Best of Dennis – Will The Stock Market Protect You Against Inflation?

Best of Dennis… Dennis is still tending to his health and hopes to be back writing very soon. Here’s another article I felt was relevant and worthy of a re-read. This article was originally posted on May 16, 2019. Will The Stock Market Protect You Against Inflation? How do baby boomers protect their life savings from the ravages of inflation? […]

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Best of Dennis – Does Market Rigging in the Metals Signal a Buying Opportunity?

Best of Dennis… Dennis is still tending to his health and hopes to be back writing very soon. When looking at past articles and deciding which one to repost for this week, I came across this one. Almost 5 years later and it could pass as a brand new article. I encourage you to read it again. This article was originally posted on January […]

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Best of Dennis – An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security

Best of Dennis… Dennis is tending to his health and hopes to be back writing very soon. The following article is the most viewed article on the Miller On The Money website and is very interesting to read again 3 years later. This article appeared on February 22, 2018. An Inconvenient Truth About Social Security Did I achieve a journalistic […]

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Social Security – The Government’s Shell Game!

The Senior Citizens League reports, “Social Security COLA (Cost of living adjustment) For Next Year Could Be 6.2%.” Mary Johnson, a Social Security policy analyst tells us: “With one third of the data needed to calculate the COLA already in, it increasingly appears that the COLA for 2022 will be the highest paid since 1983 when it was 7.4%.” This […]

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The Jig Is Up!

“Today Congress is constantly besieged by minority groups seeking benefits from the public treasury. Often these groups control enough votes in many Congressional districts to change the outcome of elections. And so, Congressmen find it difficult to persuade themselves not to give in to pressure groups. With no bad immediate consequence, it becomes expedient to accede to a spending demand. […]

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