Axel Merk Makes Case for Gold With 80 Years of Data
Looking at 10-year, 30-plus year and 80-year time frames, Axel Merk finds that including gold always enhanced risk-adjusted portfolio returns.
8 Tax Evaders Who Should’ve Known Better
The lineup of tax dodgers includes a vice president, a U.S. treasurer and a federal judge.
12 Presidents’ Big State of the Union Ideas on Economy
From FDR to the second Bush, a look at what presidents had to say in their annual message to Congress.
The Anti-Reagan Enters His Second Term: News Analysis
President Barack Obama sought to have Reagan’s impact, but in the opposite direction, and today’s inaugural address signals just that.
8 Presidents, 1 Nominee and Tax Rates They Paid
The controversy over Mitt Romney’s limited disclosure of his tax history and the 14.1% tax rate he paid led AdvisorOne to compare his rate to eight presidents going back to 1970.
6 Strikes That Cost Companies Millions
The NFL’s lockout of its referees didn’t cost the league much money, but the companies involved in these six strikes weren’t so lucky.
Roubini: GOP’s Gold Standard Dream Would Cause Depression
It might be a relatively slow day for the markets, but the Twitterati—including Nouriel Roubini and PIMCO's Bill Gross—are abuzz.
Return to Gold Standard Gets Political Play
Newt Gingrich made news last month when he pledged to appoint gold bugs Lewis Lehrman and James Grant to a new commission that would explore the feasibility of returning the U.S. to the gold standard.
10 Signs of a Doomed Leader: FSI OneVoice 2012 Keynoter
Why do leaders fail? It was a key question posed by lecturer and bestselling author Dr. Stephen Mansfield during the opening keynote Monday afternoon at the FSI OneVoice Conference in Orlando.
Nixon and China, Obama and Retirement?
Nixon and China. Johnson and civil rights. Reagan and glasnost. There’s a long tradition of our nation’s leaders taking bold steps to change the national dialogue.