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The Biggest Financial Mistake You Can Make

About 59 million Americans are making the biggest mistake possible when it comes to finance… They turn down free money.

The U.S. Census Bureau reports that about 79% of Americans work for a company that offers a 401(k) retirement savings account, but only 41% of these people participate.

How to Become a Better Investor in 2018

Ignore the crowd…

That’s some of the best investment advice I can give… But it’s the hardest to follow.

How to Make the Most of This Historic Bull Market

No trading system in the world can guarantee 100% winners…

And no trading system in the world can guarantee total protection from losses…

Read This Before You Buy Another Stock

Stocks are expensive today. The question is, what do you do about it?

Valuation matters. Buying businesses at cheap prices will always beat buying them when they’re expensive.

A Two-Minute Resolution You Must Keep This Year

What if I told you there was one thing you could do every day for just two minutes to cut your risk of getting one of the deadliest cancers?

Would you make it a New Year’s resolution to try? Keep in mind, about 80% of all resolutions fail by February. But this is far easier than taking the time to go to the gym, start a new diet, or save more money (though we recommend taking care of all these things).

This Is a Universal Impulse… And a Terrible Choice

Doc’s note: We’re continuing our special holiday series, sharing our favorite issues. Today’s essay was chosen by Retirement Millionaire Daily managing editor Laura Bente…

I’m a planner. I make to do lists and mark off each task as I finish it. This practice carries over to my investing. When I’m investing in something, I want to know my reasons for investing, at what point I’ll invest, and when I’ll want to get out of the investment. This last point is one many investors struggle with – creating an exit strategy. That’s why I’m sharing this essay on the importance of knowing when and how to get out.

Here’s What a Bubble Really Looks Like

Doc’s note: We’re continuing our special holiday series, sharing our favorite issues. Today’s essay was chosen by Stansberry Research’s executive editor, Carli Flippen…

This is the most recent essay that we’re including in this series. But I chose it as my essay because it’s something that is on everyone’s mind. Every investor wants to know when this bull market is going to end. And some are even saying we’re in the middle of a bubble – we just don’t know it.

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.

One Natural Therapy Relieves Pain From Cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s

Doc’s note: Today’s essay was chosen by one of our research writers, Amanda Cuocci…

I’m amazed at the ability of music to not only make us happy, but also relieve pain and stress. Pain management can help so many illnesses. Add to it the benefits to our brain health, and it’s a therapy nearly everyone can enjoy.

This ‘Obama Retirement Account’ Is Dead – Good Riddance

Doc’s note: Today’s essay was chosen by one of Retirement Millionaire Daily‘s managing editors, Steven Longenecker…

In 2014, President Obama launched the myRA retirement savings account. The government spent about $70 million to encourage folks to save. But folks who opened myRA accounts contributed less than half that. This past summer, the U.S. Department of the Treasury finally announced it was phasing the program out.