This Letter is an extract from my book, The Truth On Investing: From the Darkness of the Crowd to the Light. It includes the first part of chapter 5—Investing with God.
I recently built a database of lower grade, industrial metals focused mining projects with the intention of analyzing them to determine what the necessary ingredients are to produce attractive economic outcomes. This analysis led to some interesting conclusions.
Nowadays I am spending a lot of time looking at junior miners focused on silver, zinc, and copper. In this Letter we take a look at Azarga Metals which is exploring an interesting copper-silver project in Eastern Russia.
The U.S. stock market has reached an inflection point and it is time for a strategic update. In this Letter I also synthesize how I see several key market events playing out together in the months and years ahead.
The Retirement Savings Contributions Credit is a nice incentive for saving for retirement for those who qualify.
The Qualified Charitable Distribution presents a unique tax saving strategy that many retired and charitably-inclined Americans can take advantage of.
This Letter is the product of years of Bible study, economic and monetary reading, observation, and thoughtful reflection with the Holy Spirit. The implementation of True Biblical Money has the power to bring positive, fundamental change to the economic basis of a society. If nothing else, I hope that it is properly understood by economically minded representatives of Christ around the world so that God’s standard for money can at least be adequately put on display.
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All assets in retirement plans must eventually be distributed to their owners or their beneficiaries (if they are deceased). The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has structured the IRA rules so the advantages of tax deferral do not last forever. In this Letter we will look at “Required Minimum Distributions” (RMDs)—the amount that must be distributed each year for certain IRA owners.