In an interview with Louis James, Doug Casey expounds on the hazards of making a career of an element of one's identity, in a remembrance of an Indian libertarian friend.
A key country's activity in the gold market is shaking things up in a big way.
Why it's an excellent idea to live as if karma were real.
In this interview by Louis James, Doug Casey makes a strong case that the United States has become a police state.
An illuminating comparison of Chinese and American gold-buying habits... and government views on doing so.
Volatility continues to be the trend for precious-metals prices and stocks. How should investors handle their gold stocks through the next few months?
Obama is poised to push a carbon tax through... with the surprising support of a major US energy company.
Alternatives to traditional lending models are expanding and generating profits for users – and in some cases, investors.
Will Microsoft's gambit à la Apple – that apps are where the profits are – pay off with Windows 8?
Is a new genetic modification procedure a savior for the technology or a new food hazard?
Fortune favors the bold... but not everyone is a bold enough investor to get in on the really spectacular investments.
Even the most promising tech advances must follow basic economic laws.
How much energy-sector power can Russian President Vladimir Putin attain?
In this interview by Louis James, the inimitable Doug Casey offers five good reasons not to malinvest your time in voting.
Why customer relationship management is getting a lot of attention, and how much may be at stake for investors
Growing unrest in the Middle East likely signals good news for shrewd energy investors.
A Casey Research metals analyst makes a case for a serious short-term surge in the price of gold.
Absent the state's involvement in the workings of the marketplace, an investor's central task would be to evaluate companies for their ability to efficiently produce and market what customers want.
In early July, Japan set a premium price for solar energy that was three times the rate of conventional power.
Oil and gas reserves around the world are growing scarcer by the minute, and people are looking to their governments for answers.
Right on the heels of the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, the recent Casey Research Summit in Carlsbad, California—cosponsored by SprottGlobal—focused on a timely theme: "Navigating the Politicized Economy."
There is little that would rock the oil world more than a revolution in Saudi Arabia.
Genome sequencing has gone from a cost of $3 billion to $10,000 – within just nine years, says Alex Daley, Chief Technology Investment Strategist at Casey Research.
If you wanted to sum up the just-concluded Casey Research/Sprott Inc. Summit titled Navigating the Politicized Economy, you could say "The situation is hopeless but not serious."
“Legalized Plunder – Why we have all been had, fooled and deceived…. and the surprising reason we keep asking for more of the same bad medicine”
Examining the price relationships among the US dollar, the euro, and the gold reveals a vitally important pattern for investors.
In this interview by Louis James, legendary speculator Doug Casey offers both bad news and good news regarding the activities of the Fourth Estate, and tells us why he believes that 300 million Americans are starving for talk straight from the heart.
No one can say for sure when gold will start its big rise in the current bubble cycle, but there are signs to watch for.
Are you prepared to handle high inflation for a sustained period of time? (Publisher: Very Useful Charts)
Short-term as well as longer-term trends suggest that the gold price is going to move out of its recent correction soon.