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The World MoneyShow Orlando

February 5-7, 2015, Orlando, FL
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center

 A Who’s Who of Top Money Experts from around the world will be converging at The World MoneyShow, Orlando with one goal in mind – helping you make better investing decisions in 2015. Over 100 speakers will offer unbiased advice for every asset class interest. Join us in the Exhibit Hall for exciting events, including book signings and spin the wheel for a chance to win $100,000.

Being Street Smart
Central Banks and Economic Reports Keep Bull Market Alive
At the age of 72 months, the U.S. bull market may be long in the tooth. Stocks may be significantly over-priced based on the CAPE-10 P/E ratio, and Warren Buffett’s favorite measurement, the ratio of market capitalization to GDP. Plunging oil prices, threatening deflation, and weak global economies may be worrying economists.

2015 Outlook for Investors
Expect more decoupling of our markets from other markets. The U.S. economy will continue to improve, while global economic growth will decelerate. In this environment, expect the U.S. stock market to continue to move up. It will be a bumpy road. Stocks to buy for the year ahead and where to find bargains abroad now.

Featured Articles Inside This Issue:

Top Stock Picks for 2015! Looking for a shopping list of new investment ideas for 2015? Each year, The Bull & Bear Financial Report turns to the nation’s most respected newsletter editors, money managers, analysts and mutual fund managers for their favorite investment ideas and money-making strategies for the coming 12 months. Their views and Top Stock Picks for 2015 are featured in The Bull & Bear’s Digest of Investment Newsletters.

Mining Stocks Will Have a Good Year. Kitco News Outlook 2015, series featured seasoned investment experts on where they think Mining Stocks, Gold, Silver, PGMs, U.S. dollar and the Global Economies are headed in 2015.

Entering Seasonal Sweet Spot for Small Cap Stocks? As we enter 2015, these are reasons to believe that small caps are poised to outperform the rest of the market for a while. We are also entering what has historically been the seasonal sweet spot for small stocks, says Sy Harding, Street Smart Report.

Resource Stocks! Analysts and money managers give their recommendations for Resource Stocks that may perform well in 2015: Arch Coal, Atna Resources, Avino Silver & Gold Mines, Barrick, B2Gold, Detour Gold, Eldorado Gold, Fairmont Resources, Franco-Nevada, Newmont Mining, Silver Wheaton, Torex Gold and more.

Looking to Invest $100,000? Three money managers reveal how they would invest the $100,000 and which investments to avoid. Looking to Invest $1,000?You might be surprised at what as little as $1,000 can do. Kiplinger Personal Finance editors suggest mutual funds, low priced stocks, even blue chips for roughly a grand that will provide gains in 2015.

Best and Worst Investment Ideas for 2015. Bankrate talks to investment experts that are bullish on international stocks, U.S. small-cap stocks, MLPs and liquid alternative strategies and bearish on Treasury bonds, gold and high-yield, fixed-income investments.

Stock Market Curmudgeon. Thomas Henning, resident Curmudgeon says the bilderboyz are in a panicked money printing orgy to deluge the inflated markets with fiat garbage to keep them from imploding, trying to prevent those markets from reflecting a century of economic plunder. His thoughts on the Razbucknic, Bonds, Gold and the Dow.

5 Biotech Stocks to Buy for 2015. The RBC team views the biotech sector as having very solid fundamentals, innovation that continues to grow, a host of companies with outstanding pipelines for a variety of treatments, mergers and acquisitions still at the forefront. RBC has 5 top stocks for investors to focus on as the best ideas for 2015.

5 Best Dividend Stocks for 2015. As you look to 2015, don’t overlook the need to have some of the best dividend stocks in your portfolio.

Henning: Musings of a Stock Market Curmudgeon
ORGY
We have a battle between the banker bilderboyz and the markets. Which side will win? The markets. If you don't think so, look at the crash in crude oil. This is the second to the last thing that the bilderboyz want. To fight the battle, the boyz are in a panicked money printing orgy to deluge the inflated markets with fiat garbage to keep them from imploding, trying to prevent those markets from reflecting a century of economic plunder. Put another way, the boyz print the money to buy bonds, stocks and to pound down precious metals...


