Equedia Select Portfolio Performance: Desperate Times, Desperate Measures?

In this week’s issue of the Equedia Weekly Letter, Ivan Lo goes over what to expect in 2013, why 2012 was a success for our portfolio, and reviews the companies in the Equedia Select Portfolio.

The Dramatic Drop and Quantitative Easing 4

This week, Ivan Lo talks about QE4, why inflation hasn’t hit us the way it should have, the effects of money velocity, and gives an update on new coverage from RBC Capital Markets and Dundee Securities for Timmins Gold.

Beware the Number 13: Why the Markets are Rallying

After five straight days of negative gains the market finally popped back. The euro dropped to the lowest weekly level against the dollar in more than two years. Yet, European stocks climbed for a sixth straight week – the longest winning streak in more than two years. So why the heck are the markets rallying?

A Shocking 2011 Cover-Up: How Much Treasuries is the Fed Buying?

A way to protect your wealth with gold and silver, a bold call on the S&P, and how much treasuries is the fed buying?

The Market Surprises: The Biggest Holders of US Debt

The Market Surprises: Market predictions continue to true, what to expect in the near term, the biggest holders of US debt, and a look at gold and silver.

Beating the System

A look at why gold will continue to rise, the overall economic health of the world, and beating the system.

Beyond Comprehension

We’re finally back after a very short holiday. Surprisingly, we couldn’t be happier. This week, we’re going to talk about what you need to watch out for in the coming months and also give you an idea of what a trillion dollars really looks like…you won’t believe it until you see it. So read on…

The Market Crushers: Silver Juniors

Over the past year, we have introduced three different silver juniors – each one making substantial gains this year.
Each company has single-handedly beat both the stock market and the gains made by both gold and silver. Here`s a quick review.

The Cold Hard Truth

We’re heading into the doldrums. Volume in the markets is extremely light and the world is taking an early vacation. Next week, we’re heading into double holidays, with both the 4th of July and Canada Day*. Luckily for all of us still in the markets, the less people are watching the economic numbers, the better.

That’s because the numbers still aren’t good. Despite…