Doug Casey's Right on the Money

How to Profit in an Upside-Down Economy

... most people don't understand systemic risk and believe the government can shield them from it... they're afraid of volatility, although volatility can be your best friend. Now is a great time to put that friend to work for you.” –Doug Casey, Right on the Money, Chapter 8

Doug Casey has been called ‘blunt,” “brash,” “irreverent,” “in your face,” “offensive,” an “anarchist” plus a few things we can’t print.

Call him what you will... for over 30 years, he’s been among the savviest, most successful speculators on the planet.

He's been “right on the money” for decades. Right about the Uranium market in the 1990s. Right about the dotcom mania of 2000. Right about the meteoric rise of gold in the early 2000s. Right about the bursting of the housing bubble in 2007. Right about the financial crash in 2008.

And thanks to his early alerts, his friends and readers not only escaped the rolling series of financial disasters in the last dozen years, many who heard Doug's message stuffed their pockets with profits..

“Doug Casey is a brilliant speculator with a great understanding of historical cycles and the keen senses of a coonhound. If you want to learn how to make money, you have to think like someone who instinctively knows how to make money—and Doug is a prime example for that rarest of species.

Right on the Money's perfect concoction of personal experience, sound investment advice, and irreverent viewpoints is the next best thing to sitting face to face with Doug.” Bill Bonner, Founder, Agora Inc.

Cheerfully contrarian by nature, Doug is the master of exploiting "market dislocations"– financial disturbances (often the work of government meddling) that can make some investments fetchingly cheap and others dangerously expensive. All it takes is the ability to recognize which is which.

Thanks to his keen instincts and decades of experience, he knows exactly what to do when:

  • The Fed's QE4EVER money-printing and zero-percent interest rates lure the public out of safe-haven investments and into stocks. Should you join them -- or go the other way?
  • The housing market has recovered noticeably, and mortgage rates are starting to rise. Is now the time to buy US real estate, or is there a smarter alternative?
  • Gold is far below its 2011 peak, and gold stocks have gotten hammered even worse. Is that the end of the bull market or a perfect time to "back up the truck" and buy more?

In 40 candid conversations with his friend and colleague Louis James, Doug shares the lessons learned over three decades as a high-stakes speculator.

“If I've learned one thing from Doug: real returns are made by ignoring the passing herd and looking at what they trampled over instead. His gut-punching assaults on the 'common sense' notions that fail most investors are a rare chance to learn firsthand from one of the contrarian masters.” Porter Stansberry, Founder, Stansberry & Associates Investment Research

We are nearing the start of Act II of what Doug calls the "Greater Depression"–a time that will make the 2008 global economic meltdown look like a kid's baking-soda volcano. The bad news: Only the well prepared will get through it without painful financial damage. The good news: The well prepared can come out far wealthier than they are today.

In this new book, Doug explains in his unabashedly irreverent style why you need to act now, what to do and how to do it... all sprinkled with a dose of humor and keen wit.

In Right on the Money, you'll discover:

  • How the economic and political noose around Americans' necks is tightening
  • Why your own government is the biggest danger to your wealth, and how to protect your assets and yourself
  • The best ways to buy and store physical gold and silver
  • Which investments make the most sense in any kind of unfolding financial disaster, and which to avoid like the plague
  • How to make volatility your best friend
  • Why the US real estate market may suffer more devastation
  • And much more...

Expect to be excited, maybe even offended, by these no-holds-barred conversations. And expect no less than the straight dope from the man for whom "political correctness" is a clown to be laughed at.

This is your chance to pick the brain of a serially successful speculator, a self-made multimillionaire who has profited from his libertarian vision. Learn how he's made his fortune... and discover the steps you can take to do the same.

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“I would call the extraordinary Doug Casey a 'national treasure,' if he believed in anything national. So let me just say: if you care about your own economic future, read this book.”Lew Rockwell,

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Doug Casey is a well-known speculator, financial author, and public speaker. He literally wrote the book on Crisis Investing in 1980–which became the best-selling financial book of the year.

Since then, he's made millions for himself and his faithful followers. He has been a featured guest on hundreds of radio and TV shows, including David Letterman, Merv Griffin, Charlie Rose, Phil Donahue, Regis Philbin, Maury Povich, NBC News, CNN, RT, and many more; and has been the topic of numerous features in periodicals such as Time, Forbes, People, and the Washington Post.

Doug divides his time between his homes in Aspen, Colorado; Auckland, New Zealand; and Salta, Argentina. Being a true "international man" (the title of another one of his books), he has lived in 10 countries and visited over 175.

Quotes from
Right on the Money

"I've long said that it makes no sense to risk 100 percent of your wealth on 'conservative' investments that might give you a 10 percent return–if you're lucky. ...To me it makes more sense to allocate 10 percent of your portfolio to speculations that can yield [gains greater than] 1,000 percent."


"[Over] the years, America has become a roach motel for capital."


"[Not] only do people around the world take it for granted that paper is money, but that it should be so. But it's all nonsense. It's one reason for taking a gloomy view of humanity–people will believe almost any kind of claptrap, if the story is retailed by those in authority."


"I've spent considerable time in ... Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba. The fact is that, if you're a foreigner with money and you don't meddle with their internal politics, you can live quite freely and well in any of them. It's quite paradoxical actually; an American is far less likely to get into trouble with the police or the government in those places than he is at home."


"When you can't work unless you join the union, and union membership is limited ... it's clear that the union is not a defender of the little guy, but a kind of protection racket."


"[It's] important for investors to recognize that Canada is a sort of 'USA-light.' When Washington says, “Jump!” Ottawa generally says, “How high?” Nonetheless, if only for the sake of formalities and legal pleasantries, U.S. citizens would have some degree of insulation with a Canadian bank account."


"[If] you start really thinking of gold as cash, and the dollar as a merely temporarily fashionable means of exchange, you'll find yourself loading your portfolio with much more gold and gold proxies. That will protect you against the very rapid loss of value the dollar faces in years to come."


"Vehicles like the Perth Mint Certificate are excellent choices for securing larger amounts of gold. They basically boil down to outsourcing your storage and security needs to a highly respected and secure vault, and in the case of PMCs, they are backed by the government of Western Australia."


"If you chase momentum and excitement, if you run with the crowd, buying when others are buying, you're guaranteed to lose. ... In this business, you're either a contrarian or road kill."

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