Apr 22

The Daily Reckoning April 22nd

The Traffic Jam That Kills Thousands of People Every Day Let me talk to you about traffic jams. Back in the 1980s,…

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Apr 21

The Daily Reckoning April 21st

The 2 Forces Driving the Current Stock Market Boom Stocks are flat as a new week begins: The only movement to…

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Apr 17

The Daily Reckoning April 17th

The Real Reason the US Media Hates Vladimir Putin With few exceptions, the Western media and most strategists have been very…

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Apr 16

The Daily Reckoning April 16th

High Frequency Trading: An Aid to Economic Collapse The list of markets where big players are cheating the rest of us…

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Apr 15

The Daily Reckoning April 15th

America’s Most Bizarre Taxes 1) Candy Tax In 2009, Illinois issued a tax on candy sales. But what does it define as…

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Apr 14

The Daily Reckoning April 14th

Strange But Legitimate Tax Deductions Tax season is in full swing and people are trying to deduct all that they can.…

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Apr 11

The Daily Reckoning April 11th

Profit With the Sharks in the Biotech Market Stocks can’t recover from yesterday’s rout triggered by CBS naming Stephen Colbert as…

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Apr 10

The Daily Reckoning April 10th

A Contrarian Play on One of the World’s “Safest” Stocks As I mentioned to you yesterday, April is a dangerous month…

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Apr 9

The Daily Reckoning April 9th

Two (Essential) “Heartbleed” Solutions Last fall, we learned via Edward Snowden that the NSA has cracked most of the Internet encryption…

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Apr 8

The Daily Reckoning April 8th

Wise Investments in the Next Global Arms Race In late March, Russia’s president Vladimir Putin announced he’s reinstating a Stalin-era fitness…

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Apr 7

The Daily Reckoning April 7th

The Industry that China is Quietly Killing China is undergoing wide-ranging economic reforms. There will be winners, and there will be…

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Apr 4

The Daily Reckoning April 4th

Why Central Bankers Struggle to Stimulate Growth In order to stimulate lending and get the economy going, the European Central Bank…

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Apr 3

The Daily Reckoning April 3rd

Energy Stocks Reach Bargain Basement Prices It was November 1998. Oil was bottoming near $10 a barrel — a level last…

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Apr 1

The Daily Reckoning April 1st

Gene Editing: The Key to Curing HIV “I believe this technology will eventually change everything,” says Agora Financial’s biotech guru Ray…

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Mar 31

The Daily Reckoning March 31st

The Most Important Thing Holding Up the US Dollar Today’s economic conditions reflect a fiat monetary system held together by many…

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Mar 28

The Daily Reckoning March 28th

The Easiest Way to Make Millions in America “Mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction industries were the most rapidly growing…

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Mar 26

The Daily Reckoning March 26th

Depressing News for High-End “Happiness Stocks” I recently attended an event where one of the speakers suggested that investors should buy…

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Mar 25

The Daily Reckoning March 25th

Why US Gas Exports Won’t Do a Thing to Harm Russia “The annual economic summit of the Group of Seven usually…

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Mar 24

The Daily Reckoning March 24th

The Obvious Way to Fight Food Inflation The kids are suddenly big experts on “income inequality” since it has become the…

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