Return on the Dollar vs. Return of the Dollar

There is a big difference between a  “Return on the Dollar” and a “Return of the Dollar“. You need to realise the difference if you are to understand how our retirement nest eggs might perform in the future. In “normal” times before the government dinosaur ruled the earth, it was all about  return on the […]

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Brother (Baby Boomer) Can You Spare a Dime?

Take a few moments to listen to Bing Crosby sing the song “Brother Can You Spare A Dime?” We are doomed to repeat history if we don’t learn from it. As in war the victors write the history books and so it is with the Great Depression. It’s only now there are doubt being cast […]

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Should You Go Back Into the Stock Market Right Now?

This is just a quick post to let you know Financial Trend Forecaster, a web site I strongly recommend you subscribe to has released its FREE e-trends monthly newsletter. Included is the Inflation Data web site updates. I digress but it is important. Key things are, They claim we are in the second month of […]

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Baby Boomers – Do You Buy and Hold or Sell and Fold?

I came across a presentation by Steve Hochberg yesterday. It seems to be a question on all Baby Boomer lips today. Watch the “Buy & Hold or Sell & Fold” video excerpt. Steve is the chief analyst at Elliottwave.com. Regardless of whether you believe in Elliott waves or not his presentation provides information worthy of […]

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The Central Bankers Control Your Retirement Nest Egg

It’s true and you need to know. The central bankers control the money supply and the cost of money and as such they control your retirement nest egg. Knowing how the FED works could help you protect your nest egg from their meddling in the economy. Thomas Jefferson was well aware of the dangers of […]

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Biorhythms Shows Flaws in Asset Allocation and Diversification

It occurred to me that yet again we tend to assume as fact thing we are told often enough. This is very true about asset allocation and diversification sold to you as a way to protect your nest egg when investing over the long term. If you ask most any Baby Boomer about how to […]

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John Maudlin – Thoughts from the Frontline

John Maudlin is the author of Bull’s Eye Investing and has a successful website called, “Thoughts from the Frontline“. I have been reading his articles for a while now and find he makes a lot of sense to me. I’ve taken a few days off and am now busy in catch-up mode. Whilst I do […]

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What You Don’t Know About Credit Cards WILL Hurt You.

I read an article by Jennifer Opens called, “15-Minute Tip: Surviving a credit-card default” and thought I might find out a bit more about credit-card defaults and what can happen. Credit cards can be evil insidious things that can eat your savings and you can get yourself into a repayment cycle where you just cannot […]

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