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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.

‘We’ve Never Seen Better Drug Results Against Solid Tumors’

Doc’s note: Cancer is a terrifying diagnosis. But it’s no longer a death sentence.

New treatment options arrive each year and we’re making better progress than ever. Developments like immunotherapy show a lot of promise for the future.

Stop Letting Stress Ruin Your Financial Future

These days, you can see humpback whales in the waters around New York City.

That didn’t used to be the case. The whales had left New York Bay hundreds of years ago. Recently, they’ve ventured back. In 2011, there were five reported whale sightings.

Use the ‘Warren Buffett Approach’ to Safely Grow Your Wealth

Doc’s note: Investing doesn’t need to be hard work. In fact, one of the best things you can do is… nothing.

One of the most consistent, safest ways of growing your wealth is finding shareholder-friendly businesses with solid balance sheets and holding them for a long time.

Today, we’re sharing an essay from Brett Aitken, an analyst forStansberry’s Investment Advisory – Porter’s flagship newsletter. It’s all about the easiest way to grow your wealth. Even billionaire investor Warren Buffett uses this strategy. And once you start on this simple path, you’ll be surprised at how your wealth grows steadily and safely.

Keeping it simple.

That’s how investing legend Warren Buffett became one of the world’s richest men.

Buffett built his fortune by buying businesses that are easy to understand.

Today, his stock portfolio contains some of the best businesses in the world… Meanwhile, he famously avoided Internet stocks during the 1990s dot-com bubble because he didn’t understand them.

As an investor, you might be afraid of missing out or eager to jump on the latest fad stock. But keeping it simple is how Buffett made his fortune. Today, we’ll show you how Buffett made money by investing in the world’s best companies… and how you can do the same…

The companies Buffett buys have iconic brands… sell their products around the globe… and dominate their industries. They’ve been around for decades… and won’t be going away anytime soon.

They have high operating margins and strong balance sheets… generate massive returns for shareholders… continue to grow… and likely won’t change much in the coming years.

They’re safe… and simple.

These basic principles form the foundation of Buffett’s investing philosophy. After all, he once said, “I try to invest in businesses that are so wonderful that an idiot can run them. Because sooner or later, one will.”

Take Coca-Cola (KO), for example…

Forbes magazine ranks Coca-Cola as the fifth-most-valuable brand on the planet… behind Apple (AAPL), Alphabet (GOOGL), Microsoft (MSFT), and Facebook (FB).

Coca-Cola started selling soft drinks in 1886. It still sells soft drinks today. And if we were betting men, we’d wager that it will still be selling soft drinks a century from now.

Did You Get Your Free $79?

I tried to help you make a free $79 last month…

I opened the books on my Retirement Trader service… offered a “crash course” in options trading… and then published a free trade that anyone could make – no matter how hesitant you were about options.

Don’t Let These Three Reasons Stop You From Buying Bitcoin

Doc’s note: Bitcoin is one of the biggest investment stories right now. But there are a lot of misconceptions about this cryptocurrency.

That’s why I’m sharing this essay from bitcoin expert and editor of Crypto Capital, Tama Churchouse, where he answers three common questions about the risks of buying bitcoin.

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…

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 ‘Retail Apocalypse’ Isn’t as Bad as You Think

Reisterstown Road Plaza was “the mall that would never die”…

At one time, it was Maryland’s largest shopping center. Management was quick to replace vacancies, shift anchor stores, and even renovate whole wings. And for decades, it was a shopping destination on the northwest side of Baltimore. The plaza rode out store closures, economic recessions, and even a fire that destroyed one of its anchor retailers.

Three Clues for Finding Companies That Jump off the Page

Doc’s note: Finding a company to invest in is a daunting task. There are more than 3,000 companies listed on major public exchanges in the U.S. alone.

Today, I’m sharing an essay from my colleague Dan Ferris (originally published in March). In it, Dan explains three clues to look for to help you find stocks worth investing in…