Below are the web sites that we either like or visit frequently. Please note that we do not endorse or take responsibility for these sites, but we think you may find them handy.
- BearWatch – Keeping track of the bears in the market.
- Boom2Bust – Christopher E. Hill, the author of the blog, is an independent financial research analyst, writer, and blogger based in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. Hill specializes in the study of financial crises, and how an individual can protect and grow one?s wealth in such an environment.
- Bubblepedia – “It’s a crazy idea to buy a house in Australia at the current prices.”
- Financial Armageddon – blog site of the book titled Financial Armageddon
- Finance Trends Matter – Trends in investing, world culture and finance. “Follow the money”.
- Fundamental Analyst – A natural skeptic who believes it pays to question consensus opinion and look for opportunities that run contrary to the herd mentality.
- Consumer Indexes– Real-time consumer indicators based on Internet transactions.
- Economist’s View – A blog dedicated to economics
- Gloom, Boom, Doom – Marc Faber’s web site
- Nouriel Roubini’s Blog – Nouriel Roubini is one of the respected contrarians who has a very accurate forecast record
- Steve Keen’s Oz Debtwatch – “Analysing Australia?s 45 Year Obsession with Debt”
- Dollar Collapse – Distrust the dollar? Keep track of news on gold and silver here.
- Money and Markets – Money and Markets is a free daily investment newsletter from Martin D. Weiss and Weiss Research analysts offering the latest investing news and financial insights for the stock market, including tips and advice on investing in gold, energy and oil. Dr. Weiss is a leader in the fields of investing, interest rates, financial safety and economic forecasting.
- Q Wealth’s Offshore Banking and Asset Protection Center – how to achieve freedom, wealth, and privacy, and let your assets grow in a secure, under-the-radar international environment.
- Annuity.org – The most comprehensive online resource for annuities and structured settlements.