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Killing Democracy: The Rise of Nation Inc. Killing Democracy: The Rise of Nation Inc.
by Ted Bauman September 12, 2016 Global Economy
Democracy, sovereignty and a global economy are mutually incompatible. This “political trilemma” has led nations to start acting as corporations, putting your financial stability at risk.
New Money Hitting Real Estate New Money Hitting Real Estate
by Chad Shoop September 9, 2016 Real Estate
Previously lumped in with financials, REITs will soon have their own sector on the S&P 500. And the added liquidity should open the floodgates for new cash to flow into real estate.
Infrastructure Spending and America’s Ailing Power Grid Infrastructure Spending and America’s Ailing Power Grid
by Paul Mampilly September 8, 2016 Stocks
Clinton and Trump have promised massive infrastructure spending. While bridges and roads are the center of attention, rolling blackouts indicate that the power grid could use some work too.
The Leading Edge of the Dollar Hurricane The Leading Edge of the Dollar Hurricane
by Jeff Opdyke September 7, 2016 Currency
U.S. exports are down nearly $64 billion so far this year, and yet the Fed is flirting with raising interest rates. Can you imagine the economic storm if the dollar gets any stronger?
Gold Mining Dividends: Gold’s Best-Kept Secret Gold’s Best-Kept Secret
by Jeff Yastine September 6, 2016 Gold
A year ago, mining companies were in the midst of the “Great Dividend Cut.” But dividends are back, and that’s good news not just for stock investors, but for gold prices as well.

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