Addison Wiggin is founder and executive publisher of Agora Financial LLC, an independent economic forecasting and financial research firm. He and Bill Bonner began writing the firm’s flagship Daily Reckoning in the midst of the tech boom and bust. It was one of the first widely distributed email newsletters on the Internet. The publication’s...
In the June Strategic Intelligence issue, Jim gives details on the newest branch of economic science and explains how narratives drive markets. He also reveals how to prepare now when the narrative suddenly shifts. Also, Nomi gives insight on consumer demand for more value in a highly inflationary environment and provides a trade recommendation with 60% upside to take advantage.
In this month's issue, Jim gives a detailed analysis of the new danger facing the U.S. - a new cold war with China. He details how tariffs are just one of the battles of this new war and how to protect your portfolio in a long and protracted battle in ideology as well as military and economic superiority. Also, Nomi gives insight on how escalation and retaliation in the trade wars can bring volatility and shows how to profit from an online disrupter poised for 65% gains. Plus, Byron focuses on the current gold rally and analyzes how long it could stay bullish. He also reveals a new gold play that could bring 36% gains in the coming weeks as investors rush to safety.
In this month’s Strategic Intelligence issue, Jim expands his analysis on the election by giving a critical overview of how the major markets will behave in this electoral season and how it can bring you profits from that advance knowledge with a special trade. Also, Nomi discusses how a mortgage boom will hit no matter who wins the election as she reveals a solid trade to play the trends of government support for housing, work from home, and booming suburbs.
“A revolution is under way, one that will topple the existing order.” Here’s where you want to put your money. Dividends look even sexier today; as do defense stocks, contrary to the latest supercommittee coverage.