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Rodney Johnson writes The Rodney Johnson Report, which is published by HS Dent Publishing.  He began his career in financial services on Wall Street in the 1980s with Thomson McKinnon and then Prudential Securities, where he was a bond trader. He started working on projects with Harry Dent ... more


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A Profit Weapon For 2019 And Beyond
I believe the Second Wave Cycle can help you grow your wealth in the second half of 2019 and beyond.
A New Way To Lighten Our Health Care Load
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently reported that headline inflation rose 0.2% in July and is 2.9% higher than last year.
Saying Goodbye To The Hotel California…
Saying Goodbye to the Hotel California- The explosion in self-storage units should continue in the years ahead. The industry plays on the emotions of Americans who get pretty attached to stuff...
A Straightforward Approach To Investing
With investing, if you do it wrong you must make up for lost ground, which could take years, if it ever happens. Don’t become paralyzed by all the choices.
One Approach To High Healthcare Costs
As a consumer, I’m asked to be responsible for my health, to do my part to keep my costs down, and I ask for the best price a vendor has to offer...
Calling B.S. On Central Bankers
Central bankers have to live in the real world where drawing lines on a graph is easy, but getting consumers to comply with the economic theory is hard.
Pick Your Neighborhood Carefully
Any move we can make toward decentralizing retirement systems and putting them in the hands of individuals is a step forward.
American Kids Can Do More Than Sing And Dunk
We are great at telling kids they can be anything they want to be. We need to do a better job of giving them ideas as to what is possible.
No One Cares As Much As You
It doesn’t matter how much the bank advertises that it wants to be my “friend,” or that it “knows what I need,” the truth is that it’s just business. Period.
The Aging Face Of America
Our demographics (and their impact on programs like Social Security and Medicare) are undeniable. We’re an aging nation facing some big problems…
The Japanese Economic Twilight Zone
In the early 1990’s very few of us were recognizing that while the U.S. enjoyed the early years of the greatest growth spurt in history, the Japanese were on the verge of a long, difficult economic fall
The End Of Truth
Last week's conference served as a good reminder of how things stand in our economy, cutting through the propaganda that is too often touted as truth.
You’re Stuck With The Middleman, Like It Or Not
With endless information available to people online, the need for a salesman to help you make a purchase is quickly fading, yet still the middleman remains.
One Failed College, Two Big Lessons
For-profit college ITT Tech went bust when the government cut off all new federal student loans for the school, foreshadowing what's to come in healthcare. (As originally posted on
How Bankster Melba Acosta-Febo Is Trying To Swipe $3.5 Billion Rodney Joh
If you stole a hundred bucks from someone, you might try to avoid them for a while. If you stole $100,000, you might even consider moving across the country. But what if you stole $3.5 billion?
The TSA Totally Screwed This Up
If the TSA really wanted people to sign up for TSA PreCheck, they'd allow people to sign up while waiting in long security lines where they'd see the benefit. As originally posted on
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