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History tells us that the next big burst of industrial investment is going to be in Africa … and smart investors should start positioning themselves to profit from this development now. Investment Boom Alert: 2 ETFs to Ride Africa’s Fast Growth Rates History tells us that the next big burst of industrial investment is going to be in Africa … and smart investors should start positioning themselves to profit from this development now.
Ten years from now, everyone will be talking about “African Lions.” And I don’t mean the legendary king of the jungle. Invest in African Lions By Buying This ETF Today Ten years from now, everyone will be talking about “African Lions.” And I don’t mean the legendary king of the jungle.
The Assault on the Attorney-Client Privilege The Constitution guarantees these precious rights to you and me, and especially to those ignorant of the law — and that means all of us, including the president of the United States.
Civil Forfeiture What’s Yours Is Theirs What’s Yours Is Theirs
by Ted Bauman January 16, 2017 Wealth Confiscation
Federal civil forfeiture proceeds rocketed 4,155% between 1986 and 2013. And it could get much worse if Trump gets his wish for U.S. attorney general.
food riots Welcome to the Real Hunger Games
by Jeff Yastine April 12, 2016 Commodities
Shifts in economic growth and weather patterns threaten to decimate world food production ... leading to soaring commodity prices and potential food riots.

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