

MARKET COMMENTARY

APR 17 - BRIAN HICKS

Atmospheric Satellite Technology

Bringing Internet... Everywhere!

Atmospheric satellites are opening up new opportunities for tech companies. Like drones, they're unmanned, but unlike drones, they operate autonomously... and they can solve many problems regular satellites never could. Read More...


APR 16 - BRITON RYLE

How to Play This Correction

It's a Controlled Burn

What we have been seeing (so far, at least) is a controlled burn of momentum stocks. No doubt about it, these sectors were expensive. But the rest of the stock market is fairly valued... Read More...


APR 15 - PAUL BENSON

Investing in Sustainable Agriculture

Buy Farmland!

It's one of the least-covered opportunities on the planet, yet it's also one of the most lucrative. The future of farmland is a profitable one. And those who invest now stand to make a small fortune. Read More...


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ANALYSIS & OPINION

JOSEPH CAFARIELLO

Chicken is Booming

America's chicken producers have beaten the S&P, and the year ahead looks to be more of the same.


JOSEPH CAFARIELLO

Uh oh, General Motors (NYSE: GM)

The Treasury sold off its remaining stake of GM in December, then the recalls began. Coincidence or not?


JOSEPH CAFARIELLO

Low Inflation Now, but What Next?

The IMF is worried that inflation has been kept too low. Are these worries justified?