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Invest in These 3 Stocks Riding a Safe Growth Trend to Windfall Profits

Providing a critical resource that Goldman Sachs has dubbed the world’s “new gasoline” to a booming industry that could grow 10 times over by 2025 means these stocks currently sit on a goldmine of opportunity.  Lithium: Boom or Bust? It seems like the age of the electric car is always just around the corner. Just […]

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Sell These 6 Popular Blue Chip Stocks Now

Facing currency headwinds, international turmoil, and bear markets, investors are experiencing a tough start that may last for the entire year. The stocks you avoid will be paramount to your investing success, and you must avoid these six stocks facing their toughest market since the Great Recession. 2016 has gotten off to an ominous start […]

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When Does the Bear Market Start?

With headwinds gathering strength, investors wonder when does the bear market start? You have read about the economic mess in Europe. The anticipated inflation of the Eurozone economy turned out to be a no-show, and now the region is experiencing deflation. On January 7, Eurostat reported that the Eurozone’s annual inflation rate during the month […]

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Buy These 3 Dividend Stocks to Profit from European Growth Efforts

This past week, both the U.S. stock markets and European stock values rallied strongly on announcements by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi indicated that the ECB was preparing a series of powerful monetary stimulus policies to kick start growth and inflation for the Eurozone economies. The economies of most of the European financial zone […]

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ETFs to Trade on European Central Bank Movements

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi made news with his press conference last week by suggesting he’s planning more stimulus for the region.  But “Super Mario” is no “Helicopter Ben” as rumors abound that he doesn’t have the support of important policy makers. In the weeks ahead, “Super Mario” could come through with quantitative easing […]

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Why Ebola and Ukraine Could Lead to Emerging Market Weakness

Emerging markets could be under increased stress due to slowing global growth, geopolitical problems in Ukraine and the Ebola epidemic. Pay close attention to the responses given by stock market analysts when they are asked about the outlook for emerging markets. How many attempt to completely dodge the question? It is also interesting to note […]

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Profit from China’s Economic Development With These 2 ETFs

Since early May, most of the commentary concerning China’s economy has been relatively upbeat, while at the same time, providing some apprehensive discussion about the downside risks which lie ahead. The June, 2014 edition of the World Bank’s Global Economic Prospects report had this to say about China’s economy: Growth for China is expected to […]

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Top 3 Ways to Profit From the Tax Inversion M&A Craze

Tax inversions are fueling the latest merger and acquisition craze. The euphoria surrounding tax inversions is that it allows U.S. based companies to get a lower tax rate. The U.S. corporate tax rate can be as high as 40%, which is nearly double the global average. Inversions allow U.S.-based companies to relocate via acquisitions that […]

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3 Contrarian Miner Stocks to Buy Before the Correction

The last five years have provided one of largest surges in U.S. equities in history. Coming off a financial crisis and with the backing of an extremely supportive Federal Reserve, the S&P 500 has almost tripled off its lows of early March 2009. It has been an unloved but very lucrative rally for those with […]

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Sell These 4 Stocks Before Another Cold War with Russia

Even before the tragic shooting down of a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine, the United States initiated a new round of sanctions against Russia last week. The most intense sanctions we’ve seen in a very long time. The missile firing has become a “blame game” of sorts, with Russian President Vladimir Putin blaming the Malaysian […]

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