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Evidence Banks Have Bought Off Washington Aug 18, 2011
One of the themes I have been emphasizing over the past few years focuses on the destruction of the U.S. economy and control over the political system by lobbyist groups.
Dividend Gems Continues to Smash the S&P 500 Index Aug 15, 2011
Banks Look to Craig's List to Exploit the Desperate Aug 14, 2011
First, they made huge commissions loaning you money to buy overpriced real estate. They convinced you that real estate aoeis a great investment,a and aoeproperty values never go down.a Of course, both statements are completely inaccurate, as I first detailed in the 2006 release of America's Financial Apocalypse.
The Reality of the Debt Ceiling Drama Jul 31, 2011
Over the past several weeks, the media has had a field day covering the debt ceiling talks between both political parties. Itas been dominates news headlines for more than a month. Prior to the latest distraction by the media, the focus was Casey Anthony, followed by Congressman Weiner, then Casey Anthony again.
Analysis of the AT&T/T-Mobile Deal Jul 29, 2011
By now, most of you have heard about AT&T's buyout offer of Deutsche Telekom T Mobile. The deal, totaling $39/$40 billion would add nearly 40 million wireless subscribers to AT&T for total of around 129 million, vaulting it past Verizon Wireless' 102 million. The combined company would serve about 43 percent of U.S. cellphones.
Cheerleading from IMF Won't Rescue the Global Economy Jul 29, 2011
Below we have posted the most recent revisions to economic data, including estimates through 2011 (Japan and Spain) and 2012 (U.S. and China). It will be interesting to see when the IMF decides to issue more accurate economic projections that are in line with reality.
When to Buy and Sell. Japan as a Case Study Jul 28, 2011
Shortly after the earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, government and Wall Street economists downplayed the impact on Japan’s economic growth as well as that of the rest of the world. Next, the nuclear reactor meltdown began to worsen and still, these same economists minimized the economic impact of these events.
The Roberts and Celente Circus Show Jul 13, 2011
I always suspected something just wasn't right about Paul Craig Roberts. After all, he was inducted into the political environment under Reagan, as a junior Treasury staff member. Next, he was a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal.
2011 Mid-Year Economic Update Jun 17, 2011
Dividend Gems Outperforms Again
As the market has sold off over the past month, the Dividend Gems Recommended List has once again outperformed. Below are charts representing EVERY security in the Dividend Gems Recommended List so you can see the entire performance, not cherry picked data.
The Media's Role in the War on Terror May 31, 2011
The media continues to utilize countless tactics designed to heighten public perception regarding the critical need to advance Americaas war on terror. We see this on a daily basis.
The Solution to Greece's Sovereign Debt Crisis May 27, 2011
In the very first issue of the Intelligent Investor (June 2009), I discussed problems in Europe that became a reality several months later.
Proof that Zero Hedge Cannot Be Trusted May 25, 2011
While checking our web hosting admin panel, a staff member spotted some hits to our site from Zero Hedge linking to one of the articles I had written about Harry Dent. Of course, the link was posted by one of the commenters, as opposed to Zero Hedge. The last thing the deceptive hacks at Zero Hedge would want to do is make any mention of me or anyone else with credibility they fear would expose their deceit and trickery.
The Media's Latest Distraction: bin Laden's Porn Collection May 16, 2011
The Jewish run media monopoly continues to leverage the recent bin Laden murder as a victory for America and President Obama. But bin Laden had nothing to do with 9 11. Most likely, he died several years ago.
Harry Dent the Fund Manager May 6, 2011
Seizing upon his media “celebrity,” (which essentially means you have sheep lining up for your perceived expertise, created solely by being seen on television) Dent formed an ETF in 2009 called the Dent Tactical ETF (DENT). This is one of those actively managed ETFs you may have heard about.
A Look at Harry Dent's Track Record Apr 26, 2011
Last time I discussed another member of the media club, Harry Dent. I basically demonstrated how Dent is no different than the other experts praised by the financial media. The previous article can be found .Here, I continue with a review of Dent's track record. As you will see, similar to the other so called experts promoted by the media, Dent's expertise lies more in marketing than in market forecasting. Just have a look at one of Dent's marketing pictures shown below. It looks like he...
The Impressive Performance of Dividend Gems
We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you about our newest investment newsletter, Dividend Gems.
Harry Dent. Economist, Futurist & Contrarian Indicator Apr 19, 2011
In the past, I have discussed the many ways the media deceives, spins and even lies about financial information as a way to please its financial sponsors, all while creating drama so as to captivate its sheep audience.
The Embarrassing Track Record of Robert Prechter (Part 1) Mar 26, 2011
This article represents the first in a series that will discuss the realities about Robert Prechter and his track record. In this article I am going to show you a recent interview given by Prechter on Tech Ticker.
Deconstructing Meredith Whitney's Default Predictions Mar 17, 2011
If I hired a full time staff of 100 financial professionals specifically dedicated to the task of calling out all of the media’s so called financial experts (largely comprised of lifelong snake oil salesmen and Wall Street hacks), pointing to their miserable track records, while setting the record straight on their exaggerations, drama filled statements, bias, agendas, cheerleading and apocalyptic predictions, we would be unable to address even one tenth of the propaganda that continues...
Dividend Gems Shines As the Market Corrects Feb 24, 2011
Consolidated Trash: A Look at AOL & Huffington Post Feb 12, 2011
Recently, I reminded readers of a very lucrative (and what I felt was a very obvious) long short equity strategy I discussed that would have yielded huge returns to those who opted to take on this risky maneuver.
Did You Lose Money on Blockbuster? If So, It Didn't Have to Happen Feb 11, 2011
If investors had acted on my analysis, they would have not only avoided holding a stock that would later file for bankruptcy protection, they would have also made huge gains through the long short strategy I recommended using Netflix and Blockbuster.
Dismantling John Williams' Hyperinflation Predictions Jan 30, 2011
If you look around on the various gold bug web sites, you are likely to see the same crowd posting the same lines of hyperinflation and everything else they can conjure up in order to scare people into loading up on excessive amounts of physical gold. Note the emphasis on “physical gold” rather than gold ETFs.
Understanding Manipulation of Gold by the Media Jan 22, 2011
While still working on Wall Street, I began recommending gold in late 2001 to my clients just when the bull market had commenced. As you might imagine, it was very difficult to convince older investors that gold was beginning to enter a bull market after it had done nothing for nearly two decades.
4-Day Gains of 30% for 2011 and 2010 Performance
A couple of days ago I showed you how a stock I had been in and out of for over a year had performed since recommending another entry point in the January 2011 newsletter.
Understanding the Proper Use of Gold and Silver Jan 14, 2011
For a couple of years now, many investors have been bombarded with claims of hyperinflation and a Zimbabwe like fate for the U.S. dollar. These gold bugs would have you believe that gold has value as a form of currency. They have made these claims hoping that everyone will line up to buy gold, so as to raise the price.
Recent Stock Pick Soars AGAIN Jan 12, 2011
Goldman Sachs and the Facebook Pump and Dump Jan 9, 2011
With a good deal of help from traditional media, the social media fad has grown into a worldwide phenomenon for millions who seem to have too much time on their hands. Many claim they use these sites to keep up with friends and relatives. But level headed individuals use more direct means to keep up with loved ones. Many others are looking for love, or just an easy way to get sex, from whatever form it may come.
Newsletter Stock Recommendation Soars More Than 25% in Just 3 Days Jan 9, 2011
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