Monthly Archives: October 2013

Would You Like to Buy This Business?

Dear Investor, I have a business I would like to sell you. Let’s run over the numbers first. First and foremost, I have to be honest, this business has not implemented a budget in five years. I know that seems … Continue reading

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Bad News For Bulls, But GREAT News For Traders

Investors need to be aware of a significant dynamic emerging in the markets. That dynamic is one of corporations missing revenues estimates while beating earnings estimates. The majority of investors focus on earnings when it comes to valuing the stock … Continue reading

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How to Double Your Money in 10 Months

Today I’m going to show you how to trade the market successfully. It is commonly thought that in order to trade and make money in the markets, you need to trade all asset classes. I am always asked by people, … Continue reading

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How to Accurately Value a Company (Hint, Not Through P/E Ratios)

The following is an excerpt from our value investing newsletter Stock Picker Elite On that note, I want to point out that some of the best businesses in the world are beginning to approach valuations that are attractive (see Figure … Continue reading

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Was the Debt Ceiling Crisis a Lie?

The US can now collectively breathe a sigh of relief that we’ve averted the “debt ceiling debacle.” The only problem is that this entire “crisis” was a lie. The US actually hit its debt ceiling back in May 2013, a … Continue reading

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What the “Deal” Means for the Markets

The big news as far as the markets are concerned is the Government reopening and the debt ceiling being extended. The debt ceiling technically was hit last May but no one bother to discuss that in the media. Why let … Continue reading

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The Clear Evidence That Gold Is Being Manipulated Lower

At this point the Gold manipulation is outright absurd. For years there have been rumors that Gold and Silver were being manipulated lower. For the most part these rumors were thought to be in the realm of “conspiracy theory” by … Continue reading

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Europe’s Lies Are So Bad, They Make the US Look Good Comparison

While the US continues to bumble its way towards a debt ceiling crisis (somehow our President doesn’t have time to meet work on solving this, but does have time to make sandwiches with volunteers and give press statements about how … Continue reading

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Central Planning, Lying Career Politicians, and the US Ponzi Debt Scheme

The political class in Washington has failed to reach a deal. They are effectively playing a game of chicken with the markets to see who blinks first. As usual, there are plenty of lies and spin swirling around this situation. … Continue reading

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Stocks Just Took Out THE Line

The markets are finally beginning to realize that the debt ceiling debacle, economic contraction in the US, housing bubble 2.0 bursting, China slowdown, Japan stagflation and European banking crisis are not good for stocks. With that in mind, the S&P … Continue reading

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