If you’re going to be a long-term investor, focused on buying good companies whose value can compound over time, and not just a trader who’s trying to jitterbug in and out of positions for a gain in a month or a year, then at some point you have to remove your thought process from “the […]
While we wait to see what Berkshire Hathaway’s quarter looked like, how’s the rest of the portfolio holding up? Holy Cow, Starbucks (SBUX)! Haven’t seen that stock take this big of a pop after earnings in a long time, and sentiment seems to have changed so quickly to a “this is a safe capital return […]
I haven’t written much about the Palm Beach Letter, but Tom Dyson and Michael Masterson/Mark Ford have been given free reign to pitch their newsletter to most of the Agora and Stansberry mailing lists, it appears, so we sure see a lot of their ads. And lots of folks have been asking about this one, […]
“… this is a completely hidden – and yet legal – drain on your retirement savings, mandated by the U.S. Government. And the worst part is that for the last five years, without fail, this “tax” has increased. In fact, at the current rate, over the next five years, you could be in line to shell out as much as 65% of your total retirement portfolio!” So what is Taipan talking about with this one?
A reader recently sent me a note about a teaser recommendation from Martin Weiss and the Money and Markets folks regarding bets against long term bonds. This wasn’t really a complicated teaser, so this will just be a short note …