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Eagle Weekly Investor: How Progressive Taxation Destroys Capitalism

 
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How Progressive Taxation Destroys Capitalism
02/27/2016
 
 
by Mark Skousen
Taxes are supposed to be used for public benefit, but there is no guarantee they will be. Taking capital gains away from the productive private sector to feed an unproductive public sector is a big mistake....
 
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by Doug Fabian
In order to get a big return on their investments, exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors can utilize the same set of skills that the elite Navy SEALs employ when engaging terrorists. Read on for this fascinating comparison....
 
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Recently, I was handed a piece of research from a trusted colleague who just spent months compiling multi-sourced data to pinpoint the world’s most powerful “financial forces.” As expected, the U.S. and China rank #1 and #2. But when I read #3, I had to do a double-take....
 
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by Nicholas Vardy
One wouldn't think that a fast food burger (the Big Mac) would be a good measure for the global economy and currency exchange rates. However, because it is sold in countries worldwide, it acts as a surprisingly good indicator of these things....
 
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by Bryan Perry
Stocks with a high dividend yield can ride out the ups and downs in a choppy market. They also tend to gain as the smart money pours into them....
 
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by Chris Versace
Don't think that a low stock price equates to a good entry point. With a little research, reasons for that low price can come to light. Learn more about what to look for....
 
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by Paul Dykewicz
The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had a good understanding of markets and businesses, and that allowed him to play a significant role in de-regulating telecommunications in the 1970s....
 
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