Bull & Bear Featured Company:
DTS8 Coffee – Shanghai’s Gourmet Coffee
Roaster of Choice for Good “Cuppa” Coffee

DTS8 Coffee Company Ltd is a purveyor of fresh, artisan roasted, gourmet coffee. DTS8 imports, roasts, markets and sells superior quality Arabica coffee in Shanghai and other parts of China. DTS8, a gourmet coffee roaster, is strategically positioned to participate in the growing Chinese coffee market, considered as one...READ MORE


Bull & Bear Featured Company:
Torex Gold Building First Gold Mine,
Defining Its Second

Torex is a growth-oriented, Canadian-based resource company engaged in the exploration and development of its 100% owned Morelos Gold Property, an area of 29,000 hectares in the highly prospective Guerrero Gold Belt located 180 kilometers southwest of Mexico City...READ MORE


Bull & Bear Featured Company:
Atna Resources Re-Starts Pinson Underground Gold Mine
Atna Resources’ restarted operations at the Pinson underground mine in June. The Pinson property, located on Nevada’s prolific Getchell gold belt, is a fully permitted high grade underground mine with an adjacent, unpermitted open pit mine project...READ MORE


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Featured Articles Inside This Issue:
Top Four Winter Stocks – Cold weather stocks appear to be a low-risk play this winter. Marshall Hargrave looks at some stocks should benefit nicely from the winter months and the surge in discretionary income. These four winter stocks could keep your portfolio warm this winter.
Gold Prices Likely to Start 2015 Weak, But Rise Into Year End – Gold prices could be under some pressure in the first half of 2015 as the market anticipates the Fed raising interest rates, but once the Fed moves, the yellow metal may be able to end the year on firmer footing.
Schlumberger: Slick Buying Opportunity – Over the last five years, Schlumberger’s sales and net income have compounded at high double-digit rates of 19% and 22%, respectively. Schlumberger’s stock price pullback has created a slick buying opportunity into this HI-quality company, which is a global market leader with growing cash flows and an outlook for double-digit EPS growth through 2017.
Feasting on Chicken – This poultry producer has tremendous growth prospects. Nearly 22 million chickens are consumed each day in the U.S. alone, with more than 50 billion of the birds consumed globally each year. Chicken is expected to beat out pork as the most consumed meat in the world by 2020. Jim Fink has found a company which is a pure play on growing chicken consumption.
#1 International Pick for 2015 – China’s economic growth should be about 7% in 2015. One of Jim Woods’ favorite Chinese stocks and his favorite international pick for 2015 is Baidu. The company dominates China’s Internet search market with an 82% market share by revenue. Over the past six months the stock is up an impressive 34%.
Gold Forecasts for 2015
– At Scotiabank’s mining conference panelists were asked where would the price of gold be by the end of 2015. The answers ranged from $1,100 to $2,000. Panelists offered their views on what will drive the gold market in the coming year.

The Bull & Bear: Analysis, Strategies and Top Stock Picks

Year-End Investment Checklist
The strong market rally is good for almost everyone. However, mutual fund investors should watch out for capital gains distributions that typically occur at year end.

A Brief History of Financial Bubbles
Economies all over the world have strained and burst throughout history.

Silver Demand for Industrial Applications Forecast to Reach Nearly 680 Million Ounces in 2018
Total silver industrial demand is forecast to grow 27 percent, adding an additional 142 million ounces of silver demand through 2018 compared with 2013 levels, according to a new report by the Silver Institute.

Inside the Top Tech Trends of 2015
A leading research firm has revealed some of the most lucrative IT trends for the coming year. Here’s what you need to know.

Harry Dent’s Demographic Deflation of 2015
Harry Dent predicts a major, painful crash in the next two years based on population statistics and historic patterns. He has some positive short-term predictions for gold, and investment suggestions for how to be one of the ones still standing after the dust settles.

What’s Next for the Dollar and Gold?
Who would have predicted oil prices in the sixty-dollar range a year ago? Something is not right about these markets. Our take: don’t get burned when markets add fuel to the fire. Here’s what to watch out for as we head into 2015; ignore at your own peril.

