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Preserving Wealth


Emigrate to Canada & Beyond, and Leave U.S. Taxes Behind

The U.S. and Canada share a 5,525-mile border, famously styled as “the longest undefended border in the world.” But Americans are crossing that border, not to conquer, but to become Canadian citizens and reduce their U.S. tax liability to zero. Read this article to learn what is involved in gaining Canadian citizenship and how it may be financially beneficial to do so…

Lacking the Resources: The Drain in Real Assets & How to Profit From it

Fifty years ago the United States was the largest producer of oil and a net exporter. Today its number one import is crude oil. Each year the United States spends nearly $300 billion on foreign petroleum. But oil is not the only resource in short supply. Read this article to learn what other commodities are in short supply and what action you can take to benefit financially from the knowledge…

Gold Quietly Marshalling Strength

While the world has been on vacation gold has been quietly building strength throughout the summer. The market continues to anticipate the return of physical demand in September, and forward-looking speculators have already entered the market in anticipation of the impact of America’s loose-money policies and stimulus spending. Read this article to learn what you can expect gold to do as the leaves begin to change color…

Are Exchange Controls Coming to the USA?

Exchange controls—laws restricting private ownership of, or transactions in, foreign currencies and gold—are blossoming throughout the world. Are such controls coming to the United States? And if they do come, what does it mean to your wealth? These questions and more are answered in this article…

Doom, Gloom or Boom? Or Maybe All Three?

Our intrepid geopolitical editor traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia, last month, to attend an interesting investment symposium. Chip Wood found much to share. Read on to see what he learned…

Money, Oil and Power

With its gross domestic product growing at an annual rate of 10 percent, China’s need for energy is growing and will surge by 150 percent by 2020. To sustain its growth, China needs increasing amounts of oil and has set its sights on the Middle East. It’s there China and the United States may butt heads, but China holds a trump card. Read this article to learn what China holds over the U.S. and what it means…

Summertime doldrums return as old adage holds true

In June, gold and gold stocks were in a full-blown rally and for a time it looked like the old adage, “Sell in May, and go away” would not hold true this year. But the rally faltered, and a negative report from the World Bank showed the bull market in commodities had ended. Read this article to learn what this means…

Three Dragons Battle a Mouse Over Value of Money

In the scorching Nevada heat a battle is taking place that pits, essentially, three enormous dragons against a mouse. It’s the case of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) vs. Robert Kahre, and its outcome could have an enormous impact on our nation’s money. Read this article to learn about this case and its possible ramifications…

Modern Warfare Arrives!

There are two dimensions of modern warfare. One is the old war machine, where the prizes and prestige go to the one with the biggest and most guns. The other is seductively esoteric. Read this article to learn the second dimension of modern warfare…

Money is Scurrying Away From the Dollar

Capital flows to where it feels secure. The recent leftward tilt of the U.S. Government has sent money flowing to places other than the U.S. Dollar. Read this article to learn what that means to you…

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