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A New Knife for Washington

Posted October 31, 2006

If a government dominated by one party should run like a hot knife through butter, why does it seem more like the current US leadership is cutting burnt steak with a cold spoon? Brazil's Lula may soon show Bush a thing or two about the winning edge of true coalition building.

Investing In Junior Mining Stocks

Posted October 27, 2006

While the junior mining stock market is slow at the moment, I thought this would be a good time to review how to pick a quality junior mining stock. Many juniors at this point are greatly undervalued, while others don't deserve the valuations they have.

Introducing "Mortgage Matters"

Posted October 26, 2006

Gene Hackman is a great actor. He played the lead in one of my favorite films from the 70s, "The Poseidon Adventure." It’s the unforgettable story of a cruise ship that is struck and capsized by a massive tidal wave at midnight on New Year’s Eve.

Warning: Sell These Tech Stocks

Posted October 24, 2006

Now I know I've gone on and on in my previous emails about how great the technology sector is, and about how much money we stand to make by investing in it. But I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't talk to you about the risks of investing in this sector as well. I'd be an irresponsible and reckless individual if I didn't talk about the potential downside here.

Wal-Mart's Worldwide Weight Shift

Posted October 24, 2006

As the big-box retailer par excellence convenes industry analysts in fabulous Teaneck, New Jersey, the company's expansion plans are reorienting far away from the Garden State.

The Big Yawn

Posted October 23, 2006

Our mining stocks this past month have been mostly a "big yawn." The seasonal surge in the metals that we usually see going into the fall appears to be on hold.

Is Tech Investing Only for Professionals?

Posted October 20, 2006

By far the question I most often get asked about investing in technology stocks involves the level of difficulty.

NEWSFLASH...The Fat Lady Has Sung

Posted October 19, 2006

Baltimore, Md.—It may have taken a while and may have been long overdue, but it has finally happened—the fat lady has sung at last. And in singing as she did, she unleashed a monumental downpour on the dreams of housing bulls everywhere.

Forget Wall Street...The "Great Wall" Is Where the Money Is

Posted October 18, 2006

Just the other day I talked to you a bit about the Wireless Wave-the mega-trend taking shape in wireless technologies and services. Today I'd like to get a bit more specific.

New Discoveries Needed

Posted October 18, 2006

As we have been patiently waiting over the summer months and into early fall for the next up wave to take hold, a few juniors have performed well. Why is this, when most other juniors have suffered due to lack of trading volume or interest in the market?

Europe's Open Wound

Posted October 17, 2006

These days many investors look at world markets through one of two lenses: a telescope or a microscope. In the search for international opportunities, it is imperative not to gloss over the mid-range opportunities, and the overlooked locales in which many of those chances for growth are found.

The Wireless Wave

Posted October 16, 2006

Wireless technology is literally creating a "wave" of change and profits that's sweeping across the globe at lightning speed. It's about to completely shift how we do everything, from communicating with one another to how we pay for our groceries. Let me tell you what I mean.

Peak Oil Has Changed Everything

Written by Brian Hicks
Posted October 16, 2006

If you need more proof that the Age of Oil is coming to an end, you need look no further than two sentences that were uttered last week. One was spoken by the Pentagon. The other, about two hours later by President Bush.

Alan the Preposterous Rides Again

Posted October 12, 2006

Alan Greenspan probably never met Neville Chamberlain, but the two men certainly share a penchant for the preposterous definitive statement. For Chamberlain, of course, it was that memorable “peace for our time” quote as he stepped off the plane after being bamboozled by Hitler in Munich in 1938. And for Mr. Greenspan it was a gem that he delivered earlier this week.

China Wields Carrots and Celery Sticks

Posted October 10, 2006

In the Asian political sphere where stability is the rule, China's choices are limited when dealing with its newly nuclear neighbor, North Korea.