America’s Hundred Years War and What it Means for Your Bottom Dollar

Last week President Barack Obama held a White House inquest into the intelligence failures that saw a man try to bring a jet down over Detroit on Christmas day. If Iraq and Afghanistan weren’t bad enough, now we have to worry about Yemen. These are getting to be trying times—especially if you are like me and have to use Google to find exactly where Yemen is. Read this article to learn how the new front in the war will affect your bottom line…

Investment Forecast for 2010: The Dollar’s Demise Sets the Table

Washington is trying to jump-start the economy with unprecedented amounts of money. Yet the old economist adage holds, “It’s like pushing on a string.” Unless there is demand for money by willing lenders and borrowers the economy is not going to improve. What is going to happen is a train wreck for the dollar. Read this article to get John Myers’ predictions for 2010…

The False Hope of Hi-Tech

Ten years ago today the clock was ticking down on Y2K. Fast forward one decade. Washington and Wall Street are now betting the bank that technology is America’s savior. Technology was not the Antichrist a decade ago, nor is it our savior now. In fact, faster computers can’t possibly help us out of our current crisis. Read on to learn what that crisis is…

Santa Claus

For a young child, Santa Claus is a magical character of mythical proportions. If the child wants something special he knows all he has to do is ask Santa. Now the United States Government is playing the role of Santa and giving away presents right and left. Read this article to learn where the Santa mentality of government is leading us…

China’s Century: The Impending Threat to America and the Dollar

In a little more than two weeks we will enter the second decade of the 21st century. More and more it’s beginning to look like China’s century. China has an incredible economy and the nation has risen toward superpower status in just 30 years since Deng Xiaoping gave a famous speech. Read this article to learn how China’s growing power will affect the United States and the world…

Shocking Proof… Global Warming is a Hoax

In President Nixon’s day, dirty tricksters did things the old fashioned way—with black gloves and flashlights. The result was Watergate, the eventual legacy of which may be that anything corrupt contains a word ending with “gate.” The latest incident is Climategate. Read this article to learn more about the hoax, plus get information about a money-making energy stock…

The White Lies About Black Gold

President Barack Obama’s proclamations about reducing the United State’s dependency on foreign oil reveal either a naïveté or a striking amount of dishonesty. With U.S. production waning and viable renewable fuel technologies still years away, the U.S. is going to have to look for new sources of oil. Read this article to learn where the country may turn…

Obama’s Bear Market: How to Survive and Prosper

Last month the Dow Jones Industrial Average broke above the 10,000 mark for the first time in more than a year. It happened thanks to the work of President Barack Obama and his bagmen at the Federal Reserve. But was the infusion of $1 trillion in new money good for the economy or bad? Keep reading to find out and also get some sound advice to help you prepare for what lies ahead…

Unholy Alliance: How China and Iran Threaten Peace and Prosperity—Plus: Your Lucky Charm When it Comes to New Wealth

Just four days before China marked the 60th anniversary of communist rule, China National Petroleum Corp. signed a contract with National Iranian Oil Co. to develop the largest oilfield discovered in the last 30 years. This partnership will strengthen ties between China and Iran, threatening world peace and prosperity. Read this article to learn the ramifications of this new alliance and get a tip on how you may prosper from it…

The Judicial Decline of America and How to Profit from it

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores are falling but one thing in America is rising—the number of lawyers. More and more lawyers are in prominent places of government—including the presidency. Is this trend behind government inefficiency and expansion? Read this article to get the answer and learn how you can profit from it…

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…

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…

Middle East Mayhem Could Push Oil Over $150 per Barrel

The philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau once said, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” In the late 1970s there was a revolution in Iran, the stock market was in crisis, there was a young Democrat sitting in the Oval Office and a pop star that some had called “The King” had died prematurely. Sound familiar? Read this article to see what happened back then and how you can use that information to your advantage…