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Doug Hornig

Doug Hornig

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

Biography

Doug Hornig joined the Casey team as a freelance writer on the former publication What We Now Know, a perfect fit for someone with his wide-ranging interests.  He wrote nearly 125 articles for WWNK between early 2004 and late 2007. In October of 2005, he assumed editorship of the Daily Resource column, to which was added Casey's Daily Resource Plus in 2007. A steady contributor to Casey's Gold & Resource Report, he also writes the occasional article for International Speculator and other Casey publications.

A former Edgar Award nominee, finalist for the Virginia Prize in both fiction and poetry, and a past winner of the Virginia Governor's Screenwriting competition, Doug lives on 30 mountainous acres in a county that just got its first stop light. He is an admitted political junkie, but hates all political parties. Doug has authored ten books and has written articles for Business Week and other renowned publications.

  • The Genetics of Investing: Kill the Messenger

    Published 09 September 2010 | viewed 0 times

    If you had a previously incurable genetic condition and scientists came up with a treatment for it, you'd jump at the chance to take advantage.…

  • Florida - Much Worse Problems Than the Oil Spill

    Published 13 August 2010 | viewed 0 times

    Media coverage of the oil spill's effect on the Gulf focusing on tourist income lost by the waterfront towns - with footage of empty beaches,…

  • Navigating the Other Side of the Storm

    Published 04 June 2010 | viewed 0 times

    The trillions in U.S. federal debt now exceed 85% of gross domestic product - and that's not counting unfunded liabilities. Unemployment is breaking 20% as…

  • Where's the Land of Opportunity These Days?

    Published 20 May 2010 | viewed 0 times

    Recent decades have witnessed an amazing shrinkage of the American manufacturing sector, from #1 in the world to virtual non-existence. Companies, taking advantage of cheaper…

  • The Big Dead-Cat Bounce

    Published 12 March 2010 | viewed 3,025 times

    It's now been a year since the dark days of early March 2009, when, although no one knew it at the time, the stock market…

  • Paul Ryan -- the Man Who Could Save America

    Published 02 March 2010 | viewed 1,795 times

    Since the stunning result of the Massachusetts senatorial race, President Obama has softened his tone quite a bit, essentially saying to Republicans that if they…

  • Vintage Wine Turns Sour for Financiers

    Published 05 February 2010 | viewed 1,453 times

    When the folks at a private equity firm gather at the holiday party refreshment table to talk about "vintage," they aren't commenting on the Château…

  • What If They Stop Buying Our Debt?

    Published 19 November 2009 | viewed 2,881 times

    "I have always depended on the kindness of strangers," said Blanche DuBois, in the final words of the play A Streetcar Named Desire. Well, don't…

  • If You Thought the Housing Meltdown Was Bad...

    Published 09 November 2009 | viewed 6,759 times

    ...wait until you see what's in the cards for commercial real estate. That's right, the next train wreck will be in commercial real estate. Couldn't…

  • HITECH - Your Medical History in the Machine

    Published 28 October 2009 | viewed 1,152 times

    In the future, a visit to your family physician, or any specialist, will begin with a quick scan of the computer screen, where a few…

  • Why All the Fuss over Rare Earths?

    Published 02 October 2009 | viewed 2,283 times

    Rare earth elements (REEs) have been the mystery metals of the mining world for years. Now, suddenly, everyone's heard about them. Before we delve into…

  • What the Heck Is Going on with China?

    Published 11 September 2009 | viewed 3,029 times

    That's a question that Westerners have been asking for, oh, several millennia now. Or at least since Marco Polo aimed his ponies down the old…

  • Washington Capitulates: Peak Oil Is Real

    Published 27 August 2009 | viewed 2,315 times

    Each year, generally in May, the Energy Information Administration publishes a less-than-eagerly-anticipated tome called the International Energy Outlook, 250+ pages of mind-numbing text, charts, graphs,…

  • Are We Being Conned About Gold Confiscation?

    Published 07 August 2009 | viewed 3,003 times

    There's a lot of Internet chatter these days about the possibility of the U.S. government seizing its citizens' private gold holdings. What are the chances?…

  • Supply Side Economics - How Is Gold Going to Fare This Year?

    Published 17 July 2009 | viewed 2,815 times

    Gold started the summer doldrums looking strong and has retreated since, but what are its prospects for the rest of the year and beyond? That…

  • The Carbon Cap: The Newest Form of Taxation

    Published 15 July 2009 | viewed 2,183 times

    It's possible that no concept in history has ever come so far, so fast, and with so little substance behind it, as "global warming." Or,…

  • The Second Crash - On the Way and Unstoppable

    Published 28 May 2009 | viewed 6,727 times

    Tuesday, October 9, 2007 started as a nice day in New York City. A lovely early fall day, with the temperature still a balmy 80°…

  • All That Glitters is NOT Gold - The Truth About Counterfeit Gold

    Published 24 April 2009 | viewed 3,159 times

    The Chinese Fake It You probably remember movies about the Old West, wherein a shady-looking character would offer to exchange a gold coin for a…

  • Uncharted Waters

    Published 30 January 2009 | viewed 3,509 times

    These are uncharted waters, indeed. The shenanigans being foisted upon us by Washington are unprecedented at least since World War II, and probably ever. There…

  • Where Was Your Money in 2008?

    Published 07 January 2009 | viewed 2,328 times

    2008 is now in the rear-view mirror, with virtually every investor shouting "Good riddance!" and praying for a better year to come. Forget about making…