Saturday, June 1, 2013

6 Months To 6 Figures: It’s No Joke

from Financial Survival Network
Clay Stevens was back with us again discussing how to tap your untapped potential. We all have it, but few of us ever bother to do what’s necessary to bring it to the fore. Clay has several systems to unlock this powerful force. You need to start by getting focused and then you have to take meaningful action towards your well thought out goals. It’s not easy, but it’s hardly impossible. Just make the committment and put forth the effort.
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5 Charts for a Big Natural Gas Bull Market

A little more than a month ago, I wrote to tell you that natural gas was a hot investment. And that proved true.
After dipping below $4 recently, nat-gas pushed back above it. And I think it could go a lot higher.
That is VERY bullish news for stocks that are leveraged to the price of natural gas. Let me show you why in five charts  …
Chart #1: U.S. Dry Nat-Gas Production
First, let’s look at a chart of U.S. domestic natural-gas production through February.
As you can see, monthly natural-gas production dipped sharply in February. It fell to 1.85 trillion cubic feet, the lowest level since November 2010. (more)

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Beyond Bilderberg

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Will Crushing Student Loans and Worthless College Degrees Politicize the Millennial Generation? / By Charles Hugh Smith / May 31, 2013
The existing social and financial order is crumbling because it is unsustainable on multiple levels. The central state is not the Millennials’ friend, it is their oppressor.
No generation of young people is ever politicized by hunger in distant lands or issues of the elderly. It’s no rap on youth that self-interest defines what issues have the potential to radically transform their political consciousness; the transformative cause must reveal the system is broken for them and that it intends on sacrificing their generation to uphold the Status Quo.
The Millennial generation, also known as Gen-Y (Gen-Y comes after Gen-X), is generally defined as those born between 1982 and 2004.
The oldest Millennials were children during the first Iraq War in 1991 (Desert Storm) and just coming of age in 2001 (9/11 and the war in Afghanistan) and the start of the second Iraq War (2003).
The Millennials have entered adulthood in a era characterized by permanent low-intensity wars and central-bank/state managed financial bubbles–2001 to the present. In other words, the only experience they have is of centralized state mismanagement on a global scale.
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How to Buy Stock Without Losing Your Shirt

The stock market has hit record highs lately, and investors who still feel the lingering effects of the market's meltdown four years ago are finally starting to feel more comfortable with the idea of getting back into a more normal investing routine. But if you're thinking about getting back into the market now, you face a tough task: how to buy stock while minimizing the risk that a long-anticipated correction will bring nearly immediate losses to your portfolio.

Unfortunately, investing in the stock market involves unavoidable risk, and one of those risks is the chance that a bear market will cause short-term losses. But by choosing investments that offer true value and a margin of safety, you can learn how to buy stock in companies that are less likely to cause devastating damage to your portfolio over the long haul.

What's a stock really worth?
Investing greats like Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham have long professed that as investors, you can't rely on the price that the market sets for shares of stock to reflect the actual value of the company underlying that stock. Because the stock market is subject to constant fluctuations based on a number of variables that include such things as supply-and-demand dynamics, macroeconomic trends, and demographic factors, share prices can deviate substantially from more objective methods of estimating value.  (more)

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Housing 101: Renting vs. buying a home (part 2)

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Sprott – This Is Why There Is Such A Massive Shortage Of Gold / May 31, 2013
Today billionaire Eric Sprott spoke with King World News about the sunning events which have transpired in the gold market over the last six weeks and he provided KWN exclusively with an absolutely extraordinary chart.  Sprott also spoke about exactly why there is such a massive shortage of available physical gold around the world.  This is the first in a series of three written interviews with Sprott that will be released today.  Below is what Sprott, who is Chairman of Sprott Asset Management, had to say in part I of this remarkable series of interviews.
Eric King:  “Eric, I wanted to get your thoughts on what happened to gold in the last six weeks?”
Sprott:  “It has been my view, and as many of your commentators and interviewees have mentioned, previous to the April 12th to 15th smash, it seemed that there was a clog-up in the delivery of gold throughout the system.
As (Egon) von Greyerz mentioned, whether it’s guys trying to get gold out of their Swiss banks, LBMA deliveries being extended, or people who can’t convert their COMEX contracts into physical gold, there were all sorts of things that suggests there was a tightness in gold.  Including, of course, the COMEX inventories, the deliverable dealer inventories falling from 11 million ounces to 8 million ounces….
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Will Saudi Arabia Allow the U.S. Oil Boom? Interview with Chris Faulkner

by James Stafford, Oil Price:
Technology, technology, and more technology—this is what has driven the American oil and gas boom starting in the Bakken and now being played out in the Gulf of Mexico revival, and new advances are coming online constantly. It’s enough to rival the Saudis, if the Kingdom allows it to happen. Along with this boom come both promise and fear and a fast-paced regulatory environment that still needs to find the proper balance.
In an exclusive interview with, Chris Faulkner, CEO of Breitling Energy Companies – a key player in Bakken with a penchant for leading the new technology charge—discusses:
How Bakken has turned the US into an economic powerhouse
•    What the next milestone is for Three Forks
•    What Wall Street thinks of the key Bakken companies
•    Where the next Bakken could be
•    What to expect from the next Gulf of Mexico lease auction
•    What the intriguing new 4D seismic possibilities will unleash
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