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Think Like a Business Owner, Not Like a Trader

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing an essay from my colleague and editor of Extreme Value Dan Ferris. In it, Dan explains one of the simplest tips to getting rich in stocks… patience. If you’re like most investors, you probably worry too much about short-term share-price movements. To make several times your money in the stock market, you must learn to find great businesses… buy them at cheap prices… and above all, hold on to them long enough. Multibaggers take time. If you can’t…

Invest in Cutting-Edge Tech for Your Health and Wealth

We’re excited around here… Last Wednesday, I sat down with Stansberry Venture Technologyeditor Dave Lashmet to discuss some new developments in cancer research. Over the past decade, we’ve seen improved survival rates for cancers – including ones that once brought a swift death sentence. Traditionally, doctors treat cancer with one or more of the “big three” therapies: radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery. For example, a patient might have a tumor removed surgically, then receive radiation therapy to destroy any remaining…

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Don’t Miss Our Big Reveal Tonight

Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the U.S. I’d bet most everyone reading this has known someone who died of cancer. Despite the staggering death rate, and the millions of dollars spent on cancer research, we haven’t made a lot of strides in stopping cancer deaths. The death rates for cancers like breast, prostate, colorectal, liver, and pancreatic haven’t changed significantly since the 1930s. By comparison, stroke and heart-disease death rates fell 74% and 64%, respectively, between 1950 and 2006. And…

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How to Prepare Your Spouse for the Worst-Case Scenario

Doc’s note: Today, I’m sharing another one of our most popular essays from 2017. No one likes to think about the death of a loved one, but you need to be prepared for the worst if your spouse dies. Here’s how… We talk a lot about preparation here at Retirement Millionaire Daily… Important topics like how to keep from getting an infection in a hospital… where to sit on an airplane… how to survive a disaster… what questions to ask your doctor…

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We’re Taking on Cancer

I’d wager that nearly everyone reading this letter has at some point watched a spouse, family member, or a close friend struggle with cancer. Despite all the money and effort we’ve spent to battle cancer over the years (the U.S. government spends about $5 billion annually on cancer research), we’ve made little progress in overcoming cancer’s lethal power. The death rates for certain breast, prostate, colorectal, liver, and pancreatic cancers haven’t changed significantly since the 1930s. But next week, my colleague Dave Lashmet…

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Three Words No One Wants to Hear

I wrote last week that the scariest thing you’ll ever hear is, “You have cancer.” Possibly the second worst is… “The cancer’s back.” After you’ve undergone treatment for cancer and it’s gone, you’ll be in remission… meaning there’s no sign of cancer. But that doesn’t always mean your cancer is gone for good… Cancer recurrence means that the same cancer has come back. It’s not always at the original site – it can also appear in other parts of the body. So if…

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Seven Essential Items for Summer Travels

Late summer means a lot of travel. Whether it’s trips to the beach or a vacation before the kids or grandkids go back to school, plenty of folks are getting ready for a trip. What’s more, according to a poll from CBS, more folks prefer to travel in September. If you aren’t traveling with children, that’s a great time to travel thanks to smaller crowds and cooler temperatures. I travel a lot. And over the years, I’ve picked up on some tricks…