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You Asked for the Real Story on Bitcoin

“Why can’t you guys just agree?” It’s one of the most common questions I’ve been getting recently. Folks don’t understand why all of the analysts here at Stansberry Research can’t agree on a specific topic… Whether it’s the price of oil… the direction of the market… or what the latest Federal Reserve decision really means for your portfolio, I often find myself on opposite sides of some of the other editors and analysts here, including Porter Stansberry and Steve Sjuggerud. Our investment philosophies…

How to Be Dramatically More Productive, Successful, and Wealthy

Doc’s note: Steve Sjuggerud is multi-talented guy… He was a great tennis player, a state-champion rower, and a fantastic soccer player, too. He’s also a world-class guitar player and one of the world’s most accomplished “watermen” (he surfs, windsurfs, kitesurfs, and competes in stand-up paddle surfing). There never seems to be enough time in the day, but Steve still gets a lot done. Today, I’m sharing the major secret to Steve’s success in life – the “Sjuggerud Advantage.” Read on to…

Building Wealth

Stick It to the Taxman and Avoid the ‘Death Tax’

Yesterday, President Trump was outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania vowing to end the America’s so-called “death tax.” The “death tax” is a common name for the estate tax. The IRS claims that it’s “a tax on your right to transfer property at your death.” That’s right… after decades of paying taxes, the IRS can take even more after you die, taking that money away from your spouse and heirs. When you die, the federal government taxes a portion of your estate. The tax…

Spending Wisely

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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Should I ‘Stick to Finance’?

This week, a reader wrote in suggesting we should “stick to finance” because there are plenty of other health newsletters on the market. He’s right, there are other health letters out there. I would know… I read a lot of them. And you’ll notice that many of those letters are pushing pills… They might write an article about a real problem. But they’ll also try to sell you on a “solution in a bottle.” Want to beat ED? Take this pill. Want to…

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Living Well

Does Your Pee Burn?

If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection (UTI), you’re familiar with the itching, burning sensations, and pain when using the bathroom. It can be excruciating. And it’s a pain 10 in 25 women will experience in their lives. Lots of folks think this is just a women’s issue. But here’s the thing… Men also get UTIs. In fact, three in 25 men will get a UTI in their lifetime. Your urinary tract is actually comprised of your kidneys, bladder, and three tubes:…

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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…