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Article By: Douglas Gammons
The short-term swings in the market are confusing at the moment. It seems as though severe sector rotation has replaced the normal market ups and downs.
In this article: SOXX, IYC, KRE, SPX, TYX Also: XIV, DIA, EWJ, ITB, IYK, PPH, SDY, SPY, TLT, XBI, XLI, XLU, XLV, MTUM, FFTY, XLRE Read
Article By: Yohay Elam
One year after Britain voted to leave the European Union, GBP/USD is still lower. What’s next amid this uncertainty?
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Article By: SureDividend
The past few years have been tumultuous for farm and construction stocks. Some farm and construction stocks have fared better than others, but there is still plenty of value left among these stocks.
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Article By: The Heisenberg Report
You should be confident that tech isn’t in another bubble because it isn’t “as outrageously priced” as it was during the dot-com boom.
In this article: AAPL, AMZN, MSFT, FB, GOOGL Read
Article By: Wade Slome
Picking stocks is a tricky game and so is sports betting. In the world of stocks, winning/losing is not measured by spreads but rather equities are measured by valuation.
In this article: PBI, TSLA Read
Article By: Acting Man
It seems to us that the plan to reduce the size of the Fed’s balance sheet isn’t likely to go very far, if it is implemented at all. A fairly recent example was provided by the BoJ which decreased the monetary base by about 25% in 2006.
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Article By: Marc Chandler
The US dollar edged higher against most of the major currencies over the past week. However, the fundamental backing is still not solid, and it makes as wary of these upticks, even though we think a bottom is being carved.
In this article: FXE, FXA, FXB, FXY, OIL, USO, UUP, SPX Read
Article By: Tyler Durden
Both our cross-country recession model and our US recession risk dashboard suggest that near-term recession risk remains only moderate. But when the next recession does come, where will it come from? Our historical analysis offers three main lessons.
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Article By: Rodney Johnson
In this hyper-tense, polarized nation where words now count for more than deeds, we need a running list of who is offended by what so we can steer clear of landmine nouns, adjectives, and titles. I guess millennials keep a checklist on their phones.
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Article By: Marvin R Clark
Energy stocks led the S&P 500 higher, posting its only positive session of the week. Overall, U.S. stocks closed little changed for the week, with the Dow and S&P posting small gains in the period.
In this article: KR, NKE, TGT, WMT, AMZN, COST, SHLD, WFM, BBRY, GOOGL Read

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Generally, I would only buy high PE stocks that are growing revenue and profitability and whose debt is shrinking or non-existent. On the low PE side, I'd only buy them if either revenue or profitability...

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