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They’re Catching on to Us

The world is catching on…

In 2011, I first warned readers of the dangers of triclosan – a chemical commonly found in antibacterial soaps. Studies showed that not only was triclosan useless, it causes developmental and reproduction problems. Triclosan also reduces muscular strength and cardiac function of heart tissue… increasing the risk of heart failure.

Preparing for the Oil Price Boom

On Wednesday night, we held a special presentation: “Oil $500: How to Make a Fortune From the Biggest Event in the Oil Business in 50 Years.”

Porter Stansberry sat down with our new analyst, Flavious Smith, recently the chief oil and gas officer and executive vice president at Forestar (FOR)… growing the value of his division from $30 million to $312 million in seven years.

A Most Extraordinary Wine Experience

Sometimes I get an e-mail I can’t wait to share…

And on Tuesday, I received one from subscriber J.P.D…

Try the Easiest Way to Limit Inevitable Losses… And Make Bigger Gains

No trading system in the world can guarantee 100% winners…

(If anyone promises you that they can, run!)

A Sweet Way to Lower Your AFib Risk

I love chocolate.

In fact, it’s one of my favorite health foods.

Throw Away the ‘Snake Oil’ Once and for All

It’s time to stop believing in cure-all health scams…

I read that fish oil supplements are a way to fix AFib? Any comment? – J.J.

‘Is My Cellphone Really Killing Me?’

Several readers have asked if I’m exaggerating the dangers of radiation…

I’m not. You should be worried.

‘I Got It Wrong in China’

“I got it wrong in China…”

During an emergency briefing Wednesday night, my good friend and colleague Steve Sjuggerud detailed his first trip to China in 1996.

Making the Most of Your Retirement Income

Over the past few days, I’ve heard from dozens of people writing in about their retirement situation and asking what to do with their IRAs.

Several people asked what I do with my own money.

Don’t Let the Airlines Rip You Off

There’s a lot to dislike about airlines.

You’ve probably seen the recent United Airlines controversies. They got a lot of attention – plastered all over the TV and newspaper headlines. But airlines mistreating folks isn’t anything surprising… even when it comes to their most loyal customers.