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This Beaten-Down Commodity Could Triple From Here

“It’s probably the most volatile and cyclical of any market I know… which is why it’s among my favorites.”

I Need to Tell You the Strangest Thing Doug Casey and I Learned in Ukraine

This is not fiction… It’s not a conspiracy theory… It’s a plausible explanation for a mysterious event that actually happened.

Tokyo Won’t Go to War… This Time

This is why the Japanese thought not attacking Pearl Harbor was suicidal…

Nick Giambruno’s #1 Investment for 2017

This is not fiction… It’s not a conspiracy theory… It’s a plausible explanation for a mysterious event that actually happened.

Doug Casey Shows You How to Profit from the Latest Central Bank Gimmick

The coming stock market crash is going to be much worse, much longer, and very different than what we’ve seen in the past.

Expect the War on Cash to Accelerate as Negative Interest Rates Come to the U.S.

These radical and insane measures are a sign of desperation.

How to Obtain Residency in Asian Countries (Part 1)

Many native speakers of English are considering a fulfilling career as language educators in Asia. This is not surprising at all, given the high demand for ESL/EFL (English as a Second Language/English as a Foreign Language) teachers in the thriving economies of the region and the reeling job market at home. In fact, quite a number of people from the US, UK, Australia, and other English-speaking countries have already made the decision to leave their home nations and seek more satisfying careers elsewhere in Asia.

Not Just Gin and Tonics: Why Being An Expat Wife Is Harder Than You Think

While the name “International Man” may be gender specific, the stories and suggestions we offer are certainly not intended to be. There are a number of readers that fit in the “International Woman” column and today’s featured article is just for them. In the piece, expat writer Erica Knecht speaks to us on a very personal level about finding these new roles through her experiences living overseas as an “expat wife”. A Canadian now living in Japan, she has also lived in China and India, following her husband as he moved around from job to job – through the good, the bad, the highs and the lows.

The Land of the Rising… Investment Opportunities?

Mike Rogers, an American-born and raised entrepreneur who has lived and worked in Japan for nearly 30 years, shares his thoughts on the recent earthquake, its consequences on the Japanese economy and answers the question: “What do the Japanese REALLY think about Americans?”