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Billionaire Investor John Paulson Loves Gold-Here's Why:

For those of you who have not heard of investor and hedge fund manager John Paulson, he is a man that forecast the sub-prime mortgage crises and made large, bearish bets on the housing market. Paulson was right. The U.S. housing market went into a tail spin as property values collapsed and mortgage defaults became rampant. The haul on the trade was so large that Mr. Paulson is believed to have made a cool three or four billion for himself-which is believed to be the... Continue Reading

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Are Stocks Getting Ready To Sell-off?

We have been discussing the five year old rally in stocks for a while now, and the rally is beginning to look a little tired. Markets have seen a bit more volatility in recent weeks due to several issues, and that increase in volatility could potentially indicate that we are nearing a top. Although no one can see the future, one cannot argue the fact that stocks have gone higher without looking back for years now, and that the current state of euphoria likely won’t... Continue Reading

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Billionaires Dumping Stocks- What Does It Mean For Your Portfolio?

Let’s face it. Markets are driven not by the small retail investor, but rather by the big fish-the large banks, financial institutions and people or groups with enough capital to make a dent. These larger market players often attempt to hide or mask their intentions, as retail investors will often try to catch a ride on their coattails. That being said, there have been some interesting developments as of late. Several big market players, guys with names like Warren Buffet and Berkshire Hathaway, John Paulson... Continue Reading

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