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Why Pay High Credit Card Interest Rates with Low Rate Alternatives Out There?

Given the current economic environment, historical spending patterns and myriad other causes, millions of Americans are faced with mounting high interest rate credit card debt each month because the rate they’re paying on existing credit card accounts is at exorbitant rates of 20%-30%. While the most obvious alternative would be to pay down credit card […]

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The Gold-Dollar Correlation Explained and Why it Broke Down

Last week, I had posted on how the euphoric gold hype was really just a proxy for a weak dollar investment and there are more highly correlated and efficient means to exploit currency changes than buying an anachronistic, useless metal.  Additionally, there’s talk of a dollar crisis and what it portends for commodity prices.  When […]

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