After a 12-year run, it looks like gold's wave has truly crested, and many bears are arguing that it's all downhill from here. A quick glance at a long-term gold price chart can certainly seem to confirm this impression.
Since the latter part of 2008, the yield on cash has been so low that sheltering it from taxes didn't seem to matter. But if—as we expect—high rates of price inflation are waiting in the not-too-distant future, then sheltering interest income will be
Why is the gold price dropping even though the dollar is losing value?
Inflation is one of the guiltiest parties in the erosion of our wealth. It's relatively common to hear folks complain about how everything is getting more expensive, but it's not the items themselves causing the price hikes - it's the diminishing pur
While Mr. Bernanke's policies have taken a toll on seniors and savers, his mere mention of the word "taper" last spring did us all a favor. It sent interest rates rising, bond and stock prices tumbling, and in the days that followed, the Fed went int
Over the weekend, the world changed.
As the writer of a prominent monthly newsletter, Dennis receives numerous questions from subscribers. Some questions come in more often than others and many revolve around individual stocks and how much should be bought.
Can you name a commodity that's currently in a supply deficit—in other words, production and scrap material can't keep up with demand? How about two?
Fifty-eight percent of workers have not even tried to calculate how much they need for retirement, let alone put a plan in place. To stay in the game, you have to get in the game. As a reader of articles like this, you are already past that hurdle.
Most people aren't active enough in their own retirement planning. Those who invest heavily in their 401(k)s often find themselves coming up short when it comes to retirement.
People often question why it's necessary to have two paychecks to make ends meet nowadays. Back in the 1950s one paycheck was more than enough to support a household. If you fast forward to today and take a critical look at our lifestyles, you'll see
The junior mining industry is hotter than it has been in years. Stocks are trading at HUGE discounts for companies that are otherwise going strong. In this interview with Louis James, senior editor at Casey International Speculator, Dennis dives into
An interview with Dennis Miller of Miller's Money Forever, by Jeff Clark
Our country is suffering from a disease that's slowly eating away the pensions and government programs that we rely on for our retirement savings. While politicians and business leaders agree there is a problem, very few are willing to even admit tha
Many people rely on government-funded programs like Social Security and Medicare to partially fund their retirements. Others have pensions that make up the majority of their portfolios.
Does the little guy ever really stand a chance in the market? Well… did David take down Goliath?
We all share a common goal: to grow our nest eggs and make sure they last over the long haul. Our generation was taught to live off the interest and never touch the principal, but interest rates for CDs and Treasuries no longer allow for that. Frankl
Why a real government shutdown would be the best thing that could happen to Americans
Many folks find their "magic retirement number" when they are young and fully believe that if they hit that number, they will live the retirement of their dreams. What they don't realize is the number of assumptions that have gone into calculating th
I wish I never had to write this article, but I cannot put it off any longer. There are life-threatening secrets you need to know today.
It is no longer safe to assume that a retirement goal is reached if it is done largely through pensions, Social Security and savings. Former Comptroller General of the United States, David Walker, recently spoke with us on what he perceives to be the
When it comes to just about any sport, you don’t blindly use a strategy without considering your opponent’s next move, his strengths, and his weaknesses. To win, you have to adapt.
Nick Giambruno speaks with the always-insightful Dennis Miller about the critical importance of internationalizing your retirement savings.
From a ball bouncing up off the floor to an earthquake triggering a tsunami, Newton's third law of motion tells us a lot about how the world works. Most of us can recite the abridged version of the law by heart: Every action has an equal and opposite
The gold industry will see a significant reduction in mineable reserves—what does that mean for investors?
When my father-in-law died, my wife and I took over the responsibility of looking after her mother, who I affectionately called "grandma." We quickly connected with a very nice lady who was a broker at one of the top brokerage firms in the country.
Recent praise of Obama's new choice for Federal Reserve Chairman, Janet Yellen, may be misplaced.
Vladimir Putin is on a roll. Ever since the Russian president-turned-prime-minister-turned-president got into office 13 years ago, he's been deftly maneuvering Russia back into the ranks of global heavyweights. These days, he's averting cruise missil
Goldman Sachs is once again predicting that gold will fall, setting a new near-term target of $1,050.
Since the 2008 market crash and real estate bust American households have been deleveraging to clear off burdensome household debts. But many still have a hard time saving for retirement or even just making their income meet their day to day expenses