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How to Survive the Pre-Currency Collapse World
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Learn the signs of a pre-currency collapse, the causes and what to do in order to be prepared for it and overcome it. [...]
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Pretty Home in Parrish | FSBO Near Florida | Short Sales in Brooksville
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Searching for new homes in Manatee County Florida? Ibuyhouseusafl is the Internet's top resource for finding Pretty home in Parrish and home builders in Florida. [...]
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H.R. 2847 Unemployment
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H. R. 2847 Bill explained, will the U.S. dollar officially collapse and unemployment will increase after HR 2847 Bill is passed on 1st July 2014? HR 2847 Summary. [...]
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Limit Losses, Boost Gains with These Staple ETFs
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As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes, consumer spending is highly correlated with consumer sentiment. When consumers are worried, they spend less; when they're confident, they spend more. As it stands, consumer confidence in the U.S. economy is decreasing, which suggests consumer spending will be in trouble. [...]
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What’s Happening in This Stock Market Reminds Me of 1999…
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Financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac writes, "There is nothing wrong with enjoying this bull market move, but when everyone thinks they are an exceptional trader over a short period of time, this worries me." Why does this worry him? Because it's exactly what happened before the bull market burst in 2009 and it's happening now. [...]
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Retail Sales Decreasing? Not in These Retail Sector Stocks
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, echoing the overall sentiments of the U.S. economy, U.S. retail sector sales fell (apparently) unexpectedly in January by the most since June 2012, as initial claims for jobless benefits rose more than forecast. However, not all retail sector stocks saw a decline; in fact, these stocks saw a decent increase. [...]
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Why I’m Even More Bullish on Gold Bullion Now
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As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar reports, since the beginning of the year, one asset class has shone when compared to the stock market. This asset class is gold bullion and the precious metal's prices are up more than 10%. The stock market, on the other hand, hasn't performed as well. [...]
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Where to Invest When Key Stock Indices Struggle to Climb Higher
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar writes, "Let me begin by saying what I have said many times in these pages before: 2013 was a stellar year for key stock indices, but now they need to breathe a little. The key stock indices may go above their all-time highs made at the end of last year, but the move isn't going to be as robust." Where can investors turn? [...]
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Tesla Soon to Be the Biggest U.S. Automaker?
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As financial analyst George Leong notes, back when he first saw a Tesla car, the stock was $33.00. His 12-year-old son told him to buy some shares, but he didn't. Now, the stock is above $200.00 and the company is fast approaching the title of America's largest automaker by market cap. [...]
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More Economic Indicators Show Next to Nothing Has Changed for U.S. Investors
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot observes, two things have been consistent this winter: bad weather and bad economic news. And both just keep on rolling. With spring just around the corner, the weather will clear up; the U.S. economic news, on the other hand, might not be so lucky.... [...]
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Think BlackBerry Is a Takeover Target? Read This Before Buying
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar recalls a phone conversation he had with his friend "Mr. Speculator" regarding his plans to dive into BlackBerry stock. Based on the sale of WhatsApp to Facebook, Mr. Speculator thinks BlackBerry could see a takeover due to its messaging application. However, as Zulfiqar points out, there's some faulty logic here. [...]
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Top Two ETFs for When Interest Rates Increase, Investor Sentiment Plummets
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Financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac writes as long as the market believes the Federal Reserve will keep interest rates low, investor sentiment will remain bullish. But as soon as interest rates rise, investor sentiment will be hit hard. Here, Cekerevac reveals two ETFs that could help hedge your portfolio against this coming shift in investor sentiment. [...]
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Why Analysts Can’t Just Blame the Weather for Poor Housing Numbers
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, no matter where you turn, bad earnings or economic indicators are being blamed on the cold weather. The most recent industry to use the weather-related get-out-of-jail-free excuse is the housing market. But as Whitefoot points out, analysts have more to blame than winter for the weak housing data. [...]
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Extreme Cold Weather Boosting Profits in This Natural Commodity
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As financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes, for most commodities, if demand increases and supply remains the same (or declines), you have a perfect recipe for higher prices. Since the beginning of the year, this one commodity's prices are up more than 40%! Why? Its supply and demand metrics profit from the unbearable cold. [...]
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This Tech Sector About to See Explosive Growth?
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According to financial analyst George Leong's stock analysis, 3D printers will become a common sight on the desk of many homes. [...]
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How to Profit from the S&P 500—Even if Earnings Disappoint
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Financial analyst John Whitefoot believes investors are losing faith in Wall Street's earnings potential as corporations on the S&P 500 continue to warn us that their earnings are not going to be as great as they had hoped. And it's not as if this is a new phenomenon… [...]
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What Retailers Are Saying That Makes Me Believe Economic Growth Is Slowing
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes that with all sorts of businesses worried in the U.S. economy—things aren't looking good for robust growth. [...]
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As Investors Grow More Skeptical Toward Stocks, Time to Move to Safe Haven ETFs?
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With investor sentiment growing more negative toward stocks, financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar suggests three safe-haven investments that investors may want to consider at this time. [...]
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Homebuilders Starting to Feel the Crunch We’ve Been Predicting for Months
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, if the state of the U.S. housing market is a key indicator on the health of the U.S. economy, things aren't looking great. Against a backdrop of an obviously weak U.S. economy, U.S. housing prices have been rising steadily higher, beyond the reach of affordability for the average American. And things aren't looking good for homebuilders either… [...]
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What to Consider Before Investing in These Two Lesser-Known Precious Metals
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Financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac writes, "I have been in this business a long time, and I believe that the best tactic is to combine as many positive factors as possible in order to have the highest probability of success." Here, he puts that theory to practice on platinum and palladium investments. [...]
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Weak Retail Environment an Investment Opportunity in Cash-Based Businesses?
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Financial analyst John Whitefoot notes that while consumers may be pulling back on spending, they appear to be doing so with their credit cards—cash is used for the majority of transactions and while cash can't grow your portfolio, these cash-based businesses could. [...]
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How to Profit When Consumer Spending Is in Jeopardy
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar notes that consumer spending is critical when it comes to the growth of the U.S. economy. It makes up a significant portion of the U.S. GDP—about 70%. So, if consumer spending declines even by a little, it can really impact the trajectory of the U.S. economy. Well, it looks like that may be happening now… [...]
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Why I Recently Turned Bullish on Gold Mining Stocks
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Financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac explains what it was that recently made him turn quite bullish on gold mining stocks. [...]
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Investment Expenses: Three Ways to Cut Them
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar offers three strategies investors can use to save on their investment fees while investing more in their portfolios and boosting their wealth. [...]
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Now the Perfect Time to Get Back into Oil Stocks?
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, the price of light crude oil recently broke through the $100.00-per-barrel mark for the first time this year. And with the building of pipelines and infrastructure to get the buildup out of Cushing, Whitefoot wonders if now might be the perfect time to jump back into oil stocks. [...]
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Small-Caps with the Biggest Dividends
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After January proved disastrous for the small-cap Russell 2000, which attracted the most selling and was down more than nine percent from its 2013 record-high, concerns surfaced. However, financial analyst George Leong is still bullish on small-cap stocks. [...]
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Where to Find the Best Opportunities in Emerging Markets
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar offers his answers to the questions investors are asking right now, including if emerging market stocks are a good buy at this time, and if the troubles are over in the emerging markets or if there are still more to come. [...]
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Top-Yielding Stocks to Combat Low Interest Rates
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As financial analyst John Whitefoot notes, artificially low interest rates are expected to remain for quite some time—but he has an investment strategy that involves top-yielding stocks to help you combat the effects that this low interest rate environment is having on your retirement portfolio. [...]
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How the Trend Is Changing for Silver
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As financial analyst Sasha Cekerevac notes, one of the interesting things about investors is how so many become complacent over time. When precious metals like silver were rising steadily, more and more people jumped on the bandwagon. But times have changed. [...]
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Two Reasons to Consider Gold Investments Right Now
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Financial analyst Moe Zulfiqar challenges the "wise" words of his good old friend Mr. Speculator, who says that now is the time to invest in stocks, not gold. According to Mr. Speculator, 2014 is going to be a tough year for gold investors—Zulfiqar disagrees. [...]
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