Are you cashing in on America's free energy source? Porter Stansberry is more bullish than ever on what he calls America's "free energy," natural gas. He's stocked the model portfolio of his newsletter, Stansberry's Investment Advisory, with natural gas companies as well as the companies packaging it and moving it.
Thanks to the Fed's tapering, a wider public is becoming aware of currency instability in diverse economies, from Turkey to Argentina, and India to Indonesia. Indeed, on Tuesday night Turkey raised overnight interest rates by a whopping 4.5% to 12% in an attempt to stop a run on the lira.
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs firmly stated the central government will take action, "including fiscal measures," if Kurdistan begins exporting oil without coming to an agreement with Baghdad.
Chinese consumers, including those from the Mainland, are snapping up more golden horse accessories and gifts this year compared to last year's golden reptiles — snakes are viewed as both malevolent and divine by the Chinese.
Last month I warned about the bubble in the stock market, and what was going to happen when it popped. Make no mistake, the chart of the S&P is the most dangerous chart in the world. When this parabolic structure collapses, it is going to bring down the global economy.
Cheap natural gas means Americans can buy the equivalent of a barrel of crude for $35. That's the exciting reality that has Ron Muhlenkamp putting his investment dollars behind the next great fuel switch, this time in the transportation sector.
“There’s surely no chance that the Fed’s little delivery difficulty has anything to do with the cat’s-cradle of pledges based on the gold in its vaults? As has been remarked here before, forecasting the price is for mugs and bugs.