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Eagle Weekly Investor: Is This the Time to Invest in Emerging Markets?

 
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Is This the Time to Invest in Emerging Markets?
03/12/2016
 
 
by Nicholas Vardy
While conventional wisdom in the years prior to 2008 indicated that the BRICs -- Brazil, Russia, India and China -- would come to dominate the world economy, things have turned out very differently....
 
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by Doug Fabian
With the S&P 500 above a key level, investors are trying to decide if the market is still in bear mode or not....
 
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When one market-beating analyst recently cautioned that Americans nearing retirement are “facing a 2008-style meltdown” that could wipe out their savings, I was doubtful at first. But then he presented eight disturbing charts that prove…...
 
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by Bryan Perry
While at the World MoneyShow in Orlando, Florida, the workshop sessions that I conducted with the highest attendance were those that dealt with the business of selling covered call options....
 
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by Mark Skousen
Achieving your ultimate goals in life, based on what you are passionate about, is a long-term dream that usually cannot be fulfilled right away. Often you have to take on unpleasant jobs on the way toward achieving your ultimate career....
 
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by Doug Fabian
Technology and commerce in up-and-coming countries are areas just beginning to hit their stride, and the world as a whole is only beginning to realize the full impact of these trends....
 
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by Tim McPartland
Virtually all of the equity markets have bounced back strongly from the rocky 2016 start in January. The S&P 500 was off 10% by February 11th, when the markets bottomed and headed strongly higher....
 
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