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Over the course of his career, Dennis Miller has consulted with many Fortune 500 companies, training hundreds of executives to effectively communicate the value of their company's products to their customers. Among his many multinational clients are: GE, Mobil, Shell, Schlumberger, HP, IBM, ... more


Investors Beware Of Central Bank Deception
Central Bankers write with tea leaves, hints, and vague wording. Unfortunately, investors put way too much faith in their often-deceptive remarks. This can have a major impact on financial markets.
It’s Time To Fess Up!
Gold is a safe-haven asset. It rises when people see rising risk (economic, political, or even on the personal safety risk). But the gold price is also seen as an indicator.
Will Someone Please Tell The Truth?
You can work your tail off, live below your means, save like a miser, invest like the experts, build a great retirement nest egg – and still end up with virtually nothing.
Does Government Debt Really Matter?
The numbers on the US Debt Clock are spinning at a dazzling pace. US government debt is now over $21 trillion, $174 thousand per taxpayer. Add another $3 trillion for debts of state and local government on the stack.
How To Use Foreign Currency To Combat Inflation
Some pundits believe that having money in several countries is the ultimate diversification – out of reach of the US government.
It’s Time For A Global Perspective
The federal reserve is raising interest rates and unloading trillions in their US debt holdings. Countries that normally buy our bonds are slowing down their purchases or reducing their holdings.


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Retirement Reboot
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Just a few years ago, investing for retirement wasn't all that difficult. You could buy some blue chip stocks or good mutual funds, a few Treasury bonds and CDs, hold them for years, and be confident that your money would be safe and continually grow. Those days are gone, and they're not likely to return any time soon. Today, the return on Treasury bonds doesn't even keep up with inflation. CDs are even worse. And the stock market volatility we face today requires deep research and constant vigilance to avoid losing your shirt.
Money Forever
Dennis Miller
Having Money Forever means being able to afford the fun and exciting things you want to do without being concerned about outliving your money.