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Lack Of Confidence
Currently the market is sitting just below all time highs, but traders aren’t tweeting significantly higher prices. Below the market, traders have created a strong line of support at the 2040 level.
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The Winners And Losers From A Cable TV Shakeup
With more people becoming accustomed to streaming, these channels may finally be in the enviable position of receiving revenue from their customers, rather than paying cable companies simply to reach viewers.
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Will Apple Inc. Share Price Rise On Earnings Release?
After breaking through the $700 billion barrier for market capitalization, and thus becoming the first ever corporation to do so, the fourth quarter of the calendar year was also a monumental success for the corporation.
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Should Investors Be Worried About Google’s Lawsuits?
The European Union will be conducting an investigation, and they stated that if Google is found guilty of the anti-trust allegations then they will be forced to “change the way it does business in Europe.”
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When QE Leads To Deflation: A Look At The "Confounding" Global Supply Glut
By keeping rates artificially suppressed, the central banks of the world effectively make it impossible for the market to purge itself of inefficient actors and loss-making enterprises
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Dynamic Stop Loss And Take Profit In Forex Trading
Most traders would probably agree with the proposition that the hardest thing to get right in Forex trading is the placement of stop losses and take profit levels.
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Bet On India Mutual Funds Following Strong Growth Projections
Ratings firms and global agencies have provided strong growth projections for this year, making investments in India an increasingly lucrative proposition.
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U.S. Data And Fed To Drive The Dollar In The Week Ahead
The idea that the U.S. economy had returned to a growth path that was sufficiently strong to permit the Federal Reserve to begin normalizing monetary policy has been challenged by a string of disappointing data.
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Two Interesting New Magic Formula Stocks This Week
There was not a whole lot of movement in the Magic Formula® Investing (MFI) screens this week, but there were two new names we haven't seen in 2015.
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Lead Futures Reach New Highs
While China is by far the largest global producer and consumer of lead, its growth rate is at 25-year lows, and the country is now in full-fledged stimulus mode.
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