‘Tis the Season to Mix and Mingle:
11 Tips to Help 
Reluctant Networkers Survive, Connect, and Thrive Holiday Parties

The holidays are a great time to rekindle old professional relationships and make new ones – but if you’re not a natural connector, you may be resigning yourself to another season of nursing a glass of punch in the corner. Here, Alaina G. Levine shares 11 tips to help you network productively and (relatively) painlessly during this year’s holiday events.

Auto Suppliers: Still on the Road Block
Many stock groups that fell sharply in the early part of October have rebounded strongly. One group that has not fully recovered is the auto suppliers. Moreover, many of these companies are still in the process of recovering from the 2008-2009 downturn. The companies discussed here produce a number of different parts of the automobile. They are all in the midst of what we expect to be long-term turnarounds.

China: Follow the Money!
While Western investors were sleeping, China opened the door to its investment world. On that day China began two way trading between the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges. This development essentially opened the Chinese stock market to investors around the world through Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect.

10 Tips for 
Effectively Handling Customer Complaints During the Holiday Rush
Five Quick Responses to Customer Complaints

The holiday shopping season is a veritable minefield of potential customer complaints. 
Ron Kaufman offers advice on how to handle those complaints so that 
your unhappy customers become customers for life.

Go on a Wine Adventure this Holiday Season
Stuck on the Same Old Starter Wines? Aficionado Shares Advice for a Maturing Palate.

Global Mineral Industry to Converge on Toronto for Exploration and Mining’s Largest Annual Convention
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange is set to once again take place in downtown Toronto from March 1 – 4, 2015. The PDAC Convention is the industry’s largest annual event that provides a world of opportunities for attendees to learn about the latest trends, technologies and personalities shaping the mineral exploration and mining sector. In 2014, more than 25,000 people attended the convention for the fourth consecutive year.

Precious Metals: Timing and Flexibility is the Key to a Successful Trade
Gold has not glistened since the summer of 2011 when a substantial rally took it to an all-time record price of $1900/oz. Gold’s inability to sustain a meaningful move to higher ground has been damaging to any portfolio that has acquired gold, silver or the associated mining stocks over the last 3 years or so.

The Price of Gold May Continue to Languish
Gold may stay low. We still see more factors working against it than for it. Though you might hold a little gold for diversification purposes, remember its drawbacks.

4 Tips for Creating Your Financial Legacy Now
41 percent of baby boomers age 55 to 64 do not have a legal will. The time to plan for your financial legacy is now; here are suggestions on how to move forward.

Prospects Wanted: Six Tips to Drive More Traffic to Your Website
Want to drive more traffic to your website? Mark Satterfield explains how to get the most bang for your buck when you purchase online advertising.

Top 10 Ways to Protect Children Under 18 and Over 18, Stateside and Abroad
Top-rated estate planning attorney shares critical information on how to protect children of all ages.

You Can Negotiate Anything:
13 Negotiating Techniques Taught at the Wharton School of Business

Everything is open for negotiation – even prices, schedules, and product offerings that seem carved in stone. Steven G. Blum, who teaches at the Wharton School of Business, says no one has to just accept what’s offered…but first you must hone your negotiating skills.

What to Ask Before Investing in Natural Resource Stocks
Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott Global Resource Investments Ltd., says that the ‘management interview’ is critical before investing in any junior resource company. Here are the questions to ask before investing.

Brent Cook Reveals His Rules and Guidelines for Evaluating Junior Exploration Projects and Companies
Independent exploration analyst, Brent Cook and a number of his accomplished friends have compiled a list of “must read” rules and guidelines for evaluating junior exploration projects and companies.

Can Anyone Become a Millionaire?
Research Says ‘Yes;’ Expert Shares 4 Tips to Take You There No Matter What Your Income.

Documents You Need When Disaster Strikes
Financial advisers say people who identify and prepare key documents long before calamity strikes can avoid unnecessary damage to their personal finances in the wake of a fire, flood, hurricane or other disaster. What you need...

