Gold is Acting Like Gold

Janet Yellen and the rest of the FOMC are playing ball with the ECB and BOJ, as they decided to cuttheir rate hike projectionsby half for this year.Their lack of tightening was a clear admission of weakness in the economy, and their attempt to "get off zero" in December will go on and prove to…

Investing in Growing Markets

Overview Every investor is worried about the rate of return they receive. Over time, this is one of the most important aspects of investing. Many people live in cities where the cost of living is high. For a professional living in New York City, the rate of return becomes even more important. There are a…

Choose to Get Rich, Plain and Simple

Dear Reader, Getting rich is fun. There are so many paths, and it really all comes down to the choice to become wealthy. You choose to get rich, plain and simple. Somewhere on this road to financial independence is the choice to spend less than you make. Unless you’re Mark Zuckerberg and become a billionaire…

3 Smart Ways to Save Money

Dear Reader, According to GoBankRate, 56% of Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. Over half of this group actually said they have ZERO in savings when participating in the study. When looking at demographics, it is no surprise that 72% of millennials are in the category for the worst savers. This generation has…

What’s Next for Silver?

Get Ready for 52 Week Highs! Dear Reader, The gold large-cap mining shares began their uptrend last September, then gold started its rise in late December. Now, since January 19th, the silver mining shares are going absolutely ballistic! 2 of our 3 silver stock suggestions have more than doubled in the past 45 days. First…

Gold Still Exceptionally Strong

Gold is performing great! So great, that even Bloomberg becomes positive. This is what the mainstream media outlet wrote on Friday: Gold headed for its biggest monthly gain in four years as falling equities bolstered demand for a haven asset during February. Indeed, the price of gold reflects increased demand, as, for the first time…