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  • Follow the Government Money  By : Paul Mampilly
    The U.S. election is divisive, but Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree on one thing: massive infrastructure spending. For investors, itís time to follow the government money.
  • Obama's Market Meltdown  By : Chad Shoop
    Since 1920, only six presidents have served a full two terms, or eight years. Obama is about to make it seven, resulting in a rare market cycle with an ominous outlook.
  • LinkedIn: Microsoft's Second Chance  By : Paul Mampilly
    Five years ago, Microsoft was a laughingstock. Apple products were selling like hotcakes, and Bing was Ö well, Bing. But the LinkedIn acquisition marked the beginning of a new era.
  • Thriving in a Sharing Economy  By : Paul Mampilly
    New technology and the rise of the millennial generation has created a boom within the sharing economy, creating new powerhouse companies and profits.
  • The Collapsing Consumer Could Hasten a Recession  By : Chad Shoop
    The U.S. economy limped along in the second quarter solely on consumer strength. Will that strength return for the third quarter and avoid a recession? Donít hold your breath.
  • Your Second Chance to Invest in Oil  By : JL Yastine
    There's a reason oil is called black gold. And in spite of worries of a bear market, there's a second chance to invest in oil ... and be well rewarded.
  • New Signs of an Economic Recession in 2017  By : Chad Shoop
    A recession is coming. While the exact catalyst is hard to pin down, recent data shows that companies are preparing for the worst Ö and you should be doing the same.
  • The Great Apple Revenue Illusion  By : Paul Mampilly
    Itís easy for companies to manipulate earnings, but sales are a different matter. For Apple, no amount of illusion can hid the fact that sales are in steep decline.
  • The Most Dangerous Stock Market Game  By : JL Yastine
    Technical indicators, economic data, everything Ö says the market just canít go any higher. And yet, the market goes higher still. Welcome to the next market melt-up.
  • Don't Fall for the Jobs Data Deception  By : Chad Shoop
    The June jobs report blew past expectations, but the devil is in the details. An economy built on falling corporate revenue, declining goods orders and low-paying jobs cannot stand.
  • Navigating the Dangers of a Corrupt Wall Street  By : Paul Mampilly
    There is corruption festering on Wall Street, and you wonít hear about it from the mainstream talking heads. Itís truly a den of thieves Ö so itís crucial to learn to navigate safely.
  • Another Market Meltdown?  By : Paul Mampilly
    Before jumping into an investment, you want to be aware of the risks of a market crash. And this early crash warning indicator can help you do just that.
  • Connect With Millennials for Big Gains  By : Paul Mampilly
    The only thing millennials like better than outdoor experiences is sharing those experiences. This growing social-media market is opening doors for connected investors.
  • The Wrong Wall Street Buddy Could Kill You  By : Paul Mampilly
    Investing can be treacherous. Pick the wrong investing buddy as a guide, and you can find yourself bobbing in the middle of shark-infested waters without any hope of being saved.
  • GE's Disruptive Tech Boom ... No, Really!  By : Chad Shoop
    An old industrial giant, General Electric is about the last company you would expect to have disruptive potential. But GEís leadership in the Internet of Things market is set to change all that.
  • Don't Panic: Navigating the Next Tech Phenomenon  By : Paul Mampilly
    A new tech revolution has begun, with Cisco predicting more than 50 billion connected devices. Sorting out the winners could be difficult, so choose your guide carefully Ö and donít get left behind.
  • The Debt Problem No One's Talking About  By : Chad Shoop
    Itís no secret. Our government has a debt problem Ö a $19.2 trillion debt problem. Itís also no secret that the majority of Americans also have a debt problem, totaling more than $12 trillion. It should come as no surprise, then, that corporate America also has a rising debt problem as well.
  • Fighting Fear With This Sector  By : Paul Mampilly
    Every day, all day, millennials are plugged in to social media. The content they provide may be free, but the ad revenue generated for companies like Facebook is very real ... and growing.
  • Millennials: 92 Million Reasons to Catch This Trend  By : Paul Mampilly
    Millennials represent the biggest generation in American history at 92 million strong, and when 92 million fixate on a trend, these are the companies poised and ready to capitalize.
  • Escape the Earnings Meltdown  By : Chad Shoop
    For the first time since 2008, we are facing four straight quarters of negative earnings growth. Stocks are now poised for a plunge, but there is one sector that could offer you protection.
  • The Wall Street Money Suck  By : Paul Mampilly
    Have you been sucked in by Wall Streetís pitch? Donít pay millions in fees to fund managers Ö there are better ways to invest and grow your wealth.
  • Europe: What Wall Street Is Missing  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    As the second largest member of the PIIGS pack, Spain was much reviled. But the country has rebounded despite anti-austerity bloviating. So much for Keynesian doomsayingÖ
  • The Housing Sector Is Waving Red Flags  By : Chad Shoop
    Leading indicators are raising warning flags for housing. But you can use these indicators to make one simple trade to take advantage of the situation.
  • The Last Market Pillar Collapses  By : Chad Shoop
    One common method of returning shareholder value ó share buybacks ó may be stalling out. While this may seem somewhat innocuous, the decline in stock buybacks may be a sign that we could be entering the next stock market recession any day now.
  • The Red Dragon Roars While the Fed Waits  By : Jeff D. Opdyke
    Despite much hand-wringing in the media, the economy is turning up again. While the Fed seems out of touch with economic data, China has emerged as the only adult in the room.
  • Your Crash Warning Alert System  By : Paul Mampilly
    The future is always unknown, but if you have the right tools you can remove a lot of fear from the market Ö and there is one crash-warning tool that should be at the top of your list.
  • Millennials Will Beat the Baby-Boomer Economy  By : Paul Mampilly
    Markets can boom amid doom and gloom. The post-war boomer economy was proof of that. But do millennials have the economic strength to ignite similar U.S. economic growth?
  • Donald Trump's Good for the Stock Market  By : Paul Mampilly
    Love him or hate him, the fact is that Donald Trump has a real shot at the presidency. And it could impact the stock market in a big way...
  • The Final Nail for Housing?  By : Paul Mampilly
    After slogging through a recession and a poor jobs market, millennials are finally getting into the game. With 87 million new house hunters on the market, and all the accessories that go along with a new home, itís no wonder Buffettís Berkshire Hathaway is going big on housing.
  • The 2016 Market Crisis  By : Chad Shoop
    A key market indicator has missed projecting a decline in the past two years, but the third time will not be charming. There's a storm brewing on Wall Street: the 2016 market crisis.

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