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  • Blog

    2019: The Beginning Of The End (Free Premium Report)

    What will happen next & what to do now
    by Adam Taggart

    Thursday, January 17, 2019, 9:07 AM

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    Now that it is 2019, we’re going to start the new year here at Peak Prosperity by responding to our community and making our most recent report for our premium subscribers free to everyone.

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 6/6 – Health Insurance Companies Put In For 2019 Rate Hikes, Consumer Debt Outlook

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, June 6, 2018, 12:23 PM

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    • Health insurance companies put in requests for rate hikes for 2019 (New York)
    • Homeless services face cuts as Monterey County deals faces $36.5m gap
    • A Template for Fixing America’s Public Pensions
    • Pool of sub-zero euro debt yields shrinks further in May after Italy selloff
    • Consumer Debt Outlook – May 2018 (Lendingtree)
    • Argentina inflation rising, growth outlook lower -analysts
    • ECB cut back buying of Italian bonds in May, drawing Rome’s ire
    • How legalized pot is affecting employee drug tests
    • More than half of US housing markets were overvalued in April
    • Miles Franklin: Is Japan Going To Walk Away From The U.S. Debt Auction Too?
    • German Healthcare Deficit 300% Greater than Expected Due to Refugees
    • California Water Law Could Prevent Showering, Doing Laundry on Same Day

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  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 2/24 – 1 In 5 Americans Have More CC Debt Than Savings, California’s Recurring Nightmare

    by DailyDigest

    Saturday, February 24, 2018, 6:16 PM

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    • 1 in 5 Americans have more credit-card debt than savings
    • Silver: 2018 and Beyond
    • Four Ex-Deutsche Bank Traders Evade U.K. Euribor Case
    • Me, rich? Here’s what Palo Altans think about themselves
    • Venezuela's New Cryptocurrency: Just Another Form of Control Fraud
    • What's Actually Behind Cape Town's Water Crisis
    • California’s Recurring Nightmare: Nearly Half the State is Back in Drought
    • If Climage Change Wrecks Your City, Can It Sue Exxon?

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  • Insider
    TreasuryDirect

    A Primer On How To Use TreasuryDirect

    A step-by-step walkthrough
    by Adam Taggart

    Saturday, November 4, 2017, 1:35 AM

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    Executive Summary

    • Create a TreasuryDirect account
    • Funding and transacting in your account
    • Laddering your transactions
    • Advice for your first transaction

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Earn More On Your Cash Savings (With Less Risk) available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    If you have cash savings in excess of $10,000 stored at a bank, it makes good sense in today's low-interest rate environment to consider opening a TreasuryDirect account in order to obtain a much higher return for equivalent better risk, as detailed in Part 1.

    I, myself, have done this with my own personal cash savings. And I currently remain actively invested in T-Bills through TreasuryDirect. So I have first-hand experience from which to judge the program.

    Here in Part 2, I'll walk you through the straightforward steps for creating a TreasuryDirect account (which is free), funding it, and then making transactions within it. 

    Before I do though, let me make a few things absolutely clear. This is NOT personal financial advice. The investment choices I make are based on my own unique situation, financial goals and risk tolerance. And I may change these choices at any moment given new market developments. What's appropriate for me may not be for you, so DO NOT blindly duplicate what I share of my own personal investing plans in my writings on this website.

    As always, we recommend working with a professional financial adviser to build an investment plan customized to your own needs and objectives. (If you do not have a financial advisor or do not feel comfortable with your current advisor's expertise in the market risks we discuss here at PeakProsperity.com, consider scheduling a free consultation with our endorsed advisor)

    Suffice it to say, any investment ideas sparked by this report should be reviewed with your financial advisor before taking any action. Am I being excessively repetitive here in order to drive this point home? Good.

    With that clarification, here's what you need to get started…

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