Financial Advice for Newlyweds
People are waiting longer to get married. This means people also have time to accumulate more debt by the time they tie the knot. Here’s how to avoid financial stress.


The Bull & Bear NewsWire

Atna Resources Ltd. Reports Update on 2014
Operations and Provides Production Targets for 2015
Atna Resources Ltd. announced that the Company sold a total of 33,150 ounces of gold in 2014 producing approximately $41 million in revenue. Atna anticipates producing between 55,000 and 65,000 ounces from its Pinson and Briggs mines in 2015.

Fairmont Resources Announces Option
Payment on Lac Bouchette Property
Fairmont Resources Inc. announced that it has completed its proposed debt settlement as announced in a news release dated December 31, 2014. The Company has settled a $50,000 option payment due under an option agreement to acquire a 100% interest, subject to a production royalty, in the Lac Bouchette Quartz Property through the issuance of 344,827 shares at a price of $0.145 per share.

Fairmont Resources Final Permit For Buttercup Project Received: Certificate of Authorization
Fairmont Resources Inc. announced that it has received the Certificate of Authorization for the Buttercup Project in Quebec.

DTS8 Coffee Revenue Increases in 2nd Quarter
DTS8 Coffee Company, Ltd. announced that revenue from its fresh, artisan roasted coffee grew by 22%, for the six months ended October 31, 2014 when compared to October 31, 2013. Revenue increased to $173,839 compared to $142,235 which is consistent with growth experienced for the year ended April 30, 2014.

 PDAC Honours Six Industry Leaders with 2015 PDAC Awards
The PDAC is set to honour six industry leaders at the PDAC 2015 Convention in Toronto. The annual PDAC awards showcase the achievements of companies, individuals and groups in the mineral exploration and mining sector by highlighting the best in domestic and international mineral discovery, mine development, Aboriginal achievement, environmental and social responsibility, and distinguished service.



Is Art a Good Investment?
A group of researchers say you should buy paintings if you like looking at them, but not to make money
Art has been emerging as a new asset class for the well-diversified portfolio. The reported returns are enough to catch anyone’s eye: the index of fine art sales, used by art advisors to sell art funds, shows an average annual return of 10% over the past four decades. Investors are embracing art-as-an-asset-class as if it were a newly discovered van Gogh. But is it?


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Start It Up: Five Surprisingly Great Times to Launch Your Business
Many people want to start their own businesses, but feel that “it’s just not 
the right time.” Sean C. Castrina explains why five common excuses 
should actually be used as motivation to become your own boss.

Ten Common Pitfalls Executors and Administrators Should Avoid
Settling an estate and administering a trust can be complicated, messy, and time-consuming for individuals named as executors or trustees. Many executors and trustees have no previous experience with these matters, causing them to unwittingly commit costly errors. Here are ten pitfalls to avoid.


Your Child Can Retire with Millions!
Vita Nelson, The MoneyPaper: Children can grow very rich – very easily – because they have TIME on their side. Time is an investor’s greatest ally. It is the key element in the power of compounding, and combined with investments in the stock market (where the average annual return has been nearly 11% since 1926), the results can seem like magic. Here is a 20-stock DRIP portfolio made up of stocks we like for long-term accumulation.

No Money, No Problem: Eleven Tips for a Start-up
Business with Very Little Cash (and a Great Idea)

Many entrepreneurs kick off their ventures on a budget so lean it’s beyond shoestring; it’s dental floss! That’s especially true in an era where credit is almost impossible to come by. Michael Houlihan, one of the founders of Barefoot Wine, explains how to get the biggest possible bang out of very few start-up bucks.

9 Major Retirement Planning Mistakes to Avoid
Much has been written about the classic financial mistakes that plague start-ups, family businesses, corporations and charities. Aside from these blunders, there are also some classic financial missteps that plague retirees.

Astronomy Picture of the Day
     Discover the Cosmos

Fifteen Tips for Making Sure
You Are Better Off Four Years from Now

To improve your financial outlook during the next four years, read on for a few of Tyson’s tried and true personal finance tips.


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