Author, Organizer of the NY Investing Meetup

Daryl Montgomery is a former academic and now an independent market strategist. He is the blogger for the Helicopter Economics Investing Guide and the author of 4 investing books. Daryl is also the organizer of the more

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Lying With Statistics: The September Jobs Report
One month before the presidential election, there was suddenly a major reversal in unemployment trends that have taken place during the entire administration of the Obama presidency. The figures indicate explosive growth is taking place in the U.S. economy and this has occurred overnight. The explanation of where this growth is coming from or how it has happened is illusive.
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The Technical Picture For Gold And Silver
The world is awash in central bank money printing, with Japan this week joining the US and the EU central banks in announcing new stimulus efforts. As long as these programs continue, investors should be bullish on gold, silver and their miners and look to accumulate on any pullback.
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EWP iShares MSCI Spain Index Fund
GLD SPDR Gold Trust ETF
SLV iShares Silver Trust
SPY SPDR S&P 500

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Organizer
New York Investing Meetup
October 2006 - Present (15 years 2 months)
The 5000+ member meetup is an educational group that provides the public with unbiased investing and economic education from independent and successful sources. We hold both large meetings which cover general topics and smaller classes that provide detailed information on a specific investing area. Our approach is more contrarian than momentum and more technical than fundamental.

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Inflation Investing: A Guide for the 2010s
Daryl Montgomery
Finance Education Media Group
10/17/2011
a highly readable, engaging account that can benefit investors at all levels. Unlike other works, it combines historical analysis with practical easy to implement investing information. It doesn’t just discuss a few favored recommendations of the author, but is thorough in its coverage. It is also as up to date as possible, going way beyond the limited asset choices available in the 1970s. Volume 1 covers the broad-based analysis that all inflation investors should be familiar with along with how to create an appropriate portfolio.