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Global Stocks Slide As Dollar Continues Rising: Has The "Pricing In" Of Trump Begun
Small ash clouds gathered over markets yesterday as it was back to risk-off mode as investors contemplated a number of variables all of which contributed to a distinctly weaker tone through the session.
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Silver’s Climb Highlights Growing Uncertainty
Silver’s rally higher has grown real legs thanks to a multitude of factors that are driving dollar softness and renewed risk aversion on a global scale.
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Puerto Rican Default Shows How Big Government And Easy Money Destroy Economies
If Puerto Rico is not allowed to restructure their debts, then they will need a bailout.
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EUR/USD: Next Sustained Move To The Downside: Where To Target? – BTMU
May will be a crucial month for the US economy and we are anticipating the emergence of evidence pointing to better economic conditions.
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Bogle Says Indexing Destined To Win The Battle Of The Quants
The armor of the algorithmic quants—the managers of hedge funds and other aggressive pools of capital—is the mother’s milk of finance: money.
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Pinbar Formed On Daily
Yesterday’s intraday movement formed a pinbar on the daily. According to trading rules, under the pinbar’s minimum a Sell Stop is placed: a stop at the shade’s maximum and a take profit at the opening price’s minimum candle range.
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A Human Cloud In Our Gig Economy
Growing numbers of Americans no longer hold a regular “job” with a long-term connection to a particular business. Instead, they work “gigs” where they are employed on a particular task or for a defined time.
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5 Stocks To Buy For Growth, Value, And Yield
These five cheap stocks are part of the small group that beat earnings estimates, and they all have large margins of safety because of their generous dividend yields.
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Greenback Firmer, But Has It Turned?
The greenback has extended yesterday's reversal higher. The euro had briefly poked through $1.16 and closed on its lows a little below $1.15.
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EU Bullet Report - US Dollar Rebound On FED’s Hawkish Comments
The EUR retreated after climbing above $1600 levels on Tuesday on the back of weaker US dollar. The positive data showing improvement in Manufacturing in Eurozone and Germany also helped the single currency to gain momentum.
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