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Has anyone tried this? A search on Gumshoe turned up nothing, but I saw articles on Motley Fool’s site as far back as 2012, pushing this. It enables you to choose your own stocks to create what is like a self-tailored ETF – you can include up to 30 stocks (and ETFs), for a single […]

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On Friday File: Brexit Thoughts and a few nibbles

A few years back some University professor seriously proposed dividing the U.S. into two countries, one progressive and one conservative. So what you post as humor/sarcasm is one of the "great" ideas of our progressive intelligentsia - no wonder the curren[...]

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On Friday File: Brexit Thoughts and a few nibbles

I decided both Donald and Hillary are idiotic, just on different issues. Thanks primary voters who have given us what may be the worst choice in U.S. history. I expect this election to create loads of uncertainty and unrest and have far more effect on our[...]

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On A New Look for Stock Gumshoe

Very kewl site upgrade! Having a laugh though at your line - "sorry to spring the new design on you, but this is generally a pretty quiet time of year hereabouts" - then tonight markets go NUTS over-reacting to Brexit. So unexpected, the polls were so wron[...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

Perfectly stated Sharon![...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

Hi gard, I'm guilty too in going off topic with politics and whatnot, we just have to try and control ourselves! But there's a thread created by Alan for "anything goes", most anything you want to say, someone should give you the link to it if they haven't[...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

Thanks so much for sharing and for explaining your thinking/evaluation process in such detail![...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

True Frank. Too bad though, when crowds become vaguely aware that "the games are rigged" and/or our leaders are incompetent, most of them go tearing off towards bad solutions. As I think our election is proving. I need a stiff drink tonight, and don't even[...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

Yes, and though I very rarely watch financial news these days, when I do they're very likely to be mentioning criticisms of central planning impotence or failures - criticisms which were treated like crazy talk not that long ago when I'd watch Blomberg up [...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

I think a PM bull market has begun mainly b/c the public is gradually realizing central banks can only do so much, and are running out of bullets. Unfortunately there's no wide agreement regarding what fiscal policies are needed, even though even Fed membe[...]

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On Microblog: Golds next bull run? What to buy?

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On Microblog: Discussion re $ARTH

Oh - got it. Thanks for your large part in getting these threads started Alan, and keeping them going. I think a lot of investors have benefitted from your input, you often come up with angles and questions no one else has thought of. So who cares about a [...]

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On Microblog: Discussion re $ARTH

Alan: Please excuse an off-topic post but I don't post or even look at the unmentionables thread anymore, in fact don't visit the site much at all now due to other priorities. But I vaguely recall some dust-up about a few of your posts disappearing, and th[...]

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On Microblog: A Major Turning Point on the Horizon?

What a bunch of screaming geniuses the majority of our docters have become. To emphasize Myron's points above, here's what my neighbor just experienced. He was hospitalized for five days due to hyponatremia. After his sodium level was brought back up into [...]

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On Microblog: A Major Turning Point on the Horizon?

Welcome back Myron! Money is only money, but good health is priceless. I'd largely moved on from my temporary fascination with investing to things far more important, but will always pay attention to your articles and posts. Your simple statement that heal[...]

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On Stansberry's "Metropolitan Club" plan for the Gold Bull Mania

Owning precious metals these days is like having fire insurance; must have it, but hope to never need it. If ever it shoots up to crazy-high prices it will most likely be because of central bank insanities like ZIRP resulting in the global economy "going t[...]

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On What's Nick Hodge's "Proven Golden 'Loophole'" that "Magnifies Gold & Silver Gains?"

I would put your #3 as # 1, but we've talked about why in the past at some length. Otherwise it looks great to me based upon my limited financial analysis skills. I occasionally wonder if I'm wrong in considering SGDJ as safe as trying to pick any one of t[...]

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On What's Nick Hodge's "Proven Golden 'Loophole'" that "Magnifies Gold & Silver Gains?"

Wow Brent, what a phenomenal post. These are bedrock principles for anyone considering speculating in this sector. Those who'd like to expand their inside look at how unscrupulous promoters have always conned people in the mining and energy fields would do[...]

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On "Warren Buffett's Secret Marijuana Stash" -- what are the picks teased by Jimmy Mengel?

Interesting, Frank. Also interesting that way back before weed was criminalized in the U.S., only a tiny % of the population chose to partake, when as pointed out they could have grown their own free supply. People had much more purpose and interest in lif[...]

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On Sagami's "4 Reasons Why You Should Invest in This Superfood Producer Today"

My only comment is that my three requirements for eggs, omega 3 fed + organic + cage-free, used to be hard to find together (all three in one brand). Now they're in major supermarkets, that's the trend and it will grow as the benefits continue to be proven[...]

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On Somewhere Between "The Next Aspirin" and "An Ingredient in Curry"

Excellent article. I think a sharp line should be drawn between "supplements" which are nutritional and those which aren't, and only have medicinal effects. I was glad to see you point this out, because it's a crucial difference. My doctor does recommend t[...]

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