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Are Stocks and Bonds Really the Only Assets You Need in Your Portfolio?

With the bull market in stocks that began in 2009 (1982 if you consider the longer-term super bull market), it’s common for investors to hold portfolios consisting entirely of stocks and bonds. But are stocks and bonds really the only assets you need in your portfolio? It may seem that way now, but a deeper […]

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The Outlook for the Vietnamese Dong in 2018

A Southeast Asian country with nearly 95 million residents, and perhaps best-known for the Vietnam War, Vietnam is actually one of the biggest growth stories of the 21st century. That could make the Vietnamese Dong a preferred currency speculation in 2018 and beyond. As the country consolidates and continues its rapid growth, the currency should […]

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The Outlook for the Iraqi Dinar in 2018

No one has a crystal ball, so it’s impossible to make future projections with any real accuracy. But based on the current state of events in Iraq, and in countries in the region – as well as globally – we’re going to give our best estimate for the outlook for the Iraqi Dinar in 2018. […]

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Preparing Your Investment Portfolio for the Next Economic Downturn

In modern economies, we pretty well understand downturns to be a normal part of the economic process. But recessions lead not only to job losses and economic decline – they also affect investments. Though it doesn’t seem to be true in recent years, the realities of the financial markets are ultimately tied to the real […]

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Are Your Investments Prepared for a MAJOR Fall in the US Dollar?

Most Americans don’t concern themselves with the value of US dollar. That’s because the dollar has been incredibly steady in recent decades. We’ve come to see currency problems as an issue for other countries, but not the US. However, America has not been immune to the ravages of a currency collapse. Are your investments prepared […]

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Why Now is the Best Time to Have a Gold IRA

In an investment universe dominated by paper assets, holding at least some gold bullion is an outstanding strategy. It’s not that you’re betting against your paper assets, particularly stocks. But more that your preparing your most important portfolio – your retirement plan – to be prepared for whatever might happen. The best way to do […]

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Why You Should Add “Exotic” Currencies to Your Investment Portfolio

Exotic currencies come under the category of “high risk/high reward” investments. Some would even say that they aren’t investments at all. They may be better termed as speculations, but ones that have the kind of upside potential that can’t be ignored. Let’s explore why you should add exotic currencies to your investment portfolio. What Are […]

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Why Silver Could be the Ultimate Disaster Insurance

Millions of people understand and appreciate gold as a form of disaster insurance. Because of its high unit value, a small amount can represent a form of insurance for an investment portfolio filled with paper assets. Silver can do that as well, and also provide options for every day financial activities. That can make silver […]

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Bitcoin vs. Gold – Are Crypto Currencies the New Gold?

Bitcoin has experienced an incredible run-up in price in recent years. This has caused many to speculate that crypto currencies are the new gold. Practically since paper currencies became the norm, investors have been searching for a medium of exchange and store of value that’s not issued (and manipulated) by central banks and national governments. […]

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10 Reasons Why Gold is a More Valuable Portfolio Holding Than Ever

The typical portfolio is loaded up primarily with a combination of stocks and some form of fixed income investments, like bonds. Alternative investments, such as gold, are far less common. But that needs to change. There are 10 reasons why gold is a more valuable portfolio holding than ever before. 1. Gold Adds a Physical […]

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