Good investment newsletter?

By rl on Tue, Sep 27, 2016 - 11:33am

Hello all,

Yes, at Peak Prosperity, there is an emphasis
on gold and real assets. Even I wonder if there
will be a functioning stock market.

However, Chris has also been in, and watching, the financial markets.
A number of months ago Chris wrote that he was short the stock market.

So, given that you still have assets in the stock markets,
what is a good investment newsletter to read?

Mainly I'm looking for one that is accurate as to
which way the wind is blowing. That is, can predict what
will happen in the markets and economy. Also, investment
strategies in the short, medium, and long term.
Including gold of course.

Robert Kiyosaki, in 2002, predicted a market crash in 2016 as
the baby boomers remove their money from the stock market.

Bert Dohmen predicted the crash of 2007-8 in Prelude to Meltdown.
I've subscribed to his Wellinton Letter before. I found it
talked a lot about the markets and economy, but there was not much
in terms of actionable items. His trading newsletters do give
actionable items, but you have to be watching, and doing trades
all week. Too much time for me.

There are so many to chose from.
A list that I've found online follow.

Does anyone have any experience and/or recommendations?

Thanks a lot!

Recommended by Ron Paul at 23:00


Solari Report
Katherine Austin Fitts


Dohmen Research


Marc Faber: Gloom, Boom & Doom Report



Kirby Analytics


Martin Armstrong



10 investment newsletters to read besides Buffett’s


There are even newsletters, reviewing newsletters:

Hulbert Financial Digest


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Thanks from a newbie!

Your list is a good place to start for someone like me who is new to the world of investing. I'm looking forward to other reponses as well. Thanks!

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Jim Rickards newsletters

I've since found out that Jim Rickards publishes
a few newsletters at Agora Financial

Jim Rickards’s Strategic Intelligence is only $99. per year.

Jim also has more expensive newsletters at $3000. per year.

Jim Rickards’s Intelligence Triggers

If you don't have a lot of money, say $100k or less,
$3k is a lot to pay for a year's subscription.

Just to make the publication pay for itself, you have to earn $3k.
That's a 3% load.

Does anyone have any good recommendations?

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