Danielle DiMartino Booth

Hyperbole is such a vile term. Defined as “extravagant exaggeration,” we are nothing short of drowning in it. What little is left of journalistic integrity is sacrificed daily at the altar of hyperbole. Politicians have raised their rhetoric to such deafening volumes their speech writers are at the risk of running low on exclamation points. Even the once ensconced billionaires’ boys club members with a yen to pontificate clamor for any available turn at the podium...

Danielle DiMartino Booth

Irish Playwright Oscar Wilde defied Aristotle’s memorable mimesis: Art imitates Life. In his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying, Wilde opined that, “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life.” Jackson Pollock, the American painter, aesthetically rejected both philosophies as facile. We are left to ponder the genius of his work, which in hindsight, leaves no doubt that Art intimidated Life...

Hedge Your Portfolio and Never Panic Again

The Single Best Strategy for Any Investor

The U.S. is out of the Paris Accord and markets make new highs. Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba talks hedging, while discussing his new and last hedging call until October. Hedging your portfolio and protecting your assets is the number one thing you can do for your retirement...

BITCOIN: The Next Big Bubble

Bitcoin on The Rise

The digital currency jumped to an all-time high Thursday, Friday and Monday as global investors looked for safe haven trades. Increased interest from Asia also helped boost the digital currency. Bitcoin rose more than 3.5 percent to hit a record of $1,875.08...

GM Falls to Socialism

GM Ceases Operation in Venezuela

General Motors said yesterday that it would immediately halt operations in Venezuela after its plant in the country was unexpectedly seized by authorities. GM described the takeover as an "illegal judicial seizure of its assets." The automaker said the seizure showed a "total disregard" of its legal rights. It said that authorities had removed assets including cars from company facilities...

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Debt & Complacency Should Mean a Market Selloff

Every Piece of Good News is Already Priced In

The markets are finally starting to get a little more action and trade, although volatility is still missing, there is hope it is coming back which begins first with price movement. Bubba feels the top is in and that the markets may not sell off right away, but should not go much higher...