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Right now, you would need 71 ounces of silver to buy one ounce of gold. This difference in value is wildly out of step with centuries past. And it's not going to stay that way...
DailyWealth | July 23, 2009
DailyWealth | July 18, 2009
Florida has always been a Mecca for retirees. The warm weather and zero state income tax have drawn folks for generations. But during the housing bubble of the 2000s, growth in places like Port St. Lucie spun out of control...
DailyWealth | July 2, 2009
As you can see, buying when the fund traded at a discount led to capital gains within a couple of years. Not to mention the tax-free income along the way.
DailyWealth | June 18, 2009
As many folks are finding out these days, Wall Street couldn't care less about returning your capital. In addition to the $150,000 cars and million-dollar New York condos, Wall Streeters are far more concerned with keeping their clients ignorant. This keeps their "fee faucet" flowing day and night.
 
DailyWealth | March 26, 2009
DailyWealth | February 8, 2009
When I first discovered this opportunity, I figured there was a catch. I didn't think it was possible to take my hard, cold cash and increase its value by 150% in one night out...
DailyWealth | February 7, 2009
There's something about knowing I'm getting 10 times the value it costs me... I truly love that feeling. It's like the first blindfolded wine tasting I conducted in 1978, when we all discovered a $15 wine can taste as good as the stuff French wine snobs were selling for $95.
DailyWealth | February 6, 2009
There's something about knowing I'm getting 10 times the value it costs me... I truly love that feeling. It's like the first blindfolded wine tasting I conducted in 1978, when we all discovered a $15 wine can taste as good as the stuff French wine snobs were selling for $95.
DailyWealth | February 5, 2009