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  • Smoking Made Easy With Tobacco Pipes  By : Samil Sermet
    Tobacco pipes have been used to smoke tobacco with ease since a very long time. Tobacco pipes are available very easily everywhere and there are a lot of pipe manufacturing companies. The pipes made of these materials are cheap and affordable. Attractive, colour changing pipes are also available in various shops and online stores.
  • Internet of Things: More Than Protected Plumbing  By : JL Yastine
    Las Vegas just saved a ton of money and 300 million gallons of water by installing IoT monitoring devices in its water mains. And that’s just one system out of 150,000 in the U.S
  • A Eulogy for Democracy  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    In better days, America's capitalist democracy was the envy of the world. Now, however, it's dead ... and American voters are the ones who killed it.
  • The Real Threat to the Economy  By : Ted Baumann
    The real threat to the world’s economy is the pile of global private debt that’s unconnected to tangible goods and services. And sooner or later, everyone is going to recognize that this debt has no value because there’s nothing it can buy in the real world.
  • What Should You Consider When Buying A House In Anchorage?  By : Dan wolfs
    Many first time home buyers often get confused when it comes to buy a real estate in Anchorage, Alaska. They don't have any idea about what they exactly want and need in their home. Some think big, want to buy big homes with so many bedrooms, bathrooms and large kitchen areas.
  • Alaska Real Estate – What You Need to Know before Trying to Invest in It?  By : Dan Wolf
    May be you are looking to invest in the Alaska real estate market, but you will have to know a few important things before you try. Doing so will certainly help you make the right kind of investment decision.
  • The Crushing Brexit Wave From Europe  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    Throw a rock into a pond, and it takes time for the ripples to disrupt an ant pile built on the far shore. Brexit is no different.
  • When the Lights Go Out  By : Ted Baumann
    What happens when the lights go off? When the networks go down? It’s an urgent question in this age of connectivity, and it’s one that should be shaping your portfolio strategy.
  • The Most Hated Asset Class  By : JL Yastine
    Commodities have shown signs of life this year, but are still viewed as an underperforming asset class. And that perception is exactly why it’s worth looking at this sector right now.
  • Get Tobacco Pipe Online at Cheap Rate  By : Samil Sermet
    Pipes have been used since old-fashioned times. A smoking Pipe, often called essentially pipe, is a contraption especially made to smoke tobacco. Tobacco smoking is the most prepared known customary appearance of tobacco smoking. Pipe tobacco is an excess, and an incredible smoke is justified inside today's overall population. Our stockroom is overpowered with all the boss tins, pockets, mass, and Pipe tobacco samplers you could imagine nearby various novel blends without question.
  • Yellen's Plan to Destroy the World  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    Wall Street is throwing a rate-hike temper tantrum, and the Fed is ready to cave. But the Street isn’t the only brat in this currency playpen.
  • Has Real Estate Hit Its Peak?  By : JL Yastine
    With the Federal Reserve set to announce its latest interest-rate decision tomorrow afternoon, we're left staring down the possibility of a rate hike ... and what that could mean for real estate.
  • Warning: Hidden offshore Wealth Risks  By : Ted Baumann
    Little island governments aren't going to go to war over your U.S. taxes or wealth. The question is … which governments would?
  • Shelter From the Market Collapse  By : JL Yastine
    The global economy could use a couple of floating pontoons these days. That is why Total Wealth Symposium attendees came to Bermuda to get the latest information on asset-protection strategies.
  • On the Brink of a Market Crisis  By : JL Yastine
    It remains to be seen whether the Fed will actually follow through, but any effort to substantially hike interest rates would likely result in a debt or currency emerging-market crisis.
  • Asset Protection: Surviving the Worst-Case Scenario  By : Jocelynn Smith
    Even in Bermuda, investors are seeking asset protection while anxiously eyeing the U.S. election. There’s a sense that the world is standing on the edge of a precipice.
  • Decoding the Collapse  By : JL Yastine
    Confusion loves company. But that’s only if you don’t know the real score — the hidden narrative lurking in plain sight amid today’s financial news.
  • Killing Democracy: The Rise of Nation Inc.  By : Ted Baumann
    Democracy, sovereignty and a global economy are mutually incompatible. This “political trilemma” has led nations to start acting as corporations, putting your financial stability at risk.
  • New Money Hitting Wall Street  By : Chad Shoop
    Previously lumped in with financials, REITs will soon have their own sector on the S&P 500. And the added liquidity should open the floodgates for new cash to flow into real estate.
  • The Leading Edge of the Dollar Hurricane  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    U.S. exports are down nearly $64 billion so far this year, and yet the Fed is flirting with raising interest rates. Can you imagine the economic storm if the dollar gets any stronger?
  • Survivor's Guide to Another Clinton  By : Ted Baumann
    Hillary Clinton is going to be the next U.S. president. It gives me no joy to say that. What does that mean for you and your assets/investments? That’s the only thing that matters at this point
  • Worse Than the Great Recession?  By : Chad Shoop
    As another earnings season comes to an end, one thing immediately jumps out: Stock prices are out of whack from their core value — earnings. And the implications are dire.
  • Wall Street Is Destroying the Recovery  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    Despite the Fed’s blather, America’s chemistry is off. An ingredient necessary for a vibrant economy is missing. One look at the data will show you exactly what’s missing and why.
  • Professional Dog Training – The Best Way To Infuse Obedience Into Your Pet  By : happytailsofsj
    Professional pet training can take a lot of load from your shoulder while knowing that a true professional is offering your pet the guidance or training he require.
  • The Global Economy: Drunk on Debt  By : JL Yastine
    The European economy is supposed to be wracked by doubt and anxiety over Brexit, negative interest rates and terror attacks. So why are markets rising? Government spending, and lots of it.
  • $19.99/month 100% Commission Program for Real Estate Agents in Florida  By : 100 Agents
    Florida real estate agents who want to earn more commission can do this with one Florida real estate brokerage. When an agent joins Luxury Real Estate Group they pay just $19.99 per month and keep one hundred percent (100%) of their commissions and pay zero fees.
  • Prepare for Brain-Dead Corporate Tax Reform  By : Ted Baumann
    “Pass-through” companies — LLCs, partnerships, S corporations, etc. — comprise 95% of all U.S. businesses, and they’re about to be smacked with brain-dead corporate tax reform.
  • Basic Income Will Kill the Economy  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    In a world where machines can make perfect burgers, there’s no need for $15-an-hour burger flippers. But the solution, basic income, is more science fiction than fact.
  • The Market's Breaking Point  By : JL Yastine
    Price discovery. Never heard the term? Remember it, because it explains the logic defying melt-up the market is going through right now.
  • The DEA War on Your Wallet  By : Ted Baumann
    Under the guise of asset forfeiture, DEA agents routinely spy on our travel plans so they can steal our money … all in the name of the pointless “war on drugs.”

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