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AIG: Time To Buy The Bottom
AIG offers tremendous value to investors on a revenue, earnings, book value, and free cash flow basis. Future interest rate raises will provide an additional tailwind to AIG, which seems more and more likely as the US economy grows.
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The Bond Market Has Reached Tulip Bubble Proportions
The only way an investor can make money with a negative real rate of return is by using an insane amount of leverage on these very low borrowing costs.
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Greece Will Not Accept Bailout Extension Or Deal With 'Rottenly Constructed' Troika; Mish's Game Theory Math
The eurozone has far more to lose than Greece if a Grexit occurs. However, it is doubtful Germany realizes that.
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As China's Offshore Yuan Crashes To A 2 Year Low, Beijing Warns Its Citizens: "Don't Buy Dollars"
Recall that China, a mercantilist, export-driven country, has a currency that is pegged to the dollar in all but name, a dollar which has soared in the past 6 months to levels which have prompted countless other central banks to ease in recent weeks.
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3 Ways To Profit From Earnings Overreactions
I’ve long thought that investors could use short-term overreactions in stock prices to dollar cost average into great companies. And there’s a precedent for this.
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One Foot On The Gas, One Foot On The Brake: Financial Review
While an up January is generally bullish for stocks, a down January is not a reliable predictor of a weak year overall. In ten out of 24 weak-January years, the stock market actually ended higher, often by a very substantial amount.
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China Takes Down Another 71 Tonnes Of Gold Bullion From Shanghai
People hang on every word from Janet Yellen's lips, but whatever China does is meaningless?
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3 REITs To Dump Now
It may be time to take some profits out of your top REIT gains and reinvest the proceeds to generate a higher level of cash income.
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Gold & Silver COT Of Jan. 27
Gold and silver both quite bearish in the latest report.
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Is Gold The New High Yield?
At 0%, Gold is now yielding more than two year government bonds in many countries in Europe and has an equivalent yield to that of Japan.
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