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An Incredibly Simple, Rarely Used Way to Book 170% Gains

An Incredibly Simple, Rarely Used Way to Book 170% Gains

By Dan Steinhart

Editor’s note: You’ll find a very important theme running through the Dispatch over the next five days…

We’re going to discuss the secrets of Casey Research founder Doug Casey’s wildly successful investment strategy…one that has made him tens of millions of dollars in the markets. For each of the next five days, you’ll receive an essay about how this strategy can potentially add tens of thousands of dollars a year to your investment returns…

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Nuclear Power Will Be an Undeniable Power Source In The Future

Despite the controversy, nuclear power should be researched and expanded.

Nuclear power has long been controversial, and the Chernobyl disaster in 1986 cemented its image as risky and dangerous.

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Weekend Edition: Jim Rogers on “Buying Panic”

Weekend Edition: Jim Rogers on “Buying Panic”

By Justin Spittler

Editor's note: Successful crisis investing boils down to one skill. The ability to go against the crowd to buy beaten-down assets that have been left for dead.

Few people know as much about this subject as Jim Rogers. Jim is a legendary investor and a true “international man.” He has earned millions investing in crisis markets.

In the interview below, Crisis Investing editor Nick Giambruno speaks with Jim about this idea. It's a fascinating discussion we think you'll enjoy…

Nick Giambruno: Thanks for joining us today, Jim. First off, tell us what you think it means to be a successful contrarian and how that relates to investing in crisis markets throughout the world.

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The United States’ newest nuclear power plant has taken 43 years to build

This summer, if all goes according to plan, the second reactor at Watts Bar Nuclear Power Plant will begin supplying power to the US electrical grid. Construction on the reactor in Spring City, Tennessee,

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Hinkley Point C nuclear power station to be most expensive object on Earth

The new Hinkley nuclear power station will be the most expensive object on Earth, according to an environment charity.

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France's nuclear giant Areva admits to '400 irregularities' in power plant parts 

France's ailing nuclear giant, Areva, faced a major scandal on Tuesday after the country’s nuclear watchdog confirmed there have been “irregularities” in 400 parts produced in its reactors since 1965,

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No capping the possibilities from nuclear energy

Despite higher costs and scare factor, nuclear power plants remain on the agenda

On April 28, 1986, I arrived in Vienna to take up my post as head of the Energy Studies Department in the Opec Secretariat. I was looking forward to the change after more than six years as the head of refining and gas processing in Iraq at a time of great expansion in spite of the difficulties of the war with Iran.

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Autotrading now available for non-US residents!

For those readers who are non-US residents this may be useful tool for you:

Dear Partner,

Global AutoTrading is excited to announce that we can now autotrade

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The Mixed Fate of Nuclear Power 30 Years After Chernobyl

Nuclear power plants remain a key provider of carbon-free energy, but face headwinds on safety and cost

The worst nuclear accident in history struck the Soviet city of Chernobyl 30 years ago, shocking the world.

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Oil Prices Fall After Producers Fail to Reach Deal at Doha

Hopes of a deal had helped oil prices rally in recent weeks

Oil prices opened sharply lower in early Asian trading hours on Monday after major oil producers ended their meeting in Doha, Qatar, over the weekend without reaching an agreement to cap production.

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