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One Asset Brexit Can’t Touch
by Jeff Opdyke June 29, 2016 Investing
Alternative assets often get a bad rap — remember the '90s Beanie Babies craze? — but there is one asset that continues to appreciate in value that even Brexit won’t touch…
Brexit Rips Apart the Global Economy
by Jeff Opdyke June 24, 2016 Global Economy
By voting to flee the European Union, the Brits shocked the world … but only because the world wasn't paying attention. Now comes the day after Brexit, and it promises to be worse than the event itself.
Fake Jobs Plague the U.S. Economy Were you convinced by the unemployment rate drop to 4.7% in May? That is what the government reported. But a closer look at the data reveals something else.
The Billionaire Bears Club
by Jeff Yastine June 14, 2016 U.S. Economy
The stock market has reached a near-euphoric level of buying enthusiasm, and several billionaires are now selling into the rally. It’s time to follow the money, but not the crowd.
The Gold You Should Be Buying - interest rates The Gold You Should Consider Investing in Right Now
by Jeff Opdyke May 11, 2016 Gold
With interest rates in negative territory for much of the globe, and headed there in the U.S., it’s not enough to just own gold … you have to own the right kind of gold.

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