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With these insane policies in ascendance in Washington right now, it's never been more important for Americans to get familiar with foreign investments, bank accounts, and tax havens. That's true whether you've got $5 million in the bank or $50,000.
DailyWealth | March 29, 2010
The memo was lost and never published. Templeton died in 2008. The note resurfaced a few days ago...
DailyWealth | March 26, 2010
It's never been harder to generate income from safe investments. In fact, it's almost impossible. Cash boxes are the only satisfactory option I can find.
DailyWealth | March 23, 2010
If you thought the U.S. government was heavily in debt, you should see Japan. The Japanese government's debt has now reached $10 trillion... almost the same debt load as the U.S. government, except America's GDP is almost triple Japan's.
DailyWealth | March 22, 2010
The best way to compound your money in the stock market is to buy stocks that raise their dividends every year. Not only do you get the dividend, which you can reinvest, but the dividend grows each year, generating what I call a "double compounding" effect.
DailyWealth | March 16, 2010
Here's where it gets bizarre: Though the government pretends to despise tobacco, all those regulations, lawsuits, and taxes actually just entrench and enrich big tobacco companies...
DailyWealth | March 15, 2010
I hate to take the opposite side of a trade from Steve. He has an uncanny ability to always be right. But I'm not convinced the recession is over. My reason is simple: The Fed's usual policies are not working any more.
DailyWealth | March 8, 2010
In early 2009 at the bottom of the credit crunch, Grantham declared the market was finally "cheap" and said market returns over the next seven years would be "much above the average of the last 15 years." So far, he's right again.
DailyWealth | March 8, 2010
Prices could fall, but I don't expect another waterfall decline like we've seen since over the past few years. In the meantime, we'll enjoy the massive dividends, and as far as we're concerned, the market can stay frozen forever.
DailyWealth | March 2, 2010
The Golden Age of Bond Investing still has years left to run, and we'll keep holding these bonds and enjoying the steady income they pay us. But the opportunity to load up with mispriced bonds paying ridiculously high yields passed last year with the credit crunch... Or so I thought.
DailyWealth | March 1, 2010