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How to ‘Call’ the Markets Correctly

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing an essay from my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud, in which he shares his secret to investment success. Steve also explains the best times to use certain types of investment strategies. *** “Steve’s been one of the very few who’s been really right this cycle,” my friend Meb Faber said about me on a recent episode of his podcast, The Meb Faber Show. “There’s a speech he gave at the New York Stock Exchange in…

Breaking News From a Major Health Care Watchdog

We live and breathe research studies. My team scours journals to find the latest scientific studies and reports. Our goal is to provide you with the best information possible so you can make informed decisions about your health. That’s why an article we recently read left us in shock. It’s a topic that means breaking news for the medical community… but we’ve seen little media attention. And it’s an alert from one of the major watchdogs in health care. In other words, what we’re…

Building Wealth

The Biggest Advantage You Have Over the ‘Smart Money’

Doc’s note: Boring is good… when you’re talking about investing. Being a successful investor isn’t about cashing in on the latest fad company. It’s about generating safe and steady income for years. That’s why I’m sharing an essay from Stansberry Churchouse publisher Kim Iskyan. Kim explains a huge advantage that average investors have over professionals and one of the best investment strategies to follow. *** Individual investors – normal people who invest their money themselves – get a bad rap… They’re usually…

Spending Wisely

Fire Your Cable Company

Doc’s note: We’re continuing our special holiday series, sharing our favorite issues. Today’s essay was chosen by one of our team members, Jeff Havenstein… If you’re like me and get upset every time you look at your monthly cable bill, it might be time to make a change. Recently, I convinced one of my family members to follow this advice. She now gets almost all of the same programs she used to watch, but for a fraction of the cost. *** We…

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Don’t Ever Break This Investment Rule

Most of our subscribers will fall into the euphoria. And most of them won’t get out.” That was the grave warning last night from my good friend and Stansberry Research founder Porter Stansberry during a special event with my colleague Dr. Steve Sjuggerud and TradeStops founder Dr. Richard Smith. Porter and I don’t always agree on what we see happening in the market. But there is one thing we do agree on… When this market turns down… whether it’s next month or years…

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Living Well

Bend Your Way to a Better Brain

Ask anyone over the age of 65 what they worry about the most as they age. You’re likely to hear many say dementia, memory loss, or Alzheimer’s disease. But there’s a silent mental illness that’s twice as prevalent as dementia. And you’re up to eight times more likely to face it than depression, which is also common in seniors. Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 40 million adults live…

Travel

Seven Essential Items for Summer Travels

Late summer means a lot of travel. Whether it’s trips to the beach or a vacation before the kids or grandkids go back to school, plenty of folks are getting ready for a trip. What’s more, according to a poll from CBS, more folks prefer to travel in September. If you aren’t traveling with children, that’s a great time to travel thanks to smaller crowds and cooler temperatures. I travel a lot. And over the years, I’ve picked up on some tricks…