THIS ISSUE’S FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS
Matt McCall is a staunch advocate of not just telling people what to invest in... but educating people so they understand exactly how these investments work for them. He’s the editor of Matt McCall’s Investment Opportunities , Early Stage Investor , and the author of two books on investing: The Swing Trader’s Bible: Strategies to Profit from Market Volatility and The Next Great Bull Market: How to Pick Winning Stocks and Sectors in the New Global Economy (a top-selling investment book formore than two years). Dr. Steve Sjuggerud is the editor of True Wealth , an investment advisory which specializes in safe, unique alternative investments overlooked byWall Street, and based on the simple idea that you don’t have to take big risks to make big returns. He alerts readers to some of the biggest opportunities in the market every weekday at http://www.dailywealth.com/.
Bill Bonner is the underground news
mogul and founder of The Agora publishing company. He’s written the NewYork Times bestselling book Empire of Debt and most recently published Hormegeddon:
HowToo Much Of A Good Thing Leads To Disaster . He is one of the great writers and minds in America today and also publishes a free daily letter, Bill Bonner’s Diary , which you can sign up for here: https:// bonnerandpartners.com/.
Dr. David Eifrig worked in arbitrage and trading groups with major Wall
Street investment banks, including Goldman Sachs,
Chase Manhattan, and Yamaichi in Japan. In 1995, Dr. Eifrig retired
fromWall Street, went to UNC-Chapel Hill medical school, and became an ophthalmologist. Today, he publishes a free daily letter on health and wealth that shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle. If you’re interested in more ideas like this essay, you can sign up by clicking here.
Economic growth in the formerly depressed, blue- collar areas has started to match that of the ‘urban elites.’ Dr. David Eifrig
110 June 2018www.americanconsequences.com
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