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How to Profit From These Massive, Brexit-Induced Trends

Weekend Edition: How to Profit From These Massive, Brexit-Induced Trends

By Justin Spittler

Editor's note: Yesterday, Casey Research founder Doug Casey shared his thoughts on the Brexit.

Today, in part two, he lays out the major trends the Brexit will accelerate…and explains how you can set yourself up to profit from them…

This has the makings of a classic speculative opportunity—one where politically caused distortions are liquidated and prices readjust. But a word of caution. It’s going to take place within the context of the Greater Depression. And, as Richard Russell, who lived through the last depression, observed: In a depression, nobody wins. The winner is just the person who loses the least.

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EDF's Hinkley Point C nuclear power station faces £18bn decision day

Energy giant to hold board meeting on Thursday at which it is expected to approve the much-delayed decision on the £18bn project

Energy giant EDF will make its long-awaited final investment decision on the planned nuclear power station at Hinkley Point, ending doubts over the £18bn project.

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Small modular reactors are nuclear energy’s future

Scaled-down plants offer price gains over conventional sites

As delays mount at large new nuclear power projects around the world, more attention is turning to smaller alternatives, which industry experts hope may help provide the next generation of electricity.

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The Serious Warning No One’s Talking About

The Serious Warning No One’s Talking About

By Justin Spittler

On Tuesday, a huge event happened in the investing world.

But if you’re like most Americans, you probably haven’t even heard about it.

The mainstream media didn’t discuss this event much. It was too busy pointing out that the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average have hit new all-time highs.

Meanwhile, something much bigger was happening on the other side of the world.

Today, we’ll tell you what this event was…and why it means big trouble is likely on the way for investors.

• Earlier this week, the Japanese yen plummeted…

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How to Escape the World’s Biggest Ponzi Scheme

How to Escape the World’s Biggest Ponzi Scheme

By Justin Spittler

It’s the top story in the investment world right now…

As we showed you yesterday, the S&P 500 just hit a new all-time high, topping 2,130 for the first time since May 2015.

But it's not just stocks that are ripping higher.

Bonds have quietly broken out to new all-time highs as well.

Remember, a bond's price rises when its yield falls. On Friday, the yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury hit an all-time low of 1.37%. Yields on British (0.7%), German (-0.2%), and Japanese (-1.1%) 10-year bonds have also hit record lows over the past week.

With rates this low, bondholders are barely earning any interest income. In Europe and Japan, investors are actually paying to lend the government money. That’s because negative interest rates have taken over these economies.

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The Big Picture Hasn’t Changed: Don’t Get Sucked Back Into the Stock Market

The Big Picture Hasn’t Changed: Don’t Get Sucked Back Into the Stock Market

By Justin Spittler

Stocks are on a tear right now…

Today, the S&P 500 hit a new all-time high. It topped 2,130 for the first time since May 2015. The benchmark index is now up 6.9% over the past two weeks.

All good, right?

It might seem that way…if we were only analyzing U.S. stocks.

The thing is, in nearly every other market, stocks are still headed lower:

  • The Japanese Nikkei 225 is down 15% this year. It's down 28% since last June.

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Uranium Mining in the United States

The US may be ninth in world production of uranium, but many US-based companies are conducting exploration of uranium deposits. Here's an overview of uranium mining in the US.

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Without nuke power, climate change threat grows

Environmentalists are undermining their own goals by shutting down zero carbon energy plants.

The announcement last month that California’s largest utility, Pacific Gas and Electric company, plans to close the state’s last nuclear power station sent shock waves through America’s electric utility industry and should send a chilling message to anyone worried about the warming of the planet due to greenhouse gas emissions.

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Bill Gates And Other Billionaires Backing A Nuclear Renaissance

Bill Gates

Let’s for a second imagine a world without nuclear energy. That’s a tough one but let’s try. No nuclear bombs, of course, no Chernobyl and Fukushima, no worries about Iran and North Korea. A wonderful world, maybe?

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Nuclear Power, to Tide Us Over

To the Editor:

Re “Good News From Diablo Canyon” (editorial, June 27):

You seem to believe that intermittent wind and solar can power America more cleanly than nuclear power. This is not the case. Wind and solar arrays cover vast amounts of territory, often destroying pristine wilderness areas that were home to many animal and plant species. The energy provided to the grid is weak and intermittent.

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