Hot Timely Reads

07/22/2017

Attention All Income InvestorsWarning Signs Your Dividend Is About To Be Cut

Last weekend, I was talking to a buddy who started a new business. I asked him how it was going. “Sales are going great. But I have a cash flow problem. I have to turn away orders,” he said, shaking his head. He explained that he can’t fulfill orders until he gets paid on older ones that have 30-day terms. And if his customers […]

If you’re an income investor, you can’t afford to be unaware of whether your company’s cash flow will result in a dividend cut.

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07/19/2017

Sovereign Man

Start Here:

A good read and site for those that are concerned enough about the current situations in the world to work towards a Plan B.

This is the system we’re currently living under:

  • A tiny elite has total control of the money supply.
  • They wield intrusive spy networks and weapons of mass destruction.
  • They can confiscate the wealth of citizens in their sole discretion.
  • They can indebt unborn generations.

Let’s face it: There is something messed up with the world we’re living in. Personal liberty is deteriorating… The economy is on life support and could flat line any day now… Governments around the world are getting crushed by debt, and are resorting to financial controls and other restrictions to “fix the economy”… And it’s all getting worse at an exponential rate.

It’s critical to point out the world is not coming to an end.

It’s going to reset.

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07/18/2017

After Throwing in the Kitchen Sink, What’s a Central Bank to Do?

When every tool in the tool box has been used – what do you do next. Here’s a suggestion, try being honest. It may take time, but the “market” always gets the final say….

Central banks can’t do everything, especially when they have already been doing it for close to a decade.

LONDON — Central banks struggling to lift historically low interest rates and rein in stimulus programmes may have more on their minds than just getting back to normal — they are, by some accounts, nowhere near ready to deal with the next recession or crisis. Start with a then-and-now comparison. When the global financial system nearly collapsed about a decade ago, the world’s major […]

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