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4 Smart Investments For Growing Tax-Free Paychecks
Increasing distributions streams, especially those that are tax shielded, are one of the best ways to compound your income from dividend stocks.
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Index Investing Is Not Inherently Socialistic
Capital allocation to public companies does not in any large way depend on what happens in secondary market stock trading, but on what happens in the primary market, where shares are traded for cash or something else in place of cash.
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More Evidence Of Accumulation Vs Distribution
Friday’s decline in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) created a Dow Theory line. Both averages are now showing a pattern that indicates either accumulation or distribution is underway, but we’ll have to wait and see how these patterns resolve to know which will win.
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Credit Suisse; The Rise And Fall Of Industries
Industries are a key investment factor. To exploit diversification opportunities to the full, investors need to diversify across a wide spread of industries. Credit Suisse’s Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2015 is a must read for investors.
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General Electric Is Tired Of Being Important
GE announced a number of changes including selling GE Capital's assets. Over $26 billion of real estate is going to Blackstone (NYSE:BX) with the performing loans associated with that real estate going to Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC).
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Weekend Stock Review - CYBR, JD, TWTR, QQQ, And SPY
The S&P 500 (SPY) is now back below the 50 day moving average while the QQQ is slightly above. Due to large volume another distribution day was added. No one knows if the sell off will continue or we will bounce back like we have in so many cases.
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Stocks Re-Tumble After DOJ Said To Block Comcast-Time Warner Deal
Comcast has been seeking approval for the merger from the Justice Department and the FCC since it was announced last year. Comcast could still fight any lawsuit in court or attempt to reach a settlement that would let the deal go ahead.
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T2108 Update – Another Close Call With Overbought Amid More Chop
It was another week of chop for the S&P 500 (SPY) as earnings season kicked off. Little was accomplished again, but there were several developments of note.
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Stocks Down On Greek Fears
As fears of a default weighed on European and U.S. stock and bond markets, the European head of the IMF said on Friday that Greece’s growth projections will need to be "significantly" revised down from the estimate made last week.
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Forget Corn - Sorghum And Barley Are The Hot Crops
Sorghum – which is surprisingly priced higher than corn right now – rose 6% in March to $246 per ton, according to the World Bank. Another plus for sorghum farmers is that the crop is drought-resistant, which is a concern right now in the High Plains